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November 18: Top 5 Catch points of the day, that you should not miss

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 18 November 2017, 17:50 IST

From Seventeen kilograms of gold on Saturday was confiscated from Nepal-China's only operational trade route to a class 11 student in Kanpur on Saturday suffered cuts on both legs after the school management allegedly used scissors to cut off his jeans as punishment for not wearing school dress, here are the top 5 Catch points of the day.

1- 17-kilograms gold recovered from Nepal-China's trade route

Seventeen kilograms of gold on Saturday was confiscated from Nepal-China's only operational trade route.

Nepalese Police recovered 17 kilograms of gold from Kerung border point of Rasuwa, the only trade route currently in operation between Nepal and China, reports the Kathmandu Post.

2- Delhi University needs to adapt to changing trends in higher education: President

President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday called on faculty and students of Delhi University to adapt to changing trends in higher education to be competitive and counted with the rest of the world.

Addressing the 94th annual convocation of the University of Delhi here,President Kovind said, "We are entering a world where artificial intelligence is changing not just how our society 'does', but how it 'thinks'. We are at the edge of a society of cognitive machines. As such, the challenges and the opportunities before us are immense."

3- Kanpur: Student punished for not wearing school uniform

A class 11 student in Kanpur on Saturday suffered cuts on both legs after the school management allegedly used scissors to cut off his jeans as punishment for not wearing school dress.

Speaking to ANI, Vinod Pal, victim's father said, "The school manager did not listen to my child. He just cut off his jeans and then used the scissors on his legs. The manager should have sent him back home if he was not wearing the school dress."

4- `Padmavati` row: Deepika gets support from 'xXx...' co-star Ruby Rose

Global star Deepika Padukone, who is embroiled in controversy because of her upcoming film 'Padmavati', has got support from her 'xXx: Return of Xander Cage' co-star Ruby Rose.

The 31-year-old said she is in shock to read what her 'dear friend' is going through. Rose also said she is in 'absolute awe' of Deepika's strength and courage.

5- Three walkovers to gold: Find out how Sushil Kumar crowned national champion

Two-time Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar, who was back on mat after the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, on Friday grabbed a gold medal in the National Wrestling Championship held in Indore without even breaking a sweat.

-With agency inputs

First published: 18 November 2017, 17:50 IST
 
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