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From SafeLive apps to 83 full-time police officers, here's why Arizona State University is one of the safest places for you to study

Dr Tirupalavanam Ganesh and his colleagues at Arizona State University were recently in India to prep up admitted students about what they could look forward to at the University

Published on 7th April 2017
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Trump's unjustified Muslim ban creates difference of opinion among judges 

U.S president Donald Trump imposes Muslim ban in the country, but judges are against it. The judges claim that the travel ban likely violates the Constitution by disfavouring Muslims

Published on 9th May 2017
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Despite 'America is safe' rhetoric, Indian applicants to US varsities drop by 'almost half' during Trump administration  

With mounting concerns in the wake of an uncertain immigration ban, increasing acts of discrimination and attacks on Indians in the USA, applications to varsities have taken a hit

Published on 27th May 2017
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Worried about your US visa? Modi to discuss job creation for Indians with CEOs of Walmart and Apple  

The government is expected to focus a lot on employment front, while expectations are that 30-40 percent of the 12 million annual job creation can be addressed by retail sector

Published on 22nd June 2017
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Want to make an impact in brand management? Grab Neil George's latest book that gives you a crash course in the field

Brand guru Neil George explains the branding industry to young Turks in a rather ‘comic’ format

Published on 16th July 2017
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I don't think of myself as a star, really: Vidya Vox gets candid about music and mashups

Vidya Vox tells us all about where she learned her music from, how she styles herself and what life would be like without YouTube

Published on 2nd March 2017
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DU releases 8th cut-off list for reserved category students  

The admissions for this cut-off list will take place between August 3 and August 4

Published on 3rd August 2017
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Facebook in trouble? Activists recording the Rohingya persecution accuse the giant of silencing their protests

Facebook in turn claims that the content is against their "community standards"

Published on 20th September 2017
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The abandoned Rohingyas of Tamil Nadu: Stories of children with no motherland

About 19 Rohingya families live in a small settlement on the outskirts of Chennai and the news of the deportation has left them fearful about the future of their children 

Published on 13th September 2017
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This video of Indians dancing to Rangeela in NYC is going viral and it's all Vinay Maloo's fault. Here's how he became obsessed with it

We find out why Rangeela New York, by the Pardesi Life Dance Project, is giving everyone the desi feels and making them think of Urmila all over again

Published on 3rd September 2017
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From Sikh turbans to Muslims with beards: Why school uniforms may never be the same again in the next century 

From Oxford to India's smallest town school is the usage of uniforms becoming more of a social issue rather than a way to ensure everyone feels equal? That is the question

Published on 9th October 2017
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Unmasking Theatre: Indian Ink and its game of emotions crosses invisible boundaries and tugs at peoples' masks

The Indian Ink Theatre Company centres around masks and the experiences and impressions made by their journey to different countries and cultures and people

Published on 31st October 2017
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Trump's Muslim Ban: 17k students from 'banned' Muslim ​countries entered the US last year

That's the number of students who will feel insecure that they may not be able to return after their studies and no one can visit them during that period because the Supreme Court agrees with Trump

Published on 5th December 2017
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Female teen footballer from Delhi drowns while posing for selfie at Australian beach 

The victim and her friends were there as part of the Pacific School games and were hit by a huge wave. Around 40 people- lifeguards and coaches- worked to rescue the surviving four girls

Published on 11th December 2017
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Filmmakers Aparna Sen, Geethu Mohandas on whether women directors have finally arrived on the scene

Is cinema really a women's world? 2 of the 35 female filmmakers in IFFK 2017 talks to us about the fest and if they feel that the industry has finally become conducive for women

Published on 14th December 2017

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