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Tired public needs Brexit decision: Theresa May

LONDON:  British Prime Minister Theresa May has told the public she is "on their side", laying the blame for the delay to Brexit squarely with MPs.

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.

AAP delegation meets CEO, seeks action against Minister Singla for code of conduct violations

CHANDIGARH: A delegation of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), led by met Leader of Opposition (LoP), Harpal Singh Cheema, met chief electoral officer (CEO) of Punjab and submitted a complaint against sitting Punjab minister Vijay Inder Singla, for alleged indulgence in the model code of conduct to influencing voters of Sangrur Parliamentary Constituency, openly misusing his official position.

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.

49 killed in New Zealand mosques massacre

At least 49 people were killed when gunmen said to be whites opened indiscriminate fire at two mosques in Christchurch city on Friday in what a shocked New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said was a terror attack.

4 held for New Zealand mosques shootings

Four people were arrested on Friday after two gunmen opened fire at two mosques in New Zealand's Christchurch city, with the police saying that there were "multiple fatalities".

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.

Sukhbir Badal announces Bibi Jagir Kaur as SAD candidate from Khadoor Sahib

TARN TARAN: Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal today announced the candidature of Bibi Jagir Kaur from the Khadoor Sahib parliamentary constituency, even as he urged the people to teach a befitting lesson to chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh for taking false oaths on the revered Gutka Sahib.

Top B-Schools in South India for Management Aspirants

The southern region of India is a popular destination for engineering education. However, this region boasts of equally great options providing quality management education, some of them belong to top-rung B-schools of the country such as IIM-Bangalore, the baby IIMs at Vishakhapatnam and Tiruchirappalli, ISB-Hyderabad, Department of Management Studies – IIT Madras, Institute of Financial Management and Research etc. While the majority of these top B-Schools down south are private stand-alone institutes, there are several others that are part of large universities such as SRM University, Manipal Academy for Higher Education, Symbiosis (Deemed) University etc.

Notification issued to regularise services of SSA, RMSA and 5178 teachers: Soni

AMRITSAR: Punjab Education Minister O.P Soni here today informed that as per the decision taken in the recent cabinet meeting notification has been issued to regularise the services of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) ,  Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA)and 5178 teachers and their probation period reduced from 3 years to 2 years has been implemented.

121 detained, 182 madrasas seized in Pakistan crackdown

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday said that law enforcement agencies took 121 people into preventive detention and seized 182 madrasas as part of its continuing crackdown on terror groups.

Disaster management remains priority with Chandigarh administration

CHANDIGARH: Disaster Management may be the last thing in the mind of many States but it seems on the priority agenda of Chandigarh Administration if one goes by the indulgence of the Administration to prepare the people for any natural disasters.  From inclusion of disaster management in education to impart training to teachers to deal with exigencies classified as disaster now will train management committees of government and private schools in the city. 

Transition from Underweight to Obesity in India

Overweight or Obesity is an abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that may impair health. It is measured using the simple screening tool, Body Mass Index (BMI) defined as weight in kilogram divided by square of height in meters of person.

Paris to host 2020 World Rowing Indoor Championships

LAUSANNE: The 2020 World Rowing Indoor Championships is heading to Europe. Paris will host the competition over the weekend of February 7 and 8, 2020.

Soni intercts with students and parents of Indo-Pak border villages

AMRITSAR: Punjab Education Minister O.P. Soni,  alongwith Principal Secretary for Education  Krishan Kumar today conducted surprise visit to Indo-Pak border villages of Amritsar and Tarn Taran and checked the examination Centers.

Talent hunt at Special Needs of Govt. Model Sr. Sec. School, Sector 10

CHANDIGARH: saw hustle-bustle of students from the Children with Special Needs of Govt. Model Sr. Sec. School, Sector 10 (GMSSS-10) as the school organised a State-level Talent Hunt Prize Distribution function to acknowledge and celebrate the inclusiveness in government schools of Chandigarh. The entire event was well thought-out vis-à-vis Samagra Shiksha - an overarching programme for the school education sector prepared with the broader goal of improving school effectiveness measured in terms of equal opportunities to Children with Special Needs and equitable learning outcomes.

J&K parties rise in support of Article 35A

SRINAGAR: All mainstream politicians in Jammu and Kashmir have come out in defence of Article 35A that gives the state legislature powers to define the residents of the state and their privileges.

Center conspiring to rob Punjab of its waters under the garb of punishing Pakistan: Khaira

CHANDGIARH: Sukhpal Singh Khaira MLA and President of Punjabi Ekta Party(PEP) today strongly condemned the  statement of Union Water Resource Minister Nitin Gadkari, saying that water from three rivers of Ravi, Beas and Satluj in Punjab would be diverted to Yamuna river to stop flow of water to Pakistan.

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