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When Shah Rukh Khan said his son Aryan Khan can run after girls, do drugs, have sex – Times of India

We all know that Shah Rukh Khan is a fantastic actor but the superstar is also a doting dad to his three kids, Aryan Khan, Suhana Khan and AbRam Khan. The actor is also known for his witty replies during his interviews and online chat sessions. Well, in one of his old interviews, SRK talked about his son Aryan in a manner that will make you wonder if such sweeping statements were really made by the King of Romance himself! Back then, Khan had welcomed his first son Aryan with his wife Gauri Khan. And when the host asked about his plans to raise the kid, the actor said that he wants his son to do everything which he couldn't do during his teenage years. SRK said that once Aryan is three or four years, he can run after girls, can do drugs and have sex. Tongue firmly in cheek, Khan furth...
‘That was special’: Rohit Sharma on his first overseas hundred | Cricket News – Times of India
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‘That was special’: Rohit Sharma on his first overseas hundred | Cricket News – Times of India

LONDON: Indian opening batsman Rohit Sharma, who was adjudged as man of the match after notching up his maiden century in the away Tests, was elated to contribute to the team's emphatic 157-run win over England in the fourth Test here at the Kennington Oval on Monday. Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul got the visitors off to a fantastic start in the second innings. Rohit's century turned the tide in India's favour. Other Indian batsmen chipped in with useful contributions as well, helping visitors set a massive target of 368. For his batting brilliance in the second innings, Rohit Sharma is adjudged the Man of the Match at The Oval ⭐… https://t.co/9ibV8NfXff— BCCI (@BCCI) 1630948504000Then, Indian bowlers delivered big time on the last day of the fourth Test as the genius of mercurial Jasprit B...
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Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Politics

Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Politics

Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Politics

Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Politics

Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Politics

Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Politics

Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Politics

Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Politics

Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Politics

Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Politics

Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Politics

Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Politics

Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
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Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Politics

Covid fallout: Only 8% rural kids in online classes, big shift out of pvt schools

The pandemic-induced school closures have resulted in “catastrophic consequences” for students, especially for those in rural areas, with a mere 8% studying regularly online and 37% not studying at all, according to a new survey. Plus, the financial stress caused by the pandemic has resulted in an exodus from private schools. Over a quarter of those enrolled in private schools switched to government schools during the 17-month-long school lockdown either due to depressed family earnings or because online education did not work well for their children. The survey, supervised by economists Jean Dreze, Reetika Khera and researcher Vipul Paikra, covers 1,400 students enrolled in Classes 1 to 8 across 15 states and Union Territories, namely Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, ...
Congress ‘internal strife’ hindering taking party achievements to people: Sunil Jakhar | India News – Times of India
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Congress ‘internal strife’ hindering taking party achievements to people: Sunil Jakhar | India News – Times of India

CHANDIGARH: Expressing concern over party cadre's inability to fully leverage a major government decision like doubling of social security pension, former Punjab Congress president Sunil Jakhar on Monday said that "political wrangling" within the party was hampering this vital process of taking our landmark achievements amongst people ahead of 2022 elections. Speaking at his native village Panjkosi, Jakhar said the increase in pensions from Rs 750 to Rs 1500 is a major decision by the state government to alleviate suffering of the needy. He however said that he had been concerned about party not being able to fully propagate the recent significant decision. Last month, Jakhar was replaced by cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu as the PPCC chief and the latter has been at logg...
Sports

Ahead of Vinoo Mankad Trophy, two BJP leaders queer Bihar cricket pitch: My team vs your team

WILL THE real Bihar under-19 cricket team please stand up? The last few weeks have seen two teams from the state taking guard, hoping to be part of the BCCI’s season-opening Vinoo Mankad Trophy. The confusion is a result of intense infighting between two groups, each headed by politicians associated with the BJP, and both claiming to be representing the Bihar Cricket Association (BCA). Former state BJP treasurer and BCA president Rakesh Tiwary says they have short-listed 135 junior players and will be naming the squad on September 14 after a camp. But that might be a bit too late, as the rebel group, led by former MLA and state BJP spokesperson Prem Ranjan Patel, has already mailed the names of the ‘Bihar under-19 squad’ to the BCCI. Speaking to The Indian Express, Tiwary, who had atten...
Sports

Ahead of Vinoo Mankad Trophy, two BJP leaders queer Bihar cricket pitch: My team vs your team

WILL THE real Bihar under-19 cricket team please stand up? The last few weeks have seen two teams from the state taking guard, hoping to be part of the BCCI’s season-opening Vinoo Mankad Trophy. The confusion is a result of intense infighting between two groups, each headed by politicians associated with the BJP, and both claiming to be representing the Bihar Cricket Association (BCA). Former state BJP treasurer and BCA president Rakesh Tiwary says they have short-listed 135 junior players and will be naming the squad on September 14 after a camp. But that might be a bit too late, as the rebel group, led by former MLA and state BJP spokesperson Prem Ranjan Patel, has already mailed the names of the ‘Bihar under-19 squad’ to the BCCI. Speaking to The Indian Express, Tiwary, who had atten...