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April 27th, 2005
Three oldest universities to work ‘jointly’
The first three universities of modern India -- Calcutta, Madras and Mumbai -- have decided to work together academically and socio-culturally.
The three institutions also decided to be partners in the national research project on nanosciences and nanotechnology.
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