Women have also been threatened against going out through the posters put up across Kashmir. (Photo: Reuters) Terrorist groups have threatened locals in the Kashmir valley against opening shops and schools through posters put up in various areas, the Army said. Women have also been threatened against going out throughRead More →

 Children in the playground at Trinity St Mary’s Church of England primary school in Wandsworth, south London. Photograph: Richard Saker/The Observer Headteacher Paul Stubbings knows that the pupils at his west London comprehensive school have the right to a free, fully funded state education. Yet he spends a quarter ofRead More →

BENGALURU: Digital payments company Paytm today announced plans to expand its education services by “building and facilitating everything that is needed by students, parents and government job aspirants”. According to a press statement, Paytm is doing so by “partnering with private and government institutions to offer a full bouquet of services across payments,Read More →

Hundreds of parents and children have travelled to London to protest against schools closing early on a Friday. A number schools in England, but mainly in Birmingham, have taken the decision to move to a shorter working week because of funding shortages. Campaign group Save Our Schools (SOS) said more thanRead More →