News in 5: 4th March

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  • Student Told PM Modi About Dyslexic Children. He Cracked A Joke. An engineering student told Prime Minister Narendra Modi about a program that could help dyslexic children who face reading and writing difficulties. Read more… NDTV
  • 10 flights diverted from Delhi airport due to fog between 7:45 am 9:10 am. It included nine domestic flights and one international, which were diverted from Delhi airport. Read more to know more… Tribune
  • Priyanka Chopra’s tweet miffs Pakistan led to a petition filed in Pakistan seeking her removal as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. Read more on it… Pinkvilla
  • Jaish-e-Mohammed Chief Masood Azhar Is “Not Dead”, Says Pak Media Report. The Indian officials said they had no information other than that Azhar was undergoing treatment at an army hospital after suffering renal failure. Read on about it… NDTV
  • Oxford University spin-off set for India launch with tech solution to sight loss. Rakesh Roshan is the CEO of OXSIGHT, a company founded in 2016 to create wearable technology devices based on research into how the brain manages visual information. Read more… Tribune

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