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Workshop focuses on inclusive education

The Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI) has a programme called 'Teachers Education for Persons with Special Education Needs' (TEPSE) in universities across the country. Times of India, 2 months ago
Special education paper in BEd, MEd Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago

Remove leper from the book, says law panel

The Rehabilitation Council of India Act and the Persons with Disabilities Act do not include all
 INooz1 month ago
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Now, IIT-Kharagpur offers a 'Make in India' course

A course on 'land acquisition, rehabilitation and environmental clearance of projects' is also being offered by the institute. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ campaign has found a taker in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Kharagpur. During July 11-17, the institute will offer a course on ‘industrial relations and Make in India: emerging trends’. The course will focus on changes to the Industrial Disputes Act to make the PM’s pet campaign a ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Opt Jersey cows instead of Desi breed:AIMC

With the bill banning the cow slaughter in Maharashtra, the All India Milli Council, a Muslim organisation on Thursday came with a proposal to encourage slaughter of Jersey cows instead of slaughter of Indian cows and bulls to help those rendered ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago Using Hindu card in Kashmir  Arab News2 weeks ago Hit by Hindu nationalist beef ban, Muslim butchers in India eye Jersey cows  Reuters1 month ago Hit by beef ban in Maharashtra, butchers eye Jersey cows  Financial Express1 month ago
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Electro Scan Joins Global Water Council

Electro Scan Inc. (BusinessWire India) Business Wire India Electro Scan Inc., a global leader in the leak detection and pipe certification market, today announced that it has joined The Global Water Council. Based in Milwaukee, Wis., The Global ...
 BizWire Express1 month ago

19 families allotted houses for agreeing to move out

Guwahati, May 28 (PTI) Nineteen families have been allotted houses by Wildlife Trust of India for voluntarily agreeing to relocate to clear a corridor for elephant movement in Assam. The families of Ram Terang village of Karbi Anglong district were ...
 Press Trust of India20 hours ago India, Mongolia ink 13 agreements  Sify1 week ago Air services agreement among 13 inked by India, Mongolia  ProKerala.com1 week ago
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Kathmandu Post

Pancheshwor project slows to crawl after initial burst

KATHMANDU, MAY 27 - When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced during his visit to Nepal in August last year that the much delayed Pancheshwor Multipurpose Project would move ahead within a year, the atmosphere had turned jubilant. The ...
 Kathmandu Post1 day ago Modi's China visit no great success - No Beijing commitment on key Indian aspirations -  People's Review Nepal1 week ago Chanakya vs Confucius  Asian Age2 weeks ago Here is how Modi govt performed in one year; you can rate the ministries  Indian Express3 days ago

Polit Bureau Communique

The Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) met on May 16 & 17, 2015 at New Delhi. It has issued the following statement: THE Polit Bureau noted the three trends, being pursued by the BJP government, that the Party had noted at its ...
 Peoples Democracy.in1 day ago

Only 200 audiologists left in city because of low pay: Association

Audiologists, who deal with hearing problems, barely earn Rs 15,000 a month in India compared to $5,000 abroad, says Indian Speech and Hearing Association. The city is facing a severe shortage of audiologists (medical practitioners who treat those ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 days ago
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Modi@1: Some positive steps, long way to go

It has been said that by 2025, India could become among the top five economies in the world. If India does become a $5 trillion economy but gets all its rivers polluted, food chain poisoned and genetic pool depleted and biometric database of Indians sold or stolen at the behest of commercial czars, will it not be a pyrrhic economic victory, asks Gopal Krishna. It’s a one-year-old infant. It has taken few perfect steps, has faltered on some but is yet to take several required steps to ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
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