#Breaking: Top headlines of India today. Today’s big news 11 February 2022

Top 10 headlines this night

Delhi University: Online examinations will be held in March-April and offline examinations in May

Delhi University campus is being opened for the students. Offline classes are also to be started in every college, although the examinations to be held in the month of March and April in Delhi University will be taken online for the time being. These online examinations will be conducted in Open Book Examination (OBE) mode.

Jamia University: Research on the brain will be possible through yoga, treatment of stress, anxiety and depression is possible

Students from Jamia University will examine brain imaging, brain activity, biochemical and neurophysiological parameters that may predispose to stress, anxiety or depression. They will also provide treatment to deal with these complications. The interesting thing is that this research will be done through yoga.

Chinese PLA prevented Ladakh locals from grazing cattle: BJP leader claims

According to media reports, a former BJP councillor from the Nyoma region, Urgain Chodon, has claimed that the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) entered Indian territory in the Ladakh region last month and stopped the local people from grazing cattle.

Demand for PMK leader Ramdas, fees of private medical colleges should be increased to Rs 13,610 per year

Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) founder S Ramadoss has said that the Tamil Nadu government should immediately issue an order to increase the fees for 50 per cent of seats in private colleges to Rs 13610 per annum so that it becomes at par with government colleges.

The budget aims at sustainable and stable recovery of the economy: Nirmala Sitharaman

During the general discussion on the budget in Rajya Sabha, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that sustainable and stable recovery of the economy is one of its main objectives.

Railways cancelled around 380 trains across the country, 4 reschedules

On Friday, the Railways has cancelled about 380 trains of different zones. These include trains from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra, Punjab, West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh. While about 4 trains have been rescheduled while 6 trains have been diverted.

Supreme Court on petitions challenging Karnataka High Court order on Hijab: ‘Don’t spread these things in a big way’

Chief Justice NV Ramana on Friday asked the counsel for one of the petitioners challenging the interim order of the Karnataka High Court in the hijab case to consider whether it was appropriate to bring the issue to the national level.

UP assembly elections 2022: Minister booked for violating model code of conduct

UP minister and BJP candidate Anand Swaroop Shukla has been booked for violating the model code of conduct, Kovid-19 protocol and prohibitory orders under section 144 in the Bairia assembly seat.

Akhilesh Yadav will build a memorial in memory of the farmers martyred in the farmers’ movement, will give help of Rs 25 lakh

Addressing a public meeting at Bijnor Numaish Ground in Bijnor for the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly election campaign on Thursday, SP National President and former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said that the 700 farmers who were martyred in the movement, his party and the RLD alliance have decided. It has been said that when the government comes, a memorial will be built in the memory of these farmers. An announcement was also made to provide assistance of Rs 25 lakh to the martyr farmer families. Farmers will create Crops Fund to solve the problem of payment of farmers.

Truck Driver Rally completes 14 days

A group of protesters arrived at Ottawa airport on Thursday morning as Canada reached the end of its second week of protests. This information has come out from the reports of international media.

Sewer filth able to absorb Coronavirus RNA in itself: research

Research has revealed that the SARS covid virus may be deposited in sewer filth, whose decomposition could potentially affect the accuracy of wastewater epidemic studies.

Airtel internet services stalled for some time, the company said ‘technical glitch’

Bharti Airtel broadband services experienced a mega outage on Friday as lakhs of students and workers across the country, including Delhi and Mumbai, faced problems due to the internet shutdown. According to the information received, Airtel’s broadband and mobile services were stalled for a few minutes, although after some time the services gradually returned to normal.

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