After 18 days, pirates free 18 Indian sailors
Details about the terms of release or whether ransom was paid has not been provided to the media. The seafarers, 18 of whom are Indians and one is Turkish, are undergoing medical tests and debriefing, following which they will return to their families. As some of the seafarers are sick, it may take some time before they return to home, sources said.
Swiss firm, Sequoia back sauce maker
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Aiming for global standard of excellence at IIM Calcutta: Professor Anju Seth
Prof Anju Seth said that her decision to return to IIM Calcutta...
Aiming for global standard of excellence at IIM Calcutta: Prof Anju Seth
Prof Anju Seth said that her decision to return to IIM Calcutta from Virginia Tech was driven as much by the desire to ‘give back’ to her alma mater.
Delhi HC acquits former TV anchor Suhaib Ilyasi in his wife's murder case
A bench of Justices S Muralidhar and Vinod Goel allowed the appeal of Ilyasi challenging his conviction and life imprisonment for killing his wife, Anju, 18 years ago.
HRD Minister Smriti Irani visits Hindu College to sort out issue fee waiver scheme
After Irani's unscheduled visit this morning, the college announced that the fee waiver will be facilitated for persons with disabilities and the cheques will be issued immediately.
3rd list sees maximum shifts in BCom (H)
Hindu College, on Saturday, saw over 30 admissions in BCom (Programme). “We had the maximum admissions in this course after we reduced the cut-off by 1%,” said principal Anju Srivastava.
No ECA quota admissions at Hindu college this year
Last year, the college had scrapped the admissions through these quotas following complaints of alleged irregularities in the selection process.
At India-Nepal border, a pile-up of angst, anxiety and ‘betrayal’
Linking Nepal's Birgunj with India's Raxaul is a dusty connector overrun with motorcycles, tongas, rickshaws and cycles.
DU cut-offs soar beyond perfect 100, thousands disappointed
The first cut-off list for Delhi University's undergraduate courses has yet again "sky-rocketed" with two colleges setting the threshold at 100 per cent
Cross-examination of Babri demolition witness concludes
Cross-examination of senior IPS officer Anju Gupta, a key witness in the Babri Masjid demolition case, concluded in a special CBI court here.
High cut-offs no deterrent as admissions go beyond capacity
Some of the most sought-after colleges were already taken admissions beyond their sanctioned strength and officials said some courses might not see even second cut-offs.
Retail kiosks low-risk option for entrepreneurs
Retail kiosks are a low-risk option for entrepreneurs to test their idea, from selling hot dogs and exotic plants to pet furniture.
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