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The government on Monday, 14th May, 2012 seemed to be turning its back on an innovative use of cartoons to make school textbooks more appealing to students. Although a committee set up by the government to look into the use of cartoons is to submit its report on June 15, the UPA appeared set to end the experiment altogether. We believe textbooks are not the place where these issues (cartoons) should be influencing impressionable minds. That is our position I found many of the cartoons in textbooks offensive, human resource development minister Kapil Sibal said after MPs cranked up their protest against the use of satire in textbooks to draw in students.
MPs may soon get to use red beacons:
Members of Parliament may soon get the legal right to use red beacons atop their cars across states with the Union road ministry dropping its reservation on the issue. Sources said the ministry gave a go-ahead subject to the home ministry extending security clearance to the proposal.
Courtesy: Times of India
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