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Educate in India: Narendra Modi government to tout India as Asia’s education hub
Times of India

Educate in India: Narendra Modi government to tout India as As...

To tout India as Asia’s education hub, comm ministry seeks to revive Foreign Educational Institutions Bill which had faced huge opposition during UPA rule. Times of India, 2 months ago
City can be education hub: Sisodia Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
Sri Lanka Daily News

Living the mission

Maris Stella College in Negombo is a premier educational institution in Sri Lanka. The college excelled producing several eminent intellectuals. In addition to leading academics, it has produced many sportsmen including athletes. The college has ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News5 days ago
Times of India

Government: Foreign campuses plan delayed, not shelved

NEW DELHI: Foreign campuses will have to wait a little longer as government has decided to have more discussions with stakeholders and take a decision on a few policy issues. This was decided after the HRD ministry's presentation on Foreign ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago PM Narendra Modi to discuss allowing foreign universities setting up shop  Economic Times1 month ago After 'Make In India', Modi Looks Forward To 'Educate In India'  Silicon India2 months ago Modi govt now wants 'Educate in India' | Housing for all launch by mid-June  Economic Times2 months ago

WP MPs object to change in selection process for board

Battle lines were unexpectedly drawn yesterday over a Bill to rename the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (Iseas) in honour of Singapore's first president. Workers' Party (WP) MPs took issue with a clause that would change how the ...
 Singapore Law Watch2 weeks ago

Allegion Reports Second-Quarter 2015 Financial Results

DUBLIN--(EON: Enhanced Online News Institutional markets continue to grow slowly, driven by higher education, and the long-range outlook remains positive for this market. We are still focused on our growth strategies and continue to execute our ...
 EON: Enhanced Online News3 days ago MetLife (MET) Steve Kandarian on Q2 2015 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  Seeking Alpha3 days ago Allegion : Reports Second-Quarter 2015 Financial Results  4 Traders3 days ago Jacobs Engineering Group's (JEC) Management on Q3 2015 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  Seeking Alpha4 days ago

Morocco: Insurance made mandatory for tertiary students

Insurance will become compulsory for students in institutions of higher education or vocational training with effect from September, after a Bill extending the mandatory insurance scheme to students was approved by both houses of Parliament earlier ...
 Asian Insurance Directory6 days ago

By Bill Gates: Countries with booming economies still need foreign aid

As the New Horizons satellite was beaming pictures of Pluto back to Earth last week, giving humans their first up-close look at a planet 3 billion miles away, world leaders were gathering in Addis Ababa to discuss raising money to fight ...
 Quartz1 week ago

Clinton issued clean bill of health

50 photos Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, pictured here on Tuesday, March 3, has become one of the most powerful people in Washington. Here's a look at her life and career through the years. Hide Caption 1 of 50 50 photos ...
 CNN3 hours ago Clinton aide pay spat at State  CNN3 hours ago (UPDATED) When has Clinton ever challenged  Daily Kos1 day ago Clinton's disclosure day  CNN1 day ago

Tsinghua spearheads China's chip drive

BEIJING -- Tsinghua University, sometimes referred to as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology of China, is on a mission. The 104-year-old school, the alma mater of Chinese President Xi Jinping and his predecessor Hu Jintao, is to reinvigorate ...
 Nikkei Asian Review4 days ago Akbar Ahmed Blogs On WorldPost  Huffington Post2 days ago As China Awakens, America -- And Pakistan -- Should Take Note  Huffington Post2 days ago China, other governments take aim at NGOs  Nikkei Asian Review3 weeks ago

Bill Clinton's gutsy apologies: Now he owes one to Ricky Ray Rector

It was all the way back in 2010 that former President Bill Clinton said he regretted adopting Don't Ask, Don't Tell, even as Senate Republicans were still blocking its repeal. Do you ever regret it as a policy? CBS News anchor Katie Couric asked ...
 Salon1 week ago Bill Clinton takes granddaughter Charlotte to concert  AOL.com2 weeks ago
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