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Authority meant to hear complaints about overcharging schools ...

As the clamour rises against private schools charging excess fees, the District level Education Regulating Authority (DERA), which has the authority to hear such complaints, has not been able to address the issue for want of reform. The authority in Bengaluru ... Deccan Herald, 1 week ago

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Should Aadhaar card be linked with midday meal?

Effective July 1, 2017, a student without the Aadhaar ID would not be fed the midday meal given free in school. The Supreme Court has clearly prohibited the mandatory usage of the Aadhaar for government incentives. The idea of a midday meal is to ensure basic nutrition to schoolchildren. Corruption in the scheme may have nothing to do with fake children being shown to siphon out money, says Somasekhar Sundaresan. A new storm is brewing. After demonetisation, it is the backdoor enforcement of ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

US wants PhDs and not mid-level workers under H-1B: Senator

H-1B work visa and employment- based green card categories, popular among Indian-Americans, are often not consistent with their purposes as they do not bring in PhDs and computer scientists but only mid-level data management workers, a top Senator has said.
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Up to a year in jail for failure to remunerate unaided teachers

Thiruvananthapuram: Unaided school managements that refuse to remunerate teachers according to the minimum wage set by the Government may soon have to face up to Rs. 25,000 and a year of imprisonment. The bill, expected to be presented before the upcoming ...
 Mathrubhumi1 week ago
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Students, this is the best time to go to the US

With the government trying to push out the big guns of the H1B race (immigration-dependent companies such as TCS, Infosys, etc), students will have more H1Bs to count on after they graduate. Start-ups getting 20 per cent of the H1B allocation will also be helpful. Salaries will also be higher in the days to come. In the recent years an increasing number of bright students from India are travelling to the US to pursue their graduation. Take for example the case of Brown University, Rhode Island ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Lt. Umar Fayaz's death may be a turning point in Kashmir

'In times to come this will be considered a watershed event, but only if the establishment can see the flag which is up and the straws in the wind which are flying,' says Lieutenant General Syed Ata Hasnain (retd). The deep anguish with which India received the news of the killing of young Lieutenant Umar Fayaz, of the 2 Rajputana Rifles at the hands of South Kashmir's terror groups is reflective of the love Indians have for those in Kashmir who continue to associate themselves with their ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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US teacher rips off 8-year-old girl's hijab, fired

A teacher at a US school has been fired after he allegedly ripped the hijab off an 8-year-old girls head for "misbehaving" in class. Oghenetega Edah, 31, demanded that the girl at the Bennington School, Bronx, take off her religious scarf, police said. The ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago United States: Teacher rips hijab off 8-year-old girl's head for 'misbehaving', fired  DNA1 week ago

Children should be taught to respect men, women equally: SC judge

Children should be taught to respect women the same way they respect men, the Supreme Courts lone woman judge R Banumathi has said while stressing that gender equality should be made a part of school curriculum. Justice Banumathi, in her separate but ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

'Legislative change needed in wage structure to prevent H-1B abuse'

The US Labour Department has said a legislative change is required in the four-tiered wage structure to take stronger action against firms using H-1B visas to replace their American employees with workers from countries like India. "Absent a legislative ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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The rise of Hindutva 2.0

The Modi-Shah definition of secularism is: India is a confident, resurgent Hindu, and therefore secular, country, says Shekhar Gupta. If political history could be divided into epochs, Indira Gandhi's began in 1969, when she split the Congress, and ended in 1989, when Rajiv Gandhi lost power. Two rising, political forces made this happen: Mandir and Mandal. The Congress never quite recovered its elan, despite 15 years of power subsequently (one term under P V Narasimha Rao and two under Sonia ...
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