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Anna University starts bachelor of vocational courses in two colleges | Chennai News

CHENNAI: Anna University started two bachelor of vocational courses -- in logistics management and footwear manufacturing – at university colleges of engineering in Kancheepuram and Arni.“There are 40 seats in both these courses. Students would get jobs after the completion of the course. The last date for admission is on October 30,” vice-chancellor R Velraj said on Tuesday.Anna University and...

Dandiya fever starts, Mumbai gears up for Durga Puja | Mumbai News

MUMBAI: The onset of Sharadiya Navratra holds special significance for the Bengali community as it prepares to celebrate Durga Puja from October 20-24.The monks of Ramakrishna Mission (RKM) in Khar will host traditional festivities complete with Kumari Puja, where a little girl is dressed up and worshipped as the goddess. One of the oldest Pujas, organised by Durga Bari Samiti at Tejpal Hall, is in its...

Lok Sabha polls: Delhi Congress starts first phase of ‘Jawab Do-Hisab Do’ campaign | Delhi News

NEW DELHI: The Delhi Congress on Sunday launched the inaugural phase of its "Jawab Do-Hisab Do" campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, commencing with public meetings and a "Pratigya rally" held in Bawana. The primary objective of this rally was to solemnly commit to defeating all seven BJP MPs in Delhi during the 2024 general elections. Arvinder Singh Lovely, the Delhi Congress president,...

Kalyan: PWD starts repairing damaged platform of Durgadi fort ahead of Navratri festival | Thane News

KALYAN: Ahead of the Navratri festival, the Public Works Department (PWD) has undertaken the repairing work of Durgadi fort in Kalyan.This year, cracks developed at many places on the platform of the temple. Therefore, in order to avoid any untoward incident, the repairing work has been initiated.Shiv Sena (Shinde camp) Kalyan city president Ravi Patil had urged the government that the damaged platform...

Early warning signs as farm fire season starts | Delhi News

NEW DELHI: The season of harvest stubble burning has started in the neighbouring states as evidenced by satellites recording 10 field fires. While the count is currently low, it is expected to rise from October when the monsoon season gets over.According to Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), which follows the standard protocol 2021 notified by the air quality overseer Commission for Air...

Situation in Howrah’s Kazipara peaceful; CID starts probe into clashes | Kolkata News

HOWRAH(WEST BENGAL): The situation in Howrah town, which witnessed clashes between two groups during a Ram Navami procession, is peaceful and under control on Saturday, even as prohibitory order was still in force in the affected area, a police officer said.Shops and markets opened as traffic movement started from the morning amid heavy deployment of police in Kazipara area. Taking over investigations...

Mumbai starts reclaiming roads lost to metro 3 construction work | Mumbai News

Manthan Mehta has been a journalist since 1997, and is currently Assistant Editor at The Times of India, Mumbai. He covers a wide range of subjects ranging from insurance to local crimes and civic issues. Manthan reads and watches cricket matches in his free time.Read More!(function(f, b, e, v, n, t, s) { window.TimesApps = window.TimesApps || {}; const { TimesApps } = window;...

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