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Vice principal thrashes Class 7 student 31.1.2017
The vice principal of a private school thrashed a Class 7 student black and blue for not bringing textbooks and notebooks to the school. The incident occurred at Don Bosco school in the city on Monday.

According to Javed, vice principal Dominique beat up his son, Mohammed Saif, so severely that the boy had bruises on his thigh. He said Saif had been beaten up similarly in the past also. "The vice principal has thrashed 8-10 students similarly. When I questioned him, he tendered an apology. But there is no meaning in beating students black and blue and later tendering an apology," Javed said. He added that the officials from the Education department too visited the spot after coming to know of the incident.
DH News Service
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State against all-India test for engg admissions 31.1.2017
Higher Education Minister Basavaraj Rayareddy on Tuesday said Karnataka is against a common entrance test for admission to undergraduate engineering courses as proposed by the Centre. The Centre or All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has so far not sought Karnataka's opinion on the proposed Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)-Main across the country for all technical institutes from 2018, he said. The AICTEwill formulate regulations making it mandatory for all technical institutions to accept JEE-Main scores for admitting students. This is planned to avoid multiple tests for getting an engineering seat. Rayareddy said, "The Common Entrance Test conducted by Karnataka is working well. Why the Centre or AICTE should take over the exams? In a federal system, states should have freedom to function. Anyway, the Centre has not sought the opinion of Karnataka. We will convey our opinion when sought." Director of Technical Education HUTalwar said, "The Centre or AICTE has not issued any guidelines ...
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3- day green banking conference to discuss demonetisation, remonetisation issues 31.1.2017
Department of Commerce, University College, will organise a three-day international conference on 'Green Banking: Perceptions and Challenges', at Nandini Hall, NGObuilding near the college at Hampankatta in the city from February 1 at 9.30 am. The banking sector can play an intermediary role between economic development and environmental protection, by promoting environmentally sustainable and socially responsible investment. The banking of this kind can be termed as 'Green Banking.' The themes to be discussed are banking in the global environment, banking and information technology, green banking product and services, green banking infrastructure, green banking initiatives, green banking: problems and prospects, Indian banking transformation through green banking, future of green banking in India, empowerment of bank through green banking, role of RBI in green banking and bank management and commerce related issues. Inaugural session State Bank of Mysore DGM Giridhar S will inaugurate the conference, ...
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Caterpillar attack on coconuts: awareness drive from today 31.1.2017
Scientists of CPCRI and officials of Horticulture and Agriculture departments and Krishi Vigyan Kendra have decided to launch an awareness drive on February 1 for farmers about biological control of coconut black-headed leaf-eating caterpillars. As the outbreak of the pest is affecting coconut palms in Mangaluru and Kasargod district in Kerala greatly, the release of parasitoids will be demonstrated in the affected coconut gardens near Thokkottu. A meeting with scientists of the CPCRI, Department of Horticulture (Karnataka), the officials of the state Agriculture Department (both Kerala and Karnataka) Krishi Vigyan Kendra of Kasargod and Dakshina Kannada held a meeting at CPCRI, Kasargod, on Monday, to prepare an action plan for management of the coconut black-headed leaf-eating caterpillar outbreak. Sporadic outbreak of the attack of black-headed caterpillar, Opisina Arenosella Walker, on coconut trees in the Thokkottu-Ullal area in Mangaluru has been noticed in the last few months. The infested coconut ...
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Note ban curbed many ills: Survey 31.1.2017
Stressing that demonetisation was aimed at signalling a regime change, the Economic Survey 2016-17 on Tuesday said the note ban was instrumental in curbing many ills, including real estate prices. Demonetisation can have profound impact on the real estate sector. In the past, much of the black money accumulated was ultimately used to evade taxes on property sales, the Survey said. While the Survey did not rule out short-term pain due to demonetisation, it said long-term benefits were immense. "These may not necessarily manifest in the next six months but evidence should start trickling in over a one-year horizon and beyond. And it is not difficult to identify the future markers of success," the Survey said. It brought out changes in the use of digital payment methods across the three categories of digital access identified earlier, namely smart phone users, regular phone users and the phoneless. The second advantage of demonetisation would be a decline in the cash to GDP ratio as more saving is ...
President's address 'best speech' covering government policies: Modi 31.1.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday described President Pranab Mukherjee's address to the joint session of Parliament as "best speech" describing government policies, informed sources said.
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Black money holders also hit by note-ban: Economic Survey 31.1.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Examining the government's recent demonetisation measure to combat black money, the Economic Survey for 2017 presented on Tuesday said though India's lower middle class and rural population may have been the worst hit by move, black money holders also suffered in the process.
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Men and machines fight black wave 31.1.2017 TOI: Chennai
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Rediscovering a forgotten lensman in British India 31.1.2017 TOI: Chennai
Tech firms to fight Trump's immigration order in court 31.1.2017 All International Stories
Amazon and Expedia made declarations supporting a lawsuit filed against the Trump administration
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Using sun to get pure water, cheap 31.1.2017 BusinessLine - Science
Researchers have developed a solar-powered purifier that could provide a highly efficient and inexpensive way to turn contaminated water into potable water for personal use. The device could help a...
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Workers erect huts on estate 31.1.2017 Hindu: News
A group of workers on Tuesday erected huts on a private tea estate at Mepadi in Wayanad district in protest against the apathy of the management in lifting the lockout declared four months ago.The ma...
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Black carbon level in city about5 times higher than WHO limits 31.1.2017 Hindu: News
High vehicular emission levels have created pollution hotspots in city
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No 'hand'shake for President 31.1.2017 Business Standard: Opinion & Analysis
Congress leaders have been guarded about commenting on speeches by the President
Ribbon eyeliner is the new obsession for fashionistas 31.1.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Ribbon eyeliner is the new obsession for fashionistas
Karnataka HC: Bengaluru hookah joint granted 30 days time by Karnataka HC to respond | Bengaluru News - Times of India 31.1.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Karnataka HC: Bengaluru hookah joint granted 30 days time by Karnataka HC to respond | Bengaluru News - Times of India
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Survey pitches for bringing land, real estate under GST 31.1.2017 Rediff: Business
The fiscal gains from implementing the GST and demonetisation, while almost certain to occur, will probably take time to be fully realised
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UP election 2017: BJP Manifesto a bundle of lies, says Raj Babbar 31.1.2017 India Today| Must Read
The Congress leader demanded to know if the BJP will compensate the families that lost their livelihood and family members during the two-month long demonetisation crisis.
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Maharashtra top cop Maria retires, says will pen memoirs 31.1.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Maharashtra's Director General of Police (Home Guards) Rakesh Maria retired on Tuesday after putting in 36 years of distinguished service and said he plans to pen his memoirs.
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JNU student faints during hunger strike 31.1.2017 All News-IANS Stories
A JNU student, on hunger strike for the last one week, was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) after he collapsed during a slogan shouting duel with the rival student parties on Monday.
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