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Panel on NEP to submit report by Dec 31: Govt

New Delhi, Dec 10: The committee on country's Draft National Education Policy as well as a Framework for Action (FFA) will submit its report by December 31, the Rajya Sabha was informed today. The government has undertaken a collaborative, ..., 2 months ago

Where BJP, Cong & their maverick kingpins stand

Of the four major states going to the polls in a couple of months — West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam and Kerala — the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP's) chances are brightest in Assam and bleakest in Tamil Nadu. There is a party each in these two ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

Linking NAP, CPEC to NFC Award: Balochistan, Sindh reject proposal

The provinces proposal to include the National Action Plan (NAP) and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in the next National Finance Commission (NFC) Award for allocation of funds is against the constitution, according to private members of ...
 Business Recorder2 weeks ago

Shouldn't be scared from threats to curb voice: Mahesh Bhatt

Bollywood Country Kolkata, Jan 13: With acclaimed filmmaker Shyam Benegal heading a committee set up to revamp the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt believes one shouldn't be scared to exercise his or her freedom ...
 IANS Live4 weeks ago

Harass cry: JU teachers partly guilty

A Jadavpur University committee has found two teachers "partly guilty" in connection with a postgraduate student's complaint that they had harassed and humiliated him because of his physical disability. The report has confirmed the student's ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Centre alarmed by 'slavery' in Bengal

KOLKATA: This year turned out to be one of the worst for West Bengal as far as cases related to missing women and children are concerned. A central government report has identified Bengal with the highest number of cases where the victims were ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

All teams still in the picture

Pakistani fast bowlers Sohail Khan (L) and Mohammad Irfan enjoy a bit of Bengali delicacy during a break from Dhaka Dynamites' practice session at the BCB National Academy Ground in Mirpur yesterday. PHOTO: STAR Sports Reporter Two-thirds of the ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 months ago
DNA India

Filmfare Awards 2016: 8 reasons we hated Bollywood's annual celebration of mediocrity

So the Filmfare Awards are being shown on TV which allows all of us to appreciate just how mediocre Bollywood has become as we check out the denizens of B-town got together to stew in their own mediocrity as an award show as transparent as our legal ...
 DNA India5 days ago

Subhas Chandra Bose: The myths, the distortions and the biases

By Saswati Sarkar, Shanmukh and Dikgaj Editor's note: In its weekend edition that appeared on 30 January, Firstpost carried a lengthy exploration of the meaning Subhas Chandra Bose holds to Indians. Given the polarised views such an inquiry ...
 Firstpost.com6 days ago

A proud moment

History was created on Thursday at the Galle Face Green when the National Anthem was sung in Tamil too at the Independence Day celebrations. It can be described as a golden moment in our march towards lasting peace and reconciliation. While this is ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News6 days ago
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