Indian businessman transforms talent-hunt in Ghana

Accra , May 28 Twenty-four years after he established a company to sell computers and train IT professionals in Ghana, Indian author and businessman Gurdip Hari is spending $1.5 million over the next two years to dramatically change the hunt for talented children.

Thailand dormitory fire kills 17 schoolgirls

Bangkok , May 23

A schoolgirl boarding-house in northern Thailand's Chiang Rai was burnt down late Sunday, killing 17 girls, injuring five others while two girls were missing, a local newspaper quoted police as reporting on Monday.

Government advisory for Indian students in Cyprus universities

New Delhi , May 16

The government on Monday advised Indian students seeking admission in universities and institutes abroad to check the background and reputation of such institutions following reports of malpractices by some universities in northern Cyprus.