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How Delhi's youngsters remain hooked to the old-world spirit o...

W ooh kata or charkhi pakad jaldi, charkhi or taan daal patang main , are some of the expressions of one hears a lot while walking around the streets of Delhi on 15August. They resonate around the capital as people take to their terraces with ... Sunday Guardian Live, 1 week ago
Hindu Business Line

Young panchayat women step up to the challenge

In Rajasthan villages, toilet construction gets an added fillip Chandni Meena walks fast as she enters house after house to show us their recently constructed toilets. Every kuccha and big house alike in her village, Nangal Sustavataan, in Amber ...
 Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago

NCC Air Wing camp underway

National Cadet Corps Air Wing Camp for the North Eastern Region states got underway at Nagaland Police Central School Chumukedima from July 14 to 23 under 1 Nagaland Air Squadron NCC (Flying) Purana Bazar, Dimapur. 500 Cadets of NCC Air Wing of ...
 Nagaland Post1 month ago
Indiatimes

Before Hitting The Skies, India's First Women Air Force Fighter Pilots Reveal Their Hopes, Challenges And Journey

Days before getting commissioned in the Indian Air Force (IAF) as India's first women fighter pilots, Flying Cadets Bhawana Kanth, Avani Chaturvedi and Mohana Singh spoke on the lives they have led, the training and their aspirations. ...
 Indiatimes2 months ago India's first women fighter pilots reveal all before their commissioning  Times of India2 months ago Before Hitting The Skies Indias First Women Air Force Fighter Pilots Reveal Their Hopes Challenges And Journey  Indiatimes2 months ago Timeline: Nearly 30 Indian military aircraft crashed in the past five years  New Indian Express1 month ago
Times of India

Manohar Parrikar open to an all-women battalion in Army

NEW DELHI: From deploying them on warships to allowing them into the tri-service National Defence Academy (NDA) after school, defence minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday mooted the idea of having an all-women battalion in the Army after prevailing ...
 Times of India1 month ago
SP's Aviation

IAF's women fighter pilots: Mohana continues flying legacy (Part-III)

Bengaluru, June 15: For Flight Cadet Mohana Singh, the inspiration to join the Indian Air Force ( IAF ) came from her family. Her father is serving the IAF now and her grandfather was a Flight Gunner in Aviation Research Centre. Mohana's mother is ...
 Oneindia2 months ago Reaching for the sky: Meet India's women fighter pilots  Hindustan Times2 months ago Three women fighter pilots of IAF to create history on June 18, 2016  SP's Aviation2 months ago Meet Bhawana, Avani, Mohana: India's First Women Fighter Pilots  News18.com2 months ago
India Today

International Yoga Day: From Kashmir to Kerala, India does asanas in tandem with PM Modi

Mass yoga events were held in schools, public places, lawns of residential localities and office complexes across thousands of Indian villages, cities, and towns PM Narendra Modi performing yoga. Briefcase The world celebrated International ...
 India Today2 months ago Yoga Links Kashmir to Kerala  Asian Lite2 months ago Millions of Indians Participate in Yoga Day With Prime Minister Modi: Faridabad Sets New World Record  India-West2 months ago Yoga Day: From Kashmir to Kerala, people do asanas in tandem with PM  Yahoo! India2 months ago
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Students wont learn anything without the pass or fail education system

Should primary school students be subjected to the ignominy of failing their exams? The contentious question is back in the discussion after the Subramanian Committee recently submitted its education policy report. The five-member panel, headed by former ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
ICRISAT

Eat millets, pay less, stay healthier, save earth

Originally published in India Climate Dialogue byJency Samuel Demand is slowly increasing for various types of millets that require very little water to grow. Scientists say that millet cultivation needs to be further encouraged to adapt to ...
 ICRISAT12 hours ago

We Accompanied The BSF On Their Night Patrol At The Indo-Bangladesh Border & Here's What We Learnt

It's 5.30 pm, Constable Puraram Beniwal is out in his camouflage. He's armed with an SLR rifle, a high capacity flashlight, a radio set and a simple camouflage string bag slung over his shoulder. He walks out of the Mantrichar post at 6, a part of a ...
 Indiatimes1 day ago
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