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Kerala Christian Professor Falls Prey To Sharia Goons Having Lashkar Kashmir LinkThe International News MagazineIt yielded 174000 results on Google in just 0.31 second while Yahoo yielded 68000 results. When I again googled with “Kerala muslims cut hand Christian”, ...and more »
CUCET Results 2010 DeclaredHigher Education In India (press release)... University of Bihar, Central University of Jharkhand, Central University of Karnataka, Central University of Kashmir, Central University of Kerala, ...and more »
University news: Re-scheduled exams tomorrowExpress BuzzTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The various MA/MSc/MEd and LLM examinations of the departments of the Kerala University, that have been postponed from July 5, ...
NewsReleaseWire.com (press release)Flu Vaccines, pharma fraud, quack science, the CDC and WHO -- all exposed by ...NewsReleaseWire.com (press release)As a result, in 1987, Japanese health authorities ruled that flu vaccination was ineffective and was no more than a serious financial and legal liability if ...and more »
Yentha - Helps you decideGirls Sweep BA, B.Sc ResultsYentha - Helps you decidePalayam, Trivandrum: Once again girls have bagged top ranks in the Kerala University's BA and BSc examinations. Among the 34 ranks announced in the B.sc ...Girls bag majority of top ranksExpress Buzzall 2 news articles »
A Pakistan NewsKerala University Results 2010, B.com B.Sc BA ResultsBuzz 7Kerala University B.Sc and BA Results are expected to be published online soon. According to Wiki, The University of Kerala is an affiliating university ...Kerala University Results 2010 announcedDekhlo India (blog)Kerala University Results 2010 DeclareDunya Today (blog)Kerala University Results 2010 announced - check onlineMerinewsAllaboutindia.org (blog) -South Asia Blog (blog) -Haryana News (blog)all 21 news articles »
Vetiver plants can absorb heavy metals, say researchersBusinessGhana... waste and in the process protect ground water from getting contaminated, a duo of researchers at Kerala University have claimed in a recent study. ...
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Stark disparity in pay packagesExpress BuzzEven as their counterparts in the permanent posts draw hefty sums as pay under the revised UGC scale, a group of teachers working in the Kerala University ...
The many uses of RamachamExpress BuzzA study by the Kerala University Department of Environmental Sciences on the efficiency of vetiver plants for removing heavy metals from wastewater has ...
What sustains us in a time of panic? How do we survive disasters beyond our control? Bestselling author Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni considers these timely questions in her compelling new novel, ONE AMAZING THING. Drawing on Divakaruni's personal experience of Hurricane Rita and inspired by literary works ranging from The Decameron to Ann Patchett's Bel Canto, ONE AMAZING THING explores what happens when people from different walks of life are trapped together are trapped by a violent earthquake. Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's honors include an American Book Award, a PEN/Josephine Miles Award, two PEN Syndicated Fiction awards, and a Distinguished Author Award from the South Asian Literary Association. Her work has appeared in TheBest American Short Stories, O. Henry Prize Stories, and a Pushcart Prize anthology. With the publication of her new novel, One Amazing Thing, Divakaruni is the author of sixteen books, two of which have been made into movies. A frequently sought-after op-ed commentator regarding South Asian-American culture, Divakaruni is the Betty and Gene McDavid Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Houston.
