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‘Frustrated’ Gavina would love to keep Kia’s No. 1 pick

first_imgRead Next “I can’t confirm it. I’m learning just as much as everyone else as I read things and hear about things as well. I’m asking my management also, like, ‘Is this true?’ You just kind of wait it out and see what happens,” he said.Gavina is keeping his fingers crossed that the deal won’t push through.“Nothing’s set in stone. I don’t know what the board’s going to do, whether they’re going to accept it or not, so whether we keep it is a tossup right now. I’d love to keep it, but you know, there’s some higher powers that be that might not agree.”Gavina, however, knows he is at the mercy of the Kia management and said that just like in the past, he has to make do with what he has in his lineup.“Honestly, it’s not as if I haven’t been in this position before. When I first took over, we gave up our pick and we got legitimate veterans for it, and wind up having a great season,” he said, referring to the time when the team traded second overall pic Troy Rosario to TNT for Aldrech Ramos and Nino Cañaleta back in 2015.ADVERTISEMENT CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA MOST READ “On a scale of one to 10, [my frustration is] maybe a 12,” he said.Gavina was at the PBA Draft Combine on Monday, trying to keep a straight face while discussing the possible moves of his team.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutReports said that Kia is getting a bunch of San Miguel reserves, a future first rounder, and a boat load of cash in exchange for the No. 1 pick.Gavina, though, did not want to comment on the reported deal and said even he is left in the dark when it comes to management’s moves. View comments Stephen Curry fined $50,000 for tossing mouthguard at official LATEST STORIES Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Kia coach Chris Gavina. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netAt this point, nothing surprises Kia coach Chris Gavina anymore.That’s why he couldn’t hide his frustrations following the news about the Picanto’s latest head-scratching move to ship trade the rights to this year’s top pick to San Miguel.ADVERTISEMENT QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Kin of Misamis Oriental hero cop to get death benefits, award — PNP “In my position, you got to kind of live with what you can get sometimes and really, just look to how we’re going to improve with what we have. It comes down to really development. We’ve already started with our skills training as early as last week, probably the first team that came back, so we move forward from there,” he said.“So whatever the case happens, whether we get Christian or not, I think as long as we get some veteran leadership on the team with championship experience, I think we’ll be able to form a formidable team next year.” Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Gameslast_img read more

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Sweet Distraction? North Korea’s feminine touch at Olympics

