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President to attend convocation in Jammu <strong>university</strong> today

President to attend convocation in Jammu university today

01 Sep 2014

Jammu: President Pranab Mukherjee will be arriving here on a two-day visit on Monday during which he will attend a convocation at Jammu University, being held after a gap of seven years, and inaugurate facilities for pilgrims at Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine.

Pranab Mukherjee,   Jammu University,   Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine,   Ph.D degrees,  
‘Ancient seat of learning’ Nalanda <strong>University</strong> to be inaugurated today

‘Ancient seat of learning’ Nalanda University to be inaugurated today

01 Sep 2014

Patna: The ancient Nalanda University (NU), which attracted students from the world over, will rise again on Monday, as classes will begin at its newly established campus at Rajgir.

Nalanda University,   Patna,   Nalanda University campus,   APJ Abdul Kalam,   universities in Bihar,   new Nalanda University campus,   Rajgir,   Bihar,  
Nalanda <strong>University</strong> re-opens after over 800 years

Nalanda University re-opens after over 800 years

01 Sep 2014

Patna: Nalanda University (NU), an ancient international centre for learning in Bihar re-opened after a long gap of over 800 years as classes started at the university with 15 students, its Vice-Chancellor said.

Nalanda University,   ancient international centre,   International Convention Centre,   Gopa Sabhrawal,   Rajgir,  ,  ,  ,   ,  
Bihar to set up music varsity named after Bismillah Khan

Bihar to set up music varsity named after Bismillah Khan

02 Sep 2014

Patna: The Bihar government plans to set up its first Music University, named after shehnai maestro Bismillah Khan, in Muzaffarpur district, Minister of Art and Culture Binay Bihari said on Monday.

Bihar,   Bihar government,   Shehnai maestro,   Bismillah Khan,   Minister of Art and Culture,   Binay Bihari,   Music University,  Patna CM,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,   ,  
Earth's tectonic plates have doubled their speed: study

Earth's tectonic plates have doubled their speed: study

01 Sep 2014

London: Earth's tectonic plates are moving faster now than at any point in the last 2 billion years, according to a new study.

Earth,   tectonic plates,   oceanic crust,   University of New South Wales,   Sydney,   Australia ,  
Obese kids at six times more high blood pressure risk

Obese kids at six times more high blood pressure risk

01 Sep 2014

Berlin: The high blood pressure risk in obese children and teenagers is up to six times greater than those of a healthy weight, a new study has warned.

Obese kids,   obesity,   blood pressure,   risk,   body fat,   prehypertension,   Ludwig Maximilians University,  
Universities need to become drivers of innovation: President

Universities need to become drivers of innovation: President

01 Sep 2014

Jammu: Universities today need to become drivers of innovation and their focus should be on collaborative relationships with industry and government, President Pranab Mukherjee said on Monday.

President Pranab Mukherjee,   Jammu University,   Prime Minister Manmohan Singh,   Decade of Innovation,   Science,   Technology and Innovation policy,   Jammu and Kashmir Governor,   NN Vohra ,  
Gujarat to get Asia's first Ballistic Research Centre

Gujarat to get Asia's first Ballistic Research Centre

01 Sep 2014

Gandhinagar: India is all set to achieve self-reliance in testing of armoured vehicles, as Asia's first Ballistic Research Centre will soon be functioning at Gujarat Forensic Science University (GFSU).

Gujarat,   first Ballistic Research Centre,   Gujarat Forensic Science University,   bullet-proof armoured vehicles,   Self reliant nation,  
'Angry face' makes you appear stronger

'Angry face' makes you appear stronger

29 Aug 2014

Washington: Ever noticed your lowered brow, thinned lips and flared nostrils when you get mad over something? Your 'angry face' actually makes you appear physically stronger.

Anger,   angry face,   strong,   Griffith University,   Australia,   University of California,   expression ,  
DUSU polls: Student leaders unhappy with Lyngdoh panel curbs

DUSU polls: Student leaders unhappy with Lyngdoh panel curbs

31 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Although implemented with a view to keep money and muscle power away from campus elections, the Lyngdoh Committee recommendations have left youth wings of many political parties fighting the upcoming DUSU polls unhappy as they feel the expenditure limit set by it is unrealistic.

Delhi university campus elections,   Lyngdoh Committee recommendations,   political parties,   DUSU polls,  

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