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Bristol will always remember Rammohan Roy says mayor

Continuing along city tradition, the Lord Mayor of Bristol on Sunday led the annual service at the sylvan Arnos Vale Cemetery to pay tributes to Indian social reformer Rammohan Roy, who died here on 27 September 1833 of meningitis. Hindustan Times, 2 months ago
E Pao!

23rd Imphal Book Fair 2014 kicks off Elibrary facility to be availed in 28 govt colleges Okendro

23rd Imphal Book Fair 2014 kicks off E-library facility to be availed in 28 govt colleges: Okendro Source: Hueiyen News Service Imphal, December 15 2014: A ten-day long 23rd Imphal Book Fair 2014 being organized by State Central Library in collaboration with ...
 E Pao!4 days ago
Hudson Institute

India's Social Crisis

Indians voice indignation over highly publicized incidents of rape, like the recent one in Delhi of a young woman by an Uber driver, but there is little public discussion of the socio-cultural context of the rape epidemic. Statistics from the ...
 Hudson Institute1 week ago

Assam University hiring for teaching positions

Assam University has released a notification inviting application from eligible candidates for recruitment to 52 teaching positions in UGC pay scale in the University's Silchar and Diphu campus. Candidates can apply for the post latest by December ...
 India Today3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

'Need Courage for Social Change'

CHENNAI: Scholars and academicians gathered here for a two-day national conference organised by the School of History and Tourism Studies of Tamil Nadu Open University (TNOU), that began on Wednesday. The conference on Reformers and ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
Eurasia Review

Social engineering of an ominous kind

The Dalits or low caste Hindus have struggled on the margins of Indian society, suffering in silence, for thousands of years. Being born at the bottom of the caste hierarchy is the ultimate sin in the land of a million deities. This is an issue that ...
 Times of Oman3 weeks ago Muslims must reach out to Dalits, other communities  Arab News4 weeks ago

Political parties keep an eye on situation

VARANASI: Tension had been simmering on the campus ever since student outfits like Samajwadi Chhatra Sabha (SCS) and Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) had raked up the issue of students' union. These outfits had been demanding scrapping of ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Kudos to cops for keeping Raj heritage alive

KOLKATA: Have you seen the imperial building with 40-ft columns on Sovabazar Street that once belonged to Bengal's pioneer industrialist Janaki Nath? Or visited the quaint garden house of Raja Rammohan Roy on Amherst Street? Did you look at the ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Movie Moghual wins main event

Mr. Kondlapudi Satish owned and Deshmukh-trained Movie Moghual (P.S.Chouhan up) won the Chief Justice Trophy (Div. I), the main event of the races held here on Sunday (Nov. 16). 1. C. SATYANARAYANA MEMORIAL CUP (1,600m), (Cat. II), 3-y-o & over ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Festivities at St. Thomas with Spectrum 2014

r-School singing competition was organised by St. Thomas College on Thursday as part of the on-going school festival Spectrum-2014. Spectrum, as the name itself signifies, is a flash of colours and music is its soul of life. Six schools ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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