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Remembering teachers who left their mark on those they taught. First up, the bad-tempered and impatient one who taught us to love literature and the value of the spoken word.

Rain water soaks laptops meant for free distribution in Lakhimpur Kheri

Hundreds of laptops meant for free distribution among students who have passed class XII were soaked in rain water,which seeped into the strong room at Gola tehsil of Lakhimpur Kheri district last night.

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Scientific distemper

Government’s rhetoric on science has shown limited understanding of its nature and purpose

Over 700 students take part in abacus competition

Mayor Asha Kumari Jaswal was the chief guest on the occasion while Dr B C Josan, the principal of DAV College in Sector 10 was the guest of honour. They gave away prizes to the winners.

Students come up with quake alert system

They would be doing an experimental forecast this year followed with real time data in the next monsoon season.

DU admissions: Higher rents await students after cutthroat cut-offs

Hostels, PGs set to raise charges by Rs 1,000 — twice the usual yearly hike.

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Copy Cats-II: During hearing, most parents deny cheating, some beat their children

The board has planned to randomly re-examine the CDs of the “suspect” districts reporting low cases.

Students threaten to move HC after director rejects plea for re-test over state-CET errors

Over 57,000 candidates took the test, conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education on March 14 and 15.

Poor student turnout during cleanliness drive

At the Government Girls Kanya Vidyalaya in Trilokpuri, only two dozen students turned up for the event.

2 students injured in clash at SCD Govt College

The division number 8 police identified three accused as Manu, Bhoomak and Tary.

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Number of Indian students in the US doubled since 2012-13: News in Numbers

A study by the 2018 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange shows that the number of Indian students in the US has doubled in the last five years.

What the Jio institute is expected to earn in its first year: News in Numbers

Reliance’s Jio institute, recently declared an ‘Institute of Eminence,’ puts it at par with the likes of IIT-Delhi, IIT-Bombay, IISc and BITS . Here's a look at its earnings projection in today's News in Numbers. See more: https://bit.ly/2M2t86i

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College student stabbed to death, two injured

Shamli (UP), Mar 01 (ANI): A student was stabbed to death by unidentified people at a bus stop in Budhana, Uttar Pradesh in a clash allegedly regarding a girl. In this clash, four students were injured out of which two students are critical. Three NCC students were at the stop waiting for the bus to their village when suddenly 10 to 12 boys arrived with knives and attacked the three boys. Police has begun investigations in the case.

Students in Coimbatore display self-made drones

Coimbatore, Feb 28 (ANI): The students from standard third to eight participated in an International Robotics Festival organised by robotic academy IroboChakra in Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore city. They were trained into making simple robots and drones after which they created their own functional robots and displayed the same before the people. The participants made drones, Robo Arms, Power saw, Truck robo, Humanoid among others. The students also explained their creations. The winners of the competition will compete at the international level in May 2016 in the United States. robotic academy.

JNU row: Umar, Bhattacharya surrender

New Delhi, Feb 24 (ANI): Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya, who are facing sedition charges for allegedly raising anti-national slogans, surrendered before the Delhi Police last night. Following a medical check-up, the two were interrogated on Wednesday for around five hours and will be presented before the magistrate later in the day. Khalid and Bhattacharya are among the five students who, along with JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar, had allegedly shouted anti-national slogans at an event organised in the university campus on February 9.

Security tightened outside JNU

New Delhi, Feb 23 (ANI): The security was increased outside the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on Tuesday in view of the unrest going on the campus. The JNU has turned into a fortress as the five students, accused of involving in 'anti-national' activities, are still in the administration block of the varsity, while police keeps vigil outside the gates.

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Kashmir University students raise slogans in Kanhaiya's support

Kashmir, Feb 23 (ANI): A group of students at Kashmir University on Monday raised slogans in support of Jawaharlal University students' Union president Kanhaiya Kumar. The students also were also seen raising slogans demanding 'azadi' from the government.

JNU row: Constitute inquiry committee, says teachers' union president

New Delhi, Feb 22 (ANI): Addressing a gathering on Monday, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Teachers Association president Ajay Patnaik on Monday said an inquiry committee should be constituted and internal mechanism of the varsity should be strengthened. Demanding that sedition charges against students be dropped, Patnaik added that such charges are a matter of great concern.

ABVP condemns Umar Khalid's speech in JNU

New Delhi, Feb 22 (ANI): Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) on Monday condemned speech of Jawaharlal Nehru University student Umar Khalid, accused of raising anti-national slogans, saying the students shouting 'Save JNU' slogans are the same people supporting Khalid's speech on Sunday night. An ABVP activist said the speech has again deteriorated the image of JNU, adding that some professors are continuously supporting such students. Another activist demanded that students and teachers indulged in 'anti-national' activities should be first punished by the university and then by the judiciary.

JNU students continue protest over Kanhaiya’s release

New Delhi, Feb 19 (ANI): The students of the Jawarharlal Nehru University (JNU) on Friday continued their protest demanding release of Kanhaiya Kumar, who has been booked on charges of sedition. Thousands of students joined protests, paralysing the prestigious JNU, after Kanhaiya Kumar was arrested on Friday following a demonstration that authorities have called as 'anti-Indian'.

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