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Opportunity for NE students

The CSIR North East Institute of Science and Technology, Jorhat, has instituted a scholarship scheme for students of NE Region for pursuing Bachelor's Degree programme in Natural Basic Sciences, BSc, BSc Hons , integrated MSc MS programmes in any of the ... E Pao!, 2 months ago
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10 lies married couples MUST tell each other

12 lies you must tell your better half without feeling guilty. So you're not the proverbial liar, and hate anyone lying to you. You put great value on trusting your other half and being trusted in return. This Utopian concept of relationships you believe in does exist.  However, the truth as they say is a relative term -- little white lies that hurts nobody and prevents damage are more than acceptable. What more, they can even save your relationship if done with good intentions. No matter ...
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Factbox: China c.bank warns of 'Minsky moment'; what does it mean?

HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, warned on Thursday of the risks of a "Minsky moment," citing relatively high corporate debt and saying household lending was rising too quickly. On the sidelines of a key, twice-a-decade ...
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BU split into 3 but no govt funds yet for new universities

The state government trifurcated Bangalore University (BU) by a notification last July and laid the ground for it with a gazette notification in 2015 but it has not yet released any funds for the development of the new varsities. Bengaluru North University ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

B'luru North varsity's courses to focus on employability

With a focus on employability, the newly formed Bengaluru North University plans to introduce courses which are tailor-made to meet the needs of local students. The university, which was formed after the trifurcation of Bangalore University, will come up in ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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The man who donated a Rs 8-cr garland to Lord Balaji

Raju's grandfather had commissioned a similar sahasra nama mala for Lord Balaji 50 years ago. Raju now wanted to offer a new garland, reports B Dasarath Reddy. Last month, newspapers carried pictures of Mantena Ramalinga Raju, a non-resident Indian, standing alongside Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu with a jumbo-sized garland of gold. The garland, sahasra nama mala, which means ‘thousand names’, weighed 28 kg and was worth Rs 8.36 crore. This was Raju’s ...
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Research admission at IISER, Trivandrum: Apply by October 10

Applications have been invited from highly motivated students for admission to the Ph.D. Programme of Indian Institute of Science Education and Research-Thiruvananthapuram (IISER-TVM), starting in January 2018. Admissions are offered in ...
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Sikh man becomes first minority politician to lead major party in Canada

Jagmeet Singh, a 38-year-old Sikh criminal lawyer, was today elected the leader of Canadas New Democratic Party, becoming the first non-white politician to head a major party in the country. Singh, the Ontario provincial lawmaker, was elected on the first ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Meet Jagmeet Singh, the first Sikh to lead major Canadian party  Rediff.com1 month ago
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3 Indian-origin leaders elected to New Zealand's Parliament

[New Zealand], September 24 (ANI): Three Indian-origin politicians, including two women, have been elected to New Zealand's Parliament in the general elections, in which the center-right governing party has been placed first but failed to capture a ...
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Zahida Amin: The new face of Kashmir

'Zahida Amin and her group of village women have gained a better understanding of India.'Anjuli Bhargava reports. IMAGE: Zahida Amin used the Sopore women's talent in embroidery to make them independent. All photograph: Kind courtesy Zahida Amin/Facebook The year was 1993. Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district was the hub of militant activity. Rarely did a day go by without a confrontation between the militants and the army. Gunfire, explosions and death had become a common occurrence -- a ...
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