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St Xavier's literature dept presents annual theatre festival

MUMBAI: The literature department of St Xavier's College is presenting its annual theatre and drama festival 'Ithaka 2015' from November 3 through December 2. 'Ithaka' showcases the talents of its students as writers, actors and directors. The fest ... Times of India, 1 day ago

Amish Tripathi

Born in Mumbai on October 18, 1974, Amish Tripathi grew up near Rourkela, Odisha. An alumnus of St Xavier’s College, Mumbai, and Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, Amish is known for his Shiva Trilogy comprising The Immortals of Meluha, ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Four suburban colleges in students most preferred list of 10

MUMBAI: A college campus in south Mumbai may not be the only alluring parameter for students pursuing degree programmes any more. While SoBo colleges are top on the students' preferred list, the ones in suburban Mumbai are catching up over the ...
 Times of India1 week ago Model bank distributes scholarships and certificates to students  Daijiworldcom1 week ago Travel time a major factor when opting for Mumbai colleges  Times of India1 week ago

Captain Krishna Swaminathan takes over command of INS Vikramaditya

Captain Swaminathan , Defence Services Staff College , Indian Navy , missile , MUMBAI , year New Delhi, Nov. 2 (ANI): Captain Krishna Swaminathan on Monday assumed charge as the second Commanding Officer of INS Vikramaditya, Indian Navy's new and ...
 Can India News4 weeks ago All you need to know: Meet Capt Krishna Swaminathan, the new commanding officer of INS Vikramaditya  Firstpost.com4 weeks ago Bengalurian takes over as Commanding Officer of INS Vikramaditya  Oneindia4 weeks ago
Jagran Post

26/11 Mumbai terror attacks: Paying tribute to brave hearts who lost their lives on tragic day

New Delhi: The countrymen will never forget November 26, 2008 when the Pakistani terrorists attacked Mumbai, killing around 166 people and injuring over 600. Seven years have passed but the horrifying and heart-wrenching memories of 26/11 still ...
 Jagran Post5 days ago
Navhind Times

A day with Team FC Goa

After the phenomenal win against Mumbai FC and an incredible score of 7-0 in the November 17 match, The Navhind Times Planet J Meet your favourite FC Goa player event, which was held on November 18, was an absolute treat to the 198 children and 50 ...
 Navhind Times1 week ago
Silicon India

9 Ultimate College Fests in India, You Just Can't Miss

BANGALORE: Campus life is a golden chapter of our life, which is filled with adventures, excitements and a lot of fun. Every one of us has some amazing memories to cherish about college life. College cultural brings the best in each student, since ...
 Silicon India2 weeks ago

Mumbai schoolboy dies while taking a selfie atop train

He accidentally came in contact with the powerful 25,000 volts overhead electrical wires and was electrocuted Mumbai: A 14-year-old schoolboy, who was trying to take a selfie on his cell phone atop a stationary train wagon, was electrocuted and ...
 Gulf News3 weeks ago Selfie atop train costs schoolboy his life  Kaumudi3 weeks ago Mumbai boy dies taking selfie atop train  Gulf News3 weeks ago

Enrol for a creative writing workshop in Mumbai

The course will help you turn your thoughts and ideas into short, meaningful essays and polish them for publishing or for blog posting. What's it about? Author Renu Balakrishnan is organising a creative writing workshop in March and April 2016 at Xavier Institute of Communication, Mumbai. Features of the workshop Understand the genre and the rules of writing creative non-fiction. Use the techniques of writing in scenes, using dialogue, developing characters, describing settings and other ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Jesuits seek more transparency in new education policy

Mumbai: Educationists have demanded more transparency, autonomy and equality for students of all genders in the proposed New Education Policy (NEP). The Centre should expedite the process of conferring autonomous status to colleges that have ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago
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