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Rare British-rule records and Mughal-era 'farmans' to be digitised

PRAYAGRAJ , June 25 -- The Regional Archives Department is all set to carry out digitisation of rare records under a pilot project slated to take off in the next few months. These records, numbering ... Read More


British-rule records, Mughal era 'farmans' to be digitised

PRAYAGRAJ , June 25 -- The Regional Archives Department is all set to carry out digitisation of rare records under a pilot project slated to take off in the next few months. These records, numbering a... Read More


After searing summer, prepare for wilting winter

PRAYAGRAJ , June 18 -- For nearly a month this summer, the mercury on maximum scale remained above 44 degree Celsius in Prayagraj. However, it is not just the extreme summer; residents should be prepa... Read More


UP Board plans to lift its game, bring it on a par with other boards

India, June 18 -- The UP Board is all set to undergo a major revamp in a bid to raise educational standards on a par with other educational boards of the country. In an interview conducted over the ph... Read More


Affiliation of 'dubious' schools with zero per cent results to be cancelled

PRAYAGRAJ, June 17 -- The 165 schools which registered zero results besides 388 schools which registered 20 per cent result in UP Board's 2019 High School and Intermediate examinations would face term... Read More


Nature signals weather disturbance in coming years

PRAYAGRAJ, June 16 -- The ongoing heat wave will continue till June 21, the day the Sun would end its northern journey. June 21, will also be the longest day in the northern hemisphere with 14 hours o... Read More


Will Akshaywat in Prayagraj remain open after June 30?

PRAYAGRAJ, June 16 -- Uncertainty prevails over whether the Army will grant extension of permission to devotees viewing the sacred banyan tree, 'Akshaywat', and Saraswati Koop. Situated inside Akbar's... Read More


Will Akshaywat remain open after June 30?

PRAYAGRAJ, June 16 -- Uncertainty prevails over whether the Army will grant extension of permission to devotees viewing the sacred banyan tree, 'Akshaywat', and Saraswati Koop. Situated inside Akbar's... Read More


AU Centre for study on Indian Diaspora on cards

PRAYAGRAJ, June 15 -- The Centre for Diaspora Studies is to be established in the Allahabad University which will study various facets relating to the Indian Diaspora, including reasons for migration,... Read More


Acute shortage of teachers hits govt aided schools

Prayagraj, June 14 -- Acute shortage of teachers in government aided secondary schools in the state has affected teaching in such schools in Prayagraj district as schools with 700 to 800 students have... Read More