Board exams results out: Here’s a list of top foreign universities Class 12 science students apply to

As Class 12 board examinations come to an end and universities around the world open their doors to admit first-year students, the multitude of possible options can become agonising. Especially, when you are opting for a science degree abroad, the selection of course specialisation, university and country build up to a monstrous task. Since it’s imperative to get these information right, let’s start cutting through the clutter by shortlisting top global universities. Choosing your specialisation At this stage, most students would have decided or already had a brief idea on…

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Nothing To Worry About Foreign Currency Deposit Redemptions: Raghuram Rajan

Mumbai: Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday allayed fears of any “disruptive” impact on the markets due to the redemption in coming months from $26-billion foreign currency deposits, calling it a “smaller eventuality”. Separately, the RBI announced pumping in of Rs 10,000 crore through open market purchase of government securities to meet the perceived liquidity crunch due to the upcoming redemption. “I think in relative terms, the FCNR(B) redemptions should be seen as much smaller eventuality. Not only do we have forward positions, we also have plenty of reserves,” he told researchers and analysts in…

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‘India First’ At The Core On Government’s Foreign Policy, Says PM Modi

‘India first’ is the core of NDA government’s foreign policy which is aimed at protecting the country’s strategic interests and ensuring robust economic growth, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today. “India first is the central point (of our foreign policy). It is about protecting India’s strategic interest, it is to ensure that India marches forward in achieving economic prosperity by leaps and bounds and reaches the position which it is destined to reach,” he said. The Prime Minister was making a Town Hall-style address to mark the second anniversary of…

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India Launches Sweeping Economic Reforms: Foreign Media On GST

NEW DELHI: The term “united states” has always been most apt for describing India, a nation of unparalleled variety of peoples and climes, 23 official languages and thousands of dialects. Some villages have been home to particular lineages for so long that residents claim their own dialect is discernible from what’s spoken in a town two miles down the road. Over centuries – millennia even – ruling classes carved out principalities across the Indian subcontinent through war and alliances, fusing early forms of union out of linguistic and geographical affinities. And…

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