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Only 0.6% of international students chose India in 2015-16, sa...

India attracted around 30,000 international students in the year 2015-16, which is a mere 0.61 percent of the global figure, reveals a report by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). AIU, which is a body under the Ministry of Human Resource ... DNA, 2 months ago

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Corporates keen on forest dept. export certification

Corporates hankering for quality and human resource development certifications dished out by global and Indian certifying organizations so far, are now making a beeline for eco-friendly ones. While bag-a-green certificate trend is gaining momentum among ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Indian execs paying a high price for life in the fast lane

Experts say one in every four mental health problems is due to depression and anxiety at the workplace. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. The theme for this year’s World Mental Health Day on October 10 was: Mental health in the workplace. It’s an apt theme as workplaces are changing dramatically and goalposts are shifting almost every month. And, it’s also a reminder to company managements about the importance of going beyond the optics to move towards a happier ...
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CPEC stirring competitive rather than cooperative Indian tendencies, says US expert

[United States], Sept.28 (ANI): China's deeper involvement in southern Asia via the over USD 51 billion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is stirring competitive Indian tendencies rather than cooperative ones, feels an American expert on South ...
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India is being run by dynasties: Rahul @Berkeley

The Congress vice president attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party, alleging that 'politics of divide and polarisation is radicalising and isolating people in India'.   IMAGE: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi delivers a speech at Institute of International Studies at UC Berkeley, California on Monday. Photograph: PTI Photo Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi's economic policies, accusing him of ...
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1 in 100 people in North India suffer from Celiac Disease

Celiac Disease is a global disease and affects almost 0.7% of the world's population. In India, about six to eight million Indians are estimated to have this disease, and its prevalence in the North Indian community is 1 in 100.In a bid to discuss and explore ...
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Of nationalism and anti-nationalism

Indian Naval band marches in at the Red Fort to celebrate Independence Day in New Delhi. Image: AP If India has been ruled by foreign powers for centuries, our penchant for according primacy to personal interests over national concerns has been a key ...
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Canada mission to organise MBA fair in Bengaluru in November

[India], August 30 (ANI):Canada's leading business schools will present MBA opportunities as a part of the multi-city MBA Showcase Tour in Bengaluru on 25 November 2017. This tour began in Delhi and covered Kolkata, Chandigarh and Mumbai. This is the third ...
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Exclusive! 'I am not a criminal'

'What can I do if god made me the way I am?''All I want to do is win medals for India and make my country proud.' IMAGE: Dutee Chand challenged the International Association of Athletics Federation's hyperandrogenism policy. Photograph: Kind courtesy: Dutee Chand/Facebook After a blink and miss appearance at the World Athletics Championships in London, India's sprint queen Dutee Chand is hoping to bounce back at the World University Games in Taipei. The Odisha athlete won two bronze medals at ...
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How about a 'Think for India' campaign?

The best of India’s brains are instead busy solving the world’s problems, as our policies incentivise them to do so, says Neelkanth Mishra.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. That 70 years after Independence, with more or less continuous democratic rule, we are still far from providing basic services such as drinking water, health, education, housing, electricity and all-weather roads to large chunks of our population cannot just be blamed on faulty execution or political ...
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