08 Jul 2016
New Delhi: The Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) today wrote to newly-appointed Human Resource Development (HRD) minister Prakash Javadekar highlighting the shortage of teachers in the varsity.
03 Jul 2016
Washington: Three students from US universities, including an Indian girl, were among 20 hostages hacked to death by ISIS militants in a terror attack at a restaurant in Bangladesh capital's high-security diplomatic zone.
30 Jun 2016
New Delhi: In a shift from previous years, no Delhi University college has kept the ceiling at 100 percent in the first cut-off list for admission to undergraduate courses which was announced here today.
10 Jul 2016
Washington: Researchers are developing a personalised privacy assistant app that can simplify the task of setting permissions for your smartphone applications.
08 Jul 2016
Rampur (UP): The BJP has lashed out at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for demanding quota for local students in Delhi University, saying it reflects his "petty mindset" and "regional attitude".
28 Dec 2011
There is a perception that our eating would have something to do with 'sweet tooth', a condition in which a person fancy sweet foods. However, it has been found that there is no 'link' between the two, according to a latest research by an Australian university.
30 Jun 2016
New Delhi: An ex-DUSU President, accused of damaging property of Delhi University Library and threatening a professor over a decade ago, has been acquitted by a court after prosecution witnesses failed to identify him.
07 Jun 2016
New Delhi: BJP MP Vijay Goel today demanded that Delhi University conduct a common eligibility test for admission to undergraduate courses, besides the cut-off criteria, to ensure only meritorious students are given a chance.
04 Jul 2016
Dhaka: A 20-year-old Bangladeshi student, who was at the Dhaka cafe when it was stormed by suspected ISIS militants, had the option of fleeing to safety after the hostage-takers let him go but chose to stand by his friends including the Indian victim and was subsequently killed.
09 Dec 2015
New York: Ever wondered how we could comprehend even nonsensical phrases? That is because of an "internal grammar" in our head, according to linguist Noam Chomsky's decades-old theory. Now, findings from a new study further support this idea.