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Dengue grips Chennai, two children die 26.9.2017 TOI: Cities
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APSET 2017 results declared, just 6.9% get through 26.9.2017 ET: Education
While about 43,017 aspirants applied for the examination, only 32,282 candidates appeared for the exam, which was held on July 30.
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Admission process for DU's medical courses delayed by two months 25.9.2017 DNA: Opinion
The process for admission to undergraduate and post-graduate courses in Ayurvedic, Unani and Homeopathic medicine at the Delhi University (DU) has been delayed by more than two months, reportedly due to some "confusion" over communication received from the AYUSH Ministry on July 4, 2017, the varsity officials said. Following the declaration of results for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to undergraduate medical courses, the Ministry had on July 3, 2017, sent a letter to all state authorities, stating that a "common counselling session" would be held for admission to both undergraduate and post-graduate courses in academic session 2017-18. The Ministry looks after education and research in Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, and Homeopathy, among other subjects. In another letter sent the very next day, however, the Ministry asked the authorities to keep the earlier order in "abeyance". "It has been directed that the letter dated July 3, 2017, may be kept in abeyance till further order ...
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Declare MU results on priority, insists Guv 25.9.2017 DNA: Opinion
Governor and Chancellor Ch Vidyasagar Rao on Sunday directed the acting Vice Chancellor of the University of Mumbai, professor Devanand Shinde, to declare 'expeditiously and on top priority' the results of all the 11,981 students whose results are reserved. The governor also directed that the re-evaluation of answer papers, with regard to 46,806 requests received by the University, be carried out in a timely manner. The governor, along with Chief Minister Devendra Fadanvis and Minister of Higher and Technical Education Vinod Tawde held a review meeting at Raj Bhavan on Sunday. The governor reviewed the progress of the declaration of results of various examinations conducted by the University of Mumbai in Summer 2017. In January 2017, the then Vice Chancellor Dr Sanjay Deshmukh had announced that the university would conduct on-screen assessment of over 19 lakh answer sheets to ensure a transparent, tamper-proof assessment system. However, after a long delay in the tendering process (for the handling of ...
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Governor asks Mumbai University to declare pending results 24.9.2017 TOI: Cities
Maharashtra Governor C Vidyasagar Rao on Sunday directed the vice chancellor of the University of Mumbai to declare 'expeditiously and on top priority' the results of the 11,981 candidates which were reserved.
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Right for Sarfaraz to be Pak captain in all formats, says Azhar Mahmood 24.9.2017 Sify Finance
[United Kingdom], Sept.24 (ANI): The bowling coach of the Pakistan cricket team Azhar Mahmood has said that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has taken the right decision in appointing Safaraz Ahmed
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Indian Economic Service / Indian Statistical Service Examination, 2017 23.9.2017 Govt of india: PIB
Based on the result of the Indian Economic Service/Indian Statistical Service written examination 2017
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Yasir recalled in Pakistan Test squad against Lanka 23.9.2017 Sify Finance
[Pakistan], Sept 23 (ANI): Pakistan's prolific leg-spinner Yasir Shah has cleared the recent fitness test and as a result has been recalled in the 16-man Test squad for the two-match series against
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Morgan backs ODI stars to opt for Ashes over T20 leagues 23.9.2017 Sify Finance
England's skipper Eoin Morgan has backed Alex Hales and Jose Buttler to change their off-season schedule and fill in the gap in the top order of the Ashes series squad, which is scheduled to be
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'New sensor may help combat drug resistance' 22.9.2017 DNA: Evolutions
Scientists have developed a sensor for quickly determining whether an antibiotic combats a given infection, thereby hastening effective medical treatment and limiting drug-resistant bacteria. The method developed by researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the US can quickly sense mechanical fluctuations of bacterial cells and any changes induced by an antibiotic. The prototype sensor provides results in less than an hour, much faster than conventional antimicrobial tests, which typically require days to grow colonies of bacterial cells, researchers said.
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England unsure of best Ashes line-up, admits Strauss 22.9.2017 The Assam Tribune
England unsure of best Ashes line-up, admits Strauss
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?Life doesn't end with CML, say doctors 21.9.2017 DNA: Health
Death knell no more, Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia is turning from a fatal to a manageable disease, with patients surviving for years, thanks to medical advancements
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The garage science behind the stun gun that changed policing 20.9.2017 TOI: Intl Business
USA-TASER/SCIENCE (SPECIAL REPORT):SPECIAL REPORT-The garage science behind the stun gun that changed policing
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RARE PIX: Inside North Korea 20.9.2017 Rediff: News
CNN cameras go inside the secretive nation to places few outsiders have ever seen.
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Chipotle slides as customers turn up nose at cheese dip 19.9.2017 TOI: Intl Business
CHIPOTLE-STOCKS/:Chipotle slides as customers turn up nose at cheese dip
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Numbers Game: Super King Dhoni continues love affair with Chennai 18.9.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Mahendra Singh Dhoni averages 100-plus in ODIs at M A Chidambaram stadium in Chennai -- his tally being 401 in six innings, including two hundreds and a fifty, at an average of 100.25.
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SCARY! 59,000 farmer suicides linked to climate change 18.9.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'The number of deaths attributable to warming is likely to rise in the future.'
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Schooling India for success 18.9.2017 DNA: India
Ever since the Modi government took office in 2014, education has been a topic that has generated headlines. Critics and some educationists charge that the government's push to "over-promote" Sanskrit — a language already taught in schools — and yoga in school and college curricula is resulting in the "saffronising of education" while ignoring real issues. Emphasising Indian culture and e-learning Responding to such charges, the government counters that its vision is to provide quality education to all while making students proud of their heritage. In their manifesto released in 2014, the NDA stated, "Education in India needs to be revitalised and reorganised to make future generations proud of their culture, heritage and history and also for creating confidence in the vitality of India." Such confidence, the government feels, goes hand-in- hand with the Prime Minister's 'Digital India' vision and will enable more students to learn through e-learning. In line with this Digital India vision, the ...
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India v/s Australia: Despite his poor show in Sri Lanka, Virat Kohli backs KL Rahul to be a match-winner 16.9.2017 DNA: Top News
KL Rahul might have had his share of struggles in the limited overs format of late but skipper Virat Kohli is confident that the talented Karnataka right-hander will come good at his new No 4 slot. Rahul had scores of 4, 17 and 7 in the three ODIs in Sri Lanka and was dropped from the fifth rubber. Asked about Rahul's form, Kohli said: "KL (Rahul) is an outstanding talent. He is proved himself in all formats. And he is someone who needs to be backed. Because we believe that he has the ability. Once he gets his role done, he will start winning us games. We are very sure of that." Kohli also feels that apart from Rahul, who is batting at an unfamiliar No 4 position, each and every player in the team needs to be flexible. "I think, if you look to bat in the position that you bat in one format, in all the formats, then it can get very difficult for the team to find the right kind of balance including that player. So I think players need to adapt to what the team requirement is more often. "For example, I ...
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North Korea missile test fails to rattle TSX futures 15.9.2017 TOI: Intl Business
CANADA-STOCKS/:CANADA STOCKS-North Korea missile test fails to rattle TSX futures
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