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Cities Education HT Lucknow Newspapers Lucknow, July 13 -- SKD Academy felicitated its meritorious students of UP Board, CBSE Board and ISC Board on Sunday. Vijay Bahadur Pal, state minister, secondary education, who was the chief guest, gave ... HT Syndication, 2 weeks ago

Kannauj home to UP's first 100% solar powered villages

CHANDUHAR/FAKIRPUR (Kannauj): The last time a Salman Khan-starrer hit cinema screens across India, two backward villages of Kannauj were also in the grip of the 'Dabangg' fever. Tales of the flashy goggles and big-buckled belts had spread, but the ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Standing their ground: What women in Delhi do to stay safe?

Over two years since the Nirbhaya rape shook the nation women in New Delhi feel no safer than they did before. With safety apps to self-defence classes on the rise, Ritika Bhatia takes a look at what working women in Delhi are doing to keep themselves safe.  An anonymous submission in response to a question I posted on an online gender-based violence forum, asking women about the quality of life in Delhi and the measures to improve it, fetched this reply: "Many young women like ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Standing their ground  Business Standard India1 month ago

Mere naming a person in FIR doesn't prove his involvement in crime : Ram Gopal

position pressure is mounting on the Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to sack a minister who is named in FIR in connection with death of a scribe, Samajwadi Party Government came to the rescue of Ram Murti Singh Verma saying mere naming a person in FIR ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Indian archers pull out after visa snub from USA

INDIA pulled out of the World Youth Archery Championships in protest on Friday after several of its teammembers were denied US visas on the pretext that they may not return to India after the tournament. The event, to be held in Yankton, South ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

BJP demands sacking of min for his words against majority community

Lucknow, June 6 -- UP Minister's suggestions asking students not to recite the word Ram that can ruin their future has irked BJP leaders as they demanded that CM should immediately sack him saying minister's statement was against majority community.
 HT Syndication1 month ago
Indian Express

If you keep on reciting Ram Ram, it will ruin you: UP Minister tells students

Students after receiving laptops from Akhilesh Yadav in Lucknow on Thursday. (Source: Express Photo by Vishal Srivastav ) Uttar Pradesh Minister of State for Secondary Education Vijay Bahadur Pal on Thursday told students that if they recite the ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Reciting 'Ram Ram' will ruin you: UP Minister tells students  Oneindia1 month ago

News Flash: Reliance Retail removes all 11 instant noodle brands from its 2,621 stores

New Delhi, June 5: Get the latest national and international updates here-be it politics, society, humanitarian work or international business, get the breaking news under one roof. 3.15 pm: Reliance Retail removes all 11 instant noodle brands ...
 Oneindia1 month ago

Bar constitutes Coordination, Advisory Committees

Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, May 21: J&K High Court Bar Association in a meeting held under the chairmanship of its president Abhinav Sharma constituted Coordination Committee of various non political organizations. The Coordination Committee ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 months ago
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