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26 Jun 2016 | Ananya Borgohain and Shraddha Singh
When Delhi University announces its first cut-off list for undergraduate courses, predictably thousands of students will be rejected. Where do they go now when the frontiers they aspire for a successful future lead them to a dead end, ask ANANYA BORGOHAIN and SHRADDHA SINGH While Delhi University (DU) will release its first cut-off list for undergraduate courses on June 30, its St Stephen’s College had announced its own list last week...
02 Jul 2016 | Staff Reporter | Naya Raipur
In a unique exercise to bring the Chiefs of Panchayat and municipal bodies on a tour of Chhattisgarh’s capital and its other cities to watch the pace of State’s development, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh on Friday launched the ‘Hamar Chhattisgarh’ project in the new capital amid much fanfare. In his address after launching the project, the Chief Minister said : “Even though the soil, water, villages, people and trees...
Indigenously developed Tejas fighter jet inducted into Air Force. Tejas will take our air strength to new heights.
If our (women-centric) films are watched more then things will change. It has started happening the more it happens the better.
Brexit has created uncertainty. We believe this is likely to dampen growth in the near term, particularly in the UK, but with repercussions also for Europe and the global economy.