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If You Don't Get Why Campus Rape Is A National Problem, Read This
Huffington Post

If You Don't Get Why Campus Rape Is A National Problem, Read This

For many people, reading the Stanford University sexual assault victim's powerful letter to her assailant was an entry point into the complicated, unjust realities of reporting and punishing sexual assault. While the attention the case -- and ... Huffington Post, 3 days ago

I was thrown out of Eflu, claims Dalit scholar

A Dalit scholar in the English and Foreign Languages University (Eflu) has alleged that he was forcibly removed from the campus at the behest of the varsity's proctor. Dalit research scholar Koonal Doogal, a native of Punjab, has filed a complaint against ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Africa: Fisheries Plundered By Foreign Fleets

By Christopher Pala Washington — In 2011, Dyhia Belhabib was a volunteer in the Fisheries Centre at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver when she was asked to participate in the Sea Around Us's project to determine how much fish had ...
 Eabizinfo.com20 hours ago

US Senator praises NSG after India failed to get membership

"It is universally recognised by the worldwide community", he said, according to a statement released by the Chinese Foreign Ministry last Friday. Earlier, Wang Qun, Director General of China's Department of Arms Control, told reporters here that ...
 Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago NSG membership should not be on a preferential basis: Sherry  Pakistan Press International5 days ago PPP (NSG membership should not be on a preferential basis, Senator Sherry Rehman)  Pakistan Press International5 days ago

Ireland may assist exporters if Brexit occurs - Foreign Minister

. A supporter attends a "Britain Stronger in Europe" rally at Birmingham University in Birmingham By Padraic Halpin DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland would have to consider taking steps to assist firms exporting into Britain if its nearest neighbor and ...
 Investing.com5 days ago

India: open up to foreign providers, recommends think tank

Foreign universities could help to meet booming demand, bring much-needed foreign investment and drive up quality in India's higher education system, according to the think tank tasked with crafting proposed policy for foreign HE providers to ...
 PIE News1 week ago

India's aspirations for full NSG membership likely to hit NPT roadblock

Han Hua, director for Arms Control and Disarmament at Peking University. The strong structural linkage between the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) is likely to undermine India's effort to become a ...
 The Hindu7 hours ago
Indian Express

No entry in NSG: India blames one country (China), others said no too

The Chinese chief negotiator at the NSG told reporters in Seoul that the group would not bend the rules and allow India membership as it had not signed the NPT. IN A major setback, India's ambitious bid to become a member of the Nuclear Suppliers ...
 Indian Express3 days ago India's N-club entry not on Seoul meeting agenda: China  Equilibrio Informativo3 days ago How Brexit will hit India's companies, stock markets and foreign trade  Quartz5 days ago Examining India's unsuccessful NSG bid  MSN UK2 days ago
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Brexit will hurt Australia, experts warn

Defence and foreign affairs experts have reacted with dismay to the shock Brexit vote, warning it will lead to a more fragmented West and make the world a less secure place. Britain's exit from the European Union will distract the country from its ...
 WA Today4 days ago Brexit: Australia will be hit as world will become more fragmented, less safe, say experts  Inverell Times4 days ago 'A setback for security of the West'  Sydney Morning Herald3 days ago Brexit will hurt Australia, warn experts  Melbourne Age4 days ago
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Collaboration in education

The regulatory body on higher education, UGC, has amended rules to encourage collaborations between Indian and foreign institutions. A little above 600 foreign institutions already operate in India from their home campuses through their liaison ...
 Chandigarh Tribune4 days ago Panel moots changes to teaching-learning methods  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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