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School Assembly: News headlines, thought, speech and anchoring script for 11 May

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News headlines, thought for the day, topic, speech, anchoring script for school assembly: Struggling to plan 11 May school assembly? This article provides captivating news headlines, thought-provoking speech topics, and interactive activities to engage students and create a memorable experience.

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Mumbai: Embark on another journey of learning, inspiration, and community engagement. With enthusiasm and anticipation, share the latest news headlines, reflect on a compelling thought, and engage in a thoughtful speech that resonates with the school community. So, dive into today’s assembly guide to prepare yourself for an amazing performance at the school assembly.

 

Thought for the Day for school assembly

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” – Lao Tzu

 

School assembly news headlines

Today’s national news headlines in English for school assembly

  1. Taranjit Singh Sandhu, a former diplomat and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate for Amritsar submitted his nomination papers on Friday for the current Lok Sabha elections. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar joined him for a roadshow before he filed his nomination papers.
  2. Arvind Kejriwal, the leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), has been granted temporary bail by the Supreme Court. He is required to surrender himself by June 2nd. However, the court has set specific terms and conditions that the Delhi Chief Minister must adhere to while on bail.
  3. The Supreme Court disposed of former Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren’s petition for interim bail to campaign in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, stating that it should be considered alongside the petition challenging his arrest in a money laundering case, set for a hearing on Monday.
  4. The Enforcement Directorate filed a new charge sheet in Delhi court in the excise policy-linked money laundering case, naming BRS leader K Kavitha as the accused.

 

Today’s international news headlines in English for school assembly

  1. Xu Feihong, the recently appointed Chinese Ambassador to India, expressed his enthusiasm upon his arrival in Delhi on Friday. He emphasised his dedication to diligently fostering the relationship between China and India, expressing a commitment to collaborative efforts.
  2. Researchers at Washington State University in the United States have found that just three consecutive night shifts can increase the risk of diabetes and obesity. Their study showed that working night shifts disrupts the body’s protein rhythms involved in regulating blood glucose levels, as well as impairs energy metabolism and increases inflammation, which can contribute to the development of chronic metabolic disorders.
  3. American author, K. Reneem could not access her Google Drive account because Google had deemed her content ‘inappropriate’. This raised concerns about the fairness of Google’s content moderation practices and highlighted the vulnerability of creators in the digital age. K. Renee primarily uses Google Docs for her writing, and this incident abruptly halted her creative process, denying her access to over 2,22,000 words of her works in progress.
  4. Israel launched fresh attacks in the Gaza Strip after negotiators left talks in Cairo without reaching a truce agreement.
  5. Egypt has called for flexibility from both Hamas and Israel to secure a ceasefire and prisoner exchange in the seven-month conflict in Gaza.
  6. Donald Trump’s youngest son, who is still in high school and mostly kept out of the public eye, will make his debut in politics as a delegate at the Republican Party convention in July.

 

Today’s sports news headlines in English for school assembly

  1. Gujarat Titans clash with the Chennai Super Kings at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Friday.
  2. “Virat Kohli should open in the ICC event,” says Sourav Ganguly citing his excellent performance in the IPL. Ganguly commends the composition of the Indian squad and expresses optimism about their chances of winning the tournament.
  3. FIFA may face legal action from players and national leagues over the addition of new competitions to the already congested men’s international football calendar, with criticism directed at its unilateral decisions. Calls are being made for FIFA to reconsider its schedule up to 2030.
  4. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah announced that applications for the men’s team head coach will be invited soon, with Rahul Dravid’s tenure ending after the T20 World Cup. “Dravid can re-apply for the position if he wishes,” adds Shah.
  5. India secured a 5-0 victory over Bangladesh, with Radha Yadav’s successful comeback being the highlight for Harmanpreet Kaur and her team.

 

Speech for school assembly

National Technology Day- May 11

“Good morning everyone,

Today, we gather here to celebrate National Technology Day, a day that commemorates India’s technological advancements and achievements. It marks the successful nuclear tests conducted at Pokhran on May 11th, 1998, showcasing our country’s prowess in science and technology.

Technology has become an integral part of our lives, shaping the way we communicate, learn, work, and interact with the world around us. It has transformed industries, revolutionised healthcare, improved education, and connected people from different corners of the globe.

On this special day, let us reflect on the incredible impact of technology on our society and acknowledge the contributions of scientists, engineers, innovators, and visionaries who have propelled us forward. Their relentless pursuit of knowledge and innovation has paved the way for groundbreaking discoveries and advancements that have changed the course of history.

As students, we are future leaders, scientists, engineers, and innovators of tomorrow. It is our responsibility to harness the power of technology for the greater good, to address pressing global challenges, and to create a more sustainable and inclusive world for generations to come.

Let us also remember the importance of using technology responsibly and ethically, ensuring that it is accessible to all and does not exacerbate existing inequalities. Let us strive to be critical thinkers, problem-solvers, and lifelong learners, leveraging technology as a tool for positive change and innovation.

As we celebrate National Technology Day, let us be inspired to dream big, push the boundaries of what is possible, and work together to build a brighter future fueled by innovation, collaboration, and creativity.

Thank you.”

 

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