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Girls throng to school in Swat as Malala addresses UN


When the Pakistani Taliban shot Malala Yousafzai in the head, their message to the world was simple: girls have no right to an education and their dreams of a better future should be crushed.

classroom turns into polling booth


Thrissur: The Salsabeel Central Sch­ool, at Mudoor, witnessed a rare election in the second consecutive year. The school authority conducted an election to the school assembly, on Wednesday, which ga

Boy dies of snakebite in school

A Class II student of the Government Primary School in Shamshiguda, Kukat-pally, died on Thursday after he was bitten by a cobra.

Sources said that A. Kish-ore, was bitten by the snake at around 10.3

Girl students molested by teacher

Around 200 people staged a protest at the government upper primary school in Vemulapalli in Narsim-hulupet mandal on Saturday after learning that one P. Surender, a contract teaching volunteer, had mo

School van fees to increase

The fees for the school vans operated by both school managements and private operators are likely to be increased soon.

The state government on Monday gave an assurance to the Madras high court that

HC sets Sept. 3 deadline for school vehicle norms


The Madras high court on Wednesday came down heavily on the state for its delay in approving the draft rules to regulate the use of vehicles carrying school-going children.

“It is unfortunate that in

School swimming pool sealed

The city police on Friday arrested Sheela Rajendran, 51, dean of the Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan school in K.K. Nagar, in connection with the death of a student in the swimming pool on the school premi

School official seeks bail over girl’s death

The correspondent of the Zion group of schools, who was arrested on July 26 in connection with the death of six-year-old Shruthi after falling through a hole in the floor of the school bus a day earli

Hundreds pay homage to Shruthi, RTO suspended


A day after her violent death, six-year-old Shruthi has become a symbol of public outrage. Several hundreds of people — a few who personally knew the little girl’s family and hundreds of others; stran

Govt panel gives clean chit to Oxford School


The management and teachers of the Oxford Indian School in Nandini Layout have been a clean chit by an inquiry committee constituted by the government to look into allegations that five children adm

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