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Mohan Bhagwat set to organise 3-day meeting with other RSS-affiliates in Pushkar

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and heads of over 35 organisations affiliated to the RSS will attend the All India Coordination Committee meeting in Pushkar. The three-day meeting will be held between September 7 and 9. The meeting is aimed to enhance the upliftment of Scheduled tribes, villagers and women after deliberations held in the three-day meeting. The work will be carried out based on a report prepared after two years of hard work by RSS which also aims to enhance security, development and employment. Src:https://bit.ly/2lDI9Dw

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Isro chief Sivan breaks down as PM Modi hugs and consoles him after Chandrayaan 2 landing glitch

K Sivan, the chief of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), was very emotional after the space agency lost contact with Chandrayaan 2 lander ‘Vikram’ after its descent to the moon was faltered and despite motivation by PM Modi, he could not fight back his tears. PM Modi hugged and consoled a teary-eyed Sivan outside the mission operations complex after his address to the scientists and the nation. The PM too appeared emotional. Src: https://bit.ly/2kkzvcZ


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As Kashmiri students stay away from schools, school boards ask for assignments through local advertisements

As Kashmiri students continue to ditch school despite the government’s decision to open them in phases up to Class 10, various schools have started asking students through local advertisements to collect video lessons and assignments. Parents are being made to purchase pen drives and submit those pen drives or hard disks to submit their children's assignments, a parent from Delhi Public School Budgam said. While most of the schools in the Valley are open, the attendance remains dismal. Src:https://bit.ly/2knfF0M


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IAF selects 12 Pilots in the first clearance round for Mission Gaganyaan

The Indian Air force on Friday announced the completion of 12 pilots for the level-1 selection of Indian astronauts for Mission Gaganyaan, the country's first human mission to space. The IAF tweeted, "Completed Level-1 of Indian Astronaut selection for Mission Gaganyaan. Selected Test Pilots underwent extensive physical exercise tests, radiological tests, clinical tests and evaluation on various facets of psychology." Gaganyaan was announced by PM Modi last year during his Independence Day speech from the Red Fort in New Delhi. The mission worth Rs 10,000 crore is expected to be launched in December 2021. Src:https://bit.ly/2lzDAdr

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