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Yoga in schools: AIMPLB's goes all out to oppose it, but Musli...

New Delhi: Is the BJP-led government at the centre promoting the cultural agenda of the RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) by introducing yoga in schools? Or are Muslim organisations like the All India Muslim Personnel Law Board (AIMPLB) simply ..., 6 days ago

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The Right Posture: The paradox of the Yoga debate

Cover Story Pratap Bhanu Mehta is president of the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi. He is one of India's most popular columnists and public intellectuals As International Yoga Day approaches, there is a curious paradox in ...
 Open1 week ago
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Catalan universities and EU and regional policymakers discuss the role of universities in regional innovation

Universities play an increasingly important role in the economic, social, technological and cultural development of regions, while the EU's new Cohesion Policy framework puts specialisation strategies (RIS3) at the core of regional development. In ...
 Science Business6 days ago University-business incubator to boost the economy  University World News4 days ago


(2015-06-15) Ambassador Khalid Mahmood, Chairman ISSI, Ambassador Masood Khan, Director General, ISSI, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen, 1. It is indeed a great pleasure for me to visit the Institute of Strategic Studies and be ...
 Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pakistan2 weeks ago
Daily News South Africa

Call for a scoiety without violence

In its widely publicised 2010 report, the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation found that the apartheid policies had exposed millions of South African boys and young men to violence. The young men's exposure to apartheid regime's ...
 Daily News South Africa2 weeks ago

Study centre named after scholar

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Kannada University, Hampi, will open a study centre named after Dr. A.N. Upadhye on Bharatesh Education Institute premises here this week-end. Institute's vice-president Jinadatt Desai on Wednesday said Dr.
 The Hindu3 hours ago

Turkish foreign policy needs a shift with the new government to be formed

Under Justice and Development Party ( AK Party ) rule for the last 13 years, Turkish foreign policy has experienced a dramatic shift by adopting a more hands-on approach in the Middle East, pushing for regime change in Syria , facing allegations of ...
 Zaman4 days ago
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Kailash-Mansarovar initiative reconnects the cultural heritage of two civilisations

Sushma Swaraj , on Tuesday (June 16), flagged off the first batch of pilgrims for the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra. This set of pilgrims will take a new route via the Nathu La pass, announced by Chinese President Xi Jinping during his visit last ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Old Route, New Journey  South Asia Monitor1 week ago
DNA India

Sri Lanka's China-Policy: Contrasts and Continities

The title of the news story which broke in the Japanese media last week was entitled FM: Sri Lanka to dilute dependence on China. Any credible, substantive contradiction of the content of this report (and not just its title) by our Foreign Ministry ...
 South Asia Monitor1 week ago Stand above parochial loyalties  Sunday Observer1 week ago Female Literacy: What the Indian economy needs to learn from Sri Lanka  DNA India1 week ago Sri Lankan lessons for India  VC Circle2 weeks ago
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Radiation officer awarded WINS certificate

The Radiation Officer at the Centre for Applied Radiation Science and Technology (CARST), Tebogo Kupi, has been awarded a certificate by the World Institute Nuclear Security (WINS) academy. He is the first South African to pass the Nuclear Security ...
 Mail & Guardian Online1 week ago NWU radiation protection officer receives certificate for World Institute for Nuclear Security programme:Lecturer in flagship nuclear training  Africa News Network71 week ago
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