Covid Test Mandatory For International Passengers Arriving In Karnataka

Minister of Health and Medical Education Dr K Sudhakar on Tuesday informed that international passengers arriving in Karnataka must undergo mandatory COVID-19 RT-PCR testing. Read More | Source: NDTV News…

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No Free Treatment To Those Not Taking Covid Precautions: Pinarayi Vijayan

In a move to apparently encourage everyone to get fully vaccinated, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday said anyone not following COVID-19 prevention measures, like vaccination, will not… Read More | Source: NDTV News…

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CET for UG, PG courses in central univs may be held from 2022-2023 through NTA

New Delhi, November 30 The Common Entrance Test (CET) for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in central universities may be conducted from the academic session 2022-2023 through the National Testing Agency (NTA), according to the UGC. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has also said that for admission in PhD programme…

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Toxic impact of social media to be examined by parliamentary inquiry

A broad-ranging inquiry into social media will begin hearings later this month, allowing the federal government to continue its big-tech crackdown campaign in the lead-up to the federal election. Read More | Source: Sydney Morning Herald…

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Amid Omicron Threat, Mumbai Delays Reopening Of Schools To Dec 15: Report

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said it has pushed the reopening of schools in the city to December 15, instead of December 1, in the wake of concerns over the emergence of COVID-19’s… Read More | Source: NDTV News…

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Court Pays Rs 15,000 To “Bright” Student Who Can’t Afford University Fee

A student who couldn’t afford the fee after qualifying for the prestigious Banaras Hindu University (BHU) received Rs 15,000 from a court she had turned to for help. Read More | Source: NDTV News…

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Chandigarh’s ‘Langar Baba’ who fed thousands of hungry for decades, passes away

‘Langar Baba’ served food to around 2,000-2,500 individuals daily even in pandemic. On special occasions the count went up to as many as 4,000 people. Read More | Source: DNA…

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Opinion: She returned to Kabul after the Taliban shot her, then had to flee again

Five years ago, Breshna Musazai was studying law at the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul. Her future seemed bright. She was attending the best university in Afghanistan, a coed institution offering an American-style education and was on a full scholarship provided by the US government. Read More |…

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‘Would like to thank India for being our greatest development partner,’ Maldivian defence minister tells WION

Visiting India has been more like visiting a close relative’s home, for Maldivian Defence Minister Mariya Didi, who was recently in the subcontinen Read More | Source: WION…

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UP TET paper leak: 29 arrested so far; Yogi Adityanath invokes NSA, Gangster Act against accused

UP TET paper leak: 29 arrested so far; Yogi Adityanath invokes NSA, Gangster Act against accused …

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From COVID-19 pandemic to culture of silence, why India is failing to protect children from online sexual abuse

From COVID-19 pandemic to culture of silence, why India is failing to protect children from online sexual abuse …

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