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Study: Contrary to image, city politicians do adapt to voters

Political scientists have long wondered whether city governments in the U.S. are really responsive to their voters. Aren’t local governments simply mired in machine politics, or under the sway of local big-money interests? Does ideology matter?

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Excited about editing

Nancy Novack, University of Pennsylvania alum and a Lecturer of Fine Arts in the School of Design, has been active in editing documentaries and feature films for many years. The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross with Henry Louis Gates Jr., a PBS TV documentary she edited, won a Peabody award recently. The awards are given to talents in

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Does education minister need a degree?

Recently, following the appointment of Smriti Irani as Union Minister for Human Resource Development in India, there was a raging controversy over the educational qualification of the minister. After some heated arguments, for and against, the question lingering was: ‘Does the education minister need a degree?’

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Indian teen girl atop Everest

Climbing the world’s highest mountain peak, Mount Everest, at the age of 13? Hard to believe? However, Malavath Purna, a 13-year-old girl from Andhra

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“Business intelligence has significant potential in Education”

Interview with Rajmohan Sreekumaran, Practice Head- Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence and Analytics Practice, Marlabs Software

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Serving the Nation

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Established to be an academic institution in dynamic equilibrium with its social, ecological and economic environment striving continuously for