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India's Largest Spelling Competition Is Back With Its 12th Season, Classmate Spell Bee Takes Indian Schools By Storm!

India's Largest Spelling Competition Is Back With Its 12th Season, Classmate Spell Bee Takes Indian Schools By Storm!
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Jyothi Venkatesh

Classmate, India's No.1 Notebook Brand by ITC and Radio Mirchi are back with India's largest school spelling competition, Classmate Spell Bee season 12. The competition provides the largest platform for the country's best spellers to identify their strengths and achieve recognition for their unique spelling skills. The spelling extravaganza promises to deliver a bigger and better experience than it did in its previous season. It will travel to 1000 schools across 30 cities and will reach out to more than 5,00,000 students from standards 5 to 9.

Students from across India can also participate online at www.classmatespellbee.in. Only the top 16 participants battle it out in the televised national finals, which will be simulcast this year on Nickelodeon, Sonic, Nickelodeon HD+ .

Commenting on the event, Mr. Shailendra Tyagi, Chief Executive, ITC's Education and Stationery Products Business said , 'Classmate believes that every child is unique and so is every word.

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Bengaluru Metro services on Purple Line to be affected on May 28: Details

Bengaluru Metro services on Purple Line to be affected on May 28: Details
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Officials said that metro train services will resume normally at 7 am on Sunday as per schedule on the Purple Line.

Namma Metro services in Bengaluru along the Purple Line (from Kengeri to Baiyappanahalli) will be briefly disrupted on the night of Saturday, May 28. The Bengaluru Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (BMRCL) will be taking up maintenance work between MG Road and Trinity metro stations on Saturday night.

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1 dead, 2 hurt as building falls in outer Delhi

1 dead, 2 hurt as building falls in outer Delhi
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A 24-year-old labourer died and two others sustained severe injuries when an under-construction building collapsed in outer Delhi's Mundka on Friday evening.

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