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CAT ’12: 4% rise in number of candidates

The end of registration process for the Common Admission Test (CAT) for entry to the IIMs has seen an increase both in the number of registrations as well as the number of female candidates.

Colleges help curb tobacco menace

Following the ban on gutka, colleges across the city have started campaigns to encourage students and the public to get rid of the addiction to tobacco products like cigarettes and paan masalas.

‘Sedition law is nonsensical at so many levels’

In light of cartoonist Aseem Trivedi’s arrest under the draconian sedition law, Mumbai-based writer and journalist Dilip D’Souza speaks candidly to The Asian Age about the redundancy and impracticalit

‘Hike is Congress’ terror attack’

Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray has termed the Manmohan Singh and Sonia Gandhi-run government to be a “terrorist government”. He went a step ahead and accused them of being worse than 26/11 terror attack prime accused Ajmal Kasab and Parliament attack mastermind Afzal Guru, as nearly 30 crore poor people will die due to the diesel and LPG price hike.

School bus fees to go up

The School Bus Owners Association (SBOA) has decided to bring the diesel price hike in effect from October 1.

Blindfolded, to see blindness differently

The Xavier’s Resource Centre for the Visually Challenged (XRCVC), St Xavier’s College has organised a two-day event Antarchakshu, wherein people with normal sight will be made to experience the proble

Sena to protest against MU in molestation cases

The Shiv Sena’s women’s wing has decided to hold a morcha at both the campuses of the University of Mumbai to protest its inaction against an assistant professor from the physical education department

Police ropes in students for Ganeshotsav security

The Pune police has decided to rope in 5,000 students from the Pune University to keep an eye on the upcoming Ganeshotsav festivities.

Freeze on appointment of temporary teachers lifted

The government has been forced to withdraw the order that froze the appointment of temporary teachers (shikshan sevaks), following sustained agitation and petition by activists in the state.

Idol Students Yet To Get Complete Study Material

Lack of writers has left students of the Institute of Distance and Open Lear-ning (IDOL), University of Mumbai without study material that they are expected to receive immediately after admission.

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

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