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Manipal University was born in a developing country and focuses on students in other developing nations.
American professors train Indian engineering faculty in active teaching techniques.
Ambitious new, high-speed data network promises to be a game-changer in India.
Parliament considers a controversial bill that could redefine higher education.
A professor takes it upon himself to empower young businessmen to make the most of rural India.
Indian School of Business, just 9 years old, is ranked #12 by the Financial Times.
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A successful program tackles and intractable problem.
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How "old" technologies are helping scholars reinvent the New India.
India's bid for full Washington Accord membership, an elite honor, has been postponed again.
India's education minister says the country can't afford not to.
A young Indian university shows Yale the way.
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Good news for the country's "dysfunctional" education system? Think again.
China pulls in hundreds of thousands more foreign students than India, but Delhi has a plan
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