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Day February 9, 2020

Education dept asks Surat schools to organise Mother-Father Worship Day on Valentine’s Day

CIRCULAR BY DIST EDU OFFICER Surat: In a bid to scuttle students’ attempts to celebrate Valentine’s Day, the district education officer (DEO) in Surat has issued a circular to all schools in the city and district to organise ‘Matru Pitru… Continue Reading →

India’s first ‘cannabis clinic’ opens in Bangalore

A Bangalore-based centre is in high demand for offering medical marijuana-based products Dr Cannabis will see you now It’s been just over a week since a clinic selling marijuana-based medicines starting operating out of Koramangala. And already, several Bengalureans have… Continue Reading →

Maharashtra – Getting bail in state set to get more difficult

Six stringent conditions introduced in 2010 will come into effect only now, with Bombay High Court dismissing a PIL challenging them | Sunil.Baghel Getting bail in Maharashtra will soon get a lot more difficult. More than nine years after they were… Continue Reading →

What do Workers Hope for?

Let’s create a way of work that affirms lifeManu Majdoor A majority of informal workers have to take up physically demanding jobs that offer no social security | Anumeha Yadav The world’s production capacity is immense, so why then should… Continue Reading →

Dancer dies within hours of popping a banned slimming pill

Food and Drug Administration, Thane cops launch probeFDA says availability of banned drugs online a big concern. Dangerous drugs are sold online under different names, often masquerading as Ayurvedic compositions | Lata.Mishra A 22-year-old Thane dancer died just hours after she… Continue Reading →

The town of Bidar is divided as a school play on CAA invites sedition charges

That Act Was Not in the Play Indulekha Aravind | Bidar District Jail, Bidar. When Najbunnisa’s daughter came to visit her, the 11-year-old was worried about how her mother was managing in the prison. “She told me not to be… Continue Reading →

Uttar Pradesh: Use of armed civil clothesmen has created sense of terror among people

A fact-finding team of the Women Against Sexual Violence and State Repression (WSS), on a visit to western Uttar Pradesh to investigate violent incidents between December 18 and 20, 2019 in several towns, has found that protests against the Citizenship… Continue Reading →

Union Budget ‘moves away’ from Right to Education, 1.3 lakh schools closed down

By Dr Aparajita Sharma* It was a shocking reply by the Union human resource development minister to a question raised in Parliament on closure of schools in a country where lakhs of children are still out of school. On December… Continue Reading →

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