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ICC backs new testing methods for chucking

ICC backs new testing methods for chucking

18 Oct 2014

Dubai: Seeking to address doubts raised by the University of Western Australia (UWA), the ICC on Saturday defended its recent drive against chucking and its processes of identifying, testing bowlers with suspect actions.

University of Western Australia,   ICC,   testing bowlers,  
DU to soon have policy on registration of patents

DU to soon have policy on registration of patents

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: What research exactly is patentable? What are the legal issues involved? If the student pursues a research using university infrastructure, is the outcome students' intellectual property?

Delhi University,   DU,   students,   teachers,   Intellectual Property,   IP policy,   patents,   copyrights,   trademarks,  
First hydrogen-deficient supernova progenitor traced

First hydrogen-deficient supernova progenitor traced

18 Oct 2014

Tokyo: In a finding that may have important implications for the evolution of massive stars, a group of researchers presented a model that provides the first characterisation of the progenitor (parent) of a hydrogen-deficient supernova.

Hydrogen-deficient supernova,   University of Tokyo,   Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe,   Hubble Space Telescope,  
Screening of 'Mr. India' at Indiana <strong>University</strong> was amazing, says Anil Kapoor

Screening of 'Mr. India' at Indiana University was amazing, says Anil Kapoor

15 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Veteran actor Anil Kapoor describes the experience of screening his 1987 film "Mr. India" for students and staff members of Indiana University in the US as "amazing".

Anil Kapoor,   Mr India,   Indiana University,   US,   Sridevi,   Amrish Puri,   Mogambo,   Boney Kapoor,  
How to deal with workplace bullying?

How to deal with workplace bullying?

16 Oct 2014

New York: If you are a victim of bullying at the workplace, instead of suffering it silently find a co-worker with whom you could share your story, a study suggests. The process of being believed and having someone listen to their story is crucial in helping bullying victims communicate better about their experience, the findings showed.

Workplace,   Bullying,   Behaviour,   Iowa State University,   US,  
Delhi University's Law faculty to get new campus

Delhi University's Law faculty to get new campus

14 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Delhi University's Law faculty is likely to get a new campus accomodating the three law centres currently operating from different buildings on north campus.

Delhi University Law faculty ,  
J&K floods: Examinations to be held in March

J&K floods: Examinations to be held in March

11 Oct 2014

Srinagar: Facing flak for its decision to hold school examinations in the flood-hit Valley in autumn, Jammu and Kashmir government has now decided to hold the exams in March next year.

Exams,   J&K floods,   J&K relief funds,   Educational institutions,   Educational examination,  
Jadavpur unrest: Students continue hunger strike

Jadavpur unrest: Students continue hunger strike

17 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Agitating Jadavpur University students on Friday continued their 24-hour hunger strike to step up their demand for the vice chancellor's removal following an alleged police attack on demonstrating students.

Jadavpur University,   students,   hunger strike,   24-hour hunger strike,   vice chancellor removal,   police attack,   protest,   Vice Chancellor,   Abhijit Chakravarty,   police attack on demonstrating students,   woman molestation,  
JagranJosh.com launches MBA Champion Competition

JagranJosh.com launches MBA Champion Competition

13 Oct 2014

New Delhi: JagranJosh.com on Monday launched India’s biggest MBA Scholarship Competition, “MBA Champion” in association with MODY University of Science & Technology and powered by Alliance University, Bangalore.

JagranJosh.com,   Jagran Josh,   MBA Scholarship Competition,   MBA Champion,   MODY University of Science & Technology,   Alliance University,   Cash Scholarship,  
Magnetic materials to build gen-next computers

Magnetic materials to build gen-next computers

15 Oct 2014

London: Magnetic materials that store data in hard disc drives may also perform calculations and take on the role of a computer's central processing unit (CPU), scientists say.

Magnetic materials,   Data storage,   Hard disc,   Drives,   Calculations,   Computer,   Central processing unit,   CPU,   Scientists,   University of Sheffield,  

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