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Abuse survivor who's now the first legal port of call

India, March 5 -- Lawyer Simranjeet Kaur Gill, 34, says she chose to stay back in Mohali when her family moved to Canada a decade ago. "I've survived child abuse, and knew that I had to work within th... Read More


Delhi's Miranda House to start training course for aspiring women politicians

India, March 5 -- From April, Delhi University's Miranda House is planning to start a three-month certificate programme for training young women interested in joining politics at the state and nationa... Read More


School files complaint against parent for 'forging' Covid-19 report

India, March 4 -- New Delhi A school in north Delhi on Thursday filed a police complaint against the parent of a student for "forging" Covid test report and showing their child to have tested positiv... Read More


Parents concerned about learning loss among young kids

India, Feb. 16 -- With schools restarting in-person classes for students in a staggered manner, experts have put forward a host of suggestions for when classes are resumed for younger children, so tha... Read More


Delhi govt schools to focus on weak Class 10, 12 students

India, Feb. 15 -- With less than three months to go for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board examination for students of classes 10 and 12, teachers and principals of Delhi government... Read More


Despite clearing NEET, why government school students set to reappear for test again

India, Feb. 14 -- Even though 569 students from Delhi government schools cleared the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) last year, data compiled by the government shows that only around 10%... Read More


Schools focused on learning story

India, Feb. 12 -- With less than three months to go for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board examination for students of classes 10 and 12, teachers and principals of Delhi government... Read More


Day after chakka jam, protest spots are back online

New Delhi, Feb. 8 -- A day after farmers organised a nationwide "chakka jam" for three hours on national highways demanding the repeal of the farm laws and protesting the arrests of farmers, frequent ... Read More


No net, no problem: How farmers at Delhi borders worked their way around internet shutdowns

India, Feb. 7 -- A day after farmers organised a nationwide "chakka jam" for three hours on national highways demanding the repeal of the three new farm laws and protesting the arrests of farmers, fre... Read More