India, the land that gave birth to four religions and enshrined both secularism and free speech in its constitution, has been having a curious debate these past few weeks: Has the world's biggest democracy become an intolerant nation?
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South Africa dominates a snapshot of what a new ranking for African universities could look like, making up two-fifths of the institutions in the list.
The University of Akron plans to rescind a $50-per-credit hour fee for upperclassmen following pressure from students, legislators and the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
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