BCom results publishedExpress BuzzTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The results of the final year BCom examinations of the Kerala University, held in March/April, were announced on Thursday. ...and more »
Ajith upsets Joy LazarHinduKOCHI: Kerala's unrated D. Ajith upset his 10th-seeded State-mate MA Joy Lazar in the opening round of the 21st Cusat Open all-India FIDE-rated chess ...and more »
Calicut University's step-motherly treatment of Arabic courseTwo CirclesThe Kannur and Kerala Universities have already taken off the Afzal-Ul-Ulama Preliminary course. There, any student completing +2 (12th) can study BA ...and more »
Duration of MBA course reducedExpress BuzzMHRM: The results of the first and second-year MHRM examinations of Kerala University have been published. V.Anithakumar bagged the first rank.and more »
Meltdown brings threat to life of Barn owls in KeralaHinduAssociate Professor and Head of the Wildlife Science Department of Kerala Agricultural University's College of Forest, Dr PO Nameer, said owls come under ...and more »
Performance of engineering colleges posted on netExpress BuzzFor details of the performance of various engineering colleges affiliated to Kerala University, do visit the website http://kucc.keralauniversity.edu of the ...and more »
Hall-ticket, nominal roll available on websiteExpress BuzzBA ENGLISH VIVA VOCE: The viva voce of regular, private and distance education students of final year BA English of Kerala University, who could not appear ...and more »
and needy. The College started on 2005 with 15 students in BBA class and now established as one of the leading colleges conducting BBA, BCA, BSc [Computer Science] BTS [Tourism] and BCom [CA and Tourism]. SNCTRC can be proud of itself as a model of a forward-thinking system that is working to give a first-rate education to all its students. An instructional emphasis, so that mastering basic academic skills is the number one priority by the use of effective, state-of-the-art teaching ...
UIT admissions: Applications invitedExpress BuzzApplication forms and details can be downloaded from the website www.keralauniversity.edu The duly filled application forms along with receipt of the fee of ...and more »
CUSAT 2009 entrance result declaredMerinewsKerala declared the result of Engineering Science and Technology, Common Admission Test 2009 on Saturday. The university has academic links and exchange ...and more »
Applications invited for LLB examinationExpress BuzzMBBS RESULTS: Results of the first professional MBBS examinations of the Kerala University held in April. Applications for revaluation and scrutiny can be ...and more »
Two Cents of Hope (TCH) (www.twocentsofhope.com) is a registered non profit organization started by a group of Indian students at NC State University . We believe in empowering youth with education. We help to uplift the weaker sections of the society through the panacea - education. We use coin boxes to collect loose change that is not generally used or thrown away. These individual cents together result in a collection that yields considerable amount of money, enough to give education to a poor student. We consider a firm footing for the rest of his or her life. The Two Cents of Hope Spring Event "CRESCENDO '09" was held by the NC Chapter this May , primarily aimed at increasing awareness about Two Cents of Hope, while offering students a chance to unwind and participate in fun-filled activities after their exams. Crescendo'09, held at Lake Wheeler received an enthusiastic response from students here at the university. The final game of 4-Way Tug-of war was fully enjoyed by everyone.
Troops have blasted a massive armoury of the LTTE terrosits. It was located North of Putumathalan. Our Representative Kelum Gunatilake reporting from the location said the Army launched a massive attack on the LTTE at Thiruwetti, North of Puthumathalan. Intelligence reports said a large haul of weapons was destroyed along with a giant 130mm artillery. The LTTE is building two earth bunds linking the Chalai Lagoon and the sea as a last attempt to hold on to the area. The attack was launched following intelligence reports that the LTTE was transporting a large number of weapons. Artillery and mortars were used in the attack carried out with the assistance of the Air Force. Fire and explosions were witnessed among the bunds after the attack, within the No Fire Zone, where the innocement civilians are trapped and the LTTE is using them as hostages. As a result these civilians are experiencing tremendous hardships.
Troops have taken control of a terrorist supply location known as the American Junction. As a result all LTTE supplies are paralysed Sujith Vithana Pathirana reporting from the battle zone said the troops seized the Junction, used by the LTTE as a supply route, after the capture of their main supply line on the A-35 Road by the troops. Many roads meet at the Junction. The LTTE had built an earth bund due to its crucial import. The LTTE which is confined to a limited area used this Junction from the No War Zone. Troops of the 5th Vijayaba Infantry Regiment under 681st Brigade of Lt. Col. Lalantha Gamage captured the Junction after a face to face battle. Officers involved in the operation said this was their main supply line. Its capture has demoralised the terrorists. Task Force eight under the guidance of Col. Ravipriya and guided by Major General Kamal Gunaratne of the 53rd Division is making steady advances.
