800 Engineering colleges will shut down soon

The regulatory body from the government, AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) is all set to close more than 800 non-performing engineering colleges across the country. Actually, now no students come to these colleges for admiss…

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Doklam standoff ends as troops are withdrawn

Almost a month long diplomatic negotiations between India and China bears sweet fruit as both the countries reached a conclusion to disengage from the standoff location in Doklam. India has withdrawn its troops yesterday by the evening whil…

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India beats Sri Lanka by 9 Wickets

The first ODI of the five-match series was played at Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla on August 20. India under a new head coach, Ravi Shastri is touring Sri Lanka for three-Test series followed five one-day internationals a…

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Marital rape is not a criminal offense: Supreme Court

Putting conjectures to an end, and sparking a myriad of debates that are here to last; the Supreme Court declared that marital rape cannot be declared a criminal offense if the wife is above 15 years of age. How long will the Supreme Court …

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Drunken woman kisses constable on duty

Sometimes, a special incident becomes news worthy as well as special for some ones. On last Thursday, in Kolkata, a policeman who stopped a drunken woman from rash driving was showered with kisses and hugs. The tipsy woman was aged between …

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Arundhati Roy’s book listed for Booker prize

The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, the latest fiction book authored by Arundhati Roy has been shortlisted for this year’s Man Booker Prize. This is the second fiction after a gap of long 19 years by the author. The very first book God of Sma…

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