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School celebrates Diwali with orphanage children

Bengaluru: With more and more people preferring to lace their Deepawali celebrations with social concerns, an east Bengaluru school got its students to celebrate the festival of lights with ...Read More...

Salesian college finds research partners to educate disadvantaged youth

Siliguri – A college in North Bengal has partnered with five other colleges and universities in three neighboring countries to research on higher education for disadvantaged youth. The three-year ...Read More...

Class 10 board exams likely to return from 2018

The government is set to announce the reintroduction of the Class 10 board exam for students affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), India’s largest national school ...Read More...

Bangalore University offers free higher education to orphans

BENGALURU: In a first in the state, the Bangalore University (BU) has launched a student adoption scheme, offering free education and boarding facilities to orphan students for two programmes—postgraduation ...Read More...

Student leads inter-college ethical hacking workshop

Guwahati – A cyber security expert B. Tech student teamed up with a cyber security analyst to conduct a two day workshop on ethical hacking, 15-16 October. The department ...Read More...

Army officer’s remains brought back from Nagaland after 24 years

Chakabama:Twenty-four years after he lost his life fighting insurgents in Nagaland, Second Lt E Thomas Joseph’s mortal remains were brought to his home town of Kanjiramatttom and laid to ...Read More...

Teenage girl dies after Jain fasting

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Indian-origin American masterminded Mira Road call centre scam

1.2 million Americans called up, and 6,400 cheated, of a total of Rs. 3.6 crore – the largest scam in the history of US’ Internal Revenue Services (IRS), as ...Read More...

Night raids send Kashmir youth into hiding

Srinagar : By day, the Kashmir Valley is in the grip of an uneasy calm. But at night, raids by security forces looking for youths supporting the militant cause ...Read More...

Message of peace: Pak women team in India ‘surprised’ by hospitality

Chandigarh: When Resham Sitara’s family and friends learnt she was to be part of a team going to India, they got scared. “So much so, they said, ‘we won’t ...Read More...
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