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DU developing working module for community radios in India

DU developing working module for community radios in India

23 Nov 2014

New Delhi: What does it take to start and successfully run a community radio station in India? A 'working module' is being developed by the Delhi University for this purpose.

Community radio station,   Delhi University,   Ministry of Information and Broadcasting,  
Andhra Pradesh to soon get Marine <strong>University</strong>

Andhra Pradesh to soon get Marine University

22 Nov 2014

Machilipatnam: A Marine University will be soon opened in Andhra Pradesh, Minister for Excise and BC Welfare K Ravindra said here.

Andhra Pradesh,   Marine University,   K Ravindra,   Minister for Excise and BC Welfare,   World Fisheries Day ,  
Japan earthquake collapses homes, causes injuries

Japan earthquake collapses homes, causes injuries

23 Nov 2014

Tokyo: A strong earthquake has struck a mountainous area of central Japan that hosted the 1998 winter Olympics, knocking down at least 10 homes in a ski resort town and injuring more than 20 people, officials said.

earthquake in Japan,   mountainous area of central Japan,   ski resort town,   Nagano city ,  
New synthetic platelets for better bleeding control

New synthetic platelets for better bleeding control

23 Nov 2014

Los Angeles: Scientists, including two of Indian-origin, have developed new synthetic platelets that mimic and outperform natural platelets at controlling bleeding. Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara turned to the human body's own mechanisms for inspiration in dealing with the necessary and complicated process of coagulation.

University of California,   Santa Barbara,  Samir Mitragotri,   UC Santa Barbara's Centre for Bioengineering,   CBE,   PLNs,   Stefano Menegatti,   Journal ACS Nano,   Synthetic Platelets,   Bleeding Control,   ,  
Horses and rhinos originated in India: study

Horses and rhinos originated in India: study

21 Nov 2014

Washington: Horses and rhinos likely originated in the Indian subcontinent, over 54 million years ago, according to a new study.

Horses,   Rhinos,   India,   Johns Hopkins University,   Perissodactyla,   Journal Nature Communication,  Stony Brook University,   Arabian Peninsula ,  
RBI warns public against financial frauds in its name

RBI warns public against financial frauds in its name

22 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Warning the general public about credit card frauds in the name of RBI, the central bank said it does not carry out business with individuals and falling prey to such offers can cause their financial loss.

RBI,   warns public,   financial frauds,   banking,   banks,   Central bank,   banking service,  
Violence erupts again in BHU; five hostels evacuated

Violence erupts again in BHU; five hostels evacuated

21 Nov 2014

Varanasi (UP): Five hostels were evacuated in Banaras Hindu University after students of two hostels clashed with each other on Friday, the second day of the ongoing stalemate between varsity and students who want the earlier form of the students union to be brought back.

Varanasi,   BHU hostels,   Banaras Hindu University,   BHU students,   Students union,  
Aligarh Muslim <strong>University</strong> VC should resign: Uttar Pradesh BJP chief

Aligarh Muslim University VC should resign: Uttar Pradesh BJP chief

19 Nov 2014

Aligarh: Uttar Pradesh BJP president Laxmi Kant Bajpai on Tuesday said that Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University Zameer Uddin Shah should either resign or he should be dismissed by the Centre for his alleged controversial statement on granting access to undergraduate girl students to the varsity's library.

Aligarh Muslim University,   Vice Chancellor,   Zameer Uddin Shah,   Uttar Pradesh,   BJP president,   Laxmi Kant Bajpai,   BJP,   AMU VC,  
Delhi <strong>University</strong> holds job fair for undergraduates

Delhi University holds job fair for undergraduates

06 Nov 2014

New Delhi:  Offering an opportunity to over 5,000 students to secure employment, Delhi University conducted a job fair for the students graduating in 2015.

Delhi university,   jobs for under graduates,   Education in India,   Central Placement Cell ,  
<strong>Central</strong> team visits cyclone-hit Odisha to assess damage caused

Central team visits cyclone-hit Odisha to assess damage caused

19 Nov 2014

Bhubaneswar: An eight-member central team on Tuesday undertook field visits to assess the damage caused in southern districts of Odisha that were hit by cyclone last month.

Central team,   cyclone-hit Odisha,   cyclone,   Koraput Gajapati,   cyclone Hudhud,   Odisha,  

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