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Over 400 schools closed in US as swine flu spreads
More than 400 schools in the US have been closed as the swine flu virus spread to 19 states, but President Barack Obama voiced hope the deadly disease will run its course "like ordinary flus".
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Recession has not impacted Yale's India initiatives - Official
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Top Global MBA Programmes Now Accept GRE
Five of the top 10 MBA programmes in the world now accept the GRE® General Test
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IIIT-Hyderabad student gets Yahoo award
Hyderabad: Ashish Mangalampalli, a second year Ph.D student from IIIT-H has been selected for the Yahoo Key Scientific Challenges (KSC) programme award given by Yahoo.
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VIT student to participate in innovation camp in US
Rachit Gupta, studying in B.Tech. third year Computer science and engineering at VIT University has been selected to participate in the First Annual International Innovation Camp
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A creative way to teach
THE Montessori concept of education is finding more and more adherents in North India, particularly in Punjab.
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Conference on Shakespeare
Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, Conference on Shakespeare
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Near 12m illegal immigrants in the US
NEW YORK: There are an estimated 11.9 million illegal immigrants in the US constituting four percent of the population, according to a study released Tuesday
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Diploma in nanotechnology at DU's Maitreyi College
Maitreyi College, Delhi University, will be offering a full-time postgraduate diploma in nanotechnology from this academic year

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Give 195,000 H-1B visas: US think-tank
Asking the Obama Administration and Congress to increase the cap of H-1B work visas, popular among Indian professionals, from the present 65,000 to 195,000 per annum, two eminent scholars from a US think tank have said such a move would help stimulate economic growth and generate tax revenue....
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