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Accused of overcharging, Bombay High Court grants relief to St Xavier's
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'Metro work not a threat to Xavier's'

MMRC officials confirm the Metro-3 tunnelling work will not affect the college's heritage structure
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Activist Manhas asks people to lend helping hand to martyrs' kin

Desh Group Activist, Vikas Manhas, in an event organised at St Xavier's College, Jaipur drew attention to the families of martyrs.
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Want to be a creative writer? This workshop is for you!

Novelist Renu Balakrishnan will conduct a workshop for budding writers at the Xavier Institute of Communication, Mumbai.    Do stray comments and incidents trigger thoughts and emotions in you? Do you mull over these and try to understand the larger picture? This course will help you turn these into short, meaningful essays and polish them for publishing or for blog posting. What will you learn? You will understand the genre and the rules of writing creative nonfiction. How to use the ...
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As jobs dry up, private engineering college students pay the price

These colleges were the source for entry-level recruitments by the IT industry before the job market began to crash. Vinay Umarji, Gireesh Babu & Avishek Rakshit report. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com  Private engineering colleges are struggling to place their students unlike the Indian Institutes of Technology, which have seen a significant rise in pre-placement offers this year. These colleges are a source for entry-level recruitments by the information technology (IT) ...
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The genius who discovered how stars live and die

The LIGO announcement -- which confirmed, among other things, that gold, platinum and other heavy metals were products of neutron star collisions -- came just before Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar's 107th birthday.Devangshu Datta on how a 19-year-old Indian first concluded how stars live and die.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com In July 1930, a 19 year old from Madras boarded a ship, heading for Trinity College, Cambridge. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, who was born on October 19, 1910, was the ...
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Sheena Bora trial: Peter responds to Indrani's charges

It would seem that Indrani's application was not something prepared or maybe even sanctioned by her lawyers and was a courtroom enterprise she had embarked on by herself, perhaps not realising it distracted from the main business of the trial and didn't help her cause.Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Thursday, November 23, was Round II of the Indrani versus Peter exhibition boxing match, which is now a freak side show to ...
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The man who will run the 2019 election

'Do you think Indian voters are so immature that they can be impressed or won over by such freebies before the elections?' Election Commissioner Sunil Arora asks A K Bhattacharya.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Sunil Arora, the newly appointed election commissioner, says he has no preference for any restaurant when I ask him for his choice where we could host him for lunch. But he quickly adds, humming and hawing a little, that he would like to avoid the India International Centre ...
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Why IT firms are not hiring for empty posts

'The world has changed and nobody has the patience to start a project and wait for six months to look at the outcome.'Ayan Pramanik discovers the reasons for the hiring drought.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com As client budgets shift to newer areas such as digital, analytics and cloud, the hiring trend has changed as well. Indian IT services firms have reduced hiring even to replace those who have exited over the last few quarters as they increasingly scrap roles in traditional ...
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The Tyranny of Parents

'Whether she pursued academics or art, there was one sort of tyranny she'd probably never escape -- her father's,' says Geetanjali Krishna.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com "My wife had to give our 15-year-old daughter a beating today," said Mahinder Singh glumly. "Punishment is necessary, I know, but it never feels good to a parent, even though we know it's for her own good." Whatever she might've done, I said, surely beating was not the best solution? It turned out that the teenager ...
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