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DU sets up weather station on Delhi School of Economics' terrace
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DU sets up weather station on DSE terrace

Finding the data provided by Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) inadequate for studying the national capital's "micro-climate", Delhi University has set up its own weather station for more accurate and detailed weather updates. The varsity has ... Business Standard, 4 hours ago
DU sets up own weather station Times of India, 2 weeks ago

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Police lathicharge at ABVP rally in DU, 9 protesters hurt

Nine protesters were injured in police lathicharge outside Delhi University vice chancellor's office in North Campus, Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad claimed. The student outfit had led the protest on Friday firing a volley of demands, which included ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago Over 12 hurt in lathicharge on DU student rally  Times of India1 day ago Student accuses senior of ragging  Asian Age1 month ago Turning a blind eye towards DU students  Deccan Herald1 month ago

9 DU students injured as police break up march to VC's office

Nine students of Delhi University were allegedly injured in a clash with police when they were marching to the Vice Chancellors' office to press their demands. Scores of students today gathered at DU's Art Faculty for the DU Bachao Rally organised ...
 Business Standard1 day ago Nine DU Students Injured As Police Break Up March to VC's Office  Outlook1 day ago
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World Cup 2015: South Africa sets NZ 298 in 43 overs to win rain-marred semi

Auckland, New Zealand: Faf du Plessis overcame an early test of nerve and patience to score 82, AB de Villiers made 65 not out and David Miller struck a vividly aggressive 49 as South Africa posted 281-5 Tuesday in a Cricket World Cup semifinal against New ...
 IndiaTV News4 days ago Rilee Rossouw, Faf du Plessis rebuild S African innings after openers fall early in 1st semi-final of World Cup  APN News5 days ago Live Updates: de Villiers, du Plessis driving South Africa, Semifinal 1  IndiaTV News5 days ago Du Plessis de Villiers lift South Africa to 281  MSN News5 days ago
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Anti-VC lobby thanks HRD Ministry

Student and teacher bodies in Delhi University have welcomed the reported show cause notice to DU Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh. The central government has given Singh 15 days to reply to the notice served to him on Tuesday. The VC has been accused of putting ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago HRD min issues show-cause notice to DU VC over FYUP move  Business Standard1 week ago HRD Min Issues Showcause Notice to DU VC Over FYUP Move  Outlook1 week ago HRD ministry issues show-cause notice to DU VC over FYUP move  DNA1 week ago
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DU will start admissions to PG courses from April 1

Delhi University will start centralized registration for postgraduate programmes from April 1 and will continue till April 30. The entrance tests will be conducted between June 1 and 30, 2015.
 Times of India2 days ago

Group clash in DU over Bhagat's event

dents were injured in a clash that broke out between two groups over holding an event on the death anniversary of Shaheed Bhagat Singh at Delhi University on Sunday. Police, however, did not register any case as no complaint was given to them but ...
 New Delhi Pioneer6 days ago Student groups clash at DU's Arts Faculty  Times of India6 days ago Student groups clash at DU’s Arts Faculty  Times of India6 days ago
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DU researchers go tumour hunting

Delhi University researchers are collaborating with two American institutes to develop a medical imaging device that could make radiation therapy treatment for cancer safer and accurate. The device, called proton computed tomography (CT) scanner, will help ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Cultural dialogue between NE India and rest of India Artistes to enthral DU on Mar 21  E Pao!1 week ago DU to launch research programme on NE  The Assam Tribune1 week ago DU to launch North East India Studies Programme soon  IBN Live2 weeks ago
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DU's Rich Library has No Room for Braille

NEW DELHI: Despite the tall claims of the HRD Ministry and the authorities, Delhi University's Braille Library that keeps books for the visually impaired in Braille is in a shambles. And the library's rich collection especially those on English ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago HRD Mininstry asks DU to initiate action to implement CBCS  Business Standard1 month ago HRD advises caution, asks DU not to implement credit system in haste  Deccan Herald2 months ago DU VC told to explain haste in announcing credit system  Times of India2 months ago
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DU sees steady rise in number of foreign students

New Delhi, Mar 22 (PTI) Delhi University has seen a steady rise of late in the number of foreign students, especially women candidates, enrolling for courses under it. University officials claim that despite perceptions that Delhi was the "rape ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago DU seea steady rise in number of foreign students  Times of India1 week ago PTI - DU-FOREIGN - DU sees steady rise in number of foreign students  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago DU gets more students from abroad  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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