After NDA, doors of military school, college open for girls
The Times of India Mumbai|October 07, 2021
Admissions Will Begin Next Year
​​​​​​Amit Anand Choudhary

New Delhi: After allowing entry of women candidates to the National Defence Academy, the Centre has now agreed to allow girls to get admission in defence ministryrun Rashtriya Indian Military College and Rashtriya Military Schools, which have so far been all-boys educational institutions.

Continue reading your story on the app

Continue reading your story in the newspaper

MORE STORIES FROM THE TIMES OF INDIA MUMBAIView All

Felt honoured to represent Rajasthan’s culture at India Pavilion at Cannes, says Mame Khan

IT WAS A PROUD MOMENT FOR ME AND MY COMMUNITY THAT I WAS CHOSEN TO REPRESENT THE CULTURE AND TRADITION RAJASTHAN HAS TO OFFER THROUGH MUSIC AND ART

2 mins read
The Times of India Mumbai
May 22, 2022

Suhana, Shanaya and I always wanted to be actors:Ananya Panday

Ananya Panday, who was in Lucknow recently, can’t help but be excited about her besties Suhana Khan and Shanaya Kapoor making their debut in films.

1 min read
The Times of India Mumbai
May 22, 2022

Films like Pushpa are winning hearts as we are staying true to ourselves: Rashmika

It is the most amazing time to be in the film industry: Rashmika

3 mins read
The Times of India Mumbai
May 22, 2022

Why it’s still tough to get an abortion in India despite a progressive law

There is a 70% shortfall of ob-gyns in rural India, according to 2019-20 Rural Health Statistics data. Many doctors are also unwilling to perform surgical abortions, which makes women turn to quacks

3 mins read
The Times of India Mumbai
May 22, 2022

Back-to-back gold for men’s compound team

Archers Take Lead In Third Set On Way To Victory

1 min read
The Times of India Mumbai
May 22, 2022

Blockbuster final day in store

MANCHESTER CITY AIM TO END LIVERPOOL’S QUADRUPLE BID

2 mins read
The Times of India Mumbai
May 22, 2022

CAPITALS TUMBLE OUT!

Bumrah, Tim David Star As MI Prevent Delhi From Taking Final Playoff Spot; RCB Through Instead

2 mins read
The Times of India Mumbai
May 22, 2022

Outrage after thousands of Covid -ve residents sent to quarantine in Beijing

North Korea said on Saturday that it found more than 2,00,000 people with feverish symptoms for the fifth day in a row, even as leader Kim Jong-un claimed progress in the country’s fight against the largely undiagnosed Covid spread

1 min read
The Times of India Mumbai
May 22, 2022

Lanka lifts state of emergency after 2 weeks

A student protests against President Gotabaya Rajapaksa in Colombo on Saturday

1 min read
The Times of India Mumbai
May 22, 2022

Oz’s Labor Ends Conservative Rule After Almost A Decade

Anthony Albanese, 59, Set To Be PM As Scott Morrison Concedes Defeat

1 min read
The Times of India Mumbai
May 22, 2022
RELATED STORIES

How New Robin Hood CEO Buery Plans to Fight NYC Poverty

Richard R. Buery Jr., is starting his first full year as CEO of Robin Hood. But he’s no stranger to New York City’s largest poverty-fighting organization.

4 mins read
AppleMagazine
January 14, 2022

Got a Tax Question? Don't Call the IRS

Customer service has cratered at the short-staffed, underfunded agency

5 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
January 10, 2022

LOW-DOSE DECA: What Kind of Gains Can You Expect?

TESTOSTERONE

5 mins read
Muscular Development
December 2021

Northwest Huntsman

TGI sat down with guard Shane Lemieux

4 mins read
The Giant Insider
September 19, 2021

A Colossal Secret

Ian Evenden discovers how British WWII braniacs, faced with an impossible task, helped save millions of lives and invented the computer as we know it

10+ mins read
Maximum PC
May 2021

Painting Through Pandemic

Vibrant illustrator Tania Yakunova talks about her life as an artist in quarantine and shares her hopes and fears as we all wrestle through this pandemic.

4 mins read
Creative Gaga
Issue 50

Are NDAs Really That Important? 

To trusting entrepreneurs, a confidentiality agreement may seem unnecessary. But it’s a vital step toward protecting your business—and its future success. 

3 mins read
Entrepreneur
October 2018

The Party of Mandela Is at Odds With Itself

South Africa’s president is under pressure for alleged graft.

4 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
March 28 - April 3, 2016

What It's Like to Run a Company in the Most Dangerous Places on Earth

Inside the deadly, controversial, highly secretive, and crucially important private warfare waged by Patriot Group.

10+ mins read
Inc.
March 2016

The Elusive Maggie Thatcher

Why distorting Mrs. T. has been a popular literary pastime.  

7 mins read
The Atlantic
March 2016