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New College of the Humanities Offers up Economics and Politics BSc for 2015 entry

New College of the Humanities Offers up Economics and Politics...

London-based New College of the Humanities has launched a joint honours undergraduate degree in Economics and Politics, especially suited to those with an interest in public policy and governmental decision-making, for September 2015 entry. PRWeb, 19 hours ago

Surjya seeks PSC probe

Calcutta, Jan. 17: CPM leader Surjya Kanta Mishra today demanded a probe into allegations that the West Bengal Public Service Commission chairman had approved a move to furnish details of candidates to the panel's members ahead of interviews to ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago


meena banerjee appraises a hectic week Striking debut SUR, which stands for Sublime Urge to Rejoice, debuted as an organisation with a superb soiree. Spread over three evenings (24-26 December 2014) at Birla Sabhagar, it included a documentary ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago

Study suggests that dopamine is a safe anti-angiogenic drug in cancer treatment

AAAS Annual Meeting 12-16 February, 2015 San Jose, California EurekAlert! provides embargoed and breaking science news you can't afford to miss. EurekAlert! offers a one-stop science news distribution service you can trust. EurekAlert! is a ...
 EurekAlert!3 weeks ago NCI -Ohio State study suggests that dopamine is a safe anti-angiogenic drug in cancer treatment  Pharmacy Choice3 weeks ago

The supply chain in farming do we count all the assets?

Harvesting a crop or mining the soil by taking out more than we return? Flickr/Cyron, CC BY Most people understand the idea of a supply chain so that, for example, to make a car you need many thousands of different car components for assembly at ...
 PhysOrg.com3 weeks ago


meena banerjee admires the endeavours SHRUTINANDAN It is a fact that India is not the easiest place for a classical artiste to make ends meet by relying on his art; but this is also true that properly channelised artistic expressions help ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
Inter Press Service

GDP and the Unaccounted for 82 Percent of National Wealth

Development & Aid , Economy & Trade , Environment , Featured , Global , Global Governance , Green Economy , Headlines , Labour , Natural Resources , Poverty & MDGs , Trade & Investment Anantha Duraiappah is Director of the UNESCO / Mahatma Gandhi ...
 Inter Press Service1 month ago

Ed Davey's Very Silly Worries About Fossil Fuel Stranded Assets

Ed Davey, the Liberal Democrat Minister at the DECC (environment and climate change is their bag) in my native UK has made another one of his most odd interventions into the debate about climate change and public policy. This time he's picked up on ...
 Forbes.com1 month ago
Pacific Standard

Why Scientists Hate Their Journals

Last week, Macmillan's Nature Publishing Group, a major for-profit publisher of scientific journals, cracked open its paywall a little. Or more precisely, Macmillan created a way for people to tunnel under the paywall: Journal subscribers, along ...
 Pacific Standard1 month ago

Shoe row: Mondal may quit

DANKUNI: West Bengal Minorities Development and Finance Corporation chairman, Abu Ayesh Mondal, is set to step down. Though confidants say the Trinamool Congress leader from Burdwan has told them he is doing it on health grounds, party insiders say ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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