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After the recent Delhi High Court ruling that the Indian Institute of Planning and Management (IIPM) cannot use terms like BBA, MBA or management course for its courses, Arindam Chaudhuri, the director of IIPM, has decided to open a new court of justice with a tagline “Dare to think beyond HCs and SC”. The new [...]

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The Indian Institute of Planning and Management has filed a lawsuit in the Silchar Civil Court claiming damages to the tune of Rs 500 crore against the Delhi High Court, citing “grave harassment and injury”. The Delhi High Court had passed a judgment ordering IIPM to stop pretending to be a B-school or anything even [...]

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With the Left-backed All India Students’ Association (AISA) sweeping the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union polls (JNUSU) and bagging all the top four positions, including the President’s post for the second consecutive year, the Union government is learnt to have been mulling on a proposal to move the prestigious University to Bastar, Chhattisgarh. Union HRD [...]

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After having successfully launched Amma pharmacies, Amma canteen outlets, Amma salt, Amma drinking water, Amma vegetable shops and a dozen other businesses, the Tamil Nadu (TN) government is all set to take brand Amma into the world of academics by launching a new academic discipline, Ammanomics, the science of government competing in competitive markets and [...]

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India’s public sector monopoly, Coal India, may be getting vilified at home for consistently failing to meet India’s annual coal production targets but has won accolades from environmental groups such as Greenpeace for its stellar, albeit unwitting, role in reducing the overall carbon footprint in the process. So much so that the United Nations Environment [...]

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Taking a cue from the ALS Ice Bucket challenge that has helped raise several million dollars for the ALS association, the Modi government has launched the Yamuna bucket challenge to meet fiscal deficit targets for the ongoing financial year. “The rules of the Yamuna Bucket challenge are quite simple,” said Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley, at [...]

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After outlining several Rs. 100 crore schemes in the budget, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has been looking for sources of revenue to fund these schemes, with little success. Until PM Modi came to his rescue. The UnReal Times has independent confirmations from Finance Ministry as well as PMO sources that the government is mulling producing [...]

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Under fire from the National Human Rights Commission after reports of children swimming to school due to lack of a bridge across the river, the Gujarat government has hit back, saying that the issue is, in fact, an exercise in skill development. “Under the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modiji, it was decided to make [...]

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ordered government officials to prioritize measures to cut unemployment in the country, after hashtags related to Bollywood superstars Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan continuously dominated Twitter’s trending topics. “Initially, when the PM logged on to Twitter and saw these trends, he was quite nonchalant,” an official from the Finance [...]

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In a first for any city in India, the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) has announced that it will be starting a sleeper bus service between Hebbal and Silk Board, thus making it India’s first intra-city sleeper-bus service. The BMTC has announced that the service will be inaugurated by ace sleeper and former Prime Minister [...]

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