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SC stays coercive action against Congress leader Salman Khurshid in trespass case

The top court also issued notice for exploring the possibility of a mediation between Khurshid and the DPS Society in the 2015 trespass case and listed the matter on January 31, 2020.

published on : 13th December 2019

Traditional Thai massage get UNESCO heritage status

The nuad Thai school, which has trained more than 200,000 massage therapists who practice in 145 countries, first opened in 1962.

published on : 13th December 2019

Schools shut in Uttarakhand due to heavy snowfall, rain

State meteorological department officials said that the weather is expected to remain the same in Uttarakhand for at least the next two days.

published on : 13th December 2019

Marnus Labuschagne stars as Australia all out for 416 against New Zealand

In stifling heat, the home team kept the Kiwis in the field for just a few minutes shy of five full sessions, with the last wicket falling in the final over before the break on day two.

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PNB scam: CBI court refuses to cancel warrant against Mehul Choksi

Choksi had moved the court in June 2018 seeking cancellation of the warrant, issued by the court as he did not respond to the summons and participate in the probe.

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Aviation scam: Lobbyist Deepak Talwar's close aide granted bail by Delhi court

Special Judge Anuradha Shukla Bhardwaj granted relief to the accused, saying she was not the main accused.

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Day before exam, question paper leaked through teachers' Whatsapp group in Tamil Nadu

With the question papers for this exam being prepared at the district level, the School Education Department has initiated an inquiry to find which district the leaked paper is from.

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Infosys says not aware of any fresh class-action lawsuit

According to the law suit, Infosys made false and misleading statements to the market and used improper recognition of revenue to boost short-term profits.

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Tamil Nadu school removes movie poster from wall for 'obscenity'

The chief educational officer was called upon and the poster removed by teachers before the end of the day. The poster showed two actors kissing each other and was remarked upon as ‘obscene’.

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In a bid to ensure safe medical injections, TNMSC rules out use of substandard needles 

Earlier this month, the State Human Rights Commission had issued a notice to the State Health Department and TNMSC over incidents of broken injection needles in government hospitals and PHCs.

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Bill to extend ambit of SC/ST quota cleared

BSP MP SC Mishra talked about reservation in judiciary and sought to know when the Centre plans to have All Indian Judiciary Services on the lines of the civil service.

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TSPSC to appoint 324 Forest Beat Officers 

In 2017, a notification to fill 1,313 positions of FBOs was released by the TSPSC, but only 1,282 candidates got selected for the position. Of this, only 875 candidates joined the services. 

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Andhra Pradesh assembly passes School Education Regulatory Bill

Tabling the Bill, Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh said it aims to bring junior colleges under the ambit of the Monitoring Commission, headed by a retired High Court judge.

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NCS test eludes patients as SCB struggles with shortage of equipment, staff

The Electromyography (EMG) test unit in Neurology department for diagnosis of neuromuscular disease is one such example.

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Administration in Odisha asks schools to keep eye on girls’ ‘red books’

The decision comes after two teenage pregnancies were reported from two sevashram (elementary) schools in the district last week.

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