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Dangerous and Cruel: International students in USA scramble to device plans to cope with new rule

Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology filed a lawsuit this week to block the decision

Published on 10th July 2020
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American varsities including Harvard, MIT sue Trump administration over visa row for foreign students

The lawsuit represents a swift response to the unexpected order issued this week by the federal government, as universities rush to protect the status of thousands of international students

Published on 9th July 2020
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With USA asking international students to go back, will Indian students still apply to Ivy League schools this year?

With the US government asking international students to go back to their countries if the fall semester is held online, will Indian students still want that Harvard degree?

Published on 8th July 2020
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Horrifying and Cruel: American academicians, lawmakers slam ICE's move to send back foreign students

US Senator Elizabeth Warren tweeted that kicking international students out of the US during a global pandemic because their colleges are moving classes online for physical distancing hurts students

Published on 7th July 2020
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COVID-19, GST will be future Harvard case studies on failure: Rahul's dig at govt

Taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the former Congress chief also tweeted a clip which included portions from the PM's addresses to the nation on the COVID-19 crisis

Published on 6th July 2020
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Want Shashi Tharoor as your prof? He will be teaching foundation courses at Masters’ Union School of Business

Dr Tharoor will teach a foundation course at the Masters’ Union which will draw from his experience as an eminent thinker, writer and administrator

Published on 1st July 2020
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Call them, maybe? How Dost Education is stirring up an edu revolution using one-minute calls 

EdTech platform Dost Education allots everyday task to parents so that they can actively engage their children in activities that teach them about numeracy, good touch, bad touch and a lot more 

Published on 19th June 2020
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Why Plaksha University's founders think it will take India 15-20 years to make quality education affordable and accessible

Is it possible for India to make online education work for all its students? Do we need a change in education policies to match the new normal?

Published on 19th June 2020
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COVID-19 testing in asymptomatic pregnant women important: Study

Universal testing in the labour and delivery units began more than 30 days after physical distancing orders were placed in Massachusetts

Published on 16th June 2020
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Confident that COVID-19 vaccine will be available by next year, says Harvard Professor

Three vaccines are showing promising results. These are from America, China and Oxford. For now, they all seem promising — may be one of them or all turn out to be effective, said the professor

Published on 27th May 2020
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Here are 21 crazy cool online courses and how to study them

Conventional courses that will make you super employable or pad up your resume not quite your cup of chai? Fret not. Over the next three pages, here are some offbeat courses to satiate your soul

Published on 17th May 2020
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India could avoid 72 per cent of COVID-19 cases after lockdown by closing red light areas: Yale and Harvard study 

India can add 17 days of additional delay to the peak increasing hard-earned gains from the lockdown. Closing red light areas could reduce COVID-19 deaths by 63 per cent

Published on 16th May 2020
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Post-COVID social spaces: What will campuses and corridors look like after the pandemic is over?

Saras Bhaskar, counselling psychologist and coach, weighs in on what campuses and corridors will look like in educational institutions in a post-COVID world. And will their be more security as well? 

Published on 4th May 2020
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DU students win Global Case Competition at Harvard

The competition brings together students from across the world to compete on a finance case involving strategic management at the Harvard University

Published on 30th April 2020
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Calling Gen Z: Why you need Worldview's ongoing interactive sessions to lend insight into gender diversity, global citizenship 

On till May 5, these online sessions organised by Hyderabad-based start-up Worldview is being helmed by experts from various fields who are going live through the EdTech platform's online platform 

Published on 27th April 2020

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