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Australia awards AUD 1.1 million research scholarships to 11 I...

[India], April 11 (ANI): Australia's Education and Training Minister Simon Birmingham awarded a three-year tuition fee waiver scholarship to 11 Indian students worth AUD 1.1 million, today, while leading a high-level delegation visit to the TERI-Deakin ... Sify, 1 week ago

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They are taking JEE coaching beyond big cities

'There were extremely talented students in smaller towns, but they were not getting an opportunity to study at national level colleges only because they didn't get proper training to write such exams.'Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier finds out how Mervin Rosario and his partners at Ignus are working to change that. Decoding Kota: India's coaching capital IMAGE: Team Ignus. Front row from right, Mervin Rosario, Sharath Holla and Ferdie D'souza.Back row from right, Akshay Bedhotiya, Akshath Nayak ...
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Rain Men

Narayan Bhai Chawda, a farmer at Gomchi village in Chhattisgarh’s capital Raipur, says he has been getting weather-based agro-advisories regularly every Tuesday and Friday evening since 1992. “Although, we have been involved in agriculture for 30-35 ...
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Air India revokes flight ban on Sena MP Gaikwad

Shiv Sena member of Parliament Ravindra Gaikwad, who fell afoul of domestic airlines for assaulting an Air India employee, inviting a blanket ban on his air travel, can fly again, with the national carrier today lifting the restriction after he expressed regret. However, Gaikwad still took a train back to Mumbai on Friday evening, sources close to the lawmaker said. In a sudden climbdown after combative Shiv Sena members disrupted Lok Sabha proceedings, the tough-talking MP from ...
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Your IT job at risk? Here's a survival guide

Software employees can opt for company run programmes, online courses, boot camps to upgrade skills, experts tell Sanjay Kumar Singh. A jobs crisis is looming in India's information technology sector. McKinsey, the international consultancy firm, predicted in a recent report that almost half of the 3.9 million workforce in IT services firms will become irrelevant over the next three, four years. Rapidly changing technology will render the current skills of many workers obsolete, while ...
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EXCLUSIVE: No country for the Rohingyas

‘Change has to come within Myanmar itself’. ‘I have called upon Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to listen to her ‘inner voice’ and speak directly to the people of Myanmar.’ IMAGE: A Rohingya migrant child, who recently arrived in Indonesia by boat, eats chocolate while queuing up with others for immigration identification purposes inside a temporary compound for refugees in Aceh Timur regency, Indonesia's Aceh Province.According to recent figures, an approximate 90,000 ...
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DMK in driver's seat, but not ready to drive

If either faction of the AIADMK failed to muster a floor majority, then the governor would be called upon to ask MK Stalin as the leader of the opposition if he would like to try his hand at government formation. Indications are that the DMK would not fall for any such situation straightaway. However, internal discussions and debates could be triggered by what is happening outside than inside, says N Sathiya Moorthy. Image: A file photograph of DMK chief M Karunanidhi with his son and party ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

The Do-gooders

May 31, 1893 is unargu­ab­ly a histo­ric day. On th­is date, two great Indians and visionaries — Swami Vivekananda and Jamsetji Tata — sailed together on a ship from Japan to the US. Both, whose lives would ultimately impact millions of their ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Will Trump take sides in the India-Pakistan dispute?

'It is highly doubtful that the Trump administration will consider inserting itself into the volatile India-Pakistan dispute, especially when he has signalled his interest in prioritising deepening ties with India.' IMAGE: Donald Trump has referred to India several times, and always in warm and admiring references, Lisa Curtis points out. Photograph: Mark Wilson/Getty Images Lisa Curtis, senior research fellow on South Asia at The Heritage Foundation's Asian Studies Centre, tells Aditi Phadnis ...
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PHOTOS: India displays its military might, vibrant culture on R-Day

The majestic Rajpath saw a scintillating display of India's military might and resplendent cultural diversity as the country celebrated its 68th Republic Day on Thursday, with the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan attending the event as guest of honour.   IMAGE: A spectacular bird's eye view of the Republic Day parade at Rajpath in New Delhi. Photograph: Press Information Bureau Light rain and overcast skies failed to dampen the enthusiasm of thousands ...
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