SAARC Nations Should Solve Their Problems Together, Says Professor Gohwer Rizvi

 

New Delhi: Many of the major challenges facing the South Asian countries are trans-national and need to be solved together as most of them cannot be solved by national governments of the region in isolation, said Professor Gowher Rizvi. He said the complementarity of the nations of this region needs to be acknowledged and the region can become the largest market in the world.

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SAU TO HOST FIRST ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF SOUTH ASIAN BIOTECHNOLOGISTS

 

New Delhi: Faculty of Life Sciences and Biotechnology (FLSB), of the South Asian University (SAU) is organizing  “South-Asian Biotechnology Conference” from 12-14 February 2015. Biotechnologists from various SAARC countries shall participate in this three day event that will be inaugurated by Prof. GP Talwar, the erstwhile Director of the National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi. Participants from SAARC countries will present their research and get first-hand information about the kind of research work being carried out in this part of the world. Besides basic Life Sciences, the Conference will have sessions on Plant and Medical Biotechnology, Immunology and Infectious Diseases.

 

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SAARC must overcome the legacy of mistrust of the past

 

New Delhi: Culture, commerce and connectivity can be the building blocks for a better future for the people of South Asia, said Ms Sushma Swaraj, India’s External Affairs Minister.

The Minister was speaking at a SAARC event organised by the South Asian University (SAU) to commemorate the 30th SAARC Charter Day at India International Centre here. The event was well attended by Ambassadors, High Commissioners, Heads of international institutions, SAARC organisations, think tanks and many other dignitaries.

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REGIONAL YOUTH CONFERENCE TO CONCLUDE WITH A CULTURAL FIESTA


New Delhi: Young scholars and researchers from across the South Asian Region will debate on various socially relevant issues over two days in a regional conference. The event, Debating Identity - Dialogues across Boundaries, will be held on 16 and 17 October at the Akbar Bhawan campus of South Asian University.

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SOUTH ASIAN UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES ADMISSION

MORE FOCUS GIVEN ON ONLINE APPLICATION

New Delhi: It all can start with a click and finish off with another, literally. SAARC-established South Asian University has announced admission to its various Master’s as well as M.Phil/Ph.D. programmes and aspirants can complete the entire admission process online.

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NEED TO REVISIT SOUTH ASIAN IDENTITY AND COMMON FUTURE, SAYS BOSTON UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR ADIL NAJAM AT SAU

South Asia must revisit the concept of the South Asian identity and explore a brighter common future beyond its immediate challenges and predicaments, said Pakistani academic Dr.Adil Najam, Professor of International Relations and Earth and Environment at Boston University.

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