Take a look at 'motorized teapots' tackling tough obstacle courses!

Take a look at 'motorized teapots' tackling tough obstacle courses!

 A one of a kind teapot racing will feature at the CubaDupa festival in Wellington where ten converted teapots from various Steampunk groups around New Zealand will tackle the obstacle course.

Makeshift caddie change no problem for Jason Day at East Lake

Makeshift caddie change no problem for Jason Day at East Lake

Six days after Jason Day pulled out of the BMW Championship with a back complaint, his caddie was forced to withdraw from the opening round of the elite Tour Championship on Thursday because of a back issue.

Leonard qualifies for U.S. Open, Masters champions fall short

Former British Open champion Justin Leonard led a host of big-name players who fought their way through qualifying tournaments for the U.S. Open on Monday.

FIFA conducts management course in Botswana

The world football governing body FIFA Monday opened a management and administration course in Botswana as a way of improving the level of the game in the country through commercialisation.

AIIMS seat allocation for categories in MDS course is fair: HC

Setting aside the order of its single judge bench, the Delhi High Court has said the formula adopted by AIIMS for seat allocation for categories in Master of Dental Surgery (MDS) course, which commenced from July this year, is just and fair.

IGNOU dishes out meat-processing course

The Indira Gandhi National Open University is offering a year-long distance diploma course in meat processing from its upcoming academic session in July.

Four-year programme brings DU at par with global universities

International students who have come to study at Delhi University have hailed the transition to the four-year undergraduate programme, saying it helps meet global standards of education and bring DU at par with global varsities.

Confusion galore as DU set to introduce 4-year course

With Delhi University (DU) all set to introduce the new Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP), the house remains divided on the issue with some sections of teachers and students opposing it and others vehemently defending it.

Hundreds in Fiji come out to take crash course in Sanskrit

Hundreds of people in Fiji are coming out to take a seven-day crash course of the Indian classical language Sanskrit.

DU launches its much awaited course in innovation

Promising a break from rote learning to reap talents in innovation, Delhi University on Thursday launched its much talked about course in innovation.

US diplomat joins cultural sensitivity course

US Vice-Consul Maureen Chao, who was caught in a row over her remarks of
"dirty and dark" Tamilians, has enrolled herself in a cultural sensitivity course.

US: A course seeks ways to tackle Islamophobia

Attacks on Muslims have "increased exponentially" around the world.

Sibal moots skill development course in agriculture in high schools

HRD Minister Kapil Sibal on Wednesday
mooted introducing a skill development course in agriculture
at higher secondary level to equip the youth for employment.

Chris Brown completes anti-domestic violence course

Brown has completed the anti-domestic violence course which the court had ordered him to take after his conviction for assaulting ex-girlfriend Rihanna.

Hillary says Obama will stay the course

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she expects President Barack Obama to stay the course on domestic and foreign policy, even if Republicans make big gains.

IGNOU launches course for central govt staff

A new course for government employees in the country was launched Thursday by the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) and the training division of department of personnel and training (DoPT).

Now a course on `Harry Potter` at Durham University

`Harry Potter` fans now have the chance to study about their favourite teen wizard as Durham University has introduced a one of its kind course on the popular character.

Delhi HC asks govt for stand on 3-year course for non-MBBS

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked
the Centre to make its stand clear on a plea that a short-term
course on primary health was required to allow non-MBBS
persons to practise medicine in rural areas.

IIM-A course for bureaucrats put on hold in 2010-11

Premier B-school Indian
Institute of Management, Ahmedabad(IIM-A) on Saturday said it will
not be announcing admissions to Post Graduate Programme in
Public Management and Policy (PGP-PMP).

Oz college dupes Indians pursuing aviation course

Fate of several Indian students enrolled in a Sydney-based aviation college have been left in limbo after their dreams of acquiring commercial pilot license remained unfulfilled even after paying thousands of dollars.