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Prof. Vepa Rao, Renowned journalist, educationist passes away

Shimla: Prof. Vepa Rao, a renowned journalist and educationist passed away on Monday following prolonged illness at 76. Prof. Rao passed away during his treatment in a hospital in Hyderabad. He worked with renowned newspapers, including The Tribune,…

World’s largest book fair kicks off in Frankfurt

Frankfurt: The 74th Frankfurt Book Fair, the largest of its kind in the world, has opened here. The book fair is projected to draw roughly 4,000 exhibitors from 95 countries and regions. It began on Tuesday. The organizers stressed that the book…

Nation witnessing holistic development: Dr Subhas Sarkar

Srinagar: Union Minister of State for Education, Dr Subhas Sarkar on Friday said that the nation is witnessing holistic development and progressing in every field under the leadership of Prime Minister Narinder Modi. The minister on his visit to…

Prez. Droupadi Murmu to visit IIT Guwahati on Thursday

Guwahati: President Droupadi Murmu will visit the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati campus on Thursday during her visit to Assam. Murmu will be on a two-day visit to the northeastern state which will be her first since assuming the…

P Sainath back with a new book, after two decades

Kolkata: Penguin Random House India has announced the acquisition and publication of eminent writer and Journalist P Sainath’s upcoming book on India’s freedom struggle, titled The Last Heroes. The book is scheduled for release on November 21 from…

St. Stephans: from College to School education

New Delhi/Sonepat: St. Stephen's College is moving towards Haryana after making a huge contribution in the field of education and nation building since 1881 in Delhi. It was established by the Cambridge Mission, also known as the Delhi Brotherhood…

Sitharaman: TN even now discourages Sanskrit

Bengaluru: Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Thursday raked up a major controversy by saying that Sanskrit was discouraged in Tamil Nadu during her school and college days, and thought it was discouraged even today. "I will begin with my…

India’s pace of progress is unprecedented’

Pune: India’s pace of progress is unprecedented, it is growing in Economic, Strategic and Cultural Spaces hence many western countries are keen to tie up with India, Consul-General for Australia in Mumbai, department of Foreign Affairs and Trade…

Kashmir Univ. offers admission to foreign students

Srinagar: Bringing in a fresh policy initiative Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences & Technology of Kashmir (SKUAST-K) on Monday announced the opening of admissions to foreign and domestic students for UG & PG Programs for the…

Netaji among rare breed of patriots: Govind Thakur

Hamirpur (HP): Stating that there are rare patriots like Netaji Subhash Chander Bose, HP Education Minister, Govind Thakur said on Monday that a big statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose would be installed in Hamirpur Government College. Thakur said…