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Kerala News

British Council and Kerala Government to collaborate in the field of education

Kochi: As part of British Council’s 70 Years celebrations in India, British Council Director for India, Alan Gemmell OBE along with Dominic Asquith British High Commissioner and Janaka Pushpanathan, Director British Council South India, met with Shri. Pinarayi Vijayan, Hon. Chief Minister of Kerala, at his office. The British Council signed a MoU with the Government of Kerala to strengthen educational cooperation in the coming months which will reaffirm British Coun

National News

Modi, KCR diluted tribal rights law: Rahul Gandhi

Bhoopalpally/Armoor: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao of "diluting the Tribal Rights Act to the detriment of forest dwellers. Addressing an election meeting at Bhoopalpally in the tribal belt of Telangana, he promised reservations in government jobs and admissions to state-run educational institutions for Scheduled Tribe candidates proportionate to their population in the state. "Prime Minister Modi weakened Adivasi Bill (Tribal Bill) at the centre

World News

China is building third aircraft carrier: Reports

Beinjing: China officially confirmed that it is building its third aircraft carrier which is stated to be 'bigger and mightier' than the other two warships, a move by Beijing to bolster its blue-water navy capability to operate far from its shores. A late entrant into aircraft carrier-led naval battleship formations, China launched its first aircraft carrier, Liaoning, in 2012, which was a refit of the former Soviet vessel bought from Ukraine. Though Liaoning was operationalised and led trial expeditions into the Taiwan Straits, it was widely r