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#Breaking : Supreme Court says a child cannot be kept in jail, Top 10 headlines

National News

Supreme Court says a child cannot be kept in jail “Even if bail is not granted, the child cannot be kept in jail or police lockup and has to be kept in an observation home or place of safety”, said the Supreme Court, adding that juvenile justice boards are not …

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GOI launched various scholarship schemes for Indian Students for pursuing higher studies abroad

Parliament of India

Government of India has launched various scholarship schemes for Indian Students for pursuing higher studies abroad : HRD Minister New Delhi, 12th February 2020. Government of India is implementing schemes for scholarship/grant for Indian students travelling abroad for higher studies. The information was given by the Union Minister for Human …

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#Breaking : Will work closely with Centre for Delhi: Kejriwal to Modi

National News

WHO launches global research forum against coronavirus A two-day global research and innovation forum led by the World Health Organization (WHO) was launched Tuesday to mobilise international action in response to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Will work closely with Centre for Delhi: Kejriwal to Modi As Prime Minister Narendra Modi …

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#Breaking : China announces reward for undergoing coronavirus test… Top 10 headlines

National News

Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE : Modi Writes to Xi, Offers Condolence and Help as China Toll Mounts to 811. China announces reward for undergoing coronavirus test The Chinese authorities have urged the masses to come forward to undergo coronavirus tests and have also announced a 1,000 yuan (around $143) reward for …

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Socialist Party (India) condemns attempts to disturb the peaceful nature of ongoing anti-CAA movement

Socialist Party (India)

Lucknow, o7th February 2020. Socialist Party (India) condemned attempts to disturb the peaceful nature of ongoing anti-CAA movement. Party Demanded government must take action against all those who have made violent, provocative and misleading statements against the protestors. Party vice president Dr. Sandeep Pandey issued following statement here, “There have …

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Picture of two Elderly Women at Shaheen Bagh, is worth thousand words: Divided by Class and privilege but United by Compassion and Patriotism

Bilkis Dadi meets devki Jian at Shaheen Bagh on 25th January 2020

Human Interest Picture Story  The moment we saw on Facebook on 25 January, 2020 the happy photograph of two elederly women together at the iconic site of women protest against the new Citizenship law, Shaheen Bagh, in south Delhi on the banks  of the river Yamuna, we knew that this …

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Socialist Party (India) condemns government’s insensitivity and insolence towards environment activists like Sadhvi Padmavati

Sadhvi Padmavati and Brahmachari Atmabodhanand

New Delhi, 06th January 2020. Socialist Party (India) condemned government’s insensitivity and insolence towards environment activists like Sadhvi Padmavati, and demands that government meet the conditions put forward by these activists Party vice president Dr. Sandeep Pandey said, “Sadhvi Padmavati, age 23, who has been fasting for over 45 days …

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#Breaking : China bans funerals for coronavirus victims, Top 10 headlines this night

National News

Sonia Gandhi rushed to Ganga Ram Hospital after ‘uneasiness’ Congress’ interim President Sonia Gandhi was on Sunday rushed to the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital New Delhi for a check-up after complaining of “uneasiness”. Owaisi hints at launching ‘jail bharo andolan’ AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi on Sunday hinted at the possibility …

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Budget 2020 : ‘The poets Nirmala Sitharaman did not cite’, Justice katju points out

Justice Markandey Katju

By Justice Markandey Katju (Former Judge, Supreme Court of India) The Union Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, has displayed her fantastic erudition by quoting several poets—Kashmiri poet Dinananath Kaul Nadeem, Tamil poet Thiruvalluvar, Sanskrit poet Kalidas, etc in her recent budget speech. However, I wish she had also quoted the following …

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‘Union Budget 2020-21’ Fails Again to Address the Challenges of School Education

30% of girls from the poorest families never set foot inside a classroom; A Big Barrier for India’s Development : Ambarish Rai, National Convener, RTE Forum

Allocation for Education shows “Government’s Shrinking Responsibility towards School Education and Implementation of RTE Act 2009. ”Only Digitization and online courses do not guarantee quality education, rather it widens the inequality”: Ambarish Rai, National Convener, RTE Forum New Delhi, 1st February, 2020 : “Union Budget 2020-21 again fails to provide …

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#Breaking Coronavirus outbreak live updates, Top 10 headlines this night

Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) advice for the public

Coronavirus outbreak live updates India prepares to airlift first batch of citizens from virus-hit Chinese city. After a person suspected for coronavirus tested negative, another suspected case was admitted to SMS Hospital, here on Wednesday. As Novel Coronavirus spreads rapidly in China and across the world, a lot of photos …

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#Breaking : Coronavirus toll in China reaches 56, Top 10 headlines this night

National News

China begins developing vaccine as coronavirus toll reaches 56 China has started developing a vaccine against the rapidly-spreading deadly novel coronavirus strain that has claimed 56 lives and infected nearly 2,000 people in the country. ‘Coronavirus may have origins in China’s biological warfarelab in Wuhan’ Lethal animal virus epidemic coronavirus, …

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30% of girls from the poorest families never set foot inside a classroom; A Big Barrier for India’s Development : Ambarish Rai, National Convener, RTE Forum

30% of girls from the poorest families never set foot inside a classroom; A Big Barrier for India’s Development : Ambarish Rai, National Convener, RTE Forum

New Delhi, 24th January 2020.  The Right to Education (RTE) Forum, on the occasion of International Day of Education and National Girl Child Day (24th January) during ongoing Global Action Week to Fight Inequality (18th January – 25th January 2020) organized a ‘Discussion on the Status of Girls’ Education in …

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