The bigger picture? Nope, a likely Texas-OU move comes down to one factor

The rumblings of Texas and Oklahoma likely moving to the SEC remind us that the power brokers pulling the strings don’t factor in the greater good. Read More | Source: ESPN…

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Indian Manned Submersibles Will Go To Depth Of 6,000 Metres: Minister

In the next five years, India will have an ambitious programme of manned submersibles that can carry three scientists to a depth of 6,000 metres into the ocean, Earth Sciences Minister Jitendra Singh… Read More | Source: NDTV News…

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IITs partner Testbook for 360° job preparation programme

New Delhi, July 27 The Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) at Madras, Roorkee and Ropar have partnered with the government job preparation platform Testbook.com, for its 360-degree job preparation programme. The ed-tech platform’s skilled campus programme is designed to equip colleges and universities to efficiently prepare their students for the…

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63 pc of educational institutions for hybrid route to conduct exams

Mumbai, July 27 With the coronavirus pandemic continuing to impact the education sector, a report has showed that 63 per cent of institutions across the world, including in India, are for the hybrid route for conducting examinations. Though the pandemic has impacted the education sector and examinations have moved towards…

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Who killed Haiti’s president? Death threats, suspicious roadblocks and moved bodies revealed in leaked documents

There was no mistaking the meaning in last week’s anonymous text message: Do what we say or die. Read More | Source: CNN…

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All-Women Brigade, 4-Year-Old Orator At “Kisan Sansad” In Delhi

Women have always been suppressed but I am not among those who can be suppressed, said Ramesh Antil, one among a group of 200 women farmers who participated in a protest against the three farm laws at… Read More | Source: NDTV News…

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Panjab University MPhil/ PhD Entrance Test on Sept 12

Tribune News Service Chandigarh, July 26 Panjab University has announced to conduct PU- MPhil/ PhD Entrance Test -2021 on September 12. The prospectus (including application form) for the above-mentioned entrance test is available online from July 26 onwards. Detailed schedule will also be available on the concerned website….

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Flying solo, 19-year-old woman aims to set aviation record

London, July 26 A 19-year-old is paving the way for girls in STEM by setting the record for the youngest woman to fly solo around the world next month. Belgian-British Zara Rutherford sets off on her 51,000 kilometre (32,000 miles) journey in her bespoke Shark ultralight plane, the world’s fastest…

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Delhi University starts registration process for PG courses

New Delhi, July 26 The Delhi University on Monday commenced the registration process for 20,000 seats for postgraduate courses and more than 4,500 aspirants visited its admission portal within the first 15 minutes, a senior university official said. The registration process for MPhil and PhD also began on Monday. The…

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Pan-India Common Entrance Test for media studies to be held online on Aug 14

India’s first-ever national level common entrance exam for media studies across universities will be held online on Saturday, August 14. The AIMCET (All India Media Common Entrance Test) offers admission to the undergraduate Journalism, Mass Communication, and other media courses in various partnering Universities across the country for the current…

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Govt has no plan to print currency notes to tide over economic crisis: Sitharaman

New Delhi, July 26 The government has no plan to print currency notes to tide over the current economic crisis triggered by the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman informed Parliament on Monday. To a question on whether there is any plan to print currency to tide over…

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Tunisia political turmoil deepens as President sacks prime minister, freezes parliament

Tunisia’s president dismissed the government and froze parliament on Sunday, prompting crowds to fill major cities in support of a move that dramatically escalated a political crisis, but that his opponents called a coup. Read More | Source: CNN…

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