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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
Experts in the field of environmental engineering look for ways to minimise or manage pollution and waste through design systems, processes, and equipment
College authorities claimed that though the Principal had apprised the District Welfare Officer about the issue, the stipend money is yet to reach the students
Samuel Abiola Robinson talks about his love for acting, discovering Indian cinema and promoting equality within all spaces
Nearly half of 'budget schools' in city are pushed into loss by parents who willfully default on paying fees. In a bid to curb such cheating, private schools will make No Dues Certificate mandatory
Sweden, which holds the Security Council presidency this month, organised the open meeting on the theme 'Protecting Children Today Prevents Conflict Tomorrow'
The cardiac team from the Dubai Health Authority are performing free heart surgeries for children from India, under their initiative 'Nabadat'
The Odia Quandary: Will the new Odisha University help improve the state of research and job opportunities for the language?
Odia, the language, is receiving patronage in the form of the new Odia University that will be set up in this coastal state. But what are the research and job opportunities like?
How this Gurugram-based NGO 'Nanhi Chhaan' is giving back to India's daughters and promoting interfaith harmony
Founder and Chairman of Nanhi Chhaan Foundation Harpal Singh tells us how the skewed gender ratio in our country can be made better by celebrating the birth of a girl child
Ravenshaw University authorities on Friday published a notification to conduct indirect elections to the students' union this year
The Daan Utsav, formerly known as The Joy of Giving Week, had more than six million participants in 2017
Slain Kerala SFI unionist Abhimanyu's sister gets married amidst Maharaja's College students, CPI(M) leaders
The slain SFI leader Abhimanyu's sister Kowsalya was married on November 11. The wedding was postponed because of his murder
Govt pulls the plug on 100 crore grant for treating rare diseases like Thalassemia, Sickle-cell Anaemia, one year after announcing it
The complete shift of policy has left the families of kids with rare diseases and activists fighting for their cause in a shock
The duty stations included those in countries such as Afghanistan, Haiti, India, Iraq, Liberia, Libya, Pakistan, South Sudan and Syria
'Sometimes, in exchange for freedom, you have to bleed', why everyone must listen to this Sudanese student's hard-hitting poem
The poem 'I am Sudan' by a 20-year-old Sudanese student Enas Saifeldin talks about the hardships of people in her country during the crisis
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