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Support me with your technology, says Hazare to students

About 200 students mainly from Stanford University attended the ‘Meet Anna Hazare’ event hosted by Stanford India Association, at the Stanford Graduate Community Center on Saturday. The......

NRI doc elected Calif Medical Association chief

A 56-year-old non-resident Indian doctor has been elected as the president of the California Medical Association, one of the most influential medical organisations in the United States.Anmol Singh......

Rice: India can be a pillar of stability

In her speech at the inaugural meeting of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin and the Asian-American Hotel Owners Association in Washington, DC, on Monday, American Secretary of......

US students head for corporate India

In the three months that 19-year-old Sujey Subramanian (above, first row, second from right), a Stanford undergraduate student, spent in India this summer working at Tata Consultancy Services,......

Meet Princeton's University Graduate School dean

With two decades of experience as a teacher, researcher and administrator at Princeton University, Sanjeev Kulkarni, a professor of electrical engineering and director of the Keller Center, is......

Foreign B-schools eye executive education

Come February, Harvard Business School - in association with Harvard Business School India Research Centre - will offer its first executive education programme in India.The programme called......

India, Stanford to collaborate

Stanford University in California has launched a partnership with the Indian government to establish a new training programme. \nThe Stanford-India Biodesign will help create the next generation of......

'Research scholars should be paid well'

Sudhir Jalan took over as president of the All India Management Association in 2005 and, in this short period, has introduced several innovative steps to take the association forward. In an......

Stanford biz school woos India Inc

Daniel N Rudolph has been in India for the past three weeks. From the colourful and extremely "hospitable" side of Rajasthan to Mumbai's corporate life complete with "traffic jams", Rudolph and his......

IPR: US trade body bats for India despite tough resistance

The US-India Business Council has written to the US Trade Representative imploring him not to designate India a Priority Foreign Country next month under the Special 301 provisions. The council......

'In Pakistan, a woman's face is her greatest asset'

Here's a closer look at the Pakistani Oscar-winning film Saving Face, and it's director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy.A story of survival and hope, the Oscar winning documentary for short subject, Saving......

Mira Nair, Abraham Verghese in conversation

Over a decade ago, Mira Nair turned Dr Abraham Verghese's best-selling memoir My Own Country into a well-received telly film starring Naveen Andrews. On Wednesday, Nair and Verghese met at Asia......

Confessions from the KANK writer

Kajol is very spontaneous and could be pulling somebody's hair before the shot," said Shibani Bhatija, who wrote the script for the Aamir Khan-Kajol starrer Fanaa and co-wrote director Karan......

When India goes West

Musical collaborations between India and the West are on the upswing.On his way to Mussoorie, singer Kailash Kher recently made a brief stop in Delhi. Besides talking about his various live shows......

Penn supports immigration rights organisation

He may be best known for the stoner comedy, Harold And Kumar Go To White Castle, but Kal Penn's concern for immigrants' rights and issues involving Asian-Americans is no schtick.On his website, he......

I have learnt from my mistakes: Kohli

The upcoming World Cup provides Virat Kohli a chance to complete a unique double. The Delhi youngster led India to the Under-19 World Cup crown in 2008. Three years later he's hoping to replicate......

Brian Lara set to become coach?

West Indies batting legend Brian Lara could make his coaching debut at next month's Champions League Twenty20.The former captain, who retired from international cricket in 2007, is in talks with......

India aiming for high-five in Cuttack

With the series already in their pocket, India will now aim for a 7-0 whitewash in the one-dayseries against England as they go into the fifth gamein Cuttack on Wednesdaywith the intention of......

'Players may stage a coup against ICC'

The Federation of International Cricketers' Association warned that the players may stage a revolt against the ICCif it continues to be "paralysed" by the BCCI and remains "incompetent" in its......

US National Jr. cricket tournament

Home to baseball and basketball, cricket is a relative newcomer to the United States. With the arrival of a large number of migrants from South Asia, however, cricket has become a passion amongst......

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Q. Various Aryan tribes came to India, got mixed with the locals and gradually a religion base uniform culture evolved and that is the basis of our cultural and religious affinity. After the demise of Rome, same happened in Europe. Like India, in spite of the affinity, Europe got divided into a large number of small countries. But Europe always got unified to repel foreign aggressor 2500 years ago, all Greek states unified to stall Persians, a number of powers fought together to defeat Attila the Hun, they joined hands to throw out the Moors from Spain. Why Indians could never unite against the
:  A. Your question is based on multiple erroneous presumptions.The distinguished British anthropologist, Edmund Leach, wrote a famous essay titled...... more

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Online food reviews can reveal your psychology

Online restaurant reviews tell a lot about the psychology of the people who write them, a new study has claimed. Researchers from Stanford... ...

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Soon, blood test to accurately detect cancers

Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine say the approach, which should be broadly applicable to many types of cancers, is highly... ...

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New analysis finds less research attention given to diseases of developing countries

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