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Briefs 25.6.2009 The Statesman
Briefs
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‘Flintoff won’t repeat Ashes high’ 25.6.2009 The Statesman
‘Flintoff won’t repeat Ashes high’
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New detector not much better catching nuke matter 25.6.2009 Sify Finance
Federal investigators say the government's next generation radiation detectors are only marginally better at detecting hidden nuclear material than monitors already at U.S. ports, but would cost more
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Weakened farm sector may hit economic recovery 25.6.2009 TOI: India
UPA pundits hoping to post an economic recovery on the basis of strong results in the agricultural sector have been set back by the new estimates.
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Woman gangraped by 6 youths, 3 held 25.6.2009 TOI: Cities
Six youths allegedly gangraped a married woman in Amrai ward of Ghugus. Following a complaint by the victim, the police have arrested three accused, while other three are absconding.
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Mosley stands down to prevent split 25.6.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
• Ferrari's Jean Todt tipped as possible successor • Teams remain bound to current commercial rights agreement The threat of a breakaway Formula One championship was averted yesterday after Max Mosley announced he would not be standing for re-election as FIA president in October. Mosley, whose style of governance was one of the key issues underpinning the determination of the teams' association Fota to split with the FIA, agreed after talks in Paris that he would bow out from the presidency in four months' time. There is no word as to who will succeed him but the former Ferrari sporting director Jean Todt, a close ally of Mosley, has been mentioned as a possibility. Mosley will hand over all matters relating to Formula One to Michel ...
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Ofsted finds schools failing on curriculum 25.6.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Schools have made little progress in implementing the new secondary curriculum introduced last September, inspectors have warned. Most schools have left subject teachers to interpret it as they saw fit, which has led to an incoherent "whole-school curriculum". Ofsted inspectors visited 37 schools between May 2008 and March this year to see how well they had implemented the changes. Only four schools were judged to have done so "outstandingly", 21 were deemed "good", eight "satisfactory" and one "inadequate". The successful ones had developed a coherent curriculum throughout the school which was led and monitored by senior staff, the study found. But most schools left subject leaders to interpret the changes themselves. This often meant ...
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One more swine flu case 25.6.2009 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
HYDERABAD: One more patient — the wife of a software professional — admitted to the Government General and Chest Hospital, Erragadda, has tested positive for influenza A (H1N1) flu virus on Wednesday. With this, the total swine flu ...
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Delhi University helplines jammed 25.6.2009 Hindu: New Delhi
With the colleges all set to announce the first cut-off list for admissions today, the DU helplines are jammed with phone calls from admission seekers. The most common query students ask is whether they will be able to make it to a ...
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DU out with cut-off list: above 90 per cent 25.6.2009 Hindu: New Delhi
There is a decline since last year in most programmes in Arts and Commerce in off-campus colleges
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One transfer trips results of lakhs 25.6.2009 Telegraph: Calcutta
A new job for a senior official of Calcutta University will delay the publication of results of more than 3.5 lakh undergraduate students.
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Sachin parallel for Advani the skipper 25.6.2009 Telegraph: Nation
New Delhi, June 24: A sense of disquiet has crept into the BJP ever since L.K. Advani signalled at the national executive that he had no intention to quit active politics in the near future and might stay put to play a longer innings, preferably as the skipper and not as a night watchman or a tail-ender.
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Hosts look to take the fight to Brazil 25.6.2009 Telegraph: Sports
Johannesburg: South Africa have to overcome the talent of Brazil and their understandable feeling of inferiority if they are to carry the hopes of a nation and reach the Confederations Cup final.
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Girls outrank boys in MG University BA results 25.6.2009 Hindu: Kerala
KOTTAYAM: Girls stole a march over boys, bagging 37 out of the possible 41 top ranks in the final year BA degree examinations held by Mahatma Gandhi University during March 2009. Results of all examinations except Sanskrit and ...
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Kannur University B.Sc. results announced 25.6.2009 Hindu: Kerala
KANNUR: Final year B.Sc. examination results of Kannur University were announced here on Wednesday. Following are the names of first, second and third rank holders in that order for each subject: Mathematics: Hafsath C.P. (M.G. College, ...
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High Court nod for narco test 25.6.2009 Hindu: Front Page
Kochi: The Kerala High Court on Wednesday upheld the order of the Ernakulam Chief Judicial Magistrate permitting the CBI to conduct a narco-analysis test on Sister Sherly, Achamma, and Thressiamma in connection with the Sister Abhaya death ...
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The missing ‘E’s of medical education 25.6.2009 Hindu: Opinion
Medical education needs to be reconfigured to increase the emphasis on epidemiology, economics, ethics, empathy and engagement with the health system.
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Be an achiever 25.6.2009 Hindu:Metro Plus: Madurai
This title is to be debated. Excellence does not rely only on grades. Excellence is an ultimate position one is able to attain in any discipline. To be an achiever is excellence and not just answering the exam papers to score high marks. There ...
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The limitations of ‘jugaad’ 25.6.2009 HBL: Catalyst
Last time in my article Indiagenous Ingenuity, I discussed the jugaad phenomenon and ended saying “There is no questioning Indian creativity – not at the individual level. But does this Last time in my article Indiagenous Ingenuity, I discussed the jugaad phenomenon and ended saying “There is no questioning Indian creativity – not at the individual level. But does this
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Beverage boost 25.6.2009 HBL: Catalyst
Which is harder, getting your child to drink milk or do maths? The answer is that it depends on how you flavour both. Just as a good teacher can make maths interesting, a good flavour can sell a million tonnes of malted/milk-based Which is harder, getting your child to drink milk or do maths? The answer is that it depends on how you flavour both. Just as a good teacher can make maths interesting, a good flavour can sell a million tonnes of malted/milk-based
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