AICTE will punish colleges if they give wrong information in prospectus

New Delhi: Expensive and flashy prospectus providing misleading information to students can now land technical institutions in trouble. With the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) revising its rules, technical institutions including management, engineering and others now need to upload the content of their prospectus, with correct information, on their websites. The institutes need to…

Jawaani janeman :ole ole 2.0 track is trending #4 on YouTube

OLE OLE 2.0 song hit 10 million views in 1 just day on youtube New upcoming Bollywood movie song ole ole is reached at 10 million views in just 1 day. SWAG Wahi Purana Firse Dil Deewana Bole “OLE OLE”! Presenting Saif Ali Khan’s revamped OLE OLE 2.0; set to re-define remakes. For the upcoming…

Birth certificates show two UP kids over 100 years old. Here’s why

Representational Image Two-year-old Sanket may not look it but he is 102-year-old, according to his birth certificate. Shubh (4) is 104. A Bareilly court recently ordered police to lodge a case against a village development officer and a village head who allegedly issued wrong documents after the children’s family refused to give them a bribe….

Prithviraj Chavan : Shiv Sena wanted to form govt with Congress, NCP in 2014

Former Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan’s statement that the Shiv Sena wanted to form a coalition government with the Congress and NCP after 2014 state elections has set off a political storm. In an interview with PTI, when asked what made the Congress join hands with the ideologically opposite Sena, Chavan said, ‘A similar situation emerged…

Premier League: Manchester City held by Palace, Arsenal and Spurs draw

On a standout day for the Premier League’s underdogs and English managers, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham all dropped points Saturday. Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City was held 2-2 by Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace, further boosting Liverpool’s title hopes, after Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham drew 0-0 with Nigel Pearson’s Watford. City’s draw means Liverpool can extend…

Punjab Assembly, second after Kerala, passes resolution against CAA

Punjab Assembly on Friday passed a resolution against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act that was cleared by Parliament last month, the second assembly after Kerala to call for scrapping the law.

Chief Minister Amarinder Singh later told reporters that his government would also move the Supreme Court against the CAA. Kerala had earlier this week joined the 60-odd petitioners who have already approached the top court against the law that lets the government fast-track citizenship request of people on grounds of religion.

The resolution said the citizenship law was ‘divisive and stands for everything opposed to a free and fair democracy, which must enshrine equality for all’.

JNU violence LIVE updates: VC stays away from HRD meeting; protests build up across country

JNU violence Live Updates: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday spoke to Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and requested him to call representatives from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) for discussions as protests against Sunday’s violence erupted across the country. Delhi Police, on the other hand, registered a case against unidentified people under the section of rioting and damage to property.

Gold prices today surge to record high, jump 1,800 per 10 gram in 2 days

Gold prices in India today surged to new highs, driven by a rally in global rates amid US-Iran tensions. On MCX, February gold futures surged 2.3% or ₹918 to a record high of ₹41,030 per 10 gram. On Friday, gold prices had surged over 2% or ₹850 per 10 gram. This takes two-day gain in gold prices in domestic markets to about ₹1,800 per gram as Middle East tensions increased the appeal of safe haven assets like gold. Silver rates also spiked today. Silver futures on MCX rose 2% or ₹947 to ₹48,474 per kg.