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  • bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, Minor girl, molestation, school bus conductor, crime

    Student’s molestation: Parents stage protest in Charkop school

    Mumbai: Charkop police, who are probing the molestation case of a 12-year-old student, has hit a rough patch with a long weekend. While police are yet to identify the accused boys who committed the crime, they suspect the students might have gone underground. On Saturday, parents staged a huge protest demanding justice and removal of the principal.

  • Respect for Parents Day today: Parents are like god who work for our betterment

    Indore: No matter how much do we quarrel with them, parents stand by our side and work towards our betterment in every possible way. Understanding their needs and caring for parents become essential after they retire from their vocation. Recognising importance and contribution of their parents, people shared their stories and feelings with Free Press on ‘Respect for Parents Day’. Respect for Parents day is observed on August 1 annually as a

  • Mumbai: Schools to notify parents through SMS if kids don’t attend classes

    Mumbai: Parents of students studying in all schools of the state will be notified via a text message (SMS) if their wards do not attend classes from this academic year. Parents have welcomed this move but schools claimed that it may lead to panic among guardians.

  • mumbai, parents, children, exams,educationalists, how to reduce high marks pressure

    Mumbai: Parents shouldn’t pressurise children to score high marks, say educationists

    Mumbai: “It’s not about just high marks,” claimed educationists while advising parents not to pressurise their children to score high marks in board examinations. High marks do not define a student’s potential but skill, talent and areas of interest are the driving force of a students career as per experts.

  • bombay high court, lower courts, summons, notices, modern ways, technology, email, whatsapp

    Demanding cooker from parents of bride cannot be considered dowry: Bombay High Court

    Mumbai: The Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court recently held that demanding a cooker from parents of a bride cannot be considered a dowry demand. The court also observed that in-laws of a bride cannot be convicted for dowry demand or dowry death only because she died an unnatural death and within seven years of her marriage.

  • Delhi: 26-year-old man kills parents to marry Facebook friend

    New Delhi: A 26-year-old man allegedly killed his parents, after they denied him permission to marry a woman who he befriended on Facebook, in southeast Delhi’s Jamia Nagar, the police said on Tuesday.

  • Mumbai, Shardasham School, Parents, School, SSC, ICSE, Dadar

    Mumbai: Parents pressurise state to initiate probe in Shardashram school decision

    Mumbai: In an attempt to prevent state-run schools from shifting to private or international boards, the state education department has established a scrutiny board to inquire the decision of Shardashram Vidyamandir, Dadar. Parents protested as Shardashram school recently decided to shift from Secondary School Certificate (SSC) to Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) board.

  • Mumbai, Teachers, Zilla Parishad, International Zilla Parishad schools, Anganwadi, ZP, Kindergarten

    Mumbai: Parents and students in fix as city schools shift from SSC to other boards

    Mumbai: Parents and students are in a fix as schools are shifting to private boards from Secondary School Certificate (SSC) during this crucial time of admissions. State-run schools are starting Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) or Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) programmes in order to tackle the adversity of lack of funds.

  • mumbai, 50000 students, rte, Right To Education, Admission, unaided schools

    RTE admissions: Parents, schools and Maharashtra government start playing blame game

    Mumbai: Private unaided schools have been informed by the education department to award ongoing admissions through Right to Education (RTE), but schools claimed they have not been paid the pending reimbursement amount. The state education department claimed there will be legal procedures if schools deny RTE admissions to any student.

  • Uttar Pradesh: Man beats up wife for dowry, sends video to in-laws

    Shahjahanpur (UP): A woman in Lakhimpur Kheri district was hung from a ceiling hook and brutally thrashed for dowry by her husband, who send a video of the incident to her parents, police said on Monday. The woman has been brought back to her parent’s house here and a case registered against her husband and four others, Circle Officer (CO) Sunil Kumar Shukla said.

  • Vacation Time! Summer fun for the little ones

    As a parent are you still grappling to find a meaningful engagement to keep your kid busy this summer vacation? Look no further. Shillpi a Singh list of some activities to make it fun-filled for them  

  • Sexual assault: Activist writes open letter to school trustee

    Mumbai : Reacting to an article published in an English tabloid in connection with a case of alleged sexual assault on a three-year-old girl of a renowned school in suburban Andheri, Reva Kakar, Member, Parents for Action against Abuse (PAA), has wrote an open letter to Ruth Mehta, Trustee of the school.

  • Maharashtra, 13 zilla parishad schools, international curriculam, state board, june, ZP, MIEB, Maharashtra International Education Board

    Mumbai: Entire Std IX class fails, parents allege school doesn’t have permission for Std IX and X

    Students and parents are in a state of shock when they came to know that an entire 9th standard class has been failed. Almost around 26 students from The Good Shepherd School, at Santosh Nagar in Goregaon, have failed in Std IX. The parents were even allegedly told that the school does not have permission to run Standards IX and X classes and so can’t provide leaving certificates.

  • Ujjain: 3-year-old kidnapped from Pushkar back with parents after 16 days

    Ujjain: Lakshya Kumar, 3, who was kidnapped from Pushkar on March 12 was reunited with his parents on Wednesday at Matra Chhaya Bhawan of Seva Bharti. Lakshya was kidnapped by his father’s friend Salim and was found at Ujjain railway station in Pune Indore train by GRP. He was then sent to Child Line Seva Pushpa Mission and from there he was later sent to Matra Chhaya.