first_imgNorth Korean supporters sing ahead of the free skating pair, figure skating final in the Gangneung Ice Arena at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — To pour on the charm at the Pyeongchang Olympics, North Korea has turned to ball-gown clad singers, pompom-waving cheerleaders and two of its most influential women. And the media, the South Korean public and the Olympic audience worldwide seem to be thoroughly enjoying the spectacle.But should they be?ADVERTISEMENT John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Some went so far as to film cheerleaders’ rooms from outside their windows, the report said. TV Chosun, voyeuristically shooting through room windows, claimed an exclusive of the North Korean cheerleaders watching South Korean TV shows. The Yonhap News agency published photos of cheerleaders inside a women’s restroom washing their hands and waiting in line outside toilets.North Korea has sent women south to win hearts and minds before.The idea dates back to Kim Jong Il, the current leader’s father, who dispatched:— a 288-member cheering squad to South Korea for the Busan Asian Games in 2002;—306 women to Daegu for the 2003 Universiade;— a 125-member squad for the Incheon Asian Athletics Championships in 2005.Kim Jong Un’s wife is an alumnus of the cheering squads. She went to the Incheon event.The squads are usually made up of young women, often students or government workers from Pyongyang, selected for their looks, musical skills and family standing.At their first appearance at a competition, an ice hockey game featuring the joint North-South women’s team, they started off with a popular North Korean song called “Happy to Meet You.”That had been a matter of concern. Read Next View comments US says it will resume talks with North Korea soon PLAY LIST 01:13US says it will resume talks with North Korea soon00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:45Australian student detained in N. Korea ‘released, safe’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City LATEST STORIES Pretty much every song performed in public in the North is political (as is everything else; that’s what totalitarianism means, after all), and even tunes that might sound like simple love songs are almost always devoted to Kim Jong Un or one of his predecessors.In a later game, one squad held up masks of a handsome young man, which some observers speculated was Kim Jong Un’s grandfather, Kim Il Sung. That would have clearly run afoul of organizers’ expectations. Officials quickly denied the rumors, though it remains unclear who the mystery man was intended to be.“Because the cheerleaders and the performance squads are Koreans like us, it’s natural to have a good feeling toward them,” said Shin In-kyun, president of the Korea Defense Network, a nonpartisan group of defense experts. “But we should not forget the intention of the brutal North Korean regime that’s hidden behind it.”“Right now, it seems we are distracted,” he said. “North Korea’s operation is working.” Wozniacki irate over opponent’s ‘unfair’ grunting in Qatar win Slow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises The sister’s arrival generated a good deal of serious reporting, juxtaposed with the presence of U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and his wife. But she got a full dose of the tabloid treatment from the moment she arrived.There were some extremely unlikely comparisons to Ivanka Trump, who is expected to attend the Games’ closing ceremony. South Korea’s TV Chosun television network put together a separate report to analyze her fashion and appearance and pointed out her freckles and makeup. One analyst even speculated she might be pregnant.The reporting was “a personal insult and diplomatic mistake,” the Citizens’ Coalition for Democratic Media, a media watchdog, said in a report.It was hardly the exception.South Korean broadcasters focused on the legs of the North Korean cheerleaders to highlight their bodies, while they tended to show the heads and chests of North Korean men on the day of their arrival in the South, while images of the cheerleaders’ black ankle boots and bare calves were repeated frequently.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting AFP official booed out of forum MOST READ Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers Despite the focus on campy weirdness and implications of salaciousness, the North’s feminine touch in Pyeongchang is a potent — and deliberately manipulative — political statement. Young and attractive women, intended to put a “soft” face on the North’s totalitarian regime, have long been one of the ruling Kim family’s favorite propaganda tools.North Korea, one of the most patriarchal of societies around, deployed two of its most powerful women to spearhead its Olympic diplomacy campaign.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutCompletely overshadowing a 90-year-old statesman who was nominally in charge of the North’s delegation, Kim Jong Un sent his younger sister, Kim Yo Jong, who while still just 30 years old is head of the ruling party’s Propaganda and Agitation Department.He also shocked Seoul by sending Hyon Song Wol, who is better known as the lead singer of the domestic cadre-pleasing, miniskirt-wearing Moranbong Band. She is now also a senior ruling party member. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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No Federer, Serena, Sharapova, no problem for Roland Garros

