Indian Model School

Latest stories

53m
Business Standard India
Gita Gopinath's appointment as Kerala CM's economic advisor sparks row45 of them for every dollar. “He gets to hear more economics than he needs at
Gita Gopinath's appointment as Kerala CM's economic advisor sparks row
Business Standard India / Posted 53 minutes ago
45 of them for every dollar. “He gets to hear more economics than he needs at the dinner table,” said Gopinath, the first Indian woman with tenure in Harvard’s Department of Economics. Her husband, Iqbal Dhaliwal, is also an economist, and is... Read more
5h
The Hindu
Chennai todayCenter, Balfour Rd., Kilpauk, 7 p.m. Al-Anon: Meetings, St. Andrews Church, Or
Chennai today
The Hindu / Posted 5 hours ago
Center, Balfour Rd., Kilpauk, 7 p.m. Al-Anon: Meetings, St. Andrews Church, Oragadam; CSI James Church, Ullagaram; Ezhil Model School, Kodungaiyur; and Port and Dock Educational Trust HSS., Tondiarpet, 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous: Meetings,... Read more
10h
Business Standard India
Chasing prices45 of them for every dollar. “He gets to hear more economics than he needs at
Chasing prices
Business Standard India / Posted 10 hours ago
45 of them for every dollar. “He gets to hear more economics than he needs at the dinner table,” said Gopinath, the first Indian woman with tenure in Harvard’s Department of Economics. Her husband, Iqbal Dhaliwal, is also an economist, and is... Read more
14h
The Globe and Mail
In Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, a brotherhood of supportin the group’s health-care team, and greater motivation to connect with their c
In Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, a brotherhood of support
The Globe and Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
in the group’s health-care team, and greater motivation to connect with their cultural and spiritual heritage. The Dudes model is unique, says Barry Lavallee, director of the Centre for Aboriginal Health Education at the University of Manitoba.... Read more
1d
Quartz
Thousands of young mothers in India are paying with their lives to produce your cup of teamarginal. With the benefits, the daily wage of a worker rises to Rs 280 per day
Thousands of young mothers in India are paying with their lives to produce your cup of tea
Quartz / Posted yesterday
marginal. With the benefits, the daily wage of a worker rises to Rs 280 per day, said Sandip Ghosh of the Assam Branch Indian Tea Association, which represents 277 tea gardens in the state. This is on a par with the prescribed minimum wage for... Read more
1d
Decclan Chronicle
New compound may prevent development of epilepsyWashington: Researchers, including those of Indian-origin, have developed novel
New compound may prevent development of epilepsy
Decclan Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Washington: Researchers, including those of Indian-origin, have developed novel neuroprotective compounds that may prevent the development of epilepsy. In a study conducted in an experimental model of epilepsy in mice, the compounds prevented... Read more
4 related stories
2d
Hindustantimes.com
The Open Era: Reviewing India’s post-liberalisation economy1991 reforms is the quest to beat poverty through enterprise. It is sometimes s
The Open Era: Reviewing India’s post-liberalisation economy
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 2 days ago
1991 reforms is the quest to beat poverty through enterprise. It is sometimes said the elephant, a popular metaphor for the Indian economy, has begun moving. UPWARD MOBILITY The average earning of an Indian, measured as per capita income, has... Read more
2d
The Globe and Mail
In Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, a brotherhood of supportin the group’s health-care team, and greater motivation to connect with their c
In Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, a brotherhood of support
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
in the group’s health-care team, and greater motivation to connect with their cultural and spiritual heritage. The Dudes model is unique, says Barry Lavallee, director of the Centre for Aboriginal Health Education at the University of Manitoba.... Read more
2d
Decclan Chronicle
Non-invasive gene therapy could treat brain tumourWashington D.C: A team of researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medica
Non-invasive gene therapy could treat brain tumour
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
Washington D.C: A team of researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, led by an Indian neuroscientist, has developed a non-invasive gene therapy to treat brain tumour. Currently, treatment for brain tumour or Gliobastoma (GBM)... Read more
2d
New Kerala
Non-invasive gene therapy could treat brain tumour - newkerala.com #94428have been exploring therapeutic approaches to prevent recurrence of tumour. Ac
Non-invasive gene therapy could treat brain tumour - newkerala.com #94428
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
have been exploring therapeutic approaches to prevent recurrence of tumour. According to a report appearing in the Indian Science Journal, a team of scientists led by Dwijit Guha Sarkar of University of Massachusetts Medical School... Read more
3d
asianage
J&K HC asks Mehbooba for action against TV channels 'spreading hysteria'the article “Between the Studio and the Street”, written by Faesal who is prese
