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Parents banned from sports day ‘in case children get stressed’

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International education league tables 'are misleading'

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inspired at Cambridge University

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Harvard don warns over future of British universities

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Government parenting advice is 'corrosive and harmful'

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Exam technique- a little help to make the grade

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Cult of the school uniform

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EC CECUM TO COURT PRESSURE & AVAIL TALLY SHEETS TO MBABAZI LAWYERS

Supreme Court: The Electoral Commission, EC has finally been moved by the immense pressure from the Supreme Court and have availed the legal team representing Amama Mbabazi in his petition in which he is seeking to nullify the victory of President Museveni.

The availing of the declaration forms to the Mbabazi legal team, was made by defense

POLICE WARNS ON JUBA TENSION

Police has advised Ugandans who intend to travel to the neighboring republic of south Sudan to cancel their journey with effect from today.

The precaution comes slightly after witnessing are fragile security situation in the Sudan that has caused tension that has led to loss of lives with two Ugandans confirmed

POLICE IN FESTIVE TRAFFIC OPERATION

Kampala - Traffic Police has arrested over 7,000 traffic offenders in the Christmas season operation, part of the popular Fika Salama. The offenders mostly on high ways have tested the wrath of the Police in the festive season in an effort to curtail road carnage. Operations have been mounted on Kampala-Masaka High way targeting offenders

UPDF WITHDRAWS FROM CENTRAL AFRICA

CAR - The Uganda People’s Defense Forces has started withdrawing its forces from the Central Africa Republic.

The UPDF entered the Central African Republic in 2008, in a botched hunt for

UNEB GETS OWN PRINTERY

By UTN Reporter

Ntinda - The minister of education and sports Janet Museveni is today set to commission a new printery at the Uganda National Examinations Board Headquarters in Ntinda, a Kampala suburb.

HIGH COURT CONFIRMS CHARGES ON MUSLIM CLERICS

The International Crimes Division of the High Court confirms charges of terrorism, murder and attempted murder against the remaining 14 suspects including the leader of Tabliq sect Sheikh Yunus Kamoga for having behind the wave of murder of top Muslim clerics two years ago.

Following the confirmation of the aforementioned charges against the

General Sejjusa Arrested

Kampala - Former Coordinator of Intelligence agencies Gen David Sejusa has been arrested. The former spy chief was picked up by Military Police and accompanied by plain cloths personnel from his home in Naguru, a Kampala suburb on Sunday Morning. An eye witness told our reporter that Military Police stormed Sejusa’s home at around 9:30am, and arrested him before he was whisked away to

BESIGYE HELD AT NALUFENYA

Police is holding Forum for Democratic change presidential hopeful Rt Col Dr Kizza Besigye at its notorious detention facility, Nalufenya in Jinja.

After being whisked away from the City Centre, Dr Besigye was briefly detained at Nagalama, as a ritual, before being driven at a super-sonic speed to Nalufenya.

Kampala Metropolitan Police Spoke person Patrick Onyang confirmed

NRM ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR FUTURE BY ELECTIONS

UTN Reporter

The ruling Party National Resistance Movement (NRM) is considering going back to the drawing board to establish lop holes that might have led to the big loss in the Rukungiri by