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PM Modi to address 'Smart India Hackathon 2019' at IIT-Roorkee

The Smart India Hackathon 2019 will be conducted between March 2 and 3, 2019. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the event through a live interactive session on that day

Foreign scholar, two others accuse 5 IIT-Roorkee professors of sexual harassment

A three-member SIT has been formed to probe the matter, a police official said. 

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‘Panjab University is top Indian institute’

None of the IITs makes it to top 200; PU in 226-250 bracket.

News television is his latest venture after IIT,IAS and Gujarat Metro

It is the first Hindi national news channel to be aired from Gujarat.

Eco-friendly vehicles to be designed by students

Three wheels,an eco-friendly design and lots of creativity and intelligence - these are the ingredients that one needs to win Efficycle 2012 being organised in UIET at Panjab University from October 12-14.

Seismic vulnerability study finds ‘poor appreciation’ of building regulations

Construction norms and techniques in rural areas of Maharashtra and Gujarat,which have witnessed major earthquakes in the past and loss of lives,are considerably safer than what they were prior to the quakes but there is an “inadequate appreciation” of safer norms in areas that have not seen an earthquake.

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Landslide forces Shimla’s Clarkes Hotel to shut down

The company took the decision late Sunday evening after its consultants reported there was a threat to the entire hotel complex following a sudden landslide that took place two months ago.

New sewage disposal system

Noida Authority also announced the introduction of a new sewage disposal system in the city.

PWD asks IIT Roorkee,DEC to study its city roads

The Public Works Department is seeking the help of IIT Roorkee,Delhi College of Engineering and other institutions to study the length of roads recently handed over to it by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD).

Jnanpeeth rejects ‘vulgar’ stories,writers unite in protest

Bharatiya Jnanpeeth,the highest body for literature in India,has come under fire from the very community it represents after it refused to publish a collection of stories on grounds of vulgarity.

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