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JNU teachers to observe a day’s hunger strike

New Delhi : The Jawaharlal Nehru University Teachers Association (JNUTA) will observe a hunger strike on Tuesday against the university administration on various issues,...

New educational app rewards users with real cash

Seoul : South Korea-based educational startup BeNative has launched CashEnglish, an app that rewards users with real cash for playing educational games. The app is...

Modi is anti-Dalit, anti-student: Rohith Vemula’s mother

New Delhi : Dalit research scholar Rohith Vemula's mother on Wednesday described Prime Minister Narendra Modi as being "anti-Dalit" and "anti-students". Speaking during a protest...

IMRC provides relief to 42 fire-affected labourer families in Duddukuru, Andhra Pradesh

By Raqib Hameed Naik Andhra Pradesh: On Monday April 4, Sheikh Saleem, 35, a labourer was working in a nearby stone crushing site...

Rohith Vemula’s brother to get job: Delhi government

New Delhi : The Delhi government said on Wednesday it would give a job to the brother of Dalit research scholar Rohith Vemula of...

जामिया का यौम-ए-तासीस, तालीमी मेला और उसका मक़सद

अफ़रोज़ आलम साहिल, TwoCircles.net जामिया मिल्लिया इस्लामिया ने पूरे आन, बान व शान के साथ आज अपना 96वां ‘यौम-ए-तासीस’ (फाउंडेशन डे) मनाया. पूरी जामिया बिरादरी...

For Assamese media, every Muslim is a potential terrorist

By Aban Abrar Biplob for TwoCircles.net The recent terrorist attack in Dhaka, allegedly by the Islamic State (ISIS), has seen the Assam Government...

Manipur Inner Line Permit row: Count of students arrested reaches 30

By Imphal Free Press for Twocircles.net IMPHAL, May 31: At least 30 student protestors have been arrested so far during ILPS related protests and scores...

Achyuta Samanta and the role of KISS in empowering Odisha’s tribals

By Rajaraman Sundaresan for TwoCircles.net Between democracy and development as an idea, one feels that democracy in many ways has taken a back seat....

‘Need campaign through short films, documentaries again terrorism’

Jaipur : Union Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Monday said that there was a need for a campaign through...

NHRC notice to Tamil Nadu over farmer’s suicide

New Delhi : The National Human Rights Commission on Monday issued notice to Tamil Nadu over the suicide of a farmer following humiliation by...

Protests again rock Hyderabad varsity

Hyderabad : Protests both on and outside the campus rocked Hyderabad Central University (HCU) on Wednesday, demanding immediate removal of Vice Chancellor P. Appa...

Delhi HC to hear another sedition plea against Kanhaiya

New Delhi: A petition was filed in the Delhi High Court on Tuesday seeking action against JNU Students' Union president Kanhaiya Kumar on a...

NHRC notice to West Bengal over lack of water in girls school

New Delhi, : The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Wednesday issued a notice to the West Bengal government over the possibility of closure...

IMRC to establish 10 skill development centers in six districts of Bihar

By Raqib Hameed Naik, TwoCircles.net Bihar: In order to enhance the skills of youth in Bihar, US-based Indian Muslim Relief and Charities (IMRC)...

Ten US doctors to volunteer for IMRC’s health initiative to treat the needy

By TCN News The seventh annual India Health Initiative by US-based India Muslim Relief and Charities IMRC to provide medical services to economically...

Union cabinet approves six new IITs

New Delhi : The union cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday gave ex-post facto approval to a law on setting up...

Won’t accept JNU inquiry report: Student union

New Delhi : The JNU Students Union on Thursday said it won't accept an inquiry committee report into the happenings in the campus as...

Model polling station for Bengal’s leprosy colony inmates

Kolkata : As many as 320 voters of a leprosy colony in West Bengal's Bankura district will have access to upgraded facilities like battery-operated...

Journalist injured in stone pelting in Kashmir

Srinagar : A Kashmiri journalist was injured when a group of protesters hurled stones on the cars of media persons travelling back to Srinagar...