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TMC trying to 'subvert federal structure', accuses BJP

Updated : Dec 08, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Politics

TMC trying to 'subvert federal structure', accuses BJP

BJP accused the TMC government of trying to "subvert federal structure" of the country after VCs of state universities were barred from attending a video-conference by HRD minister. #India #Trinamool #BJP #NewsTracker #West Bengal #Education #TMC #HRD Ministry
Principals of Delhi govt-run schools can appoint retired teachers: Manish Sisodia

Updated : Dec 07, 2016

By : PTI

Category : India

Principals of Delhi govt-run schools can appoint retired teachers: Manish Sisodia

Principals of Delhi government-run schools can appoint retired teachers in case of "shortage" of teaching staff in their institutes. #India #NewsTracker #Education #Manish Sisodia #Schools #Teachers #Delhi deputy chief minister
#TransformingLives: Watch how this school in Dharavi got a colourful makeover

Updated : Dec 05, 2016

By : FP Staff

Category : Life

#TransformingLives: Watch how this school in Dharavi got a colourful makeover

Watch the story of how the one-in-shambles C Survey School in Dharavi got a bright makeover from an artist in Goa, in this Slice of Life documentary #India #Education #art #Dharavi #documentary #Murals #Nerolac #initiative #short film #Paints #social cause #public art #Slice Of Life #art for a social cause #BMC school
Maoists shunning violence and joining mainstream society: Chhattisgarh education minister

Updated : Dec 03, 2016

By : PTI

Category : India

Maoists shunning violence and joining mainstream society: Chhattisgarh education minister

Chhattisgarh government's efforts to make Maoists shun violence and join the mainstream of society are yielding positive results with several ultras laying down arms, Chhattisgarh School Education Minister Kedarnath Kashyap said on Saturday. #Maoists #Education #Chhattisgarh government #Tribal community #Kedarnath Kashyap #Raman Singh government
Delhi University adopts UGC amendments; teachers say it can lead to job loss

Updated : Nov 30, 2016

By : PTI

Category : India

Delhi University adopts UGC amendments; teachers say it can lead to job loss

Delhi University adopted recent UGC amendments, which teachers claim can lead to around 4,000 temporary teachers losing their jobs due to changed workload. #India #Delhi #NewsTracker #Education #Delhi University #students #University Grants Commission #Teachers #DU #UGC
Four still hospitalized in Ohio State attack; terror link probed | Reuters

Updated : Nov 29, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Four still hospitalized in Ohio State attack; terror link probed | Reuters

Four people remained hospitalized in fair condition on Tuesday after a car and knife attack by an Ohio State University student that was being investigated as a possible terror attack, officials said.The student, Somali immigrant Abdul Razak Ali Artan, drove a car into a group of people on Monday morning at the school's Columbus campus, then stabbed several others with a butcher knife before he was shot and killed by a police officer, authorities said.A U.S. official, who asked not to be named because of an ongoing investigation, told Reuters that U.S. #Middle East #science #Education #markets #Entertainment #lifestyle #university
Trump agrees to pay $25 million to settle Trump University lawsuits | Reuters

Updated : Nov 19, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Trump agrees to pay $25 million to settle Trump University lawsuits | Reuters

By Karen Freifeld and Dan Levine | NEW YORK/SAN DIEGO NEW YORK/SAN DIEGO Donald Trump agreed on Friday to pay $25 million to settle fraud lawsuits over his Trump University real estate seminars, in what New York's attorney general called a "stunning reversal" for the U.S. president-elect.The lawsuits had dogged Trump, who denied any wrongdoing, throughout his campaign #India #Middle East #Education #markets #Crime #Entertainment
Trump leans toward loyalists as he mulls U.S. Cabinet picks | Reuters

Updated : Nov 16, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Trump leans toward loyalists as he mulls U.S. Cabinet picks | Reuters

By Steve Holland and Ayesha Rascoe | WASHINGTON WASHINGTON President-elect Donald Trump jettisoned a respected national security expert from his transition team on Tuesday in a sign that he may be settling on loyalists such as former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and conservative ideologues such as former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton to staff his administration.Mike Rogers, a former U.S. #India #Barack Obama #Education #Iraq #Foreign policy #lifestyle
Blood, dirt and bombs: Battle for Mosul is fierce urban war | Reuters

Updated : Nov 04, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Blood, dirt and bombs: Battle for Mosul is fierce urban war | Reuters

By Michael Georgy | MOSUL, Iraq MOSUL, Iraq As Iraqi troops battled to gain ground a few streets away, soldiers in the Mosul district of Intisar wrapped a wounded and bloodied colleague in a blanket, lifted him off his Humvee, and sped him away from the frontlines for treatment.Heavy shooting and mortar fire shook the neighbourhood, which the soldiers were trying to recapture from Islamic State militants who have held Mosul for more than two years.Fighting their way into the city this week, soldiers have gained a foothold in the eastern districts. A trip to the battlefront by Reuters journalists, one of the first visits into Mosul itself, showed the scale of the battle they face.The thud of explosions boomed across the city streets and black smoke rose from an area about five blocks away. Many buildings were covered in a layer of black soot and one yellow house had a hole blown into it #India #Environment #Middle East #science #Europe #Education #crisis
Teachers take a selfie: Maharashtra govt to adopt new method to check school dropout rate

Updated : Nov 04, 2016

By : FP Staff

Category : India

Teachers take a selfie: Maharashtra govt to adopt new method to check school dropout rate

To keep a check on the rising number of dropouts from state-run schools, the Maharashtra government has decided to go the 'selfie' route. #India #NewsTracker #Mumbai #Education #Aadhaar #Maharashtra #SARAL #Selfie #MHRD #Maharashtra Education Department