Coronavirus is airborne: Wear mask, stay away from crowded indoor spaces, and other things to keep in mind
Experts are saying infected people are releasing aerosols when they cough and sneeze and also when they breathe, talk or sing, with some exertion.
COVID-19 lockdown in India extended till 31 May; schools, colleges to remain shut; inter-state travel allowed if both govts agree
The Centre allowed inter- and intra-state movement of public vehicles with conditions and reopening of all shops except those in malls and COVID-19 containment zones
Daily Bulletin: Jammu and Kashmir opens up to tourists after 2-month-long restrictions; Karnataka Assembly session begins today; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Karnataka Assembly session to commence from today; opposition likely to corner BJP over flood relief; Rahul Gandhi to appear in Surat Court in defamation case today; and more
Day 66 after Article 370 revocation in Kashmir: State administration reopens colleges in Valley but students stay away
On Wednesday, the 66th-day shutdown, normal life continued to remain disrupted across Kashmir
Prakash Javadekar says 10% quota for economically weaker in general category to be implemented from 2019 academic year
The 10 percent quota is meant for individuals belonging to economically weaker sections whose parental annual earning is not more than Rs 8 lakh and possess less than five acres of agriculture land.
Parx Hunt for India's best college bands launches 2018 edition; finalists to be mentored by leading musicians
The Parx Hunt — India's Best College Bands will be divided across four zones (North, South, East, West), with the top-ranked band from each segment competing in a grand finale in the presence of actor-musician and former VJ Luke Kenny.
Delhi University 2018 admissions: Over 26,000 students secure admission after release of second cut-off list
Delhi University's admissions tally crossed the 25,000 mark on the last day of admissions on Wednesday after the second cut-off lists were released
Heavy rain lashes Karnataka: Schools and colleges shut in Kodagu, Chikkamagaluru districts; bus services hit
Schools and colleges were shut on Tuesday due to heavy rainfall in Kodagu and Chikkamagaluru districts in Karnataka.
Health ministry bans 86 medical colleges from accepting fresh batch of students; plan to open 68 new colleges also shelved
The Union health ministry has banned 82 medical colleges, 70 private and 12 government, from accepting students for the academic session 2018-19
Vasundhara Raje rolls back mandatory uniforms in Rajasthan colleges, cites student unhappiness as reason
Overruling a direction by her government to introduce uniforms in government colleges, Vasundhara Raje has directed that the uniforms will be voluntary.
BJP has good chances in Christian-majority Meghalaya, provided party maintains development as poll agenda
Thanks to Congress, BJP and other opposition parties, have no dearth of development issues to contest the elections in Meghalaya
US Republicans barrel toward sweeping tax reforms as students take out protests to keep tuition waivers tax-free
Graduate students around the U.S. are staging campus walk-outs and lobbying Congress in an effort to keep their tuition waivers tax-free.
NGT order to install rainwater harvesting plants in Delhi schools, colleges welcomed; but raises concerns over deadline, safety
NGT's order to install rainwater harvesting systems in all Delhi schools and colleges is being received well by the educational institutions.
Heavy rains continued to batter Kerala causing widespread damage and waterlogging with the government announcing a holiday on Monday in educational institutes.
Vande Mataram must be played in all Tamil Nadu schools, govt offices, private firms, says Madras High Court
The Madras High Court on Tuesday made it compulsory for all schools, colleges and universities at least once a week, preferably on Monday or Friday.
St Stephen's announces first cut-off list 2017: 98.5% for English, Economics; 97.75% for History and 70 for Sanskrit
As the date for the first cut-off for undergraduate (merit-based) courses has been postponed to 24 June, Delhi University's St Stephen's released its first cut off list for commerce, science and humanities students.
CBSE Board Class 12 Results 2017: Students concerned as above average results lead to soaring cut-offs
The CBSE results were announced on Sunday, with the highest being 99.6 percent. According to The Indian Express, there has been an increase of 7.3 percent in the number of students scoring 95 percent and above — from 9,351 last year to 10,091 this year.
Devendra Fadnavis advocates revision of teaching syllabus every five years
Students would be issued rechargeable prepaid cards to pay for their on-campus activities including canteen transactions.
Mobile payment and e-commerce platform Paytm on Monday announced that it is setting up awareness camps in every district to help the country go cashless.