New Delhi: When the principal announced to the students at the end of the classes on Thursday that the school was closed again, the children wanted to know if Covid was the reason. When the principal replied it was because of pollution, many of them laughed. “What’s the point!” one exclaimed, “it’s either this or that.” The constant opening and closing of schools have left feathers ruffled.
Schools resumed in the first week of November after the Covid closure, but were closed due to pollution on November 13, a week after students started attending classes in person. They reopened again on November 29.
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Trailer of Rajkummar and Bhumi's Badhaai Do gets lots of love
Badhaai Do, a sequel to the multiple National Award-winning film Badhaai Ho, stars Rajkummar Rao and Bhumi Pednekar
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Namaste, Shalom To Friendship
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World No. 2 Battles Past Tsitsipas; Rafa Ends Berrettini Run
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Amid tensions over Ukraine, India tries to appear neutral
Ties With Both US And Russia Critical For India
Transport dept lifts suspension of driving skill tests
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