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Six Indian-Americans Are Among 2016 Soros Fellows
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Indian-American groups allege discrimination by Yale, 2 others

A coalition of more than 130 Asian- American organisations, including two Indian-American groups, have sought an investigation into admission practices of the prestigious Yale University and two other Ivy League institutions, alleging that they discriminate ... Deccan Herald, 1 hour ago
Six Indian-Americans Are Among 2016 Soros Fellows News India Times, 1 month ago
Times Higher Education Supplement

Piloting a Price on Carbon: How World Universities Can Join in Taking the Lead

We were privileged to be in India last month representing Yale University to help start a conversation on how corporations and organizations can work to meet the country's new emissions reduction commitment by putting a price on carbon. After ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago NIS AD NOVI SAD : Students from Yale University to visit NIS  4 Traders2 months ago Can a young university be a world-leading university?  Times Higher Education Supplement1 month ago World's Largest-Ever University Subject Rankings  Asia PR News2 months ago

The battle for the Indian mind

Private liberal education and the future of dissent On 15 October last year, Peter Salovey, the president of Yale University , gave atalk in Delhi titled Liberal Arts Education in Asia. The speech preceded the ceremonial signing of a memorandum of ...
 Times Higher Education Supplement2 weeks ago

Two Global Leaders of Indian Origin Named 2016 Yale World Fellows

Two Indians — Anuradha Das Mathur and Joshin Raghubar — and 11 other game-changing global leaders were recently named 2016 Yale World Fellows . Each year, Yale University invites a group of exemplary mid-career professionals from a wide range ...
 India-West1 month ago
Counter Currents

On Burning Ground: The Human Cost Of India's Push to Produce More Coal

Yale Environment 360 India's state-owned coal company is ramping up production at the nation's coal mines, such as this open-pit operation in Jharia, to fuel economic development. (Photo: Fred Pearce) Come, says Raju. Let me show you my house. His ...
 Counter Currents2 months ago

13 Indian films that have courted controversies

) and Santa Banta Pvt Ltd (April 22, 2016) have been in the news for the controversies they have been making. While the former - an autobiographical story which reportedly takes on issues such as campus politics, corruption, moral policing and crony ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago
Washington Post

Whole World Debates Daljinder Kaur's Right To Have First Baby At 70

The couple from Amritsar, India, had been married without children for nearly five decades. Those long years were enough, Daljinder Kaur told her husband Mohinder Singh Gill. She was having a baby with or without him. "Due to a family feud we never ...
 NDTV1 week ago After nearly five decades of marriage, a woman in India finally gave birth. But some ethicists say 70 is too old.  Washington Post1 week ago

Meet Parashar Kulkarni, the Asia winner at the Commonwealth Short Story...

The story is set against the backdrop of four policemen looking for a cow in colonial India. Through a series of comic twists and debates on cultural and commercial interests, it discusses political agenda during the British Raj. Such is the plot of ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Indian professor wins Commonwealth short story regional prize  Gulf Daily News2 weeks ago
Times of India

IIT alumni centre to help Modi government in identifing visiting teachers

NEW DELHI: The government is working on a plan to rope in several Indian academics abroad to help top educational institutes in the country forge long-term academic ties and research associations with global schools such as MIT and Berkeley. IIT ...
 Economic Times1 week ago IIT alumni centre to help Modi govt in identifying visiting teachers  Times of India1 week ago

U.S. security apparatus doesn't reflect diversity: Susan Rice

Says individuals like U.S. Ambassador to India Richard Verma build bridges and deepen partnerships in a globalised world. America's national security apparatus does not reflect its ethnic and racial diversity, National Security Advisor Susan Rice ...
 The Hindu1 week ago US security apparatus does not reflect diversity: Rice  Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago
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