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Kejriwal promises 1 lakh jobs, free wi-fi in colleges ahead of DUSU polls

Kejriwal promises 1 lakh jobs, free wi-fi in colleges ahead of DUSU polls

02 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Higher education loan scheme, one lakh jobs within a year and free wi-fi in colleges were among the promises made by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to students of poll-bound Delhi University on a star-studded event organised by AAP's students' wing.

Education loan,   Jobs,   Free wi-fi,   DU colleges,   Arvind Kejriwal,   DU students,   Delhi University,   AAP,  
Indrani could have murdered Sheena for <strong>money</strong>: Siddarth Das

Indrani could have murdered Sheena for money: Siddarth Das

01 Sep 2015

Kolkata: Siddarth Das, the first husband of Indrani Mukherjea, said today that she could have murdered their daughter Sheena for money.

Sheena Bora Murder,   Siddarth Das,   Indrani Mukherjea,   Mikhail Bora,   Sanjeev Khanna,   Latest India News,  
Five killed, 27 injured in Manipur

Five killed, 27 injured in Manipur

01 Sep 2015

Imphal: Five people were killed and 27 others injured in violence at Churachandpur town in Manipur during a 12-hour bandh called by tribal student organisations in protest against three bills passed by the assembly even as curfew remained in force today amid reports of outbreak of fresh violence.

Manipur violence,   Mob violence,   Manipur Bills,   Manipur Assembly,   Curfew,   Tribals,   Students ,  
Skill development scheme for madrasa <strong>students</strong> to be launched today

Skill development scheme for madrasa students to be launched today

31 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Minority Affairs Minister Najma Heptulla and Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh will jointly launch the first pilot project as part of a skill development programme for madrasa students today in Patna. The project will be inaugurated on the same day in two madrasas.

madrasa students,   minority students,   skill development scheme,   MANAS,   latest India news,  
  'Spooked' Swiss banks ask Indians to utilise compliance window

'Spooked' Swiss banks ask Indians to utilise compliance window

31 Aug 2015

Zurich/London: Spooked by the new blackmoney law, a number of Swiss and other European banks have begun asking Indian clients to disclose their accounts to the tax authorities back home as they fear being accused of 'abetting' the hoarding of untaxed assets.

Swiss banks,   blackmoney law,   blackmoney,   European banks,   Swiss bank on black money,   Latest business news,  
External Affairs Minister Swaraj raises issues faced by Indian <strong>students</strong> in Germany

External Affairs Minister Swaraj raises issues faced by Indian students in Germany

27 Aug 2015

Berlin: India has raised with Germany problems like residency status, renewal of visa and accommodation faced by Indian students in the country as both sides discussed new initiatives to ramp up cooperation in the area of education.

External Affairs Minister,   Sushma Swaraj,   Indian students,   Germany,   Renewal of visa,   Latest World News,  
CBSE invites <strong>students</strong> to debate capital punishment

CBSE invites students to debate capital punishment

25 Aug 2015

New Delhi: CBSE has invited students from across the country to join a debate on capital punishment, weeks after Mumbai serial blasts convict Yakub Memon's hanging reignited the issue.

CBSE,   CBSE debate,   debate on capital punishment,   CBSE students,   Yakub Memon hanging,   latest India news,  
TMC cancels delegates' visit to FTII

TMC cancels delegates' visit to FTII

25 Aug 2015

Kolkata: Trinamool Congress yesterday decided to call off the visit by its delegation to FTII in Pune to express solidarity with agitating students due to 'party programs'.

TMC,   FTII,   Trinamool Congress,   Students agitation,   Latest States News,  
Another Super 30 student gets <strong>scholarship</strong> from Japan

Another Super 30 student gets scholarship from Japan

11 Aug 2015

Patna: Another student from Super 30 in Bihar, Kunal Kumar, has been awarded a scholarship by a Japanese university for pursuing higher education. Super 30 founder-director Anand Kumar said Kunal has made it to the University of Tokyo for an international programme.

Super 30 student,   Super 30,   Scholarship from Japan,   Bihar,   Kunal Kumar,   Scholarship,   Japanese university,   Anand Kumar,   Latest Nation News ,  
36 <strong>students</strong> fall ill after having mid-day meal in Uttar Pradesh

36 students fall ill after having mid-day meal in Uttar Pradesh

25 Aug 2015

Muzaffarnagar: Thirty six children fell ill after consuming mid-day meal at two government schools, located in the same compound, at Kaserwa village under Budhana Police Station in the district.

Students,   Mid day meal,   Muzaffarnagar,   Government schools,   Kaserwa village,   Budhana Police Station,   Latest States News,  

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