Citizen Journalist Review

Citizen Journalist Review

25 snatchings a day, but Delhi has no law to fight it – ( learn and implement Haryana law , if you know the gangs operating then why aren’t they behind bars )

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by admin - 24 September 2017

Rajshekhar Jha New Delhi: Some 25 Gangs Operate In City, Say Police Ukraine ambassador Igor Polikha’s iPhone was snatched at Red Fort on Wednesday morning, but he was not the only target of snatchers in Delhi that day . On an average, police get 25 complaints of snatching daily ,...

Education

One lakh students ‘lost’ after Class 9 – ( good article , nicely done graphics )

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http://www.hindustantimes.com/class-of-2018/how-hard-is-it-to-find.html In 2015, over one lakh Class 9 students in Delhi government schools didn’t make it to Class 10, of which 63,000 are estimated to have dropped out From page 01 In 2014, 355 students were enrolled in Class 9 at Mansarovar Garden’s Sardovadaya Vidyalaya in West Delhi, but only 40 students made it to Class 10. Since no student...

Breaking

Property

Jaypee gets Rs 1,800cr to restart Noida work – ( such terrible delays no punishment – the owners are living like kings – why dont the court seize their assets and owners of Jaypee given the last flat after they finish )

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Claims Will Deliver 6k Flats By March 2018, Another 8k In ’19 Jaypee on Monday claimed it will restart construction at its mammoth Wish Town project in Noida by next week as it has received Rs 1,800 crore in working capital from banks.Work on the project with so me 32,000 flats and 3,000 plots across 800 acres along the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway had come to a standstill with Jaypee having...

Others

Schools

Campus

Test bomb for Delhi students? Admission panel replaces high cut-off based system with an entrance examination in Delhi University – ( only cure for absurd cut offs and a good move )

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Delhi University is planning to scrap the cut-off list system All the students will have to sit for an entrance test to get admissions in undergraduate courses from the academic session 2017-18 The entrance test is likely be of 80 marks and only 20 marks of the board results This will restrict easy admission to students scoring high marks in 12th board See more news from India at www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome By Varun...