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Harvard University To Reward Malala Yousafzai For Her Rewarding Social Work

Nobel Prize Winner Malala Yousafzai is being honored by Harvard University for her work promoting girls' education. Harvard's Kennedy School says Yousafzai will be awarded...

History of Case Study – from Columbus to Nowadays

Christopher Columbus Langdell is considered the founder of the case method. History of case study starts when he becomes a dean in Harvard University....

Is New Google Glass-Based Solution a Blessing for Autistic people?

Google Glass -- an eye-wearable device that made headlines in 2015 but failed in the consumer technology space -- has now rekindled the hopes of millions of people with autism spectrum disorder...

US to probe into complaint: Does Harvard University discriminate against Indians, Asians?

August 4, 2017: US President Donald Trump's administration is preparing to probe a complaint by four Indian-American organizations and other Asian groups that Harvard...

Kumbh Mela – Mapping the Ephemeral Mega-City: Harvard Publishes a Book on Hindu Festival

Harvard University has added prestige and importance to the Indian heritage by publishing 'Kumbh Mela - Mapping the Ephemeral Mega-City,' a book that details...

Zika Threat: WHO rejects the call to postpone or move Olympics from Rio

Zika virus also is linked to serious birth defects The outbreak began in Brazil a year ago in 2015 Abnormal small heads are...

Why Indian universities don’t figure among world’s best

By Harshmeet Singh In the recently released Times Higher Education world university rankings, the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore managed to get into the top...

Kailash Satyarthi first Indian to receive Harvard humanitarian award

Washington: In another recognition of his contribution in the field of child rights and abolition of child slavery, 2014 Nobel Peace Prize recipient Kailash Satyarthi...

Gurukul system Vs Anglophonic education: Which learning system is better for children?

By Gaurav Sharma Education is not about flooding the brain with mass volumes of data. It is not about maximising the economic prospects of an...

Cancer can now be predicted 13 years before it strikes

By NewsGram Staff Writer Cancer research has just got a huge boost. The rejuvenated shot comes with the development of an error free and accurate...

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