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Academic Freedom Of A Harvard Or Yale Isn't Allowed Here

Former Chief Justice of India M.N. Venkatachaliah has since his retirement been associated with some of the country's top institutes of higher learning. And as we steer the world's lar­gest youth population, he feels policymakers aren't looking at ... Outlook India, 1 month ago

Satnam Singh hoping to become first India-born player in NBA

New York: India-born Satnam Singh Bhamara may be included in this year's draft of America's National Basketball Association (NBA) as the 7ft-2inch, 290-pound Indian has taken part in training sessions of top teams - Sacramento Kings and Boston ...
 South Asian Observer1 month ago Satnam hoping to become first India-born player in NBA  ProKerala.com1 month ago NBA: Kings compare Satnam with Yao Ming  Times of India1 month ago Satnam hopes to become first India-born player in NBA  The Hindu1 month ago
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Google's India head is also the country's most prolific angel investor

Since February 2011, MIT and Stanford-trained Rajan Anandan has been the man in charge of Google in India. In those four years, apart from driving the internet giant's growth in the country, Anandan has also been busy playing a hand in India's ...
 Quartz1 month ago

Suman Bery: What will drive India's growth?

In remarks reported earlier this week, Arvind Subramanian, the government's chief economic advisor (CEA), expressed optimism that India's economic growth rate could return to rates above eight per cent provided certain conditions were met. Among ...
 Business Standard India14 hours ago
Millennium Post

Haunted by hormones on the track

Till June 2014, Dutee Chand was the next big thing in Indian athletics. Touted as the next P T Usha, Chand had broken a 14-year-old national junior record in the 100 metres race in May 2014 and won two gold medals at a junior Asian athletics meet.
 Millennium Post1 day ago Female athlete with a high level of male hormones wins right to compete as a woman  Sri Lanka Island2 days ago Female Sprinter Dutee Chand Wins Case, Allowed To Compete As Woman  Vocativ3 days ago After CAS verdict, Dutee Chand eyes Rio Olympics  Livemint.com2 days ago
Yourstory.in

A sneak peek into MobileSparks 2015 speakers

With 63 million monthly users new Internet users, India topped the list of countries adding new Internet users this year. We(India) have 232 million Internet users and our 65 per cent Internet traffic comes from mobile. There are many users who are ...
 Yourstory.in3 days ago
NDTV

Online education is here to stay

As online education gains momentum, can India tap its full potential? Insights from U.S.-based professor HARI K. RAJAGOPALAN. I work in a small public university in South Carolina, U.S., and we pride ourselves on providing an excellent liberal ...
 The Hindu4 days ago Ajay Kapur digitizes arts education  India New England6 days ago Indian-American digitises arts education  Prokerala6 days ago Indian American Music Professor Brings Arts Education to Digital Platform  India-West1 week ago
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Firstpost.com

Aging abroad: Indians fashion their own retirement communities in America

Republished from New America Media by Sarita Sarvate Tavares, Florida: "I am domesticated, broken, tamed, Arun Pancholi said. But as he speaks, his cheeks break into playful dimples. With a baseball hat stylishly cocked on his head, he looks ...
 Firstpost.com4 days ago
PRWeb

Stanford Investment Group promotes two, hires three

Mon, 27/07/2015 - 07:34 Fund Links Wealth management and financial planning firm Stanford Investment Group (SIG) has promoted Nayan Lapsiwala and Natalie Morrella while hiring Cliff Loh, Kaleb Paddock and Savannah Rotter, bringing the boutique ...
 Wealth Adviser3 days ago
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Food cafe PashupathY Gopalan: Changing the face of solar power

When Pashupathy Gopalan decided to move back to India in 2007 he wanted to live in Chennai. This was a pre-requisite. I wanted to be close to my parents, the president (Asia Pacific) of the $2.3 billion, US-based SunEdison—the world's largest ...
 Financial Express1 week ago
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