Five students killed in car-lorry collision in Tirupur

Five paramedical students on their way to the Nilgiris on a holiday travel were killed when their vehicle rammed into a cement-laden lorry from behind in Tirupur district early today, police said. Continue Reading

Public exam: Lifetime ban for impersonation

The Controller of Examination has listed 16 types of punishment for students who indulge in malpractices during the board exams. Continue Reading

Agitation protests over Citizenship Amendment Act in United Kingdom

Hundreds of students and representatives from diaspora and workers groups gathered outside the Indian High Commission in London on to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC).

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Anti-CAA stir: Javadekar asks students to maintain peace

Amid country-wide protests against the amended Citizenship Act, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar today appealed to the students to maintain peace and said the new legislation will not snatch any Indian’s citizenship. Continue Reading

CAA: Assam students in North America write to Modi

The recently enacted Citizenship Amendment Act will adversely impact people of Assam and the northeast, an association representing the Assamese community in North America said.

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Editorial: Way to go

The free of cost travel scheme for women in Delhi public buses began on Tuesday with the government led by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal saying it will ensure their safety and increase their role in the national capital’s economy. Continue Reading

Rahul meets youth on hunger strike against night traffic ban on Kerala NH

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today visited five youths sitting on a relay hunger strike for 10 days against the restriction on movement of vehicles on a national highway that passes through a tiger reserve in neighbouring Karnataka. Continue Reading

CBI to take over NEET impersonation case in Tamilnadu ?

With the highly controversial case of NEET impersonation getting murkier each passing day, sources say that the investigation could be handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Continue Reading

Speakers, students, staff greet Meena Muthiah on her 86th birthday

Age is not a requirement to wish people; all it needs is a good heart, remarked former State Information Commissioner Saradha Nambi Aarooran. She was speaking on the occasion of Chettinad Vidyashram founder and mentor Kumararani Meena Muthiah’s 86th birthday. Students and staff of the school along with speakers Parveen Sultana and Sukhi Sivam
gathered to celebrate the event on the school premises, Wednesday. Continue Reading