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Delhi University releases first cut-off list; 100 percent needed in two colleges

Jun 25, 2015

Delhi University releases first cut-off list; 100 percent needed in two colleges

The first cut-off list of Delhi University for its undergraduate courses has yet again touched the 100 percent-mark. #NewsTracker #Delhi University #Cut-offs #Admissions #100 percent #College of Vocational Studies #Indraprastha College for Women
Most companies naive about cloud strategy maturity: SAP study

Jun 19, 2015

Most companies naive about cloud strategy maturity: SAP study

A key reason is the significant shortage in necessary IT skills and strategic approach, and the business-process change required to get to the next level, the survey notes. #Study #cloud #SAP #IDC #Maturity
NASA study reveals world's running out of groundwater, and India's particularly at risk

Jun 18, 2015

NASA study reveals world's running out of groundwater, and India's particularly at risk

A study based on data collected from a NASA satellite has revealed that water from underground aquifers of the world are being depleted at an alarming rate. #World #Life #India #NewsTracker #Nasa #water #Study #research #Drinking water #Shareworthy #aquifer #underground water resources #GRACE satellite
Chandigarh happiest city in India, Guwahati least, says survey

Jun 11, 2015

Chandigarh happiest city in India, Guwahati least, says survey

Chandigarh is followed by Lucknow, Delhi, Chennai and Bengaluru in the top five slot. #NewsTracker #Chandigarh #Guwahati #LG #'Life is Good' Happiness Study
The disease calender: New US study establishes link between birth month and diseases

Jun 10, 2015

The disease calender: New US study establishes link between birth month and diseases

People born in the month of March face a higher risk of heart disease, including atrial fibrillation, congestive heart failure, and mitral valve disorder, according to a new US study. #Life #NewsTracker #Health #heart diseases #scientific study #Link between birth month and diseases #CUMC #Disease calender
British Airways offer extra check-in baggage for Indian students flying abroad for studies

Jun 09, 2015

British Airways offer extra check-in baggage for Indian students flying abroad for studies

In a good news for Indian students going abroad for higher studies, UK-based British Airways has put a limited period offer for them to carry an extra check-in baggage of up to 23 kgs for destinations across the US, Canada, the UK and Europe. #World #India #NewsTracker #British Airways #students #Extra Check-in Baggage #Higher Studies Abroad
No political vendetta behind Tomar's arrest: BCD chairman Manan

Jun 09, 2015

No political vendetta behind Tomar's arrest: BCD chairman Manan

The Bar Council of Delhi (BCD) Chairman on Tuesday claimed there was no 'political vendetta' behind the complaint lodged by the organisation against Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar for allegedly obtaining fake degree and his subsequent arrest. #India #NewsTracker #bIhar #Delhi Bar Council #Bishwanath Singh Institute of Legal Study College #K K Manan
New study may have found drug to prevent Alzheimer's disease

Jun 09, 2015

New study may have found drug to prevent Alzheimer's disease

A drug that suppresses the immune system to prevent transplant patients' bodies from rejecting their new organs may also protect against Alzheimer's disease, a new study has found. #Life #NewsTracker #Alzheimer's disease #scientific study #University of Texas Medical Branch #Immunse system
IIT-M's slide into saffron: The unjust ban was just one symptom of the rot

Jun 09, 2015

IIT-M's slide into saffron: The unjust ban was just one symptom of the rot

The revoking of the de-recognition of a students body, the Ambedkar-Periyar Study Circle (APSC), at the IIT Madras is not only an endorsement of political #OnOurMind #Narendra Modi #Smriti Irani #RSS #HRD Ministry #Free Speech #iit madras #Ambedkar-Periyar Study Circle #IIT-M #APSC #APSC ban
Ban friendly Modi Sarkar on back foot, says Rahul after IIT-M students' group APSC is reinstated

Jun 08, 2015

Ban friendly Modi Sarkar on back foot, says Rahul after IIT-M students' group APSC is reinstated

Rahul Gandhi on Monday said that the Narendra Modi government is "on the back foot" after the lifting of a ban on a students' group at IIT Madras even as he hailed the development as a "big win for students". #Rahul Gandhi #TheySaidIt #iit madras #Ambedkar-Periyar Study Circle #IIT-M #APSC