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  Want to enjoy main <strong>course</strong>? Avoid good appetizer

Want to enjoy main course? Avoid good appetizer

27 Jun 2015

Washington: A good appetizer has the potential to significantly change how the main course is enjoyed, says a study by a Food Science Professor.

main course,   appetizer,   Food Science,   Food,   food facts,   Latest health news,  
Indian coaches hail FIFA's Elite <strong>course</strong>

Indian coaches hail FIFA's Elite course

24 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Indian football coaches, including top names such as Armando Colaco, Derrick Pereira and Sanjoy Sen, have hailed FIFA's Elite course, calling it a "platform" to evolve.

Indian football coaches,   Armando Colaco,   Derrick Pereira,   Sanjoy Sen,   FIFA Elite course,   Latest News,  
Bhaichung Bhutia and Co clear 'D' License <strong>course</strong>

Bhaichung Bhutia and Co clear 'D' License course

23 Jun 2015

Kolkata: Bhaichung Bhutia along with several other former and current players have passed the AIFF 'D' License course, organised by the Football Players Association of India (FPAI) here.

Bhaichung Bhutia,   AIFF D License course,   Football Players Association of India,   Latest News,  
Uttar Pradesh in dilemma over recruitment of 1.22 lakh teachers

Uttar Pradesh in dilemma over recruitment of 1.22 lakh teachers

10 Apr 2011

The Education Department of Uttar Pradesh is in a dilemma over the recruitment of 1.22 lakh teachers in the district board schools. Since the applicants with requisite degrees from outside states have also applied in large numbers, the SCERT has sought opinion from Law department about their candidature.

Uttar Pradesh,   education department,   Basic Teaching Course (BTC),   teachers recruitment,   State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT),  
CBSE to introduce Financial Market Management <strong>course</strong>

CBSE to introduce Financial Market Management course

31 May 2015

New Delhi:  CBSE has decided to introduce Financial Market Management (FMM) vocational course for class IX and X in collaboration with the National Stock Exchange from academic session 2015-16.

CBSE,   FMM,   Financial Market Management,   Market Management course,   NSE,   National Stock Exchange ,   Latest India news ,  
Fired-up New Zealand on <strong>course</strong> for victory against England in second Test

Fired-up New Zealand on course for victory against England in second Test

02 Jun 2015

England: New Zealand ripped through England's top order to close in on a series-levelling victory as the hosts limped to 102 for five at lunch on the last day of the second and final Test today.

New Zealand ,   England,   test match,   Alastair Cook,   Latest Sports news,  
'Selfie' <strong>course</strong> introduced in University of California

'Selfie' course introduced in University of California

11 May 2015

Washington: The University of Southern California (USC) has introduced a course in the study of 'selfies', self-portraits taken on cellphones.

Selfie course,   University of California,   selfies,   cellphones,   self portraits,   Selfie class,   latest lifestyle news ,  
Microsoft unveils Edu-Cloud to make learning 'fun'

Microsoft unveils Edu-Cloud to make learning 'fun'

06 May 2015

Hyderabad: Microsoft India unveiled Edu-Cloud, a cloud computing-based offering, designed to offer digital learning and teaching in schools and higher educational institutions through virtual learning platforms in India.

Microsoft India,   Edu Cloud,   Digital learning,   teaching,   schools,   higher education,  
YouTube, Instagram can boost learning: Study

YouTube, Instagram can boost learning: Study

20 Apr 2015

Toronto: Social media can be a powerful educational device especially when a student is not doing so well to begin with, according to a new study.

Social media,   YouTube,   Instagram,   teaching tool,   Quebec,   multimedia,   education ,  
22 million infants miss out <strong>basic</strong> vaccines: WHO

22 million infants miss out basic vaccines: WHO

23 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Around 22 million infants across the globe still miss out on the basic vaccines for diphtheria, hepatitis B, measles, mumps and tetanus. And out of this, nine million infants live in the Southeast Asian region, World Health Organisations's (WHO) Regional Director Poonam Khetrapal Singh said here on Thursday.

Infants miss vaccines,   Vaccines,   World Immunization Week,   WHO,   World Health Organisations,   Diphtheria,   Hepatitis B,   Measles,  Tetanus,   Latest Nation News,  

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