India News | Thursday February 26, 2015
14 Hindu children are enrolled at the Jameeat-ul-Ansar Madarssa in Rampur, in western Uttar Pradesh. A few kilometres away, 150 Muslim students study at the Saraswat Vidya Mandir Inter College, run by Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or RSS.
South | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Tuesday February 17, 2015
Tamil author and professor Perumal Murugan, who gave up writing after he was hounded by Hindu fundamentalist and caste groups, would join the faculty of the Presidency College in Chennai today. His wife, a member of the Tamil faculty, would join Quee...
India News | Sreenivasan Jain (with inputs from Niha Masih) | Wednesday August 27, 2014
Using the alleged gang-rape of a Hindu woman in Meerut, the BJP has chosen to give a communal edge to violence against women in Uttar Pradesh, saying in its political resolution that crimes against women are rising.
Delhi News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday July 8, 2014
The 54,000 seats of Delhi University are fast filling up as several colleges closed admissions for most undergraduate courses under the general category in the third cut-off list announced on Monday.
Delhi News | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday July 4, 2014
The second cut-off list for admissions to Delhi University undergraduate programme was released on Thursday, with only a slight decrease in percentages and some colleges even declaring admissions closed.
Delhi News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday July 1, 2014
The first cut-off list of Delhi University for its undergraduate courses has for the third time touched the 100 per cent-mark with three rank outsider colleges this time putting the ceiling at maximum for admission to its B.Sc (Computer Science) cour...
India News | Blog by Rajeshwari Sahay | Tuesday November 26, 2013
Rajeshwari Sahay, now a 19-year-old studying at Hindu College, was among the school friends who 13-year-old Aarushi Talwar was planning to invite to her birthday party in 2008.
Delhi News | Reported by Sonal Mehrotra, Edited by Romit Bhattacharyya | Thursday July 4, 2013
Still looking for admission to Delhi University? Here is some good news. There are seats available at top colleges like Hindu, Hansraj, Ramjas and Lady Shri Ram for courses like Economics and English.
Delhi News | Written by Alok Pandey | Thursday June 27, 2013
The cut-offs announced this year are more or less the same - the difference being in decimals - as last year. Yet, the admission criteria for the most popular Commerce and Economics courses touched a whopping 99 percent in the high-profile North Camp...
Delhi News | Press Trust of India | Thursday June 27, 2013
The Delhi University has announced its first cut-off list for the new four-year undergraduate programme last night. The cut-off mark nearly touched 100 per cent with two colleges putting the ceiling at 99.75 per cent.
Delhi News | Reported by Tanima Biswas; Edited by Shamik Ghosh | Sunday April 14, 2013
A student studying in Delhi University's Hindu College has allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself, using the charger of his mobile phone in his hostel room.
Delhi News | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday November 16, 2012
A 21-year-old post-graduate student of Delhi University allegedly hanged himself to death in his hostel room Friday, a police official said.
Delhi News | Press Trust of India | Monday June 25, 2012
A year after they sparked much hue and cry, Delhi University colleges this year spared students the horror of a 100 per cent cut off percentage, though Hindu college put a ceiling of 99.25 to its cut-off range.
India News | NDTV Correspondent | Thursday June 16, 2011
The Delhi University's admission process starts today. A new process for admission has been implemented by the University from this year which includes doing away with the common admission forms. (First cut-off list for Arts and Commerce)Also, today's admissions will be based on the first cut-off li...
Delhi News | mid-day.com | Wednesday May 25, 2011
The class XII results are out and now students are faced with a new anxiety--- seeking admission in Delhi University, as the varsity has revised its admission process from this year. To help them know more about the process and make an informed decision about which course to choose, the University's...
Cities | Press Trust of India | Saturday July 24, 2010
After lying low for some months, right wing group Sri Rama Sene has indulged in moral policing again, this time by objecting to a Hindu girl visiting the house of her college mate from another community in Mangalore.