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Video games could streamline <strong>education</strong> research

Video games could streamline education research

19 Sep 2014

Washington: Researchers have found a dramatically easier and more cost-effective way to do research on science curriculum in the classroom - and it could include playing video games.

Researchers,   Science curriculum,   Classroom,   Video games,  
ARTIAF pleads with <strong>Education</strong> Minister to call back excess BEOs

ARTIAF pleads with Education Minister to call back excess BEOs

18 Sep 2014

Itanagar: The Arunachal RTI Activist Forum (ARTIAF) on Thursday pleaded with Education Minister Tapang Taloh to initiate measures to call back all the excess Block Education Officer (BEO) serving under various districts of the state.

ARTIAF,   BEO,   Tapang Taloh,   Education department,   Teaching staff ,  
New smartphone app can tell your <strong>state</strong> of mind

New smartphone app can tell your state of mind

19 Sep 2014

Washington: Your smartphone may tell if you are depressed, stressed or lonely, thanks to a first-of-its-kind app that automatically tracks users' mental health, academic performance and behaviour.

smartphone app,   state of mind,   mental health,   academic performance,   behaviour,   depressed,   stressed,   lonely,  
Jadavpur University: Governor seeks report; Mamata says effort to defame <strong>state</strong>

Jadavpur University: Governor seeks report; Mamata says effort to defame state

19 Sep 2014

Kolkata: West Bengal Governor K N Tripathi asked the state education minister to resolve the stalemate in Jadavpur University in the wake of Tuesday night's police action on the agitating students.

Jadavpur University,   Mamata Banerjee,   K N Tripathi,   Basudeb Banerjee,  
Obama’s anti-IS coalition takes shape as France carries out first air strike in Iraq

Obama’s anti-IS coalition takes shape as France carries out first air strike in Iraq

19 Sep 2014

Baghdad: France carried out its first air strike against the Islamic State group in Iraq on Friday, boosting US-led efforts to unite the world against the growing threat posed by the jihadists.

France,   US,   Islamic state,   ISIS,   Iraq,   Air strike,   French Army,   US Army,  
Telangana seeks 40 percent tax devolution to states

Telangana seeks 40 percent tax devolution to states

19 Sep 2014

Hyderabad: The newly-created Telangana state has urged the 14th Finance Commission to allocate 40 percent of central tax revenues as tax devolution to states.

Chief Minister,   K Chandrasekhar Rao,   KCR,   tax devolution,   marginal reduction,   Centre's expenditure,   state subjects,  
CVOs to keep vigil on govt employees to ensure punctuality

CVOs to keep vigil on govt employees to ensure punctuality

19 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: It’s a new job for vigilance officers in Punjab as the state government on Friday issued a circular asking them to keep a vigil on habitual late-comers and absentees.

Chandigarh,   vigilance officers,   Punjab,   state government,   circular,   habitual late-comers,   absentees,  
Tourism Ministry gives special assistance worth Rs 100 crore to J&K

Tourism Ministry gives special assistance worth Rs 100 crore to J&K

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Minister of State for Culture and Tourism Shripad Yesso Naik on Friday said the ministry has given Rs 100 crore as a special assistance for reconstruction of damaged infrastructure in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir.

Minister of state for Culture and Tourism,   Shripad Yesso Naik,   flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Parvez Dewan ,  
US Congress approves Obama's plan to arm Syrian rebels

US Congress approves Obama's plan to arm Syrian rebels

19 Sep 2014

Washington: US Congress has approved the request of President Barack Obama to train and arm the moderate Syrian rebels against the Islamic State jihadists, an important step towards degrading and ultimately destroying the dreaded terrorist group.

US Congress,   Barack Obama,   Syrian rebels,   Islamic State jihadists,   Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant,  
<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 ,  

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