ASSAM | Call for TET regularization

Assam TET teachers are upset with the Education minister Siddhartha Bhattacharya for comparing the teacher eligibility test (TET) certificates to driving licences while justifying the need for its renewal. As per reports, the teachers'

AN-32 To Stop Flying Over Mountains!

Following the June 3 crash of the IAF aircraft AN-32 in Arunachal Pradesh, which killed 13 persons on board, it is now almost certain that the IAF may curtail the role of the aircraft in extreme environments. Three senior IAF officials

Bamboo Bridge burnt in Mushalpur

A bamboo bridge has been burnt down by some miscreants in Bonbari in Baksa district on Sunday night. People condemned the incident of burning the bridge connecting Mushalpur Sadar-Odalbari. The communication between the two places has

Six Maoists Surrender in Jharkhand

In Jharkhand's Dumka district on Monday, six Maoists including two women commanders each carrying a bounty of Rs 5 lakh, surrendered before the police. "All six laid down their arms before Dumka Range Deputy Inspector General," stated a

Soldier Injured In LoC Ceasefire

Pakistan on Monday violated ceasefire on the Line of Control (LoC) in which an Indian Army soldier was injured in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district. The injured soldier was shifted to hospital. The Pakistan Army resorted to

Encephalitis Death Toll Touches 100

An official on Monday in Muzaffarpur said that so far at least 100 children have lost their lives due to acute encephalitis syndrome (AES). "Death toll due to acute encephalitis syndrome in Muzaffarpur has risen to 100,” informed Sunil

Bhuvi Ruled Out For Two-Three Matches

Indian Pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Bhuvi) on Sunday was ruled out for at least two matches of the Cricket World Cup 2019 after developing a niggle in his left hamstring during the clash against Pakistan. Bhuvi walked off the field without