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Mar 06, 2017
Mandatory Aadhaar for welfare is fine but govt should address privacy, connectivity issues firstThe Aadhaar project has its uses, certainly, but it is time for some stock-taking of its implementation, including concerns about its creep
Nov 27, 2016
Kashmir: Literacy without learning a 'ticking time-bomb', says education min Naeem AkhtarBut Jammu and Kashmir’s education minister Naeem Akhtar was in a feisty mood on Friday evening.
Mar 21, 2016
BJP-RJD lock horns over gifts to MLAs in Patna: CM Nitish suggests scrapping practiceSeeking to embarrass the Nitish Kumar government over non-payment of salaries to lakhs of school teachers, two top state BJP leaders today returned the gifts given to them by the Education Department and others may follow suit.
Jul 18, 2015
Amartya Sen was right and wrong on social sector cuts; the FM needs to explainWas Amartya Sen right to say the NDA has cut primary education, mid-day meals, health and ICDS budgets? He is partly right, but the extent of cuts is not as large in some cases, and some social spending cuts will be made up by states
Jul 09, 2015
The Amartya Sen Guide to passing off petty pique as high principleEven as he leaves Nalanda University, Amartya Sen is leaving a bad taste in the mouth. At 82, he ought to be retiring gracefully, not making a fuss over it by couching it as a fight for academic autonomy.
Mar 20, 2015
Solapur Zilla Parishad ordered to pay Rs 5 lakh for delaying funds for 5-year-old's operationThe Bombay High Court has directed Solapur Zilla Parishad to pay Rs 5 lakhs compensation to a man whose five-year-old daughter died as she could not get medical treatment in time due to delay in release of government funds.
Feb 20, 2015
Budget 2015: Here's how FM Jaitley can get his fund allocation rightThere’s a pressing need to plug the huge infrastructure gap the country faces and it is infrastructure which is going to give the growth engine a big shove.
Dec 19, 2014
Parliamentary panel for syllabus to sensitise students on gender issuesThe committee noted that gender sensitisation is one of the important aspects for attaining the intended objectives of universalisation, inclusion, equity and quality in education for the girl child in the country.
Nov 26, 2014
25 lakh children with special needs enrolled in schools: Smriti IraniA total of 25.03 lakh Children With Special Needs (CWSN) have been enrolled in schools across the country this year and 2.06 lakh such kids are being covered through home based education.
Nov 19, 2014
Govt pushes fiscal federalism: funds for schemes like NREGA to come without ridersThe Modi govt is expected to transfer funds for centrally-sponsored schemes like NREGA to states without attaching too many riders to them. States will get more fiscal freedom on these schemes