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  • Mumbai, teachers, Teachers protest, Azad Maidan, maharashtra state run schools, demands

    Mumbai: 300 teachers of state-run govt-aided schools protest over unfulfilled demands by state

    Mumbai: More than Over 300 teachers of all state-run government aided schools protested on Wednesday at Azad Maidan over various demands to be fulfilled by the state government. Teachers claimed they will continue to protest unless their demands are catered to before the start of this academic year as they have been suffering due to increasing corruption done by state education officers.

  • Mumbai: Parents to protest on shutting down of old school in Borivali

    Mumbai: Parents of students studying at Matushri Kashiben Vrajlal Valia International Vidyalaya (MKVVIV) School at Borivali (west) will protest to raise their demands before the state government. Over 2,500 students have been affected after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) withdrew its provisional affiliation of this school. In addition, parents claimed that these students are forcefully made to shift to a school situated in an unsafe environment.

  • Sant-Pujari Mahashang holds dharna at Bhopal

    Ujjain: Sant-Pujari Mahasangh staged a huge dharna at Bhopal for fulfillment of the demands. Thousand of sants lit their dhuni and sat around the same.

  • Guj Brahmins demand development commission, threaten statewide stir

    Gandhinagar : The Vijay Rupani-led BJP government’s troubles in Gujarat seemed set to multiply when the 62-lakh-strong Brahmin community in the state joined the clamour for a development commission for the community on Monday and punctuated their plea with a warning for a statewide stir if their demands are not conceded.

  • Karnataka Minister meets CM, says ready for probe

    Bengaluru : Amid demands for his resignation for allegedly looking at sleazy pictures on his mobile at a public function, Karnataka Minister Tanvir Sait on Sunday met Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and said he was ready to face any probe in the incident.

  • Snub For Mehbooba Militant, Local Or Outsider, Cannot Be Forgiven: Bjp

    Jammu: A day after Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti urged the police to make part of the mainstream the “local boys” who have joined militancy, the BJP on Saturday said militant, whether local or outsider, “cannot be forgiven” and has to be dealt with as law of land demands.

  • NCP demands Vijay Goel’s resignation over Jaisha marathon row

    New Delhi: The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Tuesday dubbed the abysmal treatment of marathoner O.P Jaisha at the Olympics held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, as shameful and demanded the resignation of Minister of State for Sports and Youth Affairs Vijay Goel.

  • Jats again threaten agitation in Haryana

    Chandigarh: The Jat community in Haryana on Monday threatened to relaunch its agitation for reservation and other demands if the state government and the Centre failed to accept their demands.

  • Oppn demands resignation of 5 ministers over graft charges

    Mumbai : Five ministers, against whom charges of corruption have been levelled, should immediately resign from the state cabinet and a judicial inquiry should be immediately lodged into cases against these ministers, the opposition demanded in both the houses of the legislative assembly on Tuesday.

  • India top in censoring Facebook content

    New York : India once again tops the list of countries where governments make the maximum number of demands to remove content from Facebook, according to a report released by the company, reports IANS.

  • Here’s why employees go to work even when ill

    London : High job demands, stress and insecurity are among the main reasons why people go to work even when they are not well and are advised to rest, new research indicates, reports IANS.

  • Didi accuses Centre of non-cooperation

    Gopiballavpur (WB) : Accusing the Centre of non-cooperation with her government, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday pointed out that despite repeated demands to rescue West Bengal from the debt trap, the Modi government has curtailed funds for various projects.

  • Stop demanding ban on us before court verdict: Sanatan

    Mumbai : Following demands for a ban on Sanatan Sanstha, the organisation on Monday held a conference in Pune and damned everyone who has accused the Sanstha of spreading hatred and terror.

  • Farmers extend their Rail Roko agitation till Oct 12

    Chandigarh: Rejecting ruling SAD’s appeal to call off their Rail Roko agitation, which has paralysed train services, farmers’ outfits on Saturday decided to extend their stir by another two days to press for their demands.

  • Truck union wants advance toll payment

    The union said the wait at toll nakas led to loss of fuel worth Rs 87,000 crore a year and without the wait, the trucks can make an extra trip every month . (more…)