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Columbia University accidentally sends acceptance notices

The New York Times says the erroneous emails were sent on Wednesday.

UP Elections 2017: Rampur's 'emperor' whitewashes Nawab era

Addressing a rally just outside the Rampur fort, Samajwadi Party (SP) strongman Mohammad Azam Khan bursts into tears while recalling the "tyranny" of the Nawabs, the former rulers of the erstwhile..

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A new study conducted by researchers from the University of British Columbia and the University of Victoria have found patients prefer cannabis over opioid medication to treat chronic pain and mental..
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News video: Study Shows Teen Suicide Attempts Decrease In States That Allow Same-Sex Marriage

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Teen suicide attempts in the U.S. declined after same-sex marriage became legal and the biggest impact was among gay, lesbian and bisexual kids, a study found. The research found declines in states..
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News video: Columbia University Accidentally Sends Acceptance Letters to More Than 200 Students

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Columbia University said it is strengthening procedures after 277 applicants to its School of Public Health Master's program were sent acceptance notices by mistake.
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News video: What Will Flynn Fallout Mean for U.S.-Russia Relations?

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Feb.15 -- Richard Nephew, a research scholar and program director at Columbia University, discusses his report on U.S.-Russia relations. He speaks with Bloomberg's Oliver Renick and Scarlet Fu on..
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News video: The Challenge of Poverty

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Of all age groups, children are still most likely to live in poverty, according to new research at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health.
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Tehmina Janjua becomes Pak's first woman foreign secretary

*Career diplomat Tehmina Janjua was today appointed as Pakistans first woman foreign secretary.* Foreign Office said that Janjua will replace outgoing foreign secretary Aizaz Ahmad..
Deccan Herald

Demonetisation decision not taken in isolation: Panagariya

"Those who have been critical of demonetisation don't understand what a gigantic task it was to remonetise the economy," he said at a lecture on 'Economic Policy and Performance in India Under Prime..

RBI's admirable role saved rupee from becoming unstable: NITI

*The RBI played an "admirable role" in bringing "incredible" stability to the rupee in the face of demonetisation and global upheavals like Brexit and the US elections, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind..
Deccan Herald

Buffett, Gates have hope for US after Trump ascension

Buffett and Gates were speaking to students at Columbia University after Trump started to unwind the work of his predecessor Barack Obama in a series of executive orders, prompting concern from critics..

Government needs to push stimulus, reforms in Budget 2017: Economist

As the cash crunch issue following demonetization seems to be over, the government needs to use the upcoming Budget to provide stimulus and pursue structural reforms to accelerate growth, said Columbia..

Saif Ali Khan reminisces daughter Sar Ali Khan's graduation day

In his 25-year career, post debuting with Parampara, Saif Ali Khan has a different take on competition. He recently told a tabloid, "More than being competitors, others should remind you to work harder..

Chennai boy makes it to Columbia University riding on squash success


Despite demonetization, India to grow faster than China: Singapore diplomat

Indian economy will grow faster than China despite the temporary slowdown created by demonetization, an Indian-origin academic and former Singapore diplomat said at a conference of leading world..
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Barry is Netflix’s portrait of US President Barack Obama as a young man

Barry, the new Netflix film, traces the early period of Barack Obama’s college life at Columbia University, in the fall of August 1981. The post Barry is Netflix’s portrait of US President..

How 2016's tech releases will help you have a more restful holiday season

As we head to the end of the year, the strains of work and modern life could be taking a toll on your sleep schedule. With the importance of a good night's sleep at the forefront of health this year,..

Chaityabhoomi teems with Ambedkar followers but few throng vendors

Even as thousands of followers of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar thronged Chaityabhoomi yesterday to pay tribute to their leader, it was slow going for those who had set up stalls having badges and literature..

Finders are keepers, but only for a year

Losing your driver’s licence or other identification is an incredibly annoying experience. Aside from the fact that some stranger now has your personal details, you’re also forced to report the..

Watch: Netflix original movie 'Barry' focuses on Barack Obama's formative years

The movie shows Barack Obama's early years as a Columbia University student.

MPEG LA Releases MPEG-DASH Patent Portfolio License

mpeg la releases mpeg-dash patent portfolio license
*Business Wire India*MPEG LA, LLC announced the availability of the MPEG-DASH (“DASH”) Patent Portfolio License. The joint license includes patents that are essential to the MPEG Dynamic Adaptive..
Business Wire India

United States: Friends Of The Court? Grad Student Organizing - Fisher Phillips LLP

The decision by the NLRB in the Columbia University case granting students who serve as teaching or research assistants at private universities the right to unionize dealt a major blow to private..

New method may boost smartphone battery life

Scientists have developed a new method to increase the energy density of lithium batteries, an advance that may lead to longer-lasting and cheaper batteries for smartphones, tablets and electrical..

Google hawks hardware in real-world 'showroom'

It's not exactly a store, but the Google "showroom" that opened Thursday in New York is the internet giant's first real-world shop and a step onto terrain where rival Apple has excelled. The success..

IIIM-B to offer two 'MicroMasters' programmes

*The Indian Institute of Management, Bengaluru (IIMB) is one of the 14 institutions in the world that will offer 'MicroMasters' programmes through the massive open online course provider, edX. IIMB is..
Deccan Herald

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