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Uttar Pradesh gets swiped by icy winds, Lucknow schools closed

Due to the intense cold in the month of January, the state of Uttar Pradesh has been swiped by icy winds, resulting in closing of the schools in Lucknow. “The winds have pushed down the temperature below normal at a number of places in the state,” the Met office told PTI. MINIMUM TEMPERATURE IN UP RECORDED YESTERDAY The minimum temperature ... Read More »

Women above 25 can now travel to Saudi Arabia without a companion

spokesperson for the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH) stated that women aged 25 and over can be granted a tourist visa to go to Saudi Arabia alone. The move gives freedom to women to visit Saudi Arabia without the need of a family member or companion as it was before. But women under 25 do need to ... Read More »

Paris CARNAGE: Riots on the streets as students clash with police over Macron reforms

students took to the streets of Paris on Wednesday against Macron’s proposed reforms to higher education.The protests resulted in Paris police attempting to disperse crowds with tear gas as they protested against the French Government’s decision to change the university acceptance procedures in France. French President Emmanuel Macron announced plans for university reforms but French student unions said the plan ... Read More »

Here are a few tips for MBA students who wish to make the most out of business school

fter scoring grades, going through the best of preparations and examinations when you finally get to attend the desired management college, it becomes relevant to keep up with the same determination and hard work throughout the college semesters. Even if many students successfully score the highest of percentiles, it still won’t affect one’s transition period in college. The decisions and ... Read More »

Death bowling concerns for unbeaten NZ

New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson has called on his bowlers to be more accurate in the final overs as they look to take an unbeatable lead over Pakistan in the third One-day International in Dunedin on Saturday. New Zealand are already 2-0 in the five-match series but Williamson is not completely happy, especially with the bowling to lower-order batsmen. Pakistan ... Read More »

JAC Date Sheet 2018 released for Class 10 and Class 12: How and where to check from

The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) has recently released the date sheet for annual secondary (Class 10) and Intermediate (Class 12) examinations on its official website. DATE AND TIME FOR THE EXAMS According to the schedule mentioned on the website, both class 10 and class 12 annual exams will start from March 8 While the Class 10 exams will be finished ... Read More »

Why Delay In Recruiting 1540 Special Educators: Delhi High Court To AAP Government

The Delhi High Court today sought the AAP government’s response over alleged delay in filling up 1540 posts of special educators in municipal schools here. The Delhi High Court today sought the AAP government’s response over alleged delay in filling up 1540 posts of special educators in municipal schools here. A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice ... Read More »

Seasonal Influenza Outbreak Causes Unknown In Southern Punjab

The seasonal influenza (H1N1) outbreak has turned into an epidemic in Southern Punjab cities and killed 18 citizens so far since December last, while the Punjab government has declared emergency in all hospitals after the situation entered into critical dimension. Families of victims complained that no vaccination counter could be established at Nishtar Hospital for public vaccination due to lack ... Read More »

AFP January 12, 2018 Share Breast cancer gene does not boost risk of death: study

Young women with the BRCA gene mutation that prompted actress Angelina Jolie´s pre-emptive and much-publicised double mastectomy are not more likely to die after a breast cancer diagnosis, scientists said Friday. In fact, they may have a “survival advantage” over non-carriers if diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer, a form that is particularly hard to treat, a team wrote in the ... Read More »

After Tragedies, a Call to Change Greek Life’s Culture

A national organization representing hundreds of thousands of sorority members in the U.S. has issued a “call for critical change” in Greek social life and pledged to develop a set of recommendations to improve campus safety. “The campus tragedies our fraternity and sorority communities have experienced in recent months reinforce that we have an obligation and duty to redouble our ... Read More »