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BIPAN CHANDRA (1928-2014)

BIPAN Chandra, one of India's leading historians and an uncompromising defender of secularism and the scientific spirit, passed away in the early hours of August 30, 2014. His death was widely reported both in the newspapers and the electronic ... Peoples, 1 week ago

President hails ZDF's varsity plans

President Mugabe is flanked by Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi (left), Presidential Affairs Minister Didymus Mutasa and Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa after officiating at a graduation ceremony at the ...
 Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago
Friday Gurgaon

The College Trinity

At last the spirit of pragmatism seems to have made its presence felt in the functioning of the government colleges in the City. For the first time they are offering study courses that seek to make the students vocation-ready. The Government PG ...
 Friday Gurgaon1 month ago

It's the bee's knees: Buzz over neonics

Insecticide makers defend the use of a class of insecticide called neonicotinoids, which critics blame for the alarming rate of bee colony deaths. Kristy Allen and Mark ORourke are bee ambassadors with deceptively similar messages. Allen, founder ... week ago

Research in frontier areas of science and technology

The Indian Institute of Technology Madras has fine infrastructure for research both in terms of physical facilities and competent faculty. The Indian Institute of Technology Madras was established as an institute of national importance in 1959. At ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago A disappointment for scientific community  The Hindu1 month ago
Ghanaian Chronicle

66 Senior Military Officers Pass Out From Staff College

The Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC) has held a graduation ceremony for 66 Senior Command and Staff Officers from 12 African countries. Forty two of the graduates are from Ghana, while six are from Nigeria, four each from ...
 Ghanaian Chronicle1 month ago Senior Command Staff holds graduation  Ghana News Agency1 month ago Ghana: 66 Senior Military Officers Pass Out From Staff College  AllAfrica.com1 month ago
New Indian Express

Modi's Century Giving his Per Cent

Turnaround could be the cornerstone of the Narendra Modi Government, 100 days down the lineā€”an evaluation parameter he himself ironically refused go by when he took over as Prime Minister on May 27. But a look back on the last three months of Modi ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

The Rise of Ideological Jihadists

Open Essay Tufail Ahmad is a former journalist with the BBC Urdu Service and Director of South Asia Studies Project at the Middle East Media Research Institute, Washington DC And why India should be really worried Almost all ...
 Open3 weeks ago
India Today

7 things Modi wants from IITs

| UPDATED13:36 IST President Pranab Mukherjee during the conference of chairmen of boards of governors and directors of Indian Institutes of Technology at Rashtrapati Bhavan on August 22. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Minister for Human ...
 India Today3 weeks ago

FM Arun Jaitley Jaitley presents Rs 36,776 crore Delhi budget

It includes Rs.19066 Crore Non-Plan expenditure and Rs.17700 crore Plan expenditure. The total Budget Estimate for the Government of NCT of Delhi for the year 2014-15 is Rs.36766 crore. Following is the text of the speech of the Union Finance ...
 India Infoline2 months ago
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