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Daily feedback mechanism on impact of Kalvi Channel working well for teachers

Timely supply of free text books coupled with the daily-feedback mechanism initiated by the School Education Department that requires teachers to update data pertaining to the content completion through watching Kalvi TV Channel in the Education Management Information System (EMIS) portal has apparently infused confidence among school heads that the entire portions could be covered this year even if the ...

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Engineering stream of EAMCET held

The first day of the engineering stream test of the Telangana EAMCET started smoothly without any hiccups and 50,134 candidates (91.18%) out of 54,983 registered candidates appeared in both the morning and afternoon sessions. In the morning session, 20,363 out of 21,801 registered candidates in Telangana and 4,718 out of 5,655 registered candidates in Andhra Pradesh appeared. In the afternoon ...

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‘Why Delhi lawyers when AG and GPs are here?’

Taxpayers’ money cannot be used to pay huge amounts of fees to fight contempt cases: Congress AICC spokesperson Dasoju Sravan Kumar has questioned whether Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has lost faith in the Advocate General and other legal officers to fight cases while engaging the services of lawyers from New Delhi. In a statement here, he said that the ...

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Three held for cheating

The three persons belonging to New Delhi were arrested by the Crime Branch CID for online cheating. P. Kannaiyan (48) of Chinnakulathupalayam in Vengamedu received an SMS on his mobile that his mobile phone had won a prize of $10,00,000 in 2014. Subsequently the unknown accused approached Kannaiyan and asked him to remit ₹ 9,20,000 in two bank accounts to ...

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Safety nets and red flags placed at Malpe beach

The measure is to warn tourists not to venture into the Arabian Sea which is rough during the monsoon   The leaseholder of Malpe Beach Tourism in Udupi district has erected nets and red flags along the beach warning tourists not to venture into the rough Arabian Sea. The move comes in the backdrop of repeated incidents of drowning involving ...

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29 ministers to take oath, no Deputy CM in Karnataka Cabinet

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai announced that 29 legislators will be sworn in as ministers at 2.15 p.m. on August 4 at Raj Bhavan in Bengaluru. This will leave four more slots to be filled. He said the party high command had directed that there will be no Deputy Chief Minister in his Cabinet, unlike under his predecessor B.S. Yediyurappa who ...

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Police seize seize bronze idol from a house in Chennai

The Idol Wing Police, on receiving a tip-off, inspected the house of a retired government officer and seized the Lakshmi Amman idol The Idol Wing Police seized a bronze idol of Lakshmi Amman from a retired government officer’s house in Triplicane on Tuesday. A senior official of the Idol Wing police said a tip-off was received from a source that ...

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NIA team visits former MLA’s house

Part of probe into alleged links with youths who are associated with terrorist organisations   A team of officials from National Investigation Agency (NIA), led by an officer of the rank of Deputy Inspector General of Police, visited the house of former MLA B.M. Idinabba in Ullal on August 4. The visit was stated to be in connection with the ...

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