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Hyderabad student ends life over exam failure
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Hyderabad student ends life over exam failure

According to Kukatpally police station Circle Inspector Prasanna, victim Sai Kumar was pursuing his intermediate first year in MNR Junior college and has failed in the final exam.The body of the deceased has been shifted to a government hospital for ... Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Why young India is paying for expensive private colleges

With overburdened, excessively competitive public universities and an unchecked spurt of private universities, the undergraduate system is in shambles. To raise the bar for undergraduate education in India, a clutch of private universities -- and some public ones -- are changing the way institutes admit students, run institutions and impart education. Manvi Kapur reports. With plush campuses and shift in pedagogy, private universities like Ashoka University, Shiv Nadar University, Azim Premji ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Loses sight at 17; Febin fights destiny by bagging 1st rank in BA, MA exams

Though Febin lost her vision at the age of 17 years, she is determined to inspire all others with her story. With unbeatable confidence, Febin Mariam Jose has now secured first rank in MA Philosophy from Kerala University. Earlier, she had bagged first rank ...
 Mathrubhumi2 days ago

Young Guns

The BJP and Congress have blooded a select group of aggressive and articulate young leaders to drive their party agenda ahead of the big face-off in 2019. Who are they? Gautam Datt reports The wheel of Indian politics is spinning perhaps faster than at ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Paper leak: Coaching owner, others grilled; CBSE was tipped-off before exam

IMAGE: Students and parents gather outside a coaching center in Rajendra Nagar where Delhi Police conducts an investigation for their alleged involvement in CBSE question paper leak in New Delhi on Thursday. Photograph: PTI Photo The crime branch has questioned 25 people, including owner of a coaching centre, 18 students and some tutors, in connection with the alleged leak of Central Board of Secondary Education examination papers, the Delhi Police said on Thursday as it tried to ...
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Sports Shorts: Bhaker-Anmol win air pistol mixed gold

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Tuesday IMAGE: Manu Bhaker and Anmol after their mixed air pistol gold at the ISSF Junior World Cup on Tuesday. Photograph: ISSF/Twitter Manu Bhaker and Anmol paired up to secure India's seventh gold medal at the ISSF junior World Cup by winning the mixed 10m air pistol event with a qualification world record in Sydney on Tuesday. Genemat Sekhon bagged an individual bronze medal in the junior women's skeet, shooting a 36 in the ...
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PHOTOS: America's students march for their lives!

Hundreds of thousands of people have flooded the American capital on Saturday for the “March for Our Lives” to support tougher gun controls and protest Congress's refusal to consider them.  The event is being led by the student survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14 when 17 were slaughtered by a teenage gunman carrying a legally-purchased AR-15. Some 700 other events are being held around the world in solidarity. Take a ...
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Undefeated! He overcame cerebral palsy to become a boxer

Diagnosed with quadriplegic cerebral palsy due to birth asphyxiation, Zeus Andre Sequeira is no stranger to fighting. Photographs: Courtesy Zeus Andre Sequeira/Instagram and Facebook When he was born, Zeus Andre Sequeira had an umbilical chord wrapped around his neck and a 5-minute delay in getting the oxygen lead to a brain damage. Initially his parents weren't sure of the extend of the brain damage. All they noticed were his delayed eye movements. "I wouldn't react easily ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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On Charles Darwin's 209th birthday, scientists celebrate 'Darwin Week' to prove 'how humans evolved from apes'

To remove the "doubts being planted in the minds of the common people" about the theory of evolution, and demonstrate with evidence how humans evolved from apes, scientists from across the country are celebrating 'Darwin Week' from tomorrow. Recent statements ...
 DNA2 months ago
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Why are Punjab cops killing themselves?

The recent suicide by a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) of Punjab police shooting himself while handling a student protest and a previous incident of another cop ending his life during the Republic Day parade function in the state has once again ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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