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Twitter to become your future <strong>teacher</strong>

Twitter to become your future teacher

28 Apr 2016

New York: Get ready to say good morning to Twitter in classroom soon as the micro-blogging can help teachers engage students in a more efficient way and better prepare them to take on New-Age challenges, researchers reveal.

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Ola takes Micro to 75 Indian cities, claims edge over Uber

Ola takes Micro to 75 Indian cities, claims edge over Uber

27 Apr 2016

New Delhi: Transportation app Ola today said it has expanded its 'Micro' service to 48 newer cities, taking the presence of its low-cost AC cab service to 75 cities in all, making the category "larger than the nearest competitor as a whole".

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Jharkhand may regularize services of <strong>para</strong>-teachers

Jharkhand may regularize services of para-teachers

12 Oct 2011

In a bid to boost basic education in the state, the Jharkhand government is mulling to regularize the services of para-teachers. A proposal in that regard has been included in the proposed Para Teacher Service Circular. Presently, the government renews their contract on a yearly basis.

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Delhi is not against app-based taxis: CM Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi is not against app-based taxis: CM Arvind Kejriwal

20 Apr 2016

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said his government was not against taxi aggregators after online app-based cab operator Uber blamed his government for car shortage to serve commuters.

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Mallya case: CBI changed nature of Lookout <strong>Circular</strong>

Mallya case: CBI changed nature of Lookout Circular

11 Mar 2016

New Delhi: The CBI, which is facing heat over allowing beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya to go abroad, had changed the nature of lookout notice against him within one month of issuance from seeking his detention while leaving the country to that merely providing information about his travel plans.

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Nitish government misleading people over delay in teachers' pay: Sushil Modi

Nitish government misleading people over delay in teachers' pay: Sushil Modi

21 Mar 2016

Patna: Senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi hit out at Bihar's ruling Grand Secular Alliance for failing to pay salaries to school teachers for over four months alleging the state government was trying to "mislead" people over the issue.

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PM Modi wants foreign <strong>service</strong> to connect states with outside world

PM Modi wants foreign service to connect states with outside world

06 Apr 2016

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday asked the Foreign Service officials to work for connecting Indian states with the outside world in the spirit of cooperative federalism.

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Google offers landline telephone <strong>service</strong> in US cities

Google offers landline telephone service in US cities

30 Mar 2016

Washington: Google, the technology giant born out of the internet age, rolled out a landline telephone service on Tuesday in some US cities. The service, known as Fiber Phone, offers basic landline features including call waiting, caller identification, unlimited local and nationwide calling and 911 services at a price of USD 10 per month, according to a media report.

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Weaker remittances will dampen benefits of lower oil: Moody's

Weaker remittances will dampen benefits of lower oil: Moody's

13 Apr 2016

New Delhi: Lower remittances from Gulf nations, which have been hit hard by the slump in oil prices, will cut the benefits of cheaper oil imports for several Asia Pacific countries including India, Moody's Investors Service said today.

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Andhra Minister's son booked for allegedly molesting <strong>teacher</strong>

Andhra Minister's son booked for allegedly molesting teacher

06 Mar 2016

Hyderabad: Police today arrested Ravela Susheel, son of Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Minister Ravela Kishore Babu, and his driver for allegedly misbehaving with a 20-year-old teacher.

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