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Floods damage 1,200 <strong>school</strong> buildings in Jammu

Floods damage 1,200 school buildings in Jammu

20 Sep 2014

Jammu: The floods in Jammu & Kashmir have dealt a severe blow to the educational infrastructure with 1,276 government schools damaged across Jammu. The administration has now embarked on an urgent ‘repair and relocation’ plan so that students can attend classes again.

J&K floods,   J&K rescue operations,   J&K damage,   H R Pakhroo,   Educational institution,  
Fodder scam: HC reserves judgement on Lalu Yadav’s petition

Fodder scam: HC reserves judgement on Lalu Yadav’s petition

20 Sep 2014

Ranchi: The Jharkhand High Court reserved its verdict on former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad's petition pleading to quash a fodder scam case on the ground that he had been already convicted in a related case earlier.

Jharkhand High Court,   Bihar Chief Minister,   Lalu Prasad,   fodder scam,  
Jitan Ram Manjhi to visit London next week to bring foreign investment

Jitan Ram Manjhi to visit London next week to bring foreign investment

20 Sep 2014

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi will embark on a three-day visit to Great Britain next week to bring foreign investment to his state.

Bihar Chief Minister,   JD(U) Jitan Ram Manjhi,   Nalanda University,   Bihar,   ,  
Fodder scam: HC reserves order to make Nitish Kumar, Shivanand Tiwari accused

Fodder scam: HC reserves order to make Nitish Kumar, Shivanand Tiwari accused

20 Sep 2014

Ranchi: Jharkhand High Court on Friday reserved its judgment on a petition seeking to make former Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and ex-JD(U) spokesman Shivanand Tiwari accused in the Rs 950 crore fodder scam.

Jharkhand High Court,   former Bihar Chief Minister,   Nitish Kumar,   ex-JD(U) spokesman,   Shivanand Tiwari ,  
NHRC notice to Uttarakhand govt over dilapidated <strong>school</strong> buildings

NHRC notice to Uttarakhand govt over dilapidated school buildings

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: National Human Rights Commission has issued a notice to the Uttarakhand government following reports of students being forced to wear helmets in classes due to dilapidated condition of school buildings.

NHRC,   notice,   Uttarakhand government,   Uttarakhand,   Dehradun,   helmets,   school,   school buildings,  
Patna: Students block road, protest against 'faulty' Intermediate results

Patna: Students block road, protest against 'faulty' Intermediate results

30 May 2014

Patna: Agitating students blocked the busy Bailey road here for nearly an hour on Friday protesting ‘faulty’ results of Intermediate examinations. A group of students squatted on the busy road near the Income Tax roundabout disrupting traffic for nearly an hour, police said.

Faulty intermediate results,   Bailey road blocked,   Bihar School Examination Board,   faulty results of Intermediate Council,  
<strong>Bihar</strong> minister slams Hema Malini for widows remark, seeks apology

Bihar minister slams Hema Malini for widows remark, seeks apology

19 Sep 2014

Patna: Bihar Social Welfare Minister Leshi Singh on Thursday sought an apology from actor-turned-politician Hema Malini for her controversial remark on the widows of Vrindavan.

Bihar Social Welfare Minister,   Leshi Singh,   actor-turned-politician,   Hema Malini,   controversial remark,   widows of Vrindavan ,  
HI inducts Major Ports Sports Control <strong>Board</strong> as new member

HI inducts Major Ports Sports Control Board as new member

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Continuing its endeavour to identify and nurture young players in the country, Hockey India on Thursday gave affiliation to Major Ports Sports Control Board as its 23rd Associate Member.

New Delhi,   young players,   Hockey India,   Major Ports Sports Control Board,   23rd Associate Member,   Indian hockey,  
PCB plans to import Australian software for detecting illegal actions

PCB plans to import Australian software for detecting illegal actions

19 Sep 2014

Karachi: Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) domestic operations chief Intikhab Alam said the board is mulling on importing an Australian software to detect bowlers breaking the 15-degree elbow extension limit allowed by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Pakistan Cricket Board,   PCB,   Intikhab Alam,   International Cricket Council,   ICC,  
<strong>Bihar</strong> aims at enhancing its green cover to 20 per cent: Manjhi

Bihar aims at enhancing its green cover to 20 per cent: Manjhi

18 Sep 2014

Patna: Highlighting the adverse impact of deforestation, Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Thursday said his government has set a target to increase the state's green cover to 20 per cent.

Patna,   adverse impact,   deforestation,   Bihar Chief Minister,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,   Bihar,   target,   green cover,  

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