The centrally-sponsored premier health institute JIPMER would set up its branch in Karaikal and the Union territory government has earmarked 80 acres of land for
As many as 11 innovative projects that solved social and technical problems, were given awards by Gujarat Technological University (GTU) on 5th Annual Sankuls Day
Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN), the much-touted programme to attract foreign faculty to teach for a term in India, is slowly finding its feet
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School students who score high on IQ tests have always been celebrated as academic heroes in India. Recently, two 11-year-old British students of Indian origin,
A 3-day ‘National Conference on Social Entrepreneurship (NCSE)’ was conducted at XLRI-Xavier School of Management in Jamshedpur. The 8th edition of NCSE themed on “Social
Coming face to face with a hostile Steve Redgrave back in 1998 was one of the most intimidating moments of sports physiologist Steve Ingham’s career.
Proudly branding itself as Asia’s world city, Hong Kong is famous for many things – from its savoury cuisine and efficient transport system to its
Finland is the world’s most literate nation, according to new research, with the UK coming in 17th, behind countries including the US, Canada and Australia.
The University of Surrey is at the centre of a multi-billion pound research race to find a phone network which will deliver Internet speeds 100