J&K HC asks Mehbooba for action against TV channels 'spreading hysteria'
asianage / Posted 3 days ago
the article “Between the Studio and the Street”, written by Faesal who is presently serving the J&K government as Director School Education (Kashmir) and which appeared in The Indian Express earlier this week. The court said, “He has been pushed... Read more
3d
The Economic Times
RH Patil: The man who revolutionized Indian stock marketMUMBAI: The period of early 1990's was a chapter of great drama in Indian capit
RH Patil: The man who revolutionized Indian stock market
The Economic Times / Posted 3 days ago
MUMBAI: The period of early 1990's was a chapter of great drama in Indian capital markets. The Rs 3,500-crore Harshad Mehta scam had shaken the stock market's very foundation and Bombay Stock Exchange, the country's largest bourse, was under the... Read more
2 related stories
3d
Channel NewsAsia
Culture of always needing to win thwarting mature debate: Singapore Kindness Movement’s William Wanyour spirituality? Aside from religion. Wan: Maybe that's the way I am compose
Culture of always needing to win thwarting mature debate: Singapore Kindness Movement’s William Wan
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 days ago
your spirituality? Aside from religion. Wan: Maybe that's the way I am composed. I was a science student during my school days, and I ended up excelling in literature, in poetry. So there is that part, that soft part of me that is always... Read more
4d
Daily Telegraph
'Pragmatic, feminine and active': Why Giorgio Armani's new collection is right for nowat every moment of the day’. Cashmere and wool blouse, £1,350. Wool trousers,
'Pragmatic, feminine and active': Why Giorgio Armani's new collection is right for now
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
at every moment of the day’. Cashmere and wool blouse, £1,350. Wool trousers, £750. Both Giorgio Armani New Normal. Rings, model’s own OK, maybe always feeling impeccable is a tall order – completely beyond my capabilities, that’s for sure – but... Read more
5d
The Lewistown Sentinel
Top of the townCOCOLAMUS -The East Juniata High School TAG!'s seventh annual Theatre Workshop
Top of the town
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 5 days ago
COCOLAMUS -The East Juniata High School TAG!'s seventh annual Theatre Workshop Festival will take place on Friday. The festival is open to all students entering grades five through 12. The festival is an all-day event in which students can take... Read more
5d
The Hindu
Can great athletes be role models?athletes have behaved in a manner that was hardly in keeping with their image.
Can great athletes be role models?
The Hindu / Posted 5 days ago
athletes have behaved in a manner that was hardly in keeping with their image. The other day, I was talking to a primary school teacher who also happens to be a die-hard sports fan, a man who spends almost all his leisure time in front of the... Read more
6d
U.S. Department of Energy
FACT SHEET: OBAMA ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES CLEAN ENERGY SAVINGS FOR ALL AMERICANS INITIATIVEwill award teams in dozens of communities up to $100,000, in cash prizes and te
FACT SHEET: OBAMA ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES CLEAN ENERGY SAVINGS FOR ALL AMERICANS INITIATIVE
U.S. Department of Energy / Posted 6 days ago
will award teams in dozens of communities up to $100,000, in cash prizes and technical assistance, to develop innovative models to increase solar deployment and cut communities’ energy bills, in particular in low income communities; HHS and DOE... Read more
2 related stories
8d
The New Yorker
The Philosopher of Feelingsto her room, she opened her laptop and began writing her next lecture, which sh
The Philosopher of Feelings
The New Yorker / Posted 8 days ago
to her room, she opened her laptop and began writing her next lecture, which she would deliver in two weeks, at the law school of the University of Chicago. On the plane the next morning, her hands trembling, she continued to type. She wondered... Read more
8d
The New Yorker
The Libertarians’ Secret Weapona knack for putting a happy face on the rougher edges of libertarianism. Weld h
The Libertarians’ Secret Weapon
The New Yorker / Posted 8 days ago
a knack for putting a happy face on the rougher edges of libertarianism. Weld has a shabby-genteel bearing and a boarding-school sarcasm that comes across as both appealing and arrogant. Together, Johnson and Weld represent the first Presidential... Read more
8d
The Hindu
Ensure quality through certificationEntrepreneur and educationist Anuraag Saxena talks about how school-ratings can
Ensure quality through certification
The Hindu / Posted 8 days ago
Entrepreneur and educationist Anuraag Saxena talks about how school-ratings can help parents choose the best institutes. Going from Vizag to Singapore via Texas isn’t a gruelling route to a rewarding career if you possess a positive attitude,... Read more
8d
The Atlantic
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Ending Poverty“and sometimes creativity can cross the line into craziness.” The way Easterly
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Ending Poverty
The Atlantic / Posted 8 days ago
“and sometimes creativity can cross the line into craziness.” The way Easterly sees it, charter cities (like charter schools in American cities) may provide an alternative to incumbent government systems, promising experimentation,... Read more
