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22 May, 2018 1:48 PM Modi, Hasina to hold talks in Tagore’s abode on May 25

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina will address the convocation at the Visva-Bharati University and hold bilateral talks there on May 25, official sources said. The two leaders will also inaugurate the Bangladesh Bhavan at the university. Ms. Hasina will arrive in Kolkata on the morning of May 25, sources at the Bangladesh 56

22 May, 2018 11:52 AM Jamia Millia's official website hacked

No individual or group has claimed responsibility for this and the University officials have not commented on the hacking episode so far.  New Delhi: The official website of Jamia Millia Islamia University was hacked late midnight on Tuesday. The website displayed a birthday greeting, which read, "Happy Birthday Pooja. Your love. No individual or group 27

21 May, 2018 3:19 PM Tea leaves can kill cancer cells

Nanoparticles derived from tea leaves can inhibit the growth of lung cancer cells, destroying up to 80% of them, a team of Indian and British scientists has found. The study, published in the journal Applied Nano Materials, outlines a new method of producing a type of nanoparticle called quantum dots. “...Tea leaf extract can be a non-toxic alternative 24

20 May, 2018 7:13 PM Accident victim’s body brought from the U.S

Engineering student had died in a bike crash on May 13 Body of Kondabala Venkata Prithvi, who died in a bike crash in the United States a week ago, was brought to his residence in Tirumalayapalem in the wee hours of Sunday. Prithvi, who was pursuing an engineering course in a university in Ohio, met with a tragic end when the bike he was riding crashed 32

20 May, 2018 5:48 PM Benefits of autonomous, non-autonomous engg. colleges explained

What is the difference between autonomous and non-autonomous engineering colleges? This was one of the questions raised by a student at The Hindu EDGE Career Counselling 2018 at Jaganmohan Palace Auditorium in Mysuru on Sunday. The student wanted to know what difference it would make for a student to enrol in an autonomous engineering college 48

20 May, 2018 3:53 PM Prominent historian Lewis dead

Historian Bernard Lewis, whose influential books shaped generations of scholars on the West Asian region but whose views stirred fierce passions, died at an assisted living facility on Saturday, The Washington Post reported. He was 101. Mr. Lewis, who was born in London and was a long-time professor at Princeton University, was a Cold War hawk, a strong 32

19 May, 2018 8:25 AM India drags US to WTO over steel, aluminium duties

India has dragged the US to the World Trade Organisation's dispute settlement mechanism over the imposition of import duties on steel and aluminium, an official said. India has stated that the decision will impact exports of these products to the US and it is not in compliance with global trade norms. "India has filed a dispute under the aegis of the WTO on the issue 59

16 May, 2018 4:50 PM Newest frog for India from Karnataka

The Mangaluru narrow-mouthed frog is found only in a small industrial space in the city The latest addition to India’s frog fauna is the Mangaluru narrow-mouthed frog, which has been found in a small industrial region in coastal Karnataka. The new find, described by a team of Indian scientists in the international journal Zootaxa on Tuesday, is christened 34

16 May, 2018 6:44 AM St. Stephen's To Begin Admission Process From May 21

New Delhi: Delhi University affiliated St Stephen's College has announced that admissions to its undergraduate courses will begin on May 21. "Applications for undergraduate admissions will be available online from May 21 onwards," said a notification issued by the college. Being a religious minority college, St. Stephen's follows a different admission 42

15 May, 2018 9:59 AM Gout Won't Increase Your Fracture Risk: Study

Gout is the most common form of inflammatory arthritis, caused by the build-up of urate crystals in a joint. But it won't increase your risk of fractures, says a new study. People with gout, a painful inflammatory arthritis, may not actually have an increased risk of fracture as earlier believed, show results of a new study. The findings, published in CMAJ (Canadian 48