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School Assembly News Headlines For April 6: Agni Prime Ballistic Missile, PlayStation 5 Slim India, Cloud Brightening Technology and Important Education News

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6 April 2024 News Headlines in English for School Assembly: Here, students can find news headlines for morning school assembly. Get here national news, international, political, business, science and technology based news, and more.

6th April, School News Headlines Today: Morning school assembly is an essential part of the school’s daily routine. In the assembly, students take part in chanting prayers, listening to the Principal’s message, and starting the day with optimism and gratitude. Apart from these, PT and reading new headlines are also an important part. The news headlines keep students informed about important updates, and events occurring in and around the world. Often, the sharing of news headlines and a small discussion on every news is carried in the respective classrooms apart from the grounds. This initiative allows students to share their opinion about the news, analyse it, and present it in front of the class. It is a great learning initiative from the school’s end where students also develop a habit of continuously going through articles, reading newspapers, and in all working on their general knowledge. Check the school assembly news headlines for April 6 below. 

National News Headlines for School Assembly

  • Security forces killed a terrorist trying to infiltrate LOC in the Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir. The incident occurred on Friday, April 5, in the Uri region where alert troops foiled an infiltration bid after sensing a suspicious movement around the LoC in Uri region. 
  • Supreme Court (SC) put Allahabad High Court’s order of scrapping  Uttar Pradesh Madrassa Act on hold saying that it would affect 17 lakh students and 10,000 teachers. Earlier, Allahabad high court order had declared Uttar Pradesh (UP) Madrassa Act as unconstitutional, saying that it violates the principle of secularism. 
  • National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) revises its Class 11 and 12 textbooks by dropping mentions of demolition of Babri Masjid, Muslim deaths in Gujarat riots, and Manipur. These are the latest round of revision made by  NCERT in its textbooks. As per sources, the changes will be soon reflected in the online textbooks as well. 
  • Supreme Court (SC) transfers 27 writ petitions pending across nine state high courts to itself. The plea challenges the levy of 28% GST on online real-money gaming. Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud said that it would be better for SC to have a look at the matter and deliver an authoritative rule instead of multiple high courts hearing the same issue and ruling out different decisions. 
  • India carries out successful test launch of the new-generation ballistic missiles named ‘Agni Prime’ on April 3, Wednesday around 7 pm. The Defence Ministry has stated that the test met all the objectives giving out a reliable performance. The test launch was carried out from Abdul Kalam Island off the coast of Odisha.  

School Assembly Headlines for International News 

  • A group of Indian students starts ‘Fair Visa, Fair Chance’ campaign in UK challenging the continuation of the UK post-study visa. As per the reports, the visa allows graduates to work in the country after 2 years of studies. Reports have also said that the discontinuation of this visa might affect Britain’s economy as well. 
  • University of Washington conducts a ground-breaking experiment on April 2, to combat Climate Change. The experiment follows “Cloud-Brightening” technique where the reflectivity of clouds is increased to reduce the amount of rays absorbed by Earth. The objective of this experiment is to lower the earth’s temperature thereby combating climate change.
  • A 20-year-old Chinese man gets diagnosed with an unusual condition named ‘Delusional Love Disorder’. Reports said that the man thought all his female classmates liked him. Later, he started showing strong displays of love towards his classmates. After treatment, the disorder has been prevented. 
  • In a recent update in Baltimore Bridge Tragedy, Joe Biden will meet the families of the deceased, survey the collapsed bridge. Reports have also stated that the Baltimore shipping is likely to resume by the end of April. 

Business News for Today’s School Assembly

  • Reserve Bank of India (RBI) enables cash-deposit facility via UPI at ATM. Now, customers will be able to deposit cash at Cash Deposit Machines at ATMs through UPI. 

Technology News for Today’s School Assembly

  • Blinkit to now deliver the new PlayStation 5 Slim at doorstep in 10 minutes. Zomato’s Blinkit joins hands with Sony, the launcher of PlayStation 5 Slim in India. 

Important Days on April 6

  • International Day of Sports For Development And Peace
  • National Student Athlete Day
  • National Library Day

Thought of Day

“Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.”- Dalai Lama

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