first_imgLakers win 9th straight, hold off Pelicans Pagasa: Kammuri now a typhoon, may enter PAR by weekend View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES LOOK: Vhong Navarro’s romantic posts spark speculations he’s marrying longtime GF SEA Games: PH beats Indonesia, enters gold medal round in polo The annoucement came in the wake of Djokovic parting with long-time coach Marian Vajda earlier this month, having also ended a three-year relationship with Boris Becker at the end of last season.Eight-time major winner Agassi, who has only committed to the French Open so far, has never coached at such a level before and has been away from the sport for more than a decade since retiring in 2006.The open French OpenWho will be the 2017 women’s champion? Who knows? The champions from 2010 to 2015 — Serena Williams (2013 and 2015), Maria Sharapova (2012 and 2014), Li Na (2011) and Francesca Schiavone (2010) — are absent.Defending champion Garbine Muguruza of Spain picked up a neck injury in Rome and has won just two matches on clay all season.World number one Angelique Kerber’s best run was a 2012 quarter-final spot. This claycourt season, the German lost first time out at Rome having retired with a back injury after two matches in Madrid.Simona Halep, the 2014 runner-up in Paris and winner in Madrid this year before being a losing finalist in Rome, looks the most likely champion-in-waiting — just.Kvitova, Del Potro — high on emotionOut of action since injuring her left hand fighting off a knife-wielding burglar at her home in December, two-time Wimbledon champion Kvitova may yet still be a late-entry into Roland Garros where she was a semi-finalist in 2012.She’d be a popular champion as would be Juan Martin del Potro, the giant Argentine whose huge potential, illustrated by his 2009 US Open victory, should have been the first chapter in a Grand Slam success story.However, an agonising series of wrist injuries pushed him to the brink of retirement before a comeback last year saw him reach the Olympics final.Practically unplayable on his day, Del Potro was a semi-finalist in Paris in 2009 but last played the tournament in 2012, losing a two sets lead to go down to Roger Federer in the quarter-finals. Spain’s Rafael Nadal celebrates after winning his men’s second round match against Argentina’s Facundo Bagnis at the Roland Garros 2016 French Tennis Open in Paris on May 26, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / MARTIN BUREAURoland Garros organizers are confident that the absence from the 2017 French Open of Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova will just be a footnote when the story of the second major of the season is told.“The absence of these three stars does not weaken the tournament because Roland Garros remains an institution and the Holy Grail for a player,” French tennis historian Jean-Christophe Piffau told AFP.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ South Korea to suspend 25% of coal plants to fight pollution Last year, he played two rounds before a wrist injury forced an early withdrawal.But he has been rejuvenated in 2017, reaching the Australian Open and Miami finals and winning in Madrid for a record-equalling 30th Masters title.Djokovic and Agassi, starstruck double actWhen Djokovic completed the career Grand Slam by winning his first Roland Garros title in 2016, the Serb held all four majors at the same time.But the former world number one has — by his standards — struggled since, admitting motivation has been a problem.There were signs of life when he reached the Rome Masters final last weekend where his defeat was soon relegated in significance by his appointment of US legend Andre Agassi as his new coach.ADVERTISEMENT Del Potro is ranked 30 this week; 12 months ago, he was down at 233.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Owners move 2021 Super Bowl to Tampa, LA gets 2022 ‘Coming Home For Christmas’ is the holiday movie you’ve been waiting for, here’s why “The Grand Slam tournaments are anchored in the history of tennis, which is what makes them both special and prized.”With that in mind, AFP Sports looks at the storylines likely to dominate the French Open which starts on Sunday:Perfect 10 for Nadal?FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingThis year Nadal has captured a 10th Monte Carlo Masters and 10th title in Barcelona; now the great Spaniard targets what many in the sport thought was impossible — a 10th Roland Garros.The champion in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, Nadal, now 30, was written off when he lost to Novak Djokovic in the 2015 quarter-finals, ending a 39-match win streak in Paris since his shock defeat to Robin Soderling in 2009. 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Durant planned for this title months ago in picking Warriors

first_imgKevin Durant, Stephen Curry lead Warriors to NBA title11K viewsSportsVentuno Web Player 4.51 OAKLAND, California— They made their group plea to Kevin Durant last summer, Stephen Curry and the core of the Golden State Warriors traveling cross-country to go at a prized free agent the only way they do it around here: with “Strength in Numbers.”Durant didn’t really need a hard sell that day in the Hamptons. He chose Curry, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson and a chance at his first championship over returning to Oklahoma City. Scorned and scrutinized from every angle for that decision, Durant triumphantly raised his arms and an MVP trophy Monday night all these months later— beaming as a first-time NBA champion, just as planned.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant gestures as he holds the Bill Russell NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Award after Game 5 of basketball’s NBA Finals between the Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers in Oakland, Calif., Monday, June 12, 2017. The Warriors won 129-120 to win the NBA championship. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Durant and Curry were always right in the middle, yet they stayed loose and focused by building their own relationship — not to mention shooting skills — through regular shooting contests that were oh so close.READ: Warriors finish off Cavaliers in 5 games, regain NBA title “The way that he embraced the opportunity in the Finals, it was unbelievable,” Curry said. “It’s kind of crazy to think about the conversations we had this summer and going into the year about how we can both mesh and do what we do and be the players that we are and (to) see it come to life in this series, it was unbelievable.”Durant, an eight-time All-Star who only needed a ring to cement his superstar status, scored 39 points in a championship-clinching 129-120 victory and averaged 35.2 points and 8.4 rebounds in these Finals.“I’m just happy for him. He’s had an amazing career, but he just took it to the next level,” coach Steve Kerr said. “He was incredible all season long. He had an amazing series, just dominated. Everybody for the last 10 years knew how good he was, but until you break through and win that first championship, there’s always still something there. I’m just so happy Kevin has broken through. And there’s more