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Lessons from the field, lessons for life

For the first time, we, the ones on this side of the sport-watching fence, are envying those on the other side who don’t have to rely on events thousands of miles away—events they have absolutely no control over—for their sanity.
A roadshow in Malappuram heralding the start of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil in June 2014. Fandom doesn’t just unite; it also teaches us to accept when we’re beaten, be okay with not always winning, but have the resilience to keep fighting back.(HT Archive)
A roadshow in Malappuram heralding the start of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil in June 2014. Fandom doesn’t just unite; it also teaches us to accept when we’re beaten, be okay with not always winning, but have the resilience to keep fighting back.(HT Archive)
Updated on Jun 07, 2020 04:22 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByKunal Pradhan

1716 medics infected, 6 dead, China finally reveal weeks into coronavirus outbreak

The rate of infection among doctors and nurses is increasing, a senior health official said, further confirming that the pathogen is highly contagious.
More than 1700 medical workers have been infected and at least six have died fighting the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak in China(REUTERS)
More than 1700 medical workers have been infected and at least six have died fighting the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak in China(REUTERS)
Updated on Feb 14, 2020 03:32 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Beijing | BySutirtho Patranobis

PU adds transgender category in scholarships granted to affiliated colleges

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Published on Dec 21, 2019 01:06 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | ByHT Correspondent, Chandigarh

Soon, Panjab University scholars can give PhD viva through Skype

The recommendation was made in a meeting of the panel, which has been constituted by vice-chancellor Raj Kumar for framing both PhD and MPhil guidelines
Published on Nov 20, 2019 01:04 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | ByDar Ovais

Mumbai receives all-time record monsoon rainfall this year: Data

Prior to 2019, the all-time record was 3,451.6mm in 1954, according to reports from the disaster management cell of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and the Maharashtra government. The reports are based on data recorded by the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
People walk through a flooded street following heavy monsoon rains at LBS road Kurla in Mumbai.(Kunal Patil/HT Photo)
People walk through a flooded street following heavy monsoon rains at LBS road Kurla in Mumbai.(Kunal Patil/HT Photo)
Updated on Sep 16, 2019 06:24 AM IST
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Mumbai | ByBadri Chatterjee

12 research papers in 9 years: University of Mumbai contribution to UGC’s digital bank

Eight of them have come from one research guide; Savitribai Phule Pune University leads in Maharashtra, with 9,706 theses uploaded on portal
University of Mumbai.(HT FILE)
University of Mumbai.(HT FILE)
Published on Feb 25, 2019 12:41 AM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByMusab Qazi

Newspaper English: a book for fields beyond journalism

Abhay Vaidya, resident editor, Hindustan Times shared numerous anecdotes from his days as a student of Prof. Thakur at the journalism department. He said that Prof. Thakur always had a subtle sense of humour and he always urged his students to ensure simplicity and lucidity in their writing
(From left) Ujjwala Barve, HOD department of communication and journalism, SPPU; Abhay Vaidya, resident editor, Hindustan Times; Bhushan Patwardhan, UGC vice-chairman; Kiran Thakur, author, Newspaper English; Virendra Sharma, registrar Flame University; and Vishal Soni, CEO, Vishwakarma publications, at the book launch at Rande Institute on Sunday.(Rahul Raut/HT PHOTO)
(From left) Ujjwala Barve, HOD department of communication and journalism, SPPU; Abhay Vaidya, resident editor, Hindustan Times; Bhushan Patwardhan, UGC vice-chairman; Kiran Thakur, author, Newspaper English; Virendra Sharma, registrar Flame University; and Vishal Soni, CEO, Vishwakarma publications, at the book launch at Rande Institute on Sunday.(Rahul Raut/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Jan 07, 2019 08:49 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Pune | ByHT Correspondent

External funding for research at IIT-Bombay drops by 20 per cent

To make matters worse, the institute allocated a much smaller portion of its own funds for R&D projects this year.
The IIT-Bombay in Mumbai is facing financial constraints.(Satish Bate/HT Photo)
The IIT-Bombay in Mumbai is facing financial constraints.(Satish Bate/HT Photo)
Updated on Aug 12, 2018 04:14 AM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByMusab Qazi, Mumbai

UGC disqualifies 4,305 journals of dubious nature

A study, published in the March 25 issue of the Current Science journal, had noted a spurt in the number of predatory and dubious journals offering ‘pay and publish’ services to gullible authors. 
A requirement that scholars get at least two research papers published in a University Grants Commission-approved journal before submitting their doctoral theses, coupled with pressure on university teachers to get their research published regularly in academic periodicals, has produced an unexpected side-effect: proliferation of dubious journals. (HT representational photo)
A requirement that scholars get at least two research papers published in a University Grants Commission-approved journal before submitting their doctoral theses, coupled with pressure on university teachers to get their research published regularly in academic periodicals, has produced an unexpected side-effect: proliferation of dubious journals. (HT representational photo)
Updated on May 13, 2018 04:14 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Pune | ByParth Welankar, Pune

Teachers to lose jobs, students their registrations if found guilty of plagiarism

The draft rules for students states that in non-core areas, plagiarism of up to 10% would not invite any penalty while that of between 10% and 40% would mean the students will have to submit a revised research paper within six months.
The Indian Journal of Dermatology has retracted a paper presenting guidelines to handle plagiarism in the Indian scenario because the author plagiarised it. Thinkstock Photo
The Indian Journal of Dermatology has retracted a paper presenting guidelines to handle plagiarism in the Indian scenario because the author plagiarised it. Thinkstock Photo
Updated on Apr 03, 2018 07:23 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByNeelam Pandey

Here’s why DU teachers are not evaluating answer papers since May 24

If college teachers have to spend 24 hours a week on teaching and administrative work, they will have little time for knowledge production
DUTA members demand roll back of the UGC’s gazette Notification 2016 in New Delhi, May 30(Hindustan Times)
DUTA members demand roll back of the UGC’s gazette Notification 2016 in New Delhi, May 30(Hindustan Times)
Updated on Apr 25, 2018 07:57 PM IST
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