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Like Nalanda, India must remain a melting pot of civilisations
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Like Nalanda, India must remain a melting pot of civilisations

Universities must be the bastions of free speech and expression. It must be the arena where diverse and conflicting schools of thought contend. There should be no room for intolerance, prejudice and hatred within the spaces of this institution. Further, it must act as flag-bearer for the coexistence of multiple views, thoughts and philosophies, says President Pranab Mukherjee. Image: President Pranab Mukherjee presents a degree to a student at the first convocation of Nalanda ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago

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Home truths follow Nalanda dream

President Pranab Mukherjee today conferred Master's degree on 12 Nalanda University students at its first convocation, an event he described as a "dream coming true" for him and the country. "I am privileged to be conferring degrees to the first batch," said ...
 The Telegraph3 days ago Address By the President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee at the First Convocation of Nalanda University And Laying of the Foundation Stone of Its Campus at Nalanda, Rajgir, Bihar  PIB3 days ago Khadi's the way for Nalanda varsity robe  The Telegraph5 days ago Mukherjee to address first convocation of Nalanda University  Prokerala5 days ago
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Universities should be bastions of free speech, debate: President Mukherjee

Last Updated: Saturday, August 27, 2016 - 18:23 Nalanda: President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday said universities and institutions of higher learning must be bastions of free speech and expression and debates should be encouraged. At the first convocation of ...
 Zee News3 days ago 'Varsities should be bastions of free speech'  Deccan Herald3 days ago
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Nalanda ruins' upkeep an uphill task

Patna: The upkeep of ancient Nalanda University, a world heritage site, as per the norms laid down by Unesco would be an uphill task for the administration. Lack of basic infrastructure, encroachment and poor communication network make it difficult ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Ramdev plans world class varsity in India  Rediff.com2 days ago Re-discovering Nalanda in 2016  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Big challenge for authorities to maintain the world heritage site of Bihar's Nalanda  Times of India1 month ago
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President Mukherjee lays foundation stone of permanent campus of Nalanda University

[India], Aug. 27 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee today laid the foundation stone of the permanent campus of Nalanda University at Pilkhi village in Rajgir, Bihar. He also conferred the chancellors gold medal to two students at the first convocation of the ...
 Sify3 days ago
The Telegraph

Light on varsity villages

A fresh study on the ancient Nalanda University has revealed that around 110 villages in the vicinity supported the varsity's sustenance and at least 50 of them still exist in the area. Ravi S. Gupta, an archaeologist in Patna, has lent some new insight into ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago
India Today

The Nalanda criteria

Hugh & Colleen Gantzer The system of debate at Nalanda was replicated by some European universities many centuries later in the Tripos ceremony. The varsity's ancient cultural heritage did not emphasise conformity but creativity, inquisitiveness ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago Nalanda Mahavihara - a World Heritage Site  Sunday Observer1 month ago Nalanda ruins Vikramshila's mood  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Tourists can now follow Buddha steps by road, rail and air at Bihar's Nalanda Mahavihara  India Today1 month ago
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India Today

World Heritage List: Other sites that made the cut

UNESCO recently included Khangchendzonga National Park in Sikkim, Nalanda University in Bihar and The Capitol Complex in Chandigarh in the new World Heritage List. Here are a few of the other new sites that made the cut: In Pic: Khangchendzonga ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago New World Heritage Sites in India  Outlook Traveller3 weeks ago Nalanda University among 3 Indian sites included in UNESCO World Heritage list  International Business Times India1 month ago Khangchendzonga National Park: India's new UNESCO World Heritage Site!  India Today4 weeks ago

Govt circulates new varsity bill in House

Patliputra University, which will be carved out of Magadh University colleges in Patna and Nalanda districts, will have its headquarters in Patna. The Magadh University extension centre office in Rajendra Nagar will act as the administrative block of the new ...
 The Telegraph4 weeks ago Admissions to continue till July 30 in some Patna University colleges  Times of India1 month ago Undergrad classes begin in Patna Science College  Times of India1 month ago

Honouring Nalanda legacy

UN tag fine; deliver on new Nalanda University The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's conferring of the coveted World Heritage tag on the ancient Nalanda University site in Bihar is a moment of celebration for the ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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