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Mobile apps make start of campus life for DU students easier

Mobile apps make start of campus life for DU students easier

27 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Gone are the days when freshers were clueless about their way around Delhi University campus as a number of mobile apps are now providing all kind of information including about courses, PG accommodation and hangout places.

Mobile apps,   DU,   Delhi University,   freshers,   under-graduate programme,   Just DU Things,   DU deals,   Zomato,   Zocalo,  
Government plans to set up Sports <strong>University</strong> in Manipur

Government plans to set up Sports University in Manipur

24 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The government plans to set up a Sports University in Manipur as part of its development programme for the North-Eastern region, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Thursday.

Sports University,   Manipur,   North-Eastern region,   Rajya Sabha,   VK Singh,   North Eastern Council,  
Oldest evidence of human brain damage found

Oldest evidence of human brain damage found

26 Jul 2014

London: Anthropologists have unearthed a 100,000-year-old skeleton of a child in Israel who may have died because of a brain injury - the oldest evidence of brain damage in a modern human.

brain injuries,   brain damage ,   human brain ,   Qafzeh in Galilee,   University of Bordeaux ,  
Only 8.2 percent of our DNA functional: Study

Only 8.2 percent of our DNA functional: Study

25 Jul 2014

London: Debunking earlier figures stating that 80 percent of our genome has some biochemical function, Oxford researchers now report that only 8.2 percent of our DNA is functional.

DNA,   Chris Pointing,   biochemical function,   Oxford University,   Oxford researchers,   study,  
Protesters send Mahatma Gandhi's biography to Arundhati Roy

Protesters send Mahatma Gandhi's biography to Arundhati Roy

22 Jul 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: In novel mode of protest, members of a Gandhian forum in Kerala has sent a copy of Mahatma's autobiography "My experiments with truth" to Booker prize winning writer Arundhati Roy to condemn her derogatory comments against the Father of the Nation.

Ayyankali,   Kerala University,   Arundhati Roy,   NGO,   My experiments with truth,   ,  
Indian scientists develop seedless mangoes

Indian scientists develop seedless mangoes

22 Jul 2014

Patna: Indian scientists have developed what could be the ultimate delicacy a seedless mango which is finely textured and juicy, with a rich, sweet and distinctive flavour when mature.

Indian scientist,   seedless mangoes,   horticulture,   Bihar Agriculture University,   mango,   ,  
Delhi government relaxes NOC issuance policy to raise enrolment in colleges

Delhi government relaxes NOC issuance policy to raise enrolment in colleges

21 Jul 2014

New Delhi: In a significant move to encourage higher education in the national capital, the Delhi government has relaxed the policy guidelines for issuance of NOC to institutes seeking affiliation to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU).

Delhi government,   GGSIPU,   NOC,   Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University,   Indraprastha University,  
Delhi University's new session begins

Delhi University's new session begins

21 Jul 2014

New Delhi: After uncertainty and confusion over Delhi University's four-year under-graduate programme, its new session finally started on Monday with excited students stepping onto the campus for a new beginning in their young lives.

DU,   Delhi University,   new session,   students,   admission,   studies,  
Delhi <strong>University</strong> to begin academic session on July 21 as scheduled

Delhi University to begin academic session on July 21 as scheduled

15 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Ending speculation about the new academic session being delayed due to the scrapping of the four-year undergraduate programmes, the Delhi University has assured students and teachers that it would begin as scheduled.

Delhi University,   academic session,   July 21,   undergraduate programmes,   students,  
Curiosity's images show Earth-like soils on Mars

Curiosity's images show Earth-like soils on Mars

19 Jul 2014

Washington: Images and data captured by the Mars rover Curiosity suggest that the Red planet would have been warmer and wetter some 3.7 billion years ago, scientists, say.

Mars-Soil,   University of Oregon geologist,   Gregory Retallack,   NASA,   Martian landscapes ,  

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