Learning

A 19-year-old college student is teaching migrant Hindu children from across the border, living in a makeshift camp.

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NDA 2.0

In the second of the series, The Sunday Standard asks six ministers four questions as NDA government completes two years.

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ACTION

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) has decided to issue communications to help Parent-Teacher Associations take on errant institutions.

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Green wars
Jual Oram,Union Minister for Tribal Affairs has been fighting against an order giving state powers over forests.

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Justice
Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman has delivered 253 judgements at a time when judiciary is under huge pressure of pendency.

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Results
This year girls have outclassed boys in the class X Exams.

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AAI
Telangana Chief Minister plans to unfurl India’s largest national flag on the country’s tallest flagpole .

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GRACE MARKS
According to CBSE sources, average scores in mathematics have not really gone down,affecting cut-off marks in colleges.

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ASI
In the initial phase, five national monuments have been chosen for enhanced facilities.

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Probe
The commission aim is to receive unheeded complaints of crime against women and suggest actions to the Delhi government.

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policy
In a recent order,Parrikar has not only given protection to a whistleblower, but also ordered action against officials .

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Power
Assassinations and alliances mark the beginning of power play when outsiders matter.

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Neglect
NDMC runs 14 community centres under Palika Dhams in Lutyens’ Delhi to promote sports and community activities.

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Subsidies
The government has admitted to loopholes in the system of subsidies.

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Electronic Eye
1,903 of the 4,074 CCTV cameras across Delhi are on the blink.

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The food and lifestyle hub pays tribute to the heritage market with its looks and name.

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The film looks at the premise of being homeless.

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MUSIC
Their new album is under way and it’s a project both artistes are really upbeat about.

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STRINGS
Apart from being a Hindustani classical vocalist, Nagar has also been training as a tabla player.

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THREAT
As cops fail to hunt down 17,000 absconders, an unknown threat looms large on every street of Delhi .

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The former Delhi CM’s first outing on Saturday has brought her back into the political discourse.

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Weekly update
The week that was

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Sketch
On the NDA’s second anniversary, the party is using merciless satire to mock the UPA.

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MUSIC
Their new album is under way and it’s a project both artistes are really upbeat about.

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Fine Dine
Dhariwal’s new restaurant sets out to create the mood of a South-east Asian street market.

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Legal Battles
According to legal experts, there are inconsequential reasons too cited in divorce petitions these days.

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Welfare Schemes
The government has set an ambitious set of new goals by December 2018.

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Yoga Day
According to sources, the prime minister, along with 20 participants, will do yoga on the main stage.

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AGE
Achuthanandan posted on his Facebook page that he would continue with his uncompromising battles

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LTTE
Karuna’s defection had a great bearing on the outcome of Eelam War IV.

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Maternal Health
Through this move, Apollo Hospitals has pledged support with 9,000 doctors across its 64 hospitals.

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LIONESS'S DEN
A drunk man’s misadventure of entering the enclosure of African lions caused a flutter and landed him in police custody.

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match
Organised by and played at The Gateway Resort, Damdama Lake, it proved to be a successful team-building activitY.

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Gender Awareness
The need for Delhi City at the moment.

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Remodel
Connaught Place has got dime-a-dozen food joints and competition is fierce among them.

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Tax Evation
Though the NDMC lease for more than 26 big institutions has expired, they continue to occupy the premises.

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Modi
In a first of a series, The Sunday Standard asks six ministers four questions in exclusive interviews.

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Tamil Nadu
Four party leaders file nominations for biennial elections to the Rajya Sabha; Assembly election affect DMK’s prospects.

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Heat
Heat-related diseases plague Delhi hospitals as power outages and water shortage increase.

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BJP
The much talked-about reshuffle may take place around May 26 when the Modi government completes two years in power.

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Hiking
Radhika, 36, became the first woman police officer from South India to climb the highest peak in the world.

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WFI
The wrestlers who have grabbed quotas for Rio are currently training in Sonepat, and will head to Poland.

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TN Polls
With their parties performing poorly in the elections, the road ahead is full of hurdles for many political leaders.

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Women Safety
141 crore has been alloted to install panic buttons and CCTV cameras in around 10,000 public buses in the capital.

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Stray-dogs
A six-year-old was hospitalised last week after being bitten around 50 times by more than 10 stray dogs in Bengaluru.

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DU
The Delhi Ridge is divided into four zones where Northern Ridge, near DU, is the smallest.

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DMDK
The leaders of the constituent parties are unable to guarantee that they would stick together either.

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CBSE
The topper from Montfort School, Ashok Vihar, fell short of just three marks of the grand total of 500.

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UIDAI
Government’s cost-effective bid for identity authentication via cellphones raises serious security concerns.

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ART
Crayon Art Gallery & The Claridges have launched an all-new season of art showcasing leading contemporary artists.

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Pinarayi
From a stubborn little boy to the Kerala CPI(M) chief, Pinarayi Vijayan now turns CM.

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AI
Air India’s CMD Ashwini Lohani believes that using the words ‘Jai Hind’ by captains can make a tremendous impact.

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Army
The justice, though much delayed, wasn’t denied and on April 27, the apex court ordered in his favour.

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Chopper Scam
The AgustaWestland deal has brought India’s defence preparedness to a standstill.

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SAD
Punjab has been adjudged the best state for setting up business by the World Bank.

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HRD
18,839 recognised teacher educational institutes are in India with an annual intake of 14,31,362 students.

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Monks
This is the first time that the 17th century Tawang Monastery’s abbot will not be appointed by a Dalai Lama.

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Nirankari
Since the formation of the Sant Nirankari Mission, this will be the first time that a woman will be heading the sect.

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AIFF
One club that has already thrown its weight behind AIFF’s proposal are current I-League champions Bengaluru FC.

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Kabadi
His tackles have attained legendary status among Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) followers, and raiders fear the sight of him.

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AAP
Going back on Kejriwal's high octane agenda, one lakh contractual employees in the Delhi government are being sacked.

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Hardy Sandhu
Born as Hardevinder Singh Sandhu, it was during his coaching days that his name was shortened to Hardy Sandhu.

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WFI
The sports minister washed his hands off, bringing in the autonomy of the federation.

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Dance
Of all the blessings she feels gratitude for, the one she’s most thankful for is the one that got her closer to dance.

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Food
Be it fash-frat, models, socialites and hardcore foodies, everyone was spotted there, enjoying great food and drinks.

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Judicial Murder
Panipat-based lawyer Momin Malik is writing a book titled Judicial Murder of Bhagat Singh.

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