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Narayanan.K In 1925, when he was 18 years old, RK Narayan failed his University entrance examination in English. An enforced gap year followed, and every morning of that year, Narayan would walk from his house at 1087, Bojjanna Lines, to the banks ... Times of India, 1 week ago

Greener pastures

Although environmental education as a branch of study in India dates back a few decades, in recent years it has truly diversified. Several new postgraduate specialisations are now in the offing. Here is a look at a few of them. Environmental ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Kashmir University Recruitment 2017: Apply for 88 Professor and Associate Professor Posts

Kashmir University has released a notification on its official website for the recruitment of 88 Professor and Associate Professor vacancies. The recruitment will be done in various departments/ Centers/ Campuses. The interested candidates can apply ...
 India.com2 weeks ago

Cyclone Vardah blows away green canopy of most city colleges

Universities and colleges are coming to terms with the huge loss of green cover in their premises to cyclone Vardah. The institutions have started taking stock of the damage and are analysing how best they can replant some of the damaged trees. ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Plea for CBI probe dismissed in Madhan case

The Madras High Court on Thursday dismissed 14 petitions moved by parents of aspiring medical students, who were allegedly cheated by SRM University Chancellor T.R. Pachamuthu and film producer Madhan to the tune of over Rs. 70 crore. The ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

New active filaments mimic biology to transport nano-cargo

Inspired by micro-scale motions of nature, a group of researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras and the Institute of Mathematical Sciences, in Chennai, India, has developed a new design for transporting colloidal particles, tiny cargo ...
 PhysOrg.com1 week ago

Turkish Intellectuals Who Have Recognized The Armenian Genocide: Ömer Madra

December 1, 2016 Dr. Ömer Madra (born in 1945 in Istanbul ) is a Turkish author, academician, journalist, and radio programmer. He is the founder of the Public Radio. He graduated from Robert College in 1964, and from the Faculty of Political ...
 Groong1 month ago
Times Higher Education Supplement

A brief history of the modern Indian university

College Street in Kolkata is a real place, but it is also something of a myth. The cradle of the 19th-century Bengal Renaissance, it runs past the historic Presidency College and the University of Calcutta , as well as a host of other institutions ...
 Times Higher Education Supplement1 month ago

Rahmatullah (No 2) v Ministry of Defence & Anor (Rev 1) [2017] UKSC 1 (17 January 2017)

Hilary Term [2017] UKSC 1 On appeals from: [2014] EWHC 3846 (QB) and [2015] EWCA Civ 843 JUDGMENT Rahmatullah (No 2) (Respondent) v Ministry of Defence and another (Appellants) Mohammed and others (Respondents) v ...
 Bailii.org3 days ago

ET Women Ahead: Corporate India's fastest rising women leaders

Call it the Pygmalion Effect or a corollary, but those marked for stardom do shine bright. In 2015, The Economic Times released a first-ofits-kind listing of corporate India's fastest rising women leaders, based on an extensive study conducted by ...
 Economic Times4 days ago ET Women Ahead: Rising stars of India Inc & beyond  Economic Times5 days ago
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