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Mass failure in DU exam: Smriti Irani asks officials to enquire 6.7.2015 DNA: India
 Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani on Sunday assured Delhi University students of that the officials will enquire with the varsity over mass failure in Sociology paper, triggering widespread resentment among the students. "Have asked officers to enquire with DU," she tweeted in response to the request of the student's who took to social media to vent their ire. At least 410 students of Delhi University colleges had failed in Sociology examination triggering protests. The aggrieved students staged protests at the office of Dean of Students' Welfare's (DSW), alleging discrepancies in result, error in evaluation and sought his intervention into the issue. While 250 out of 260 students of Shivaji college have failed the examination, 102 out of 120 Political (Hons) students at Laxmi Bai college, 38 out of 50 at Janki Devi Memorial college and 20 out of 25 at Keshav Mahavidyalya have also failed to clear the exam. Sociology in Contemporary India, is an interdisciplinary subject for honours' students in these ...
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Khanduri meets CM over delay in enforcing Lokayukt Act 5.7.2015 TOI: Cities
The delay in implementation of Lokayukt Act in Uttarakhand is main reason for the deteriorating condition of the state, said General (rtd) BC Khunduri, MP, Pauri ...
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Demand to preserve, beautify NCB Hall 5.7.2015 The Assam Tribune
Demand to preserve, beautify NCB Hall
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Where is Google taking us? 5.7.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Tim Adams was invited to hang out at Google’s California HQ, where some of the world’s brightest minds are working on innovations, such as driverless cars, that will transform our lives. But is society ready to go along for the ride? Whatever happened to wonder? The most unnerving thing about sitting in the back of a driverless car is how quickly you get used to it. After 10 minutes cruising Californian streets in the rear seat of one of Google’s “autonomous” Lexus 4x4s, the “look, no hands!” miracle of the Google “driver” in the front already feels old hat. Approaching a complicated four-way junction, every nearby moving or stationary object – lorries, wheelie bins, birds, trees, pedestrians – mapped and colour-coded instant-by-instant on the car’s computer console, I find myself thinking not, “Look out!” but rather, “Speed up!” The car, one of 24 that have now done a collective million miles on the roads around Google’s campus in the city of Mountain View , and further afield on freeways, and even out ...
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Involvement of students in stirs disconcerting: ZYF 5.7.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
Involvement of students in stirs disconcerting: ZYF
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Rally held to make education trouble-free 5.7.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
Rally held to make education trouble-free
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ZYF concerned 5.7.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
ZYF concerned
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Dean of Madhya Pradesh medical college found dead in Delhi hotel 5.7.2015 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
The dean of a medical college in Jabalpur district of Madhya Pradesh was found dead in a hotel in southwest Delhi on Sunday Reports said 64yearold Arun Sharma was investigating irregularities in the medical entrance test conducted by the tainted Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination ...
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Airoli murder fallout: School asks parents, teachers to step up vigilance 5.7.2015 TOI: Cities
The kidnapping and brutal murder of eight-year-old Franshela Vaz, a student of New Horizon High School, Airoli, has resulted in principals and teachers in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai asking parents to be more vigilant and careful when it comes to their children’s safety. Although many schools have a safety programme in place, this incident has prompted many of them to review their safety ...
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Referendum in Greece: the view from expat Greeks in Edinburgh 5.7.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest
With the future of their country hanging in the balance, Greeks in Scotland – together with a million other exiles worldwide – watch and wait from afar

As Greece goes to the polls for its bailout referendum on Sunday, one million Greeks living abroad can only watch and wait. Some in the UK have flown to their homeland to vote, but most will watch events unfold from afar, and with apprehension.

Solidarity rallies took place over the weekend in London, Leeds, Liverpool, Bristol, and Edinburgh, which has strong links with Greece, with three Orthodox churches, Greek schools and an annual film festival.