The Security Forces have taken control of Puthukudiyiruppu East up to the A-35 Highway. Our Representative Sujith Vithana Pathirana in a report said troops of the 53rd Division achieved this victory. The troops have entered Puthukudiyiruppu East up to the A-35 highway. As a result, the LTTE had lost their main supply route. The troops stepped into the location following an intense battle. The LTTE had built massive defence bunds and trenches. But the troops managed to breach the bunds and overcome the obstacles. Losing the A-35 Road after being dislodged from the Puthukudiyiruppu town, is a severe blow to the LTTE terrorists. The terrorists had been unleashing attacks on the troops from within the Safe Zone. However, the Government troops did not launch any attacks on the terrorists who had been remaining within this Zone. The LTTE is now confined only to nine square kilometres other than the Safe Zone.. Task Force Eight of the 53rd Division achieved this victory. The terrorists are left with only 25 square kilometres including the Safe Zone. Troops have surrounded the area from three fronts. The Security Forces are engaged in heavy battles to take control of this area.
Sri Lanka will commemorate her 61st Independence tomorrow. All arrangements are in place to commemorate the event in a simple note but with pride... Sri Lanka came under British rule with the inking of an agreement on 2nd March 1815, after King Sri Wickrama Rajasinghe was imprisoned. Thereafter Sri Lanka gained independence on 4th February 1948 with the contribution of Sinhala, Tamil, Muslim and Malay leaders. However, with the LTTE commencing its terrorist activities, the country was deprived of the opportunity of enjoying freedom. Not a single State leader who ruled the country from then onwards had the dire need to rout this terrorist outfit. But the country is now afforded the opportunity of commemorating independence with pride, due to the firm stand taken up by President Rajapakse and his Government to rid the country of terrorism. Freedom is dawning to the motherland as a result of the strong dedication of the Defence Secretary, the Military hierarchy and the war heroes. The string of military victories registered in eliminating terrorism from the country is an outstanding achievement. In such a background, the entire nation is fortunate to have received the opportunity of commemorating the 61st Freedom Day tomorrow. President Rajapakse will be the Chief Guest at the celebrations. Also, the Deyata Kirula Exhibition bringing together all communities under the theme Children of One Mother will begin at the BMICH tomorrow.
The Air Force played a major role in the liberation of Kilinochchi. It carried out air sorties on terrorist targets in support of the ground troops. The support extended by the Air Force and the Navy to the humanitarian operations which commenced with the Army liberating the Mavil-Aru Anicut, is outstanding. The Air Force shattered countless pre-identified targets and paralysed terrorist activities. Many massive successful air missions were undertaken last year. Air raids caused heavy damage to the Charles Anthony Baby Brigade head office. The Intelligence Headquarters was also raided. Precise raids targetted a building considered as the LTTE Police Head Office, in addition to many strongpoints in Kilinochchi. As a result, the LTTE experienced severe defeat. MIG, Kfir and MI-24 helicopter gun ships were mostly involved in these raids.
"India's Cultural Heritage" presentation for Diwali Night 2007. Presentation made by UMR India Association. The earliest literary traditions were mostly oral and passed down through descendants by citizens. Later, though, they were transcribed. Most of these spring from Hindu tradition and are represented by sacred works such as the Vedas, the epics of the Mahabharata and Ramayana. The earliest Indian paintings were the rock paintings of pre-historic times, the petroglyphs as found in places like Bhimbetka, and some of them are older than 550 BC. The music of India includes multiples varieties of folk, popular, pop, and classical music. India's classical music tradition that originates, has a basis from and is heavily influenced by Hindu texts. It includes Carnatic and Hindustani music and is noted for the use of several Raga, has a history spanning millennia, and, developed over several eras, remains instrumental to the religious inspiration, cultural expression and pure entertainment. Indian dance has diverse folk and classical forms. Among the well-known folk dances are the bhangra of the Punjab, the bihu of Assam, the chhau of Bihar and Orissa and the ghoomar of Rajasthan. Eight dance forms, many with narrative forms and mythological elements, have been accorded classical dance status by India's National Academy of Music, Dance, and Drama. These are: bharatanatyam of the state of Tamil Nadu, kathak of Uttar Pradesh, kathakali and mohiniattam of Kerala, kuchipudi of ...