9d
The Economic Times
The Kashmir stories that have eluded the headlinesand tourists alike. Most of these cafes, bakeries and restaurants are pretty al
The Kashmir stories that have eluded the headlines
The Economic Times / Posted 9 days ago
and tourists alike. Most of these cafes, bakeries and restaurants are pretty aligned to the latest in food fashion in the Indian metros and other dining capitals of the world. Now, with the fresh bout of violence, their young owners are uncertain,... Read more
9d
dna
Anand Kumar's Super 30 to include Class 10 students this yearacclaimed programme. This year, 28 out of the 30 students cracked the Joint En
Anand Kumar's Super 30 to include Class 10 students this year
dna / Posted 9 days ago
acclaimed programme. This year, 28 out of the 30 students cracked the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) for the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), the latest in the string of achievements since its launch 15 years ago. Kumar said... Read more
9d
The Economic Times
Super 30 to expand, to include Class 10 students from this yearacclaimed programme. This year, 28 out of the 30 students cracked the Joint En
Super 30 to expand, to include Class 10 students from this year
The Economic Times / Posted 9 days ago
acclaimed programme. This year, 28 out of the 30 students cracked the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) for the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), the latest in the string of achievements since its launch 15 years ago. Kumar said... Read more
11d
asianage
Help! We need better teachersthe decades, policies have been made, unmade and remade, HRD ministers and educ
Help! We need better teachers
asianage / Posted 11 days ago
the decades, policies have been made, unmade and remade, HRD ministers and education secretaries have come and gone and school education remains as dismal as ever. All this is because the schoolteacher, supposedly the “fulcrum around which... Read more
11d
The Young Witness
The week that was around our regionsmaller candidates are getting. Click on the image to view the story. NARROMIN
The week that was around our region
The Young Witness / Posted 11 days ago
smaller candidates are getting. Click on the image to view the story. NARROMINE: The group still remember how to do a school photo with the principal Anne Holden (middle right). Everyone had a great time catching up. Photo: GRACE RYAN. Click... Read more
2 related stories
11d
Western Advocate
The week that was around our regionsmaller candidates are getting. Click on the image to view the story. NARROMIN
The week that was around our region
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
smaller candidates are getting. Click on the image to view the story. NARROMINE: The group still remember how to do a school photo with the principal Anne Holden (middle right). Everyone had a great time catching up. Photo: GRACE RYAN. Click... Read more
2 related stories
11d
Daily Liberal
The week that was around our regionsmaller candidates are getting. Click on the image to view the story. NARROMIN
The week that was around our region
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
smaller candidates are getting. Click on the image to view the story. NARROMINE: The group still remember how to do a school photo with the principal Anne Holden (middle right). Everyone had a great time catching up. Photo: GRACE RYAN. Click... Read more
2 related stories
11d
asianage
Get education right, rest will followafter taking over, he said India lacked in innovation in education as children
Get education right, rest will follow
asianage / Posted 11 days ago
after taking over, he said India lacked in innovation in education as children are discouraged from asking questions in schools. “Innovation is a process of rebellion essentially. Unless you rebel, unless you challenge the status quo, how can... Read more
11d
asianage
Get education right, rest will followafter taking over, he said India lacked in innovation in education as children
Get education right, rest will follow
asianage / Posted 11 days ago
after taking over, he said India lacked in innovation in education as children are discouraged from asking questions in schools. “Innovation is a process of rebellion essentially. Unless you rebel, unless you challenge the status quo, how can... Read more
11d
AllAfrica.com
From Gandhi and Mandela to Modi in South AfricaAs Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits South Africa and other countries
From Gandhi and Mandela to Modi in South Africa
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits South Africa and other countries in eastern Africa, "SA Welcomes Modi Committee" invokes the names of Mohandas "Mahatma" Gandhi and Nelson Mandela to refer to the shared history of Indo-Africa... Read more
14d
The Hindu
MRR/CHENNAI TODAY FOR JULY 12 (TUESDAY) FOR CHENNAI CITY FOR PAGE 4Center, Balfour Rd., Kilpauk, 7 p.m. Al-Anon: Meetings, St. Andrews Church, Or
MRR/CHENNAI TODAY FOR JULY 12 (TUESDAY) FOR CHENNAI CITY FOR PAGE 4
The Hindu / Posted 14 days ago
Center, Balfour Rd., Kilpauk, 7 p.m. Al-Anon: Meetings, St. Andrews Church, Oragadam; CSI James Church, Ullagaram; Ezhil Model School, Kodungaiyur; and Port and Dock Educational Trust HSS., Tondiarpet, 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous: Meetings,... Read more
16d
The Hindu
