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Govt to raise awareness about Blue Whale Challenge

Amid rising concern over the online phenomenon 'Blue Whale Challenge', the state government has stepped in to warn people about the challenge which targets vulnerable children, urging them to cause..
Deccan Herald

Jail speeding motorists, suggest citizens

Citizens at the interactive session came out with many workable solutions to reduce traffic problems. Citizens asked the police to address students at colleges regularly to create awareness about..
Deccan Herald

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News video: Friday Sports With Sports Director Nick James August 18th.

Friday Sports With Sports Director Nick James August 18th.

High School Football Previews, Foothill hosts Kern Valley For Scrimmage, While North and East Get Ready for Southeast Yosemite League Play Soon, Arvin Boxing Club Matches.
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News video: Students move into dorms at Springfield colleges

Students move into dorms at Springfield colleges

KY3's Linda Russell reports.
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News video: 5 of the All-Time Goofiest College Mascots

5 of the All-Time Goofiest College Mascots 02:00

As colleges open their doors and kids pile into the dorms, school spirit is in full swing. But some school mascots are a lot weirder than others and we're taking you into the world of foam, sweat, and..
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News video: Understanding and Parenting Twins

Understanding and Parenting Twins

We spoke with Twin Expert, Dr. Joan A Friedman, about parenting tips for Moms and Dads raising twins.
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News video: Larry Cotlar - August 18

Larry Cotlar - August 18

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DH Metrolife Fashion Show begins on a grand note

The seventh edition of the Deccan Herald Metrolife Fashion Show, presented by TRENDS, started off on a grand note on Saturday. The first preliminaries were won by Army Institute of Fashion and Design..
Deccan Herald

Colleges brace for more violence amid rash of hate on campus

BOSTON (AP) " Colleges are bracing for more violence on campus after a deadly attack at a white nationalist rally in Virginia became the latest example of hatred migrating from the internet to the..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •TheSpec.com

Math experts join brainpower to help address gerrymandering

MEDFORD, Mass. (AP) " Some of the brightest minds in math arrived at Tufts University last week to tackle an issue lawyers and political scientists have been struggling with for decades.They came from..
New Zealand Herald

Mumbai: Kalyan cops come up with 'one window' system for Ganpati

Citizens in Kalyan bringing Ganesh idols home or at a pandal won't have to keep roaming among departments to secure permission for the festivities. Under the Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation's..

Pat Buchanan Asks "In This Second American Civil War - Whose Side Are You On?"

pat buchanan asks in this second american civil war - whose side are you on?
Authored by Patrick Buchanan via Townhall.com, *"They had found a leader, Robert E. Lee -- and what a leader! ... No military leader since Napoleon has aroused such enthusiastic devotion among..
Zero Hedge

"The Entire Dynamic Has Changed" Far-Right Groups Becoming Increasingly Visible On Campus

the entire dynamic has changed far-right groups becoming increasingly visible on campus
The “Unite the Right” rally at the University of Virginia last week was only the beginning... As far-right groups find fertile ground for recruiting on campus, campuses are bracing for a flood..
Zero Hedge

Heads of three medical colleges quit in UP


Week-long cultural fest to celebrate Indian performing arts

A week-long cultural festival called Sangamner Festival organised by the Rajasthan Yuvak Mandal and Malpani Group of Companies will begin on August 26. Speaking about the festival, which will be in..

Ex-Corinthian students in Illinois could be eligible for part of $11.6M settlement

Illinois residents who once attended Corinthian Colleges could be eligible for a portion of $11.6 million in relief for student debts accrued during an alleged scheme that reached across the..

After Charlottesville, colleges brace for more hate attacks

Nicholas Fuentes is dropping out of Boston University and heading south, pressing ahead with his right-wing politics despite receiving online death threats.
Denver Post Also reported by •Deseret News

SLCC Wins NEH Grant to Host Institute

Institute at SLCC will include book publication techniques to more effectively address the needs of people with disabilities. Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) August 18, 2017 Salt Lake Community..

Dr. Ron Hawkins Retiring from Provost’s Office After Nearly 40 Years of Service to Liberty University

Dr. Ron Hawkins helped lead Liberty University through some of its darkest times. He has mixed emotions about his pending transition. Lynchburg, VA (PRWEB) August 18, 2017 CONTACT: Len..

Campus police brace for potential violent protests as students return for fall classes

Fearing right-wing groups could feel emboldened by the recent events in Charlottesville, Va., to ignite unrest on campuses, colleges and universities are preparing strategies to deal with possible..
Christian Science Monitor

Bihar cabinet hikes stipend of interns of medical colleges

The Bihar cabinet today gave its nod to increase the monthly stipend by Rs 3,000 of those doing internship in government medical colleges in the state.

Youth should accept challenge for change, suggest fresh ideas to Govt: CM

Jaipur (Rajasthan), August 18 (ANI): 4th meeting of the Chief Minister's Advisory Council was organized recently at Chief Minister’s office in Jaipur.  Addressing the meeting, CM Vasundhara Raje..
ANI News

State research initiative brings $45M in federal work to Ohio colleges

A few years after its launch, a statewide push to bring more federal research work to Ohio has netted $45 million in contracts to colleges and universities in the state.

Canada: Ontario's Colleges Call For Strike - Devry Smith Frank LLP

According to the Toronto Star, the Ontario government has offered faculty members at the province's colleges a 7.5% wage hike. However, the Ontario Public Service Employees Union ("OPSEU")

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