Parul University President Takes Affirmative Action To Further Quality Education.

There is no bad student, there only a bad teacher!” In light of the recently published movie “Hitchki” that acted as a symbol for the inspiration of many, including the Parul University President Vadodara who took the initiative of organizing a community of the movie centered on the agenda of ensuring that the teachers under […]

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On 10th Straight Hike, Petrol Prices Touch Rs. 85 In Mumbai

All India | Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Updated: May 23, 2018 14:47 IST NEW DELHI:  Petrol prices rose again today pushing it to Rs. 85 in Mumbai, Rs. 80 in Chennai and Rs. 77 in Delhi. This is the 10th hike in as many days. As vehicle owners simmered in rage, former union minister P Chidambaram claimed in a series of tweets that it was […]

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Mumbai Officials Say They Have Plan To Lose World’s 4th Most Polluted Tag

Written by Imtiyaz Abdullah Samnani | Updated: May 06, 2018 23:13 IST   MUMBAI:  Mumbai ranks as the fourth most polluted mega city in the world, according to a recent World Health Organisation or WHO report, released on May 2. Maharashtra government officials however, have downplayed criticism of the city’s handling of its pollution problem, saying that Mumbai’s air quality was […]

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Adele’s Oscar-winning Skyfall is a thing of piercing beauty

Skyfall is rich, potent magic in the form of music. On the occasion of Adele’s birthday, here’s looking back at the track that won the singer her first Oscar. Written by Anvita Singh | New Delhi | Published: May 5, 2018 7:12:33 am   Adele, one name that has come to unite pop and soul lovers together, is […]

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P.M Modi commands the highest following on facebook exceeding Donald Trump.

All India | Agence France-Presse | Updated     GENEVA:  US President Donald Trump may rule the roost on Twitter, but he lags far behind Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Facebook, according to a study published Wednesday. PM Modi is by far the most followed world leader on the gargantuan social networking platform, counting 43.2 million followers. That is nearly […]

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