These six government schools stand out as islands of excellenceIn a sea of appalling mediocrity, six government schools from across the countr
These six government schools stand out as islands of excellence
The Hindu / Posted 16 days ago
In a sea of appalling mediocrity, six government schools from across the country stand out as islands of excellence Sixty-nine years after Independence, 282.6 million people aged seven and above are non-literate in India, making it the largest such... Read more
17d
The Hindu
All you need to know about the GM food controversyin Africa who are affected by partial blindness because of the deficiency. How
All you need to know about the GM food controversy
The Hindu / Posted 17 days ago
in Africa who are affected by partial blindness because of the deficiency. How have opponents of GM crops responded? Indian environmental activist and anti-globalization author Vandana Shiva. PHOTO: V. Raju Environmentalist Vandana Shiva,... Read more
2 related stories
18d
The Indian Express
Dhaka identifies its own in IS video: Son of ex-poll panel chief, dentist, MBA studentappeared in an Islamic State video threatening more attacks, at least two have
Dhaka identifies its own in IS video: Son of ex-poll panel chief, dentist, MBA student
The Indian Express / Posted 18 days ago
appeared in an Islamic State video threatening more attacks, at least two have been identified — a dentist married to a model, and an aspiring singer whose father was once the election commissioner of the country. The third youth in the video... Read more
8 related stories
18d
The New Zealand Herald
Yelling 'I hate white people' and punching one isn't a hate crime rules Canadian judgeor ethnic minority after another. Asians weren't allowed to vote in Canada unti
Yelling 'I hate white people' and punching one isn't a hate crime rules Canadian judge
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
or ethnic minority after another. Asians weren't allowed to vote in Canada until the late 1940s; federally-registered Indians had to wait until 1960." "There are many heartening, role-model exceptions that are routinely cited, but they only... Read more
18d
The Valley Chronicle
San Jacinto Fourth of July parade a huge successmyself," she said. "Especially in Hemet, there's not really any access to stuff
San Jacinto Fourth of July parade a huge success
The Valley Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
myself," she said. "Especially in Hemet, there's not really any access to stuff like this." She also noted their business model and offers. "Among special offers, limited edition figurines straight from Bandai which are extremely expensive but we... Read more
18d
Fast Company Magazine
The Food-Sharing Economy Is Delicious And Illegal--Will It Survive?one from Alameda County, for "facilitation" and "aiding and abetting." A cooki
The Food-Sharing Economy Is Delicious And Illegal--Will It Survive?
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 18 days ago
one from Alameda County, for "facilitation" and "aiding and abetting." A cooking and gardening program at Willard Middle School funds itself by selling meals with Josephine's software tools. Most states—with some exceptions for baked goods,... Read more
19d
Mail & Guardian
Story of South Africa's first black Olympians keeps us guessingorder of race and cultural progress, capped with a demonstration of American ef
Story of South Africa's first black Olympians keeps us guessing
Mail & Guardian / Posted 19 days ago
order of race and cultural progress, capped with a demonstration of American efforts at inducing general progress through a model school,” writes Gilbert in his 2009 book, Whose Fair?. South Africa was represented in this human circus by men who... Read more
19d
Miami New Times
South Florida Volunteers Protect Sea Turtles Because Authorities Don'tout here who cares and can get shit done.'" Authorities, he says, condescended
South Florida Volunteers Protect Sea Turtles Because Authorities Don't
Miami New Times / Posted 19 days ago
out here who cares and can get shit done.'" Authorities, he says, condescended to them as though they were "Podunk, Indian hippies." Richard resolved to find out who was responsible. "And nature talks to me," Zen grins. The couple figured... Read more
20d
Scoop.co.nz
Questions & Answers - 6 July 2016over $3 billion in export returns and jobs for over 30,000 New Zealanders. Howe
Questions & Answers - 6 July 2016
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 20 days ago
over $3 billion in export returns and jobs for over 30,000 New Zealanders. However, some agents, particularly in the Indian market, and some providers are not complying with expectations, and the Government is robustly addressing the... Read more
9 related stories
20d
The Economic Times
The Economic Times Startup Awards 2016: The jury and the categoriesThe Economic Times has assembled a jury comprising the finest minds tracking In
The Economic Times Startup Awards 2016: The jury and the categories
The Economic Times / Posted 20 days ago
The Economic Times has assembled a jury comprising the finest minds tracking Indian startups to select the winners of ET Startup Awards 2016. They will meet on August 6 to choose the eight winners of the second edition of India's most prestigious... Read more
20d
Daily Maverick
TRAINSPOTTER: Has the ANC cancelled The Hlaudi Channel?and their billionaire venture capitalist pals, it’s refreshing to know that som
TRAINSPOTTER: Has the ANC cancelled The Hlaudi Channel?
