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Free rural internet services for six months

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Free rural internet services for six months

Under Digital India, free broadband internet service will be provided for initial six months by India net to the villagers of 1,00,000 (one lakh) gram panchayats of the country in which the 6,105 gram panchayats of Bihar are also included. After that 4 big companies of telecom sector- Vodafone, Airtel, Jio and BSNL will provide  […]

Indian students attacked in Italy

Indian students attacked in Italy

The Indian Consulate in Milan has said ‘Indian students have been assaulted in a string of incidents in northern Italy’. The Consulate General of India in Milan on Monday, 30th October issued an advisory  to Indian students studying in the main city of Lombardy Region of Italy, asking them not to panic. The advisory was issued […]

Long way to go for dignified life

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Long way to go for dignified life

Indian culture and tradition is considered old and great all over the world where people worship various female goddesses like Durga, Laxmi, Saraswati and Kali. On the other hand in the ground realities taking birth as a woman in the Indian society can be said as curse for them. Women in India face lots of […]

Are we in a confined democracy?

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Are we in a confined democracy?

From our school days we were told that democracy is a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the hands of people and exercise by them or by their representatives under a free electoral system. But after coming into a practical world; I feel that the term democracy is becoming vague […]

Teachers’ Day: A tribute to Savitribai Phule

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Teachers’ Day: A tribute to Savitribai Phule

5th September ‘teachers day’ is the very special day to all the teachers and students. I am quite sure that all the students must be preparing some surprises for their teachers.  This is the day when everyone in India thanks their teachers in various ways such as writing poems, dance, drama, giving greeting cards, gifts, […]

Importance of Coconut day for fishermen

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Importance of Coconut day for fishermen

People across the globe and especially the ones who are nearby coastal areas acknowledge the importance of the soft, life-saving drink and flesh of the nut, by celebrating the World Coconut Day on 2nd September every year. The world coconut day was designated by Asian and Pacific Coconut Community (APCC) on 2nd September. All the major […]

Tiresome practices turn into beautiful memories…..

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Tiresome practices turn into beautiful memories…..

Sir, On the eve of national sports day, I want to share my memories. When I was in school ‘Notre Dame Academy’ we had our games period every weekend where our sports teacher ‘Nandu sir’ made us do PT. We always complained to him, ‘Sir this period is called as games period and you make […]

Two more years  for  untrained teachers to qualify

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Two more years for untrained teachers to qualify

Good news for the untrained teachers in government schools; extension of two more years  to complete the required qualification for teaching. Lok Sabha has passed a bill on recently , which allows untrained teachers teaching in schools, time to complete their qualifications through Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.El. Ed) or Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El. […]

Pakistani parody of Indian folk song goes viral

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Pakistani parody of Indian folk song goes viral

A latest Indian folk music video with many satirical takes has gone viral in Pakistan after a gaggle parodied it to touch upon latest political turmoil. A bunch known as Karachi Vynz wrote and filmed an Urdu model of the Marathi language music Sonu, to discuss the resignation of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif. The […]

Sorrowful First Feast day!

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Sorrowful First Feast day!

Sir, Today,  on 31st July, St. Xavier’s College of Management and Technology celebrates its feast day. Being an alumina, I remember my first feast day of St Ignatius. Our college had given us a particular time for reporting, but I was late. I was told by my professor that I could not  attend the program […]

Muktibodh’s fantasies, decades old  are reality today

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Muktibodh’s fantasies, decades old are reality today

 In the memory of India’s prominent poet, essayist, literary critic and political critic, the Pragatisheel Lekhak Sangh of Bihar organised a Muktibodh Janmashatabdi Samaroh at Madhyamik Shikshak Sangh. Senior Journalists, poets and writers of Bihar came to speak on how Muktibodh is relevant in today’s scenario. Gajanan Madhav Muktibodh lived from 1917-1964. It is 100 […]

Bihar’s new weapon in Battle for Kids’ lives

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Bihar’s new weapon in Battle for Kids’ lives

Bihar rolled out its latest weapon in the battle to save infants’ lives. A new vaccine has been added to the routine immunization programme, one that prevents pneumonia. Bihar which is a pneumonia endemic region, is one of three focus states in the National campaign against pneumonia. The PCV vaccine has been proved to be […]

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