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2008 blasts: Accused moves HC to quash transfer of case

Written by Express News Service |
September 5, 2013 4:20:11 am

new delhi: The trial of cases relating to the 2008 Delhi serial blasts was on Wednesday adjourned for three weeks after the accused approached the Delhi High Court against the transfer of cases from the court of a special judge in Tis Hazari courts to the court for cases of the Delhi Police Special Cell in Patiala House courts. Petition was filed by Mohammad Shakeel,one of the 13 men accused of being involved in the blasts that killed 26.

Mid-day meals in Delhi schools do not meet nutritional norms: Govt

NEW DELHI: In an affidavit submitted before the Delhi High Court on Wednesday,the Directorate of Education admitted that the current menu being provided under the mid-day meal (MDM) scheme in government schools in the capital was “not meeting the nutritional norms for primary as well as upper primary schoolchildren”. The report stated that the quantity of food being served was also insufficient,and “about 45.1 per cent children demanded extra portions”.

President to award 374 of country’s best teachers today

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