Daily Maverick / Posted 20 days ago
and their billionaire venture capitalist pals, it’s refreshing to know that someone like Hlaudi still exists – an old-school infocrat willing to pull on the asbestos gloves and shove his arm up an entire society’s asshole. Enough with the... Read more
172 related stories
21d
The Hindu
Chennai todayDeshmukh Salai, R.A. Puram, 10.30 a.m. TIFAC and IDF: Inauguration of conferen
Chennai today
The Hindu / Posted 21 days ago
Deshmukh Salai, R.A. Puram, 10.30 a.m. TIFAC and IDF: Inauguration of conference on ‘Technology Vision 2035’, SBOA School, Anna Nagar 9 a.m. Vels University: Valedictory of programme on ‘Student Centric Pedagogy’, Pallavaram, 3.20... Read more
23d
Daily Mail
How Kate ditched chain store chic to embrace high-end fashionin 2014, Kate wore a £35 Hobbs dress. Two years later, at the Taj Mahal, she wa
How Kate ditched chain store chic to embrace high-end fashion
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
in 2014, Kate wore a £35 Hobbs dress. Two years later, at the Taj Mahal, she was decked out in a £2,200 dress from Indian-American designer Naeem Khan At the races: At the 2011 Derby Kate wore a £195 Reiss dress, £145 LK Bennett shoes and... Read more
23d
The Economic Times
Why sellers of musical instruments are relying on offline-online fusionecommerce marketplaces. The education arm of the group, apart from running clas
Why sellers of musical instruments are relying on offline-online fusion
The Economic Times / Posted 23 days ago
ecommerce marketplaces. The education arm of the group, apart from running classes in its own centres and some of Mumbai's schools, also offers online classes. Taking this mix of online and offline one step further, later this month the Furtados... Read more
23d
Daily Mail
The ISIS terrorists who hacked 20 innocent victims to deathpistols and 'sharp objects' before taking more than 30 people hostage. They ki
The ISIS terrorists who hacked 20 innocent victims to death
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
pistols and 'sharp objects' before taking more than 30 people hostage. They killed nine Italians, seven Japanese, an Indian, an American and two local men before elite commandos ended the 12-hour standoff by storming the cafe. Six of the... Read more
2441 related stories
23d
Daily Mail
Three American students among 20 hacked to death in Bangladeshcrowd inside the Holey Artisan Bakery in Dhaka. Fellow Emory student Faraaz Ho
Three American students among 20 hacked to death in Bangladesh
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
crowd inside the Holey Artisan Bakery in Dhaka. Fellow Emory student Faraaz Hossain, who attended the college's business school, was also identified as being among the dead by a spokesman today. Tarushi Jain, 19, who studied at University of... Read more
2441 related stories
23d
ESPN Cricinfo
The Jamaican kid who became Universe Bossthe embrace of his local club, Lucas CC, thanks in no small part to an improbab
The Jamaican kid who became Universe Boss
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 23 days ago
the embrace of his local club, Lucas CC, thanks in no small part to an improbable and, frankly, enlightening first role model: Miss Hamilton, his primary school cricket teacher. "She soon spots that I don't like to run … I spot that she can bat... Read more
24d
TribLIVE
Tesla autopilot victim known for love of technology, fast carsfrom a video published on YouTube on Oct. 15, 2015, shows Joshua Brown of Canto
Tesla autopilot victim known for love of technology, fast cars
TribLIVE / Posted 24 days ago
from a video published on YouTube on Oct. 15, 2015, shows Joshua Brown of Canton, Ohio, in the driver's seat of his Tesla Model S with no hands on the steering wheel while he demonstrates the car's self-driving mode. Brown was killed on May 7,... Read more
817 related stories
More

People in this news