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ATAL TINKERING LABS INAUGRATED AT MODERN SCHOOL SEC-17 FARIDABAD

Atal Tinkering Lab was inaugurated on 18 September 2021 at Modern School, Sector-17, Faridabad. As the chief guest in the program, J. C. Bose. The Vice Chancellor of the University, Dr. Dinesh Kumar ji made the school proud with his presence. In addition, N.G.F. Chief Director of the college Dr. Sharad Kaushik and O.P. Jindal University Deputy Director Shri Anish Dhiman ji was present as the guest of honour. They were welcomed by the Chairman of the school, Shri Sushil Jain Ji and Principal Neelima Jain Ji. At the beginning…

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मॉडर्न स्कूल सेक्टर -17 में अटल टिंकरिंग लैब का उद्घाटन

मॉडर्न स्कूल, सेक्टर- 17 ,फरीदाबाद में 18 सितंबर 2021 को अटल टिंकरिंग लैब का उद्घाटन किया गया । कार्यक्रम में मुख्य अतिथि के रुप में जे. सी. बोस. विश्वविद्यालय के कुलपति डॉ. दिनेश कुमार जी ने अपनी उपस्थिति से विद्यालय को गौरवान्वित किया । इसके अलावा एन.जी.एफ. कॉलेज के मुख्य निदेशक डॉ. शरद कौशिक जी तथा ओ.पी. जिंदल विश्वविद्यालय के उप- निदेशक श्री अनीष धीमन जी सम्मानीय अतिथि के रुप में उपस्थित रहे। इनका स्वागत विद्यालय के चेयरमैन श्री सुशील जैन जी व प्राचार्या नीलिमा जैन जी ने किया ।…

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Australia: France’s recall of ambassador over subs regretful

Australia said Saturday it was noting with regret France’s recall of its ambassador over the surprise cancellation of a submarine contract in favour of a US deal. France recalled its ambassadors to Australia and the United States on Friday in an unprecedented show of anger over a deal among the United States, Australia and Britain to provide Australia with a fleet of at least eight nuclear-power submarines. The deal scraps a 90 billion Australian dollar (USD 66 billion) contract with French majority state-owned Naval Group, signed in 2016, to build…

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Pentagon reverses itself, calls deadly Kabul strike an error

The Pentagon retreated from its defence of a drone strike that killed multiple civilians in Afghanistan last month, announcing Friday that a review revealed that only civilians were killed in the attack, not an Islamic State extremist as first believed. The strike was a tragic mistake,” Marine Gen. Frank McKenzie, head of US Central Command, told a Pentagon news conference. For days after the August 29 strike, Pentagon officials asserted that it had been conducted correctly, despite 10 civilians being killed, including seven children. News organisations later raised doubts about…

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ED moves court against Anil Deshmukh for non-compliance of summonses

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has moved a court here against former Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh for failing to appear before the probe agency despite being summoned multiple times in a money laundering case. The ED filed the plea in a special court on Friday seeking action against Deshmukh under IPC section 174 (non-attendance in obedience to an order from public servant). The section attracts a simple imprisonment for a term which may extend to one month, or fine up to five hun dred rupees or both. The probe agency…

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Paine “extremely confident” of being fit to lead Australia in opening Ashes Test

Australia red-ball skipper Tim Paine, who went under the knife to fix a bulging disc in his neck earlier this week, is “extremely confident” he will be fit to lead his country in the first Ashes Test against England in December. The 36-year-old, who had disc replacements on his C-6 and C-7 in the neck, is expected to be under recovery for six weeks while the first Ashes Test is slated to begin at the Gabba from December 8. “As soon as this six week block is over I think…

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Show got it wrong: Priyanka Chopra apologises for ‘The Activist’

Actor Priyanka Chopra Jonas on Friday issued an apology over her participation in the competition series “The Activist” after widespread backlash and said the criticism against the show was “heard” and accepted by her. Produced by CBS and Global Citizen, the series pitted activists against each other before a panel of celebrity judges. Their success would have been judged on the basis of their social media campaigns. After the show was unveiled, there was an instant backlash on social media with many people labelling the series as insensitive and tone-deaf.…

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Param Bir’s plea against Maha govt’s inquiries can be adjudicated by administrative tribunal: HC

The Bombay High Court on Thursday held as non-maintainable a petition filed by former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh, seeking to quash the two preliminary inquiries initiated against him by the Maharashtra government. A division bench of Justices S S Shinde and N J Jamadar while dismissing the plea said the reliefs sought by Singh can be adjudicated by the Central Administrative Tribunal as it is a service matter. The bench said if the petitioner (Singh) approaches the appropriate forum, then the same shall be heard and decided without…

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China applies to join Pacific trade pact abandoned by Trump

China has applied to join an 11-nation Asia-Pacific free trade group in an effort to increase its influence over international policies. Commerce Minister Wang Wentao submitted an application to the trade minister of New Zealand as a representative of the Comprehensive and Progress Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Commerce Ministry announced Thursday. The CPTPP originally was the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a group promoted by then-President Barack Obama as part of Washington’s increased emphasis on relations with Asia. China was not included in the initial group and Obama’s successor, Donald Trump, pulled…

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Jaishankar meets his counterparts from Iran, Armenia and Uzbekistan at SCO

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday met with his counterparts from Iran, Armenia and Uzbekistan and exchanged views on the recent developments in Afghanistan, confronting regional challenges and the ways to boost bilateral ties. Jaishankar, who is in the Tajik capital to attend a key meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) on the situation in Afghanistan after its takeover by the Taliban last month, in a tweet said he was glad to meet Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian on the sidelines of the SCO meet in Dushanbe.…

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