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UK school accused of failing to <strong>protect</strong> pupils <strong>from</strong> extremism

UK school accused of failing to protect pupils from extremism

20 Nov 2014

London: One of the UK's most successful schools, which has an intake of 80 percent Bangladeshi Muslims, has been rocked by claims that it failed to protect its pupils from Islamist extremist influences. Sir John Cass's Foundation and Red Coat Church of England school in Tower Hamlets, east London, is being accused of neglecting to monitor the activities of an Islamic society set up by sixth-formers.

UK school,   extremism accusation,   Bangladeshi Muslims,   Islamist extremist,   Sir John Cass Foundation,   Red Coat Church of England school,   England school,  
Ukraine shelled <strong>from</strong> Russian territory: Kiev

Ukraine shelled from Russian territory: Kiev

21 Nov 2014

Kiev: Ukraine's military on Friday accused Russia of shelling its territory for the first time since the signing of a nominal ceasefire in early September.

Ukraine,   Russia,   Ukranian Military,   Andiy Lysenko,   Moscow,   Kiev,  
Reply promptly to communications <strong>from</strong> MPs: Government tells babus

Reply promptly to communications from MPs: Government tells babus

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: All communication received from Members of Parliament (MPs) should be promptly responded to and government servants should show courtesy and consideration to the Parliamentarians, the Centre has said.

communications from MPs,   Government,   babus,   government work,   MP's,   government work,  
Children should benefit <strong>from</strong> innovation: UNICEF Report

Children should benefit from innovation: UNICEF Report

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Urgent action is needed to prevent millions of children from missing out on the benefits of innovation, UNICEF says in a new report released on Friday.

UNICEF,   UN,   UNESCO,   Ban-ki-Moon,   WHO,  
Boxer Manoj to receive Arjuna Award on Nov 26 <strong>from</strong> Sports Minister

Boxer Manoj to receive Arjuna Award on Nov 26 from Sports Minister

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Forced to take the legal route after being denied the honour initially, boxer Manoj Kumar will be bestowed the Arjuna Award by sports minister Sarbananda Sonowal here on November 26.

boxer Manoj Kumar,   Arjuna Award,   sports minister Sarbananda Sonowal,  
JMM East Singhbhum president resigns <strong>from</strong> party

JMM East Singhbhum president resigns from party

21 Nov 2014

Jamshedpur: Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) on Friday received a setback as its firebrand East Singhbhum district committee President, Ramesh Hansdah resigned from the post as well as the primary membership of the party.

JMM,   Jharkhand Mukti Morcha,   East Singhbhum president,   resign,   Ramesh Hansdah,   Hemant Soren,   Jharkhand,  
Modi to make two-day maiden visit to Nagaland <strong>from</strong> November 30

Modi to make two-day maiden visit to Nagaland from November 30

21 Nov 2014

Kohima: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will make a two-day maiden visit to Nagaland from November 30, officials said here on Friday.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Nagaland visit,   Hornbill Festival,   Modi,  
Tough jobs may <strong>protect</strong> your memory

Tough jobs may protect your memory

20 Nov 2014

London: If you hate your job because it requires complex work with other people or data, you may now discard the negative thoughts as researchers have found that complex jobs help people retain their memory and thinking skills even after retirement.

Tough jobs,   memory,   complex jobs,   thinking tests,   complexity of work,   Neurology,  
Terrorism <strong>from</strong> outside the main challenge for Afghans: Hamid Karzai

Terrorism from outside the main challenge for Afghans: Hamid Karzai

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Stressing that terrorism perpetrated and supported from "outside" is the main challenge for Afghanistan, its former President Hamid Karzai on Friday criticized dualism in American policy towards Pakistan saying he had told Barack Obama that US should should not run with the hare and hunt with the hound. Karzai also asked New Delhi "to do more" in defence cooperation with Afghanistan and hoped that New Delhi will adopt a "more proactive" policy in the future.

Hamid Karzai,   terrorism,   terrorism from outside,   challenge,   Afghans,   President,   Afghanistan,   Barack Obama,   US,   Pakistan,   American policy,   defence cooperation,  
Winged visitors keep their date with Kashmir wetlands despite the flood devastation

Winged visitors keep their date with Kashmir wetlands despite the flood devastation

21 Nov 2014

Srinagar: Lakhs of winged visitors from Europe and Central Asia have kept their date with the Kashmir Valley this time as the wildlife department worked overtime to ensure that they made it to the wetlands despite the flood devastation that had ravaged the valley.

winged visitors from Europe and Central Asia,   Kashmir valley,   Kashmir's wildlife department overworked,   Wildlife Warden of Wetlands,   Imtiyaz Ahmad,   geared to combat poachers,   ,  

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