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<strong>Scholarship</strong> for children from leprosy-affected families

Scholarship for children from leprosy-affected families

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama and WHO goodwill ambassador for leprosy eradication Yohei Sasakawa on Thursday announced a scholarship worth USD 100,000 a year for the education of children from leprosy-affected families.

Scholarship,   leprosy-affected families,   Tibetan spiritual leader,   Dalai Lama,   WHO goodwill ambassador,   APAL,   Yohei Sasakawa,  
U S House passes Malala Yousafzai <strong>Scholarship</strong> Act

U S House passes Malala Yousafzai Scholarship Act

20 Nov 2014

Washington: The US House of Representatives on Thursday passed a legislation named after Pakistani Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai which expands the number of scholarships to girls from her country.

Malala Yousafzai Scholarship Act,   US House of Representatives,   legislation named after Pakistani Nobel laureate,   Authored by Republican Congresswoman,   Ileana Ros-Lehtinen,   expands the number of scholarships available,   Pakistani women under USAID's Merit,   Needs-Based Scholarship Program,   survived a near-fatal Taliban attack,   ,  
<strong>Students</strong> protest turns violent on BHU campus,vehicle set afire

Students protest turns violent on BHU campus,vehicle set afire

20 Nov 2014

Varanasi: A protest by students of Banaras Hindu University demanding restoration of the students union to its earlier self on Thursday turned violent as they set a vehicle on fire and closed the varsity gates, forcing police to resort to lathicharge and fire several rounds in the air.

Varanasi,   Banaras Hindu University,   BHU,   Students union,   Lathicharge,  
Government 'promoting' black <strong>money</strong> with relaunch of KVP: Congress

Government 'promoting' black money with relaunch of KVP: Congress

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Upping the ante over black money issue ahead of the Winter Session of Parliament, the Congress on Thursday accused the NDA Government of failing on its promise to bring back the illegal wealth and questioned its recent decision to reintroduce the saving certificates scheme.

AICC,   NDA government,   Congress,   Ajay Maken,   KVP,   Kisan Vikas Patra,   Winter Session of Parliament,  
BSP accuses UP minister of misbehaving with school staff, <strong>students</strong>

BSP accuses UP minister of misbehaving with school staff, students

20 Nov 2014

Lucknow: Opposition Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Thursday accused a UP Government's minister of misbehaving with the staff and students of a government girls' school at Banda while he conducted an inspection there.

Bahujan Samaj Party,   BSP,   Naseemuddin Siddiqui,   UP minister,   misbehave,   school staff,   students,   government girls school,   Banda,   inspection,  
 Delhi polls: AAP to use spy cams to stop <strong>money</strong> power

Delhi polls: AAP to use spy cams to stop money power

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will provide its workers spy cameras to stop the use of money and muscle power by other political parties in the upcoming Delhi Assembly polls.

AAP,   Aam Aadmi Party,   Sanjay Singh ,   Sher Singh Dagar ,   Delhi polls,  
Surrendered militants launch hunger strike in Tripura

Surrendered militants launch hunger strike in Tripura

19 Nov 2014

Agartala: Peeved by government apathy, 26 surrendered militants have launched a hunger strike at Lachi Rehabilitation Camp in south Tripura's Santir Bazar sub-division, official sources said on Wednesday.

Lachi Rehabilitation Camp,  Tripura,   BPL cards,   Hunger Strike ,  
Surrendered militants launch hunger strike in Tripura

Surrendered militants launch hunger strike in Tripura

19 Nov 2014

Agartala: Peeved by government apathy, 26 surrendered militants have launched a hunger strike at Lachi Rehabilitation Camp in south Tripura's Santir Bazar sub-division, official sources said on Wednesday.

Lachi Rehabilitation Camp,  Tripura,   BPL cards,   Hunger Strike ,  
Rely on your parents when it comes to shopping

Rely on your parents when it comes to shopping

19 Nov 2014

New York: Researchers from the North Carolina-based Duke University found that older adults seem to use extra brain power while make shopping decisions.

shopping brain powershopping decisionsconsumer productsshopping sitesvalue for money,  
Kendriya Vidyalaya <strong>students</strong> can still study German as 'additional' subject

Kendriya Vidyalaya students can still study German as 'additional' subject

19 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Days after directing replacement of German with Sanskrit as third language, the government has said the students wanting to study this foreign language can still do so as an "additional" subject and has decided to continue with services of teachers hired for teaching it.

Kendriya Vidyalaya,   German,   Sanskrit,   The Human Resources Development Ministry,   HRD Minister ,   Smriti Irani,  

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