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Farewell Margaret Thatcher: 46 Front Pages From UK, And The World

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UK

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AUSTRALIA

ARGENTINA

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AUSTRIA

BELGIUM

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CANADA

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CHINA

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FRANCE

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GERMANY

SINGAPORE

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ITALY

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JAPAN

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SWEDEN

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SWITZERLAND

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SPAIN

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USA

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PORTUGAL

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M.M Ansari and Mohammad Naushad Khan

NEW DELHI — Nearly 800,000 young people from India attend foreign universities every year in search of quality education and entrepreneurial training, resulting in a massive outflow of resources – $3 billion – to finance their education. These students look for greener pastures abroad because of the lack of quality teaching and research in most of India’s higher education institutions.

Over 40,000 colleges and 1,000 universities are producing unemployable graduates who cannot function in a knowledge- and technology-intensive economy.

The Indian government's solution is to open doors to foreign universities, with a proposed set of regulations aiming to provide higher education and research services to match global standards, and to control the outflow of resources. But this decision raises many questions.

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