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Daily Archive: February 11, 2018
Panaji, Feb 11 (PTI) There are an estimated four crore street children in India, and a separate ministry for children and a special cell for street children were among the recommendations of participants at the ‘Difficult Dialogues’ conference on gender currently on here.
Surina Narula, CEO of Difficult Dialogues, said the definition of street children was “street connected’ and need not be homeless and orphans.
A fresh weather warning has been issued in Kashmir valley, where moderate to heavy rain and snow is expected to occur at many areas in Kashmir valley from Sunday night under the influence of a fresh Western Disturbance (WD).
After more than 10 lakh students skipped the 2018 Class X and Class XII board exams that commenced on February 6 in Uttar Pradesh, the state chief minister Yogi Adityanath stressed the need to think of “further simplifying” the examinations. Earlier, to keep a check on fraudulent practices in examinations
The Union Government has decided to connect all schools in India with “digital boards” and has been pushing the scheme at 25 Kendriya Vidyalayas under a pilot project, Union minister Upendra Kushwaha has said.
“Tablets have been provided to the 25 schools where the project has been launched under Operation Digital Blackboard,” the minister of state for human resource development said.
During the initial phase, schools will be equipped with “smart boards” and the Central Advisory Board of Education has given its approval for it during a recent meeting, he said.
New Delhi: Popular chef Sanjeev Kapoor says he feels honoured and privileged to cook for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on an invitation from the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Mohamed bin Zayed.
Kapoor on Sunday shared a series of photographs along with Modi and captioned it: “Absolute honour and privilege to cook for our Narendra Modi on invitation from Crown Prince of UAE. My respect for both these great leaders grows more and more.”
Shimla, Feb 11 (PTI) The high altitude areas of Himachal Pradesh received mild snowfall today while strong icy winds swept the region.
The Met office here has warned of heavy rains or snow at isolated places in mid and higher hills tomorrow. It has predicted rainfall and snow in the region over next six days barring February 16 as a western disturbance lies over the Himalayan region.
Mathura: Second paper of intermediate exams scheduled for tomorrow leaked from Shri Giriraj Baba Saraswati Vidyalaya in Shahpur Chainpur.
Mathura: Second paper of intermediate exams scheduled for tomorrow leaked from Shri Giriraj Baba Saraswati Vidyalaya in Shahpur Chainpur. FIR registered against school principal
#Delhi A 50-year old man attempted suicide at Janakpuri east metro station, shifted to Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital in critical condition, suicide note recovered