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Demand to remove education hurdles 5.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
Thousands of students and teachers took to the streets here today to protest against any kind of interference - by government or non-governmental organisations - in educational institutions in the state.
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PU to introduce choice-based credit transfer system 4.7.2015 Patna News, News from Patna, Bihar| Latest Patna News - Times of India Patna and Bihar News
Patna University (PU) on Saturday decided to introduce choice-based credit transfer system for all its courses from the next academic ...
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AAP slams LG over women's security in Delhi 4.7.2015 DNA: Urban Tales
AAP on Saturday accused Lt Governor Najeeb Jung of stonewalling the party-ruled Delhi government's efforts to bolster women's security in the "unsafe" national capital, and said the LG office was being "used as political tool" by the Centre. In an open letter to the Lt Governor, the party's Delhi convener Dilip Pandey alleged that Jung had turned down their repeated requests for a meeting regarding the appointment of Home Guards as marshals in DTC buses. "This was an issue where Centre-state relations weren't in question nor were you in the crossfire or necessarily required to be a proxy of the BJP-led central government. And yet, this was underused or rejected by you immediately," he said. Quoting a set of figures, Pandey said that Delhi has become an "unsafe" city for women and blamed the Centre for doing "nothing" about it. The party's publicity campaign forced Jung to release "home-guards in phased manner", he claimed. He urged the LG to mull over his role in the tussle over the appointment of ...
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Bihar Polls: BJP Chief Amit Shah stresses on 'word of mouth' campaign 4.7.2015 DNA: Urban Tales
BJP President Amit Shah has asked party leaders to engage in an aggressive "word of mouth" campaign to highlight the Centre's pro-poor and farmer works and not be deterred by negative media reports as they gear up to face crucial Assembly polls, starting from Bihar in September-October. With the saffron party facing the opposition heat over alleged dubious links of its senior leaders with former IPL boss Lalit Modi, Shah asked them not to be swayed by critical reports and instead highlight the numerous pro-poor works of the Narendra Modi government, party sources said. Shah gave these directives in the meeting of the party's office-bearers yesterday, the first such exercise after the National Executive meeting in Bangalore April this year. BJP secretary Shrikant Sharma said Shah spoke about 24 key initiatives taken by the central government in the first 12 months of its tenure and how they were aimed at the welfare of the poor and farmers. The government policies highlighted by the party chief included ...
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AAP slams LG over women's security in Delhi 4.7.2015 Delhi News, Delhi City News - Cities News - Times of India
AAP on Saturday accused Lt Governor Najeeb Jung of stonewalling the party-ruled Delhi government's efforts to bolster women's security in the "unsafe" national capital, and said the LG office was being "used as political tool" by the ...
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Amit Shah stresses on 'word of mouth' campaign 4.7.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
BJP president Amit Shah has asked party leaders to engage in an aggressive "word of mouth" campaign to highlight the Centre's pro-poor and farmer works and not be deterred by negative media reports as they gear up to face crucial Assembly polls, starting from Bihar in ...
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The history of Chelsea's Stamford Bridge - in pictures 4.7.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

As plans for a brutalist new home for Chelsea FC are unveiled, described by architect Jacques Herzog as having the feeling of ‘a castle, or a medieval walled village … something you wouldn’t find anywhere else’, we look back at the history of Stamford Bridge.

Click here to explore the history of Stamford Bridge in our series of Then & Now photography

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Talks with Govt inconclusive: FTII's Students Association 4.7.2015 Times Now: Home

Talks with Govt inconclusive: FTII's Students AssociationDescribing their talks with the government as "inconclusive and unsatisfactory", the FTII's Students Association (FSA) on Saturday (July 4) said the strike that started on June 12 demanding removal of TV actor Gajendra Chauhan as FTII Governing Council Chairman "will continue".


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Make education a 'disturbance free zone': DESAM 4.7.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
Make education a 'disturbance free zone': DESAM
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Rally for free educational zone held 4.7.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
Rally for free educational zone held
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