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    Indian blogosphere continues attack on institute


    by Sunny on 15th October, 2005 at 4:34 pm    

    Heh, like a swarm of bees circling around to attack, Indian blogs are keeping up pressure on the academic institute IIPM. It is currently Technorati’s most searched term. More on the controversy here.

    The annoying thing is, most of the Indian media is too scared to carry the story, presumably because IIPM spends a huge amount on advertising every year in the press, although the Indian new channel NDTV did a short story. According to Press Talk, IIPM may be releasing a statement to the media. No one knows where all this will lead, but at least IIPM is unlikely to keep making wild claims in the press to attract poor students.



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