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Hot job: When Ranchi police grilled 4,000 chefs
Hindustan Times

Hot job: When Ranchi police grilled 4,000 chefs

Giving finishing touch to the five dishes before the final whistle, Aditya Kumar Gupta, a professional chef, hoped that he made the grades by pleasing the palates of police officials to get a government job. Gupta, who works in one of the leading ... Hindustan Times, 4 days ago

Dalit Scholar's Death: Some Students Agreed to Cooperate, Says Interim VC

A section of students today "agreed" for resumption of academic activities in Hyderabad Central University hit by protests over dalit research scholar Rohith Vemula's suicide even as three teachers sat on a hunger strike seeking ouster of the VC and ...
 Outlook India1 week ago

NSC forms CAN parallel body

Kathmandu, January 8 The National Sports Council today came up with ad hoc committee to hold elections of the Cricket Association of Nepal within three months. Former vice-president Ramesh Silwal is the president of the new committee, while ...
 Himalayan Times1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

Chauhan takes charge, students detained

Officials welcome Gajendra Chauhan; protesting students (above) By Sandeep Kolhatkar After a simmering calm of 70 days, violence revisited the gates and campus of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) as the police stretched ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago FTII Row: Chauhan takes charge, students detained  Times of India1 month ago

FTII students lathi-charged

Cops wielded batons against students gathered at the gates when they began sloganeering and refused to clear the way for officials entry into the campus; Since students continued to protest throughout the day, despite the detentions at the beginning ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago
Emirates247

Dubai programmer says his software can help see through walls

An young computer technology enthusiast who did not have his own computer for many years says that he has developed an innovative application that can be useful in various segments including law enforcement, healthcare, military, and civil Defence ...
 Emirates2471 month ago

Agitators disrupt interaction

Rajbiraj, December 26 Cadres of agitating United Democratic Madhesi Front disrupted an interaction programme attended by Deputy Speaker Ganga Prasad Yadav in his home district Saptari today. Local leaders and cadres of UDMF disrupted the ...
 Himalayan Times1 month ago

IIT Bombay to start Bachelor's prog in economics

The Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay plans to start a four-year undergraduate programme in economics the coming July, if its Senate approves, enrolling 30 students to begin with. Devang V Khakhar, the institute's director, said they had ample ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago

Apna Patna app launched to solve civic problems

Patna: Reporting any civic problem has not been easy for the city residents. They have to run from pillar to post, not knowing who is the right person to approach to get the problem solved. With a view to addressing the problem and promoting ...
 Times of India1 month ago

CAN elects 17-member body amidst controversy

Kathmandu, December 14 The controversial elective General Assembly of Cricket Association of Nepal elected a 17-member central executive committee under the leadership of Chatur Bahadur Chand here on Monday. Chand, who was vice-president in ...
 Himalayan Times1 month ago
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