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DUs first cutoff list for 3year format today

In a relief to over 2.7 lakh students, Delhi University will finally come out with its first cut-off list on Monday for admissions to the courses under the three-year format. A week behind schedule due to the row over controversial four-year undergraduate ... Hindustan Times, 2 months ago

FYUP students call off protest after UGC's assurance

Students of Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) enrolled under DUs four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP) called off their protest Tuesday after being assured by the University Grants Commission (UGC) that their course will not be scrapped, even if the previous ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

WP of niks vir Kobus

Vleuel Kobus van Wyk leef sy droom by die DHL-Westelike Provinsie in vanjaar se Absa Curriebeker-reeks. Toe vanjaar se Superrugby-reeks afskop, was daar groot konsternasie in Kaapstad oor 'n gebrek aan buiteagterspelers in die DHL-Stormers se ...
 Noodls1 week ago

Home Isn't A Ghetto

The 2008 UPA Package 60,452 displaced families registered, 38,119 in Jammu; 19,338 in Delhi; 1,995 in other states 6,000 jobs promised; 1,446 jobs actually filled 9,000 promised incentives for self-employment; not one youth came forward for ...
 Outlook India1 month ago

Married Accommodation Project

To address the housing problems of defence personnel the Government undertook the (MAP) in 2002 for construction of approximately two lakh Dwelling Units (DUs). 10438 DUs have been constructed in the last three years and the current year. The ...
 Noodls1 month ago

How Bollywood rebelled against the Emergency

anoj Kumar's frustration and anger against the Emergency was growing a few months after it was proclaimed. "One morning, I received a call from the I&B Ministry to direct a pro-Emergency documentary written by Amrita Pritam. I point-blank refused to ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 month ago
Times of India

Rich encourage female foeticide, Bihar CM Manjhi says

PATNA: CM Jitan Ram Manjhi on Sunday claimed the rich families were encouraging female foeticide. Poor are God-fearing and believe children are gifts of God, said Manjhi while speaking at a political conclave on 'No children born to die'. The CM ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Bihar CM leads Political Conclave to end newborn deaths, with Save the Children

Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. Patna, 20 July. Save the Children hosted a political conclave on the theme No Child Born to Die -- with elected representatives and political ...
 AlertNet2 months ago

Bihar district plans medicare for poor, seeks Rs 10 donations

Here's a unique initiative to ensure that the poorest of the poor gets the best possible medicare without depending on the government. Some 4,00,000 households in a Bihar district have been urged to donate Rs 10 each to ensure that the poor get financial help ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

High drama over VC resignation; most colleges agree to UGC directive

Delhi University Tuesday witnessed high drama over the reported resignation by its vice chancellor Dinesh Singh even as the UGC said that of the 64 colleges, 57 have agreed to "comply" with its directive to admit students only to the three-year undergraduate ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Confusion over whether DU VC has resigned  Deccan Herald2 months ago Delhi University VC resigns after row with UGC  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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