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Soon, students can take up engineering courses in Gujarati, Punjabi and Odia
Several colleges informed the apex body that English-medium students are found looking up reference material in Hindi
‘PLAYERS RESPONDING TO CHANGES'
Ahead Of The ODI Series, Vice-Captain Jasprit Bumrah Allays Transition Fears
‘Omicron wave ebbing in Mumbai; in rest of India, it could linger till March'
The waning of the Omicron wave has begun in Mumbai, but it may take at least another month before the rest of the country experiences a decline in the third wave.
Super Cup, super win for Real
Riyadh: Real Madrid were crowned Spanish Super Cup champions after goals from Luka Modric and Karim Benzema earned them a 2-0 win over Athletic Bilbao in Saudi Arabia on Sunday. Real took the lead in the 38th minute after Rodrygo sprinted past two defenders before passing to Modric, who rifled a shot into the back of the net.
RBI study: Omicron may be flash flood, not wave
The ‘State of the Economy’ report published by the RBI has said that the trajectory of the new Covid variant in South Africa has boosted hopes that Omicron will be more of a flash flood than a wave.
Days before Oly, China's daily cases highest in nearly 2 years
Beijing On High Alert Over Lone Omicron Case; Strain Breaches Key Cities
No political bias, tableaux picked by panel of ‘apolitical experts': Govt
After Mamata, Stalin Urges PM To Step In
MMRDA contractor to pay ₹1cr fine for girder crash
Four months after a span of an under-construction elevated road, which was under construction, collapsed at Bandra Kurla on September 17 last year, the regional development authority, MMRDA, has penalised the contractor Rs 1 crore for “not taking adequate precaution, leading to the collapse”
Kathak legend Pandit Birju Maharaj passes away at 83
Legendary Kathak exponent Pt Birju Maharaj,who took the traditional Indian dance form tothe world, died at his home in Delhi in the early hours of Monday.
HC: Unbelievably, Brahmapuri report and map made in a day
The Bombay high court has found that on the Kolhapur district collector’s direction a report and map were prepared in May 2018 to show an archaeological site to be over 100 metres away from its location so that the under-construction new Shivaji bridge on the Panchganga fell outside the no-construction zone.
THE ANIMAL-HUMAN CONFLICT
RAJESH MENON is a wildlife photographer and environmental conservationist living in North India. Here he shares some ideas for solutions to the animalhuman conflicts that are apparent in all regions of the world today.
MANIPUR MULTI-CORNER FIGHT A CHALLENGE TO NAGA PARTY
THE Naga People’s Front (NPF) is facing a tough challenge of converting Naga subnationalism in the Manipur hills into concrete electoral gains, an uphill task in which it has fallen short in the past two elections.
New combat uniform unveiled on Army Day
NEW DELHI: The Indian Army on Saturday unveiled a new battledress that will provide soldiers better camouflage and more comfort at an impressive parade in Delhi Cantonment to mark the 74th Army Day.
Myanmar insurgents planning attacks in Manipur: Intel
WITH hardly a month left for Assembly polls in Manipur, security agencies have been alerted about a big security threat of insurgents from Myanmar planning terror acts in the poll-bound state.
3 WAYS TO EXPLORE ASSAM
Find the one that works for you - or experience them all
Nagaland SIT submits interim report; march against AFSPA begins
THE Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the December 4 killings of civilians in a botched ambush by the Army at Oting in Nagaland submitted an interim report to the state government on Monday.
Delhi cops nab Bulli Bai mastermind from Assam
NEERAJ Bishnoi, the alleged ‘mastermind’ and creator of Bulli Bai app on GitHub, was arrested by a team of Delhi Police from Assam’s Jorhat on Wednesday night. The 21-year-old, who is the app’s prime Twitter account holder, was brought to the national capital by air by Delhi Police on Thursday.
Law And The New Low
In an “ambush” on December 4, a unit of 21 Para Special Forces killed six innocent, un-armed miners in broad daylight in Mon district of Nagaland under the impression that they were armed cadres of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang-Yung Aung) faction.
EXTENSION OF AFSPA AND WAR IN PEACETIME
It needs to be clarified that AFSPA and the Army are not synonymous. Therefore the general revulsion for this Act in the Northeast is not tantamount to an equal dislike for the Army
Month after botched op, Nagaland's wounds refuse to heal
Sheiwang Konyak, 22, has lost vision in his right eye after a retinal detachment.