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NO BIAS IN THE FILM INDUSTRY: RONIT

New Delhi, March 24 -- Actor Ronit Roy is among the very few actors who have managed to strike a balance between their television and Bollywood careers. Despite consistently working in Bollywood films since the '90s and playing some powerful roles in recent films such as Kaabil, Guddu Rangeela (2015) and 2 States (2014), Ronit is primarily considered a television actor for portraying strong characters on small screen.

Ask him if he was ever trea... Read More


HCL hiring Class XII students as software engineers: Report

New Delhi, March 24 -- In an attempt to hunt young talent and pip competitors who offer college placements, HCL Technologies Ltd is hiring students straight out of high school and training them to be IT professionals.

According to a Times of India report, HCL Technologies, India's fourth-largest software services exporter, is offering talented Class XII students with a background in science a starting salary of Rs 1.8 lakh per annum and train th... Read More


CM reviews preparations of Global Summit

Bhopal, March 24 -- Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reviewed preparations of Global Employment Skill Partnership Summit at Vidhan Sabha on Thursday. The summit will be held in the first week of July at Bhopal to explore employment opportunities.

About 1500 participants are expected to take part in the summit. Minister of State for Technical Education Deepak Joshi, Chairman Madhya Pradesh Rozgar Nirman Board Hemant Vijayrao Deshmukh and Chie... Read More


How to make Hot Basil Chicken Cups in simple steps

Dhaka, March 24 -- Love oriental cuisine? Subtle in taste and rich in flavour, more and more Indians are falling in love with food from not just China but as well as other South-Asian countries. And by far Japanese cuisine is gaining popularity.

Japanese food is known for its intricacies, precision, and amazing presentation. The South Asian cuisine has mesmerised the world with its appealing look, exotic taste and high health quotient. But often... Read More


Telangana: TSSTEP shows the way for preparing youth for communicative skills in English

Hyderabad, March 24 -- SHIKHA - is an on-line English learning course for youth, is now being piloted in Telangana State, thanks to pioneering initiatives undertaken by the Commissioner / Director, Youth Services & Managing Director, TSSTEP, Mr. Mohammed Abdul Azeem, I.A.S. This has been taken up as a pilot project under the head of " non-placement oriented skill development training program for youth, under the public society called Telangana St... Read More


Want to learn better? Take help from your peers, not your teachers

India, March 23 -- Students perform much better academically when the answer to their problems is provided by their peers rather than their teachers, finds a new study.

The research was published in the International Journal of Educational Research.

The researchers found that University students who were given a rationale for why learning is important from people similar to them - in this case actors posing as young professionals - wrote more e... Read More


Ronit Roy says he doesn't think Bollywood looks down upon television actors

India, March 23 -- Actor Ronit Roy is among the very few actors who have managed to strike a balance between their television and Bollywood careers. Despite consistently working in Bollywood films since the '90s and playing some powerful roles in recent films such as Kaabil, Guddu Rangeela (2015) and 2 States (2014), Ronit is primarily considered a television actor for portraying strong characters on the small screen.

Ask him if he was ever trea... Read More


Police foil MGNREGA employees protest

Jammu, March 23 -- Srinagar, Mar 23 (KNS): Police on Thursday foiled the protest march of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) employees and detained scores of its members after they tried to march towards Srinagar's commercial Hub, Lal Chowk.

They protesters including men and women assembled in Srinagar's Press Enclave and chanted slogans like 'we want justice'. They were demanding immediate regularization of their d... Read More


Medical careers at risk, MBBS students protest outside health minister's house, want justice

India, March 23 -- About 150 out of 519 MBBS students from various Indian medical colleges who were thrown out by the Medical Council of India (MCI) for violating Supreme Court orders on counselling before admissions protested outside Union health minister J P Nadda's residence on Wednesday.

A Supreme Court had in an order on September 28, 2016, directed that all admissions had to be done after counselling by the state governments.The students w... Read More


MGNREGA employees protest against Govt

Jammu, March 23 -- Srinagar, Mar 22 (KNS): The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) employees association on Wednesday staged protest against the government for 'failing to regularize them from past nine years.'

According to KNS correspondent, Muhammad Lateef Bhat, the employees assembled at Block office Pattan and chanted slogans like 'we want justice'. They were demanding regularization of their duties.

Talking to ... Read More