05:57 pm New Delhi: Congress leader and former MoS in Union HRD ministry Shashi Tharoor has sought Delhi University Vice Chancellor's intervention in reviewing the marks weightage policy for state board students seeking admission to its colleges. The Freepress Journal, 3 weeks ago
PTI - DU-THAROOR - Tharoor writes to DU VC seeking review of weightage policy - Namibia Press Agency, 3 weeks ago
Tharoor writes to DU VC seeking review of weightage policy - Times of India, 3 weeks ago
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New Delhi: Congress chief Sonia Gandhi is upset with party MP Shashi Tharoor for making his comments public about a party meeting wherein he allegedly registered his disapproval over disruption of Parliament. Reports said that Sonia Gandhi ...ABP Live, 1 week ago Congress upset with Tharoor's disapproval of Parliament disruption at party meet Ani News, 1 week ago Congress upset with Shashi Tharoor`s disapproval of Parliament disruption at party meet ZeeNews.com, 1 week ago
Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Smriti Irani has courted a fresh controversy having recently made a contradictory statement in Parliament about setting up of an International Institute of Technology Research Academy (IITRA) in Mauritius. While ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago Human Resource Development junior ministers crave for work DNA India, 3 weeks ago
Former president and Bharat Ratna Dr Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam died in Shillong on Monday after he collapsed during a lecture at the Indian Institute of Management in the Meghalaya capital. Kalam, who was the 11th President of India, was ...IBNLive India News, 2 days ago
Let it be not said that there was no singing and dancing during their days in the wilderness. Hardly had we recovered from the distressing sight of erudite and suave Congress leader, and former law minister Salman Khurshid, running around Delhi's ...Mid Day, 2 weeks ago
A student had filed a writ petition before the Delhi High Court challenging the Delhi University's admission guideline to deduct 10 per cent marks from the best of four subjects of candidates coming from other State Boards. The ...India Today, 3 weeks ago Student takes DU to High Court Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago DU admissions: Student challenges admission guidelines in HC Oneindia, 3 weeks ago Kerala Student challenges Delhi University admission guidelines in High Court IBNLive India News, 3 weeks ago
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Ashok Sharma Not long ago, people used to communicate with their relatives and friends living away from them, through letters.Then came telephone, computer and laptop followed by internet which led to the people using emails for communication with ...Daily Excelsior.com, 1 month ago
"The pressure on admissions has intensified with population growth, and with such a large number of candidates to choose from, colleges have ended up using a vulgar yardstick like the marksheet. A former principal of St Stephen's told me that if he were to call a talented student for an interview even if his marks were two per cent below the cutoff, he would also have to interview several hundred others with the same marks or he would fall afoul of the courts," says former minister of state ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Jun 14, 3:01 pm Kaithal (Haryana), June 14 ( ANI ): Congress leader Randeep Surjewala on Sunday said that External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's acknowledgement of the role played by her office in helping former IPL chairman Lalit Modi ...Ani News, 1 month ago Sushma Swaraj's disclosure sounds like case of Modi helping Modi': Congress Financial Express, 1 month ago Sushma`s disclosure sounds like case of `Modi helping Modi`: Congress ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago
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NEW DELHI: The Congress on Sunday asked the Modi government if it would help Dawood Ibrahim if the underworld don made a request, slamming BJP's defence that foreign minister Sushma Swaraj intervened to favour Lalit Modi on humanitarian grounds ...Times of India, 1 month ago
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