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Seven killed in Jammu and Kashmir gunfights

Six militants and a 12-year-old boy were killed on Friday in three separate gunfights in Jammu and Kashmir, police said

Pawan Kalyan declares assets worth Rs 52 crore

Telugu actor and Jana Sena leader Pawan Kalyan, who is making his electoral debut in next month's Andhra Pradesh Assembly polls, has declared assets worth over Rs 52 crore.

Two gunfights underway in J&K's Sopore, Shopian

 Two gunfights were underway in Jammu and Kashmir's Sopore and Shopian districts on Friday between militants and security forces, police said.

KMVites Clears Common Proficiency Test

JALANDHAR: Kanya Maha Vidyalaya- the Autonomous & Heritage Institution, Jalandhar, a pioneer institution of women education in North India has been constantly striving for the overall development of its student.

Vet Varsity graduates in high demand as Milkfed recruits 31

LUDHIANA: Milkfed, Punjab has recruited 31 dairy and veterinary students of Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana as Assistant Manager (Management Trainees) in Procurement, Production, Quality Assurance and Animal Husbandry.

JGU launches report on higher education in India

The Jindal Global University (JGU) has launched a report on improving higher education quality in India, a statement from the university said on Wednesday.

Protest shutdown hampers life in Valley

Life across the Kashmir Valley was adversely affected on Wednesday following a shutdown called by separatists to protest against the death of a youth in police custody on Monday.

Lauding San Benito School Dist. for launching yoga

Commending San Benito High School District (SBHSD) in Hollister (California) for offering yoga course starting next Fall, Hindus are urging for launching yoga courses in all the public schools of California.

Transgender Becomes District ICON to mobilise Masses For Voting

NAWANSHAHR: Taking  a leap ahead in awareness activities under Systematic Voter Education and Electoral Participation Programme (SVEEP), district Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar has taken path breaking initiative for roping in transgender voters by designating one of them Preeti Mahant  as District ICON.

Japan to ban parents from physically punishing kids

TOKYO:  The Japanese government on Tuesday approved a plan to revise the child abuse prevention law and institute changes to legally prohibit parents and guardians from physically punishing children.

Teachable Moment for Australia: Hindus welcome return of Perth girl to school with nose stud

Teenager Sanya Singhal, who was expelled from Aranmore Catholic College (ACC) in Leederville (Perth, Australia), for wearing nose stud; has reportedly returned to school after about six weeks complete with her nose stud; and Hindus are calling it a “Teachable Moment” for Australia.

Elementary teachers’ bridge course issue: state govt responsible for the mess: principal Budhram

CHANDIGARH: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has taken a serious view of the uncertainty looming over the fate of thousands of untrained elementary teachers who might face marching orders owing to their failure to undergoing 6-month mandatory Bridge Course. He has squarely held the responsible both the Punjab and union government for the Himalayan botch-up.

An awareness seminar on Swine Flu organizes by Aryans Group

MOHALI: Aryans Institute of Nursing (AIN), Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized an awareness seminar on Swine Flu at its Campus. Dr. Sarabjit Singh, MD Medicine, Simrita Nursing Home, Rajpura; Mrs. Vijay Luxmi, Nursing Tutor, Govt College, Patiala were the Guest speakers on the occasion. Students of GNM, ANM, B. Pharmacy, D. Pharmacy etc attended the seminar. The speakers discussed about the causes, symptoms, preventive measures and cures of Swine Flu.

PM splurges on publicity to hide failures: Mayawati

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati on Saturday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of wasting public money for self promotion.

Rs 210 crore of Army insurance funds sunk in IL&FS bonds

One of the key prongs for the welfare of ex-servicemen -- the Army Group Insurance Fund (AGIF) -- has exposure to toxic IL&FS bonds amounting close to Rs 210 crore. This means that crores worth of insurance premiums, covering all ranks from generals to JCOs and jawans, are at risk of being lost.

Veterinary Varsity confers awards to nine progressive farmers at Pashu Palan Mela

LUDHIANA: Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU), Ludhiana conferred on awards to nine livestock farmers of the state in the 26th Pashu Palan Mela on 15th of March.

Nirvana Digital, surpasses 100 Billion minutes of video viewed/served

MUMBAI: Nirvana Digital, a digital video company has surpassed 100 billion minutes of video served on YouTube. The YouTube Network, digital rights management and digital distribution platform has joined the short list of companies in the world to achieve this coveted milestone.

Dr. Anshu Kataria elected as President of PUCA fourth time in a row

An Annual General meeting of Punjab Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA) was held today to elect the office bearers of PUCA for the 4th Year. Looking at the tremendous efforts being put by the President in last 3 Years, the Governing Body of PUCA unanimously elected Dr. Anshu Kataria as the president for the 4th Consecutive year also. The meeting was attended by various executive members of PUCA.

Best infrastructure + handsome salary =poor performance, says education secretary

Blame the teachers’ union for poor performance by the students of government schools in Chandigarh Mr B.L. Sharma, Secretary Education, Chandigarh said that teachers’ unions were a key reason for the deterioration of education in Chandigarh.

'Gender disparity in education, healthcare in India'

Nearly 54 per cent young women in India are not in education, employment or any kind of training, which is 15 times higher compared to young women and men worldwide, suggesting fewer opportunities for the fairer sex to enter the workforce, finds a Lancet study.


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