Nashville college taking pictures | 3 kids amongst 6 lifeless; suspect had drawn maps, finished surveillance
The suspect in a Nashville college taking pictures on March 27 had drawn an in depth map of the varsity, together with potential entry factors, and performed surveillance earlier than killing three college students and three adults within the newest in a collection of mass shootings in a rustic rising more and more unnerved by bloodshed in colleges.
Trinamool joins Cong.-led protest, however Uddhav’s get together aloof
In a zero-sum recreation, on the primary day of Parliament after disqualification of senior Congress chief and Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi, the Opposition ranks on March 27 gained an ally within the Trinamool Congress (TMC), which has thus far stayed away from all joint opposition occasions, however misplaced an previous ally Shiv Sena (Uddhav Thackeray), which, irked by Mr. Gandhi’s “denigrating” feedback on Savarkar, pulled again.
States suggested to undertake mock drills to make sure operational readiness of COVID-19 infrastructure
The Union Health Ministry on March 27 directed States and Union Territories to be on alert and guarantee preparedness for COVID-19 administration, in view of the rise in infections within the nation.
Students to get new NCERT textbooks after a niche of almost 20 years
After almost twenty years, college college students in any respect ranges will study from up to date textbooks to be launched within the 2024-25 tutorial 12 months, prime officers within the Ministry of Education (MoE) have stated. This is in step with the National Education Policy 2020 and National Curriculum Framework (NCF) launched in August 2022.
PPF, Sukanya Samriddhi Account rate of interest hike might stay elusive
Investors within the well-liked small saving schemes Public Provident Fund (PPF) and Sukanya Samriddhi Account (SSA), whose charges haven’t been hiked since January 2019, are unlikely to get increased returns anytime quickly, a prime authorities official has indicated.
Papers hurled at Lok Sabha Speakar’s chair as Congress MPs protest Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification
Dressed in black to protest the disqualification of Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, Opposition members within the Lok Sabha on Monday created an uproar by trooping into the Well, with two Congress members seen hurling papers in the direction of Speaker Om Birla’s chair.
Affinity check can’t be the litmus check to resolve a caste declare: SC
An affinity check can’t be the litmus check to resolve a caste declare, the Supreme Court has held in a judgment. A 3-judge Bench led by Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul stated an affinity check just isn’t a necessary a part of the method of the dedication of correctness of a caste or tribe declare in each case.
Bihar caste-based survey | 2nd part kind prepared, enumerators being skilled; statisticians fear about information integrity
With the second part of Bihar’s caste-based survey set to start from April 15, coaching of subject enumerators is on in full-swing. The cell app for use within the second part – Bijaga (Bihar Jaati Adharit Ganana) – is prepared, with 17 columns and an inventory of 214 caste names, and senior district officers in every district have been briefed on the shape.
Minority group leaders urge RSS chief to talk extra in opposition to assaults on Muslims
In a letter to Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat, distinguished Muslim leaders and intellectuals, who’re engaged in a dialogue with the organisation to bridge the communication hole between the minority group and the RSS, stated there was just about no let-up within the fixed barrage of hate speech, requires genocide and acts of violence in opposition to Muslims.
SC frees man on loss of life row after realising he was a minor on the time of crime 28 years in the past
The Supreme Court on March 27 launched a loss of life row convict who spent greater than 28 years in jail for the grotesque homicide of 5 ladies and two kids on realising that he was simply over 12 years previous on the time of the crime in 1994.
Netanyahu delays judicial overhaul after mass protests
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday introduced a delay in his judicial overhaul plan, saying he needed to provide time to hunt a compromise over the contentious package deal together with his political opponents.