Studying Hindi to become mandatory for Class 10 students of KV, CBSE affiliated schools

The students of Kendriya Vidyalayas and CBSE affiliated schools will soon have to study Hindi till class 10. The HRD Ministry is yet to respond to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) suggestion. Representative image           After President Pranab Mukherjee give in- principle approval” to a suggestion of a parliamentary panel, the students of Kendriya Vidyalayas and CBSE affiliated schools may have to study Hindi till class 10. The HRD Ministry is yet to respond to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) suggestion. As…

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‘Obeying traffic rules should become a lifestyle’

NAGPUR: Around 300 employees of IT companies pledged to observe traffic rules during an awareness campaign conducted by NGO Jeevan Suraksha Prakalp at IT Park, Parsodi on Monday. The NGO aims to eliminate the accidents caused due to human errors. Although, the NGO has been creating awareness about safety on streets for few years, they started off the New Year with a unique initiative. ‘Somwar ka Sankalp’ (Resolution for Monday) was the slogan promoted during the drive. President Raju Wagh said, “Every Monday, one should recall the pledge to follow…

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Squid may become favourite UK meal as seas become warmer

The traditional British fish supper could be replaced by the likes of squid as the waters around the UK’s shores grow warmer, say government scientists. Squid and fish that thrive in warmer waters, such as sardines and anchovies, are flourishing around the North Sea, according to fisheries data. Squid are now being caught at 60% of survey stations in the North Sea, compared with 20% in the 1980s. But the likes of cod are heading north, away from British waters. Dr John Pinnegar, of the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and…

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Embrace the Hygge lifestyle, become fitter and happier

They say it’s the little things in life that bring us the most joy. The Danish have incorporated this very message in their daily routine; no wonder they are ranked as amongst the happiest people in the world! In fact, they even have a term to describe this mood or philosophy. Called Hygge, this Nordic art of living is all about finding a deeper meaning and establishing a mindful connection with the world. You don’t need to live luxuriously or look for grand gestures; you just have to enjoy the…

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Ollie raises $4.4M to become the Sprig of dog food

Chicken, peas, beef, sweet potatoes and blueberries, the stuff of $40 meals in places like Hayes Valley and Greenwich Village — and starting today, also the stuff of dog food. Ollie, a new startup founded by Alex Douzet, Gabby Slome and Randy Jimenez, is aimed squarely at disrupting the premium pet food space by offering something like a Sprig orMaple for dogs. With a new $4.4 million round co-led by Primary Ventures and Lerer Hippeau Ventures, with participation from Canaan Partners, and others, Ollie hopes to deliver customized, healthy and natural meals to dog…

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Pakistan has become a hub of terrorism: Javadekar

Pakistan has become a hub of terrorism and is resorting to subversive activities as it cannot win an open war with India, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said today. His remark comes a day after terrorists suspected to be from Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammaed stormed an army base in Kashmir’s Uri, killing 18 soldiers and injuring 19 others. “Pakistan has become a big center of terrorism and is resorting to subversive activities as it cannot win an open war with India,” he said on the sidelines of a programme here. “Pakistan is encouraging…

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This Upside Down Cafe In Germany Is Really Trippy & Has Become A Rage On Social Media

After seeing the optical illusion of the world’s steepest street, Baldwin Street in New Zealand, we thought we’d seen it all. But that’s the interesting thing about this world, just when you think you’ve seen it all, it brings a better and crazier thing to you. And the Earth is full of such crazy things. Like this cafe in Wertheim, Germany, called the Toppels’ House. It’s owned by a fictitious family, the Toppels, who were clearly very high when building this place. Why? Because they mixed up the ceiling and…

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