Sudden rise in farm fires, air quality levels may hit emergency in Delhi

Air pollution loitered between ‘very poor’ and ‘serious’ levels in the national capital on Saturday and endangered to enter the ‘emergency’ category even as officials in Punjab reported a big spike in farm fires after Diwali. According to pollution forecasting agencies, the air is likely to diminish over the next 2 days since the wind […]

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DU should have paid maternity leave for ad-hoc teachers, advice by university panel

A Delhi University panel has recently given its advice for its women ad-hoc teachers working in the university. On November 1, 2018, the Regulation Amendment Committee has advised that the ad hoc teachers must be allowed paid maternity leaves. The committee which consists of 20 members including 4 principals and 7 academic council members besides […]

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21 years old DU Aspirant commits suicide

In yet another shocking incident, a 21 year old female aspirant, who was pursuing her post-graduation from Delhi University, committed suicide at her residence on Monday, police said. Deputy commissioner of Police Nupur Prasad said the woman was in a relationship with a boy living in their neighbourhood but her family was against it. The […]

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Delhi’s National Law varsity acts after sexual molestation accusations

As the #MeToo movement boosts strength across the country, with women describing their anguish of sexual molestation on social media, the National Law University Delhi (NLUD) has found itself in its embrace. After various girls enclosed their accounts on Facebook— which have now been deleted — the university has taken measures to address the issue, said […]

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GLOBAL INTERNET SHUTDOWN IN NEXT 48 HOURS : REPORTS

Some internet users may face network problems over next 48 Hours Internet users across the globe may experience extensive network problems as the key domain servers are engaged to endure normal maintenance over the next 48 hours. Today Russia reported that global internet users might experience network connection problems as the main domain servers and […]

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Pinjra Tod blasts varsity gate over DU hostel curfew timings

The aspirant cumulative Pinjra Tod on Monday produce a protest against the curfew in hostel timings for women aspirants of Delhi University. Asking the aspirants to join an night-long sit-in at North Campus, the cumulative said no action had been taken on a note that it had submitted to the DU VC last week. When […]

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DU’s New Aspirant President From ABVP endured Fake Degree, Says Thiruvalluvar University

In more trouble for Ankiv Basoya, the registrar of Thiruvalluvar University has written to Tamil Nadu’s principal secretary of education, affirming that the newly elected DUSU president was never registered in the university. In the letter, the registrar affirmed: “I hereby submit that Mr Ankiv Basoya has not registered in our University or in any […]

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DU meeting over regularization of ad-hoc teachers

On Monday, a high-powered DU bureau will be holding a meeting to discuss about the assimilation of ad-hoc teachers. Proof. Hansraj Suman, a member of bureau, said a large number of teachers were working in the varsity on an ad-hoc basis. The meeting on Monday will see a analysis or engrossing them and their promotion. […]

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DU to committee to decide action on chemistry HoD today

Delhi University’s executive council (EC) will decide on the corrective action against chemistry department head Ramesh Chandra, who is facing sexual harassment accusations, on September 27. The EC’s meeting after 6 months. Chandra was blamed of sexual harassment by an ad hoc teacher and the matter was sent to the internal complaint committee (ICC). After a extended delay, […]

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2-day camps at Delhi colleges to enroll first-time electors

To enroll a maximum number of youngsters turning 18 by January 1, 2019, as electors, the election commission will arrange special camps on September 27 and 28 at colleges and technical institutions in the capital next week. The camps, said officials, will give the worthy people another chance to get themselves registered in the electoral […]

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