Nobel laureate author Doris Lessing dies at 94
British Nobel Prize-winning author Doris Lessing died Sunday here at her home. She was 94.
Category Archives: Education
SP Jain B-school in Forbes' top 20
The Dubai campus of SP Jain School of Management has been ranked among the top 20 in the world in the prestigious 2013 business schools list released by Forbes magazine.
Five dead in Thailand protests
At least five people died in clashes between Thai government supporters and opponents near a Bangkok university amid a resurgence of anti-government protests, police said.
An American Dream Turns Into an Everlasting Nightmare
Between 2004 and 2013 I sent over 400 letters, emails and faxes to different US government agencies and to President Obama's office demanding the release of my diploma.
Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager attacked by the Taliban for advocating the education of girls, has said that she was hugely honoured by her nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Brett Lee's 'Mewsic' bus takes lessons to Delhi slums
Australian fast bowler Brett Lee's "Mewsic" and education bus rolled out on the streets here Wednesday to provide education to children in the slums of northwest Delhi.
3 scientists share 2013 Nobel Prize in Medicine
Three scientists shared the 2013 Nobel Prize in Medicine, the Nobel Committee at Swedish Karolinska Institute announced Monday.
A Japanese university has decided to grant scholarships to students of Bihar's celebrated coaching centre Super 30, known for sending underprivileged students to IITs.
Extensive rabbit fur farms have cropped up in several parts of the world. Herein, rabbits are especially bred in torturous circumstances, just so that they can whet the cruel appetites of some superficial fashionista.
Intending to sensitize youth about safe disposal of e-waste such as old or unusable mobile phones, handheld computers, laptops and computer peripherals, Delhi University's first e-waste drop box was installed in Miranda House Monday.
Back from a study trip to India last year, a Chicago university recalls it as a visit full of adventures and beauty but also relentless sexual harassment, groping and worse.
While interacting with my friend in Pakistan, I was introduced to the Seliger Youth Forum – a camping-cum-educational event, organized around the beautiful Lake Seliger in Russia, some five hours journey from Moscow.
Cooks engaged in mid-day meal scheme (MDMS) will be trained by the human resource development (HRD) ministry in association with the tourism ministry, parliament was told Monday.
More than 50 Delhi University students have been denied admission to the Ph.D. course in Modern Indian Languages and Literary Studies due to late declaration of the masters result by the same varsity, an official said Friday.
Closure of another bogus American university has left hundreds of students, many of them from India's Andhra Pradesh state, scrambling for options for continuing their studies.