Watch: ‘Farmers’ bully and pounce on a young girl as she confronts Rakesh Tikait on Republic Day riots
When the girl questioned Rakesh Tikait over the Republic Day riots, farmer leaders on the stage snatched away the microphone from her
Jammu: Over 1,400 workers resign from Congress party’s NSUI, allege massive corruption, favouritism in elections
The NSUI leaders had apprised the party leadership about the corruption in the students' union and had also written a letter to Congress party interim chief Sonia Gandhi.
CM Yogi launches ‘Abhyudaya’ scheme to provide free coaching for competitive exams, over 4 lakh students register in 4 days
The Abhyudaya scheme is to help students who are unable to attend coaching classes for competitive exams due to financial issues.
Candidates arrive for JEE exams at various centres across India under strict social distancing and COVID-19 precautions
Students reach exam centres as JEE main exams begin today, Covid-19 precautions being followed.
Fact-check: Did PMO turn off comments on YouTube video for Mann Ki Baat to avoid students’ concerns over NEET-JEE?
Many social media users campaigning against the NEET-JEE exams claimed that the PMO had turned off comments because it did not want to face questions and anger of students over the NEET-JEE exams.
JEE and NEET debate: Greta Thunberg getting involved suggests there is big money behind destabilizing India
Why is a big brand like Greta Thunberg picking up the matter of NEET & JEE exam dates in India? How does it impact their bottomline?
Son of poor teacher in Nepal gets admission at IIM Ahmedabad, Indians come together to help with ‘high fees’
When twenty-four year old Aashik Jayswal, son of a poor teacher and farmer in Nepal, made it to IIMA, it was like his dream come true.
Mass Promotions of students due to Coronavirus lockdown: How an ‘Easy way out’ can tun into a “Way out”
The carrot of promotion which is being dangled in front of students to gain political momentum effectively divides students into two classes
Chinese state media claims Indian student from Kerala in China apologised after making offensive comments on the country
Chinese state media Global Times has reported that one Indian student, identified as only his last name 'Kadukkasseri' has apologised after making offensive comments on the Chinese.
US Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard urges Hindu students to find solace in Bhagavad Gita amidst such testing times
Tulsi Gabbard said that success could not be defined by the happiness one derived through service to the society.