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Will the new APS policy affect Indian students wanting to study in Germany? Here's what experts say
The APS (Academic Evaluation Centre) is an administrative move. The Centre will process students' academic documents and validate them
What happened on Feb 25: The Greatest gets his first world title and Hitler's WWII schemes are set in place
We hark back to a time when "float like a butterfly, sting like a bee" was more a technical flaw than absolute genius in the world of boxing. Also, Adolf Hitler becomes a German, finally
Germany becomes top donor for Education Cannot Wait, with massive donation of $228 million
The ECW's investments have supported close to five million children and adolescents, half of whom are girls with equitable, inclusive quality education
What happened on October 29: The Nazi propaganda king was born today and how US' Black Tuesday triggered a global economic collapse
Joseph Goebbels was the name and propaganda was his game. Oh, the hell he unleashed upon earth is unparalleled. Also, here's what Black Tuesday is and what it led to
Twitter study on 7 countries confirms right-leaning skew except in Germany
The study was based on tweets of elected officials in Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Spain, UK and USA
#ThrowbackToday: The 'rubble women' who helped rebuild Germany after World War II
In today's #TBT, we ask, if you think rubble rousers are cool, what about those who had to clear the rubble left behind after a war and build back a nation? Meet Trümmerfrau, the women who did this!
#ThrowbackToday: World War II came to an end as Germany surrendered. But why is Victory Day celebrated twice?
Keitel went to Karlshorst on May 8, a suburb of Berlin, where the document was supposed to be signed in the presence of Soviet Marshal Georgy Zhukov and a small Allied delegation
BioNTech starts Covid-19 vaccine production at new facility in Marburg, Germany
Once fully operational, the facility would become one of the largest mRNA manufacturing sites in Europe with an annual production capacity of up to 750 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine
This technique could speed up COVID-19 testing, say scientists from Germany
The researchers noted that quantitative RT-PCR can successfully detect viral RNA but requires expensive machinery and chemical reagents that can sometimes be in short supply
Now, NID students can apply for work permits in Germany
Recognition of foreign university-level qualifications in Germany is often an essential prerequisite for securing a German Work Visa, Job Seekers Visa or German Blue Card
Penniless and stressed about jobs and education, hundreds of Indians are waiting to go back to Germany. Will they ever?
While the lockdown in India enterred the third phase, Germany is slowly relaxing its lockdown norms from Monday
Young music star Matthew Peter Tharappel is back from a masterclass in Germany and here's what he learnt
The names of the professors at the masterclass that Matthew Peter Tharappel were Ofer Ben-Amots and Jan Jirasek
Game with Nazi symbols released at Germany's Gamescom
In Through the Darkest of Times, devised by Berlin-based independent studio Paintbucket Games, players are cast in the role of resistance fighters in Third Reich Berlin
This young scientist left a research opportunity in Germany to teach the next gen in Kerala
University of Kerala’s award-winning researcher Subodh G keeps his head above water while being swamped with teaching and research
This 14-year-old will meet Frau Angela Merkel in an all-expenses paid trip to Germany
After mastering German, Chaitanyan Prakash will visit Berlin on a three-week scholarship, thanks to Goethe-Zentrum.
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