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Muslim <strong>school</strong> teacher forced to leave house for attending Independence Day

Muslim school teacher forced to leave house for attending Independence Day

30 Aug 2014

Patna: A Muslim school teacher in Bihar was forced to leave her house by her husband who felt she had violated the Shariat law by participating in an Independence Day function, police said on Saturday.

Independence Day,   Muslim women,   Bihar school teacher,   Shariat law,   Begusarai,  
Tom Alter performs play on Sahir Ludhianvi for <strong>school</strong> kids

Tom Alter performs play on Sahir Ludhianvi for school kids

30 Aug 2014

Noida: Veteran theatre actor Tom Alter performed a musical play ‘Parchhaiyaan’, a tribute to late poet and lyricist Sahir Ludhianvi, at a school in Noida on Friday.

Tom Alter,   Sahir Ludhianvi,   Parchhaiyaan,   Suhail Akhtar Warsi,   Genesis Global School,   Urdu poetry,   Bollywood actor,  
First Hajj flight from India arrives in <strong>Saudi</strong> <strong>Arabia</strong>

First Hajj flight from India arrives in Saudi Arabia

28 Aug 2014

Jeddah: The first Hajj flight from India carrying 235 pilgrims has arrived in Medina in Saudi Arabia.

Jeddah,   first Hajj flight,   India,   pilgrims,   Medina,   Saudi Arabia,   Indian pilgrims,   Prince Mohammed International Airport ,  
Ragging: Parents seek action against Scindia <strong>School</strong> principal

Ragging: Parents seek action against Scindia School principal

28 Aug 2014

Gwalior: Demanding action against principal of the prestigious Scindia School for allegedly not handling the recent ragging incident properly that led to a suicide attempt by Adarsh Singh, son of Bihar Minister Jai Kumar Singh, parents on Thursday staged a protest here in this connection.

Ragging,   student's Parents,   Scindia School principal,   ragging case,   school authority,  
Indian men hoopsters grouped with Palestine, <strong>Saudi</strong>, Kazakh

Indian men hoopsters grouped with Palestine, Saudi, Kazakh

25 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Indian men have been grouped with Palestine, Saudi Arabia and Kazakhstan in the preliminary phase of the basketball competition in next month's 17th Asian Games at Incheon, South Korea.

Indian basketball team,   basketball competition Asian Games,  
Cartoon Network makes daily chores fun for <strong>school</strong> kids

Cartoon Network makes daily chores fun for school kids

27 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Early bedtime deadlines, then brushing the teeth early morning, getting ready for school and surprise tests are some dreaded things in a student's life.

Cartoon Network,   School Contact Programme,   Kris ka Magic Mantra,   Cartoon,   Krishna Desai,  
100-room UP Bhawan to be built in Noida

100-room UP Bhawan to be built in Noida

28 Aug 2014

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has given a green signal for the construction of a new 100-room UP Bhawan in Noida, near national capital, an official said on Thursday.

UP Bhawan,   UP Sadan,   Noida,   Uttar Pradesh CM,   Akhilesh Yadav,   Mahamaya Girls Inter College,   Sector- 44 Noida,   100 room bhawan,   Rajya Sampatti department,  
Abolition of child marriage will take 50 years more: UNICEF

Abolition of child marriage will take 50 years more: UNICEF

26 Aug 2014

Kolkata: India has witnessed a decline in child marriage in the last two decades, but going by the slow pace it will require another 50 years to abolish the practice from the country, according to UNICEF.

Child marriage,   UNICEF,   child marriage abolition,   child brides,   girls,   India,  
Bihar govt reviews preparations for 6,667 people's Haj pilgrimage

Bihar govt reviews preparations for 6,667 people's Haj pilgrimage

06 Aug 2014

Patna: As the start of annual pilgrimage for Haj draws closer, the state government on Wednesday reviewed arrangements for the 6,667 pilgrims from Bihar who will be going to Mecca in Saudi Arabia this year.

Bihar govt,   Haj pilgrimage,   Mecca,   Saudi Arabia,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,  
Proteins that inhibit HIV, Ebola release identified

Proteins that inhibit HIV, Ebola release identified

26 Aug 2014

Washington: In a surprise finding, scientists have discovered that a family of proteins that helps viruses, such as HIV and Ebola, enter a cell can also block the release of these deadly viruses.

HIV,   Ebola,   HIV infection,   Shan-Lu Liu,   University of Missouri School of Medicine,   Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology,   ,  

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