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  1. The School and Mass Education department Saturday announced a change in the timing of classes in schools and other educational institutions across the state from April 2. The classes will be held from 7 am to 11:30 am

  2. Idli, a traditional south Indian dish that has been a staple in the region for centuries, is one of the healthiest foods known to mankind.

  3. The Patna High Court has observed that the use of ‘filthy language’ by an estranged couple, who call each other names like ‘bhoot’ (ghost) and ‘pishach’ (vampire), does not tantamount to ‘cruelty’.

  4. The members of District Mahila Congress Saturday lodged a complaint at Mahila police station against actress Nisha Maharana alleging her of using foul language and engaging in inappropriate behaviour at the party office during Holi celebrations recently.

  5. Indian judiciary acknowledges that true economic development is not about immediate gains but involves a sustainable approach. Economic well-being and individual rights are not mutually exclusive, Supreme Court judge Hima Kohli said.

  6. The much-awaited Khurda Road-Bolangir Railway Line project, designed to enhance connectivity and foster development, is rapidly taking shape. With a total length of 301 kilometers, the project has achieved a significant milestone with 152.805 kilometers of rail line work already commissioned.

  7. Gangster-turned-politician Mukhtar Ansari was laid to rest in Ghazipur Saturday amid a blanket of security as a large crowd took part in the funeral procession while a few people tried to forcibly enter the burial ground, giving tough time to police personnel trying to maintain order.

  8. The Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC) has asked candidates aspiring for party tickets in the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections to deposit `50,000 each for supply of campaign materials.

  9. Supreme Court Judge BV Nagarathna Saturday expressed her disapproval of state Governors engaging in litigation before Constitutional courts. She was speaking at the introductory session of the Courts and the Constitution Conference organised by NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad.

  10. The Enforcement Directorate questioned Delhi minister Kailash Gahlot for about five hours Saturday and recorded his statement in connection with a money-laundering investigation linked to the AAP government's now-scrapped excise policy, officials said.

  11. A hostage drama in the Netherlands that lasted several hours Saturday ended without bloodshed as all hostages were freed and police took the suspect into custody. Authorities have said.

  12. The government said restrictions on import of solar modules will be reimposed from April 1, a measure aimed at fostering local capacity.

  13. Electric vehicle sales’ momentum is slowing globally, marquee global brokerage Goldman Sachs said. Europe, which has driven EV growth up to now, has shown signs of stagnation since the beginning of 2024.

  14. The Ministry of Mines has fixed May 16 as the last date for the sale of tender documents to bid in the e-auction for seven critical mineral blocks under the tranche III round. The deadline for the submission of the documents is May 21.

  15. Delhi Capitals will be aiming to rejig their out-of-depth batting order by bringing the flamboyant Prithvi Shaw in the mix against the defending champions Chennai Super Kings in what could be safely termed as a ‘battle of unequals’ Sunday’s Indian Premier League encounter.

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