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  • Delhi: St Stephen's Invites Applications for Bachelor of Arts, Science

    Delhi: St Stephen's Invites Applications for Bachelor of Arts, Science

    St Stephen's College on Wednesday invited applications for Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BSc) programmes following Delhi University's decision to scrap the Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP).

  • Mumbai university reinstates suspended professor Neeraj Hatekar

    Mumbai university reinstates suspended professor Neeraj Hatekar

    After two weeks of outrage and protests, the university of Mumbai has revoked the suspension of Dr Neeraj Hatekar, an economics professor. The decision was taken at 3 am last night after a nine-hour meeting by the university's top managem

  • Blog: Why I taught class on Mumbai roadside

    Blog: Why I taught class on Mumbai roadside

    Dr Neeraj Hatekar, a professor of Econometrics in the Economics Department at the University of Mumbai, was recently suspended by the University allegedly for criticizing the Vice Chancellor. On Tuesday, he took his classes on the road outside the ca...

  • Suspended Mumbai professor's roadside classroom

    Suspended Mumbai professor's roadside classroom

    Professor Neeraj Hatekar has taken his battle against the University of Mumbai to the streets, quite literally.

  • Mumbai: Suspended professor takes classes on the road

    Mumbai: Suspended professor takes classes on the road

    A professor suspended recently by the University of Mumbai, allegedly for criticizing the Vice Chancellor, will take his classes on the road outside the campus gates.

  • To sir, with love: University students to protest against professor's wrongful suspension

    To sir, with love: University students to protest against professor's wrongful suspension

    Around 1,000 students of Mumbai University have decided to miss class today. But their reason for missing class is not to have fun, but rather a noble cause. They are protesting the suspension of one of their professors, a decision they call unfair.

  • Mumbai professor 'punished' for speaking out, AAP joins students' protest

    Mumbai professor 'punished' for speaking out, AAP joins students' protest

    Around 1,000 students of Mumbai University are skipping class today, but for a cause. They are protesting the suspension of a professor, Neeraj Hatekar, for allegedly criticising the college management.

  • India's first Autodesk University event receives enthusiastic response

    India's first Autodesk University event receives enthusiastic response

    The Autodesk University Extension (AUx) held in Mumbai last Thursday witnessed over 900 attendees.

  • Indian-origin Stanford professor dies, bone marrow donors backed out

    Indian-origin Stanford professor dies, bone marrow donors backed out

    Nalini Ambady, the first Indian American woman professor working in the psychology department at the prestigious Stanford University in California, succumbed to leukaemia early on Tuesday in Boston. She was waiting for a bone-marrow donor to save her...

  • Celina Jaitly's fight for LGBT rights goes to United Nations

    Celina Jaitly's fight for LGBT rights goes to United Nations

    Bollywood actress Celina Jaitly, a prominent voice for the rights of gays and lesbians in the country, will support Free & Equal, the United Nation's (UN) year-long campaign for equality and justice for people practising alternate sexuality.

  • India sets up elaborate system to tap phone calls, e-mail

    India sets up elaborate system to tap phone calls, e-mail

    India has launched a wide-ranging surveillance programme that will give its security agencies and even income tax officials the ability to tap directly into e-mails and phone calls without oversight by courts or parliament, several sources said.

  • Why the Centre's plan on greater autonomy for colleges might fizzle out

    Why the Centre's plan on greater autonomy for colleges might fizzle out

    All is not well in the campuses of India's top colleges. The Centre through the Human Resources Development (HRD) Ministry is working on a plan to give greater autonomy to select colleges including SRCC, LSR, St Stephens in Delhi, St Xavier's in Mumb...

  • Allegedly harassed, 19-year-old engineering student commits suicide in Thane

    Allegedly harassed, 19-year-old engineering student commits suicide in Thane

    After being allegedly harassed by two boys in his college, a 19-year-old engineering student committed suicide by jumping in front of a train between the Vithalwadi and Ulhasnagar stations on the outskirts of Mumbai in Thane district.

  • 1993 blasts convict Yakub Memon awarded Master's degree in English Literature

    1993 blasts convict Yakub Memon awarded Master's degree in English Literature

    Yakub Memon, the only convict in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case whose death sentence was confirmed by the Supreme Court, has been awarded a master's degree in English literature by Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU).

  • Raghuram Rajan: financial crisis prophet to RBI chief?

    Raghuram Rajan: financial crisis prophet to RBI chief?

    Raghuram Rajan, widely expected to be the next Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor, favours clipping the autocratic power of the role and giving more say to a monetary policy committee.

  • Mumbai win a boost before Jamia: Abbas

    Mumbai win a boost before Jamia: Abbas

    Bengaluru skipper feels the six-run win against Mumbai University is a dramatic semifinal of the Toyota University Cricket Championship will give Jain University the right fillip before the final against Jamia Millia Islamia on Sunday.

  • TUCC: Mumbai choke in semis, Bengaluru in final

    TUCC: Mumbai choke in semis, Bengaluru in final

    Jain University, Bengaluru defended their 145/6 as Mumbai commit hara-kiri at home. The Southern Champs will now play Jamia Millia Islamia in the final on Sunday.

  • TUCC: Mumbai vs Bengaluru, a virtual final

    TUCC: Mumbai vs Bengaluru, a virtual final

    The second semifinal of the Toyota University Cricket Championship will be a repeat of this year's all-India Rohinton Baria final where Jain University, Bengaluru beat Mumbai by 82 runs.

  • TUCC: Batsmen peaking at right time, says Mumbai captain

    TUCC: Batsmen peaking at right time, says Mumbai captain

    A 121-run second wicket partnership between D'Almeida and Singh helped Mumbai University amass a record 224 for four wickets. The left-handed D'Almeida hammered a 117 not out, only the third of the championship, and Singh scored a classy 60 off 37...

  • Kallis will be happy to play Kevin's knock: Boucher

    Kallis will be happy to play Kevin's knock: Boucher

    South African wicket-keeping legend compares Mumbai University left-hander with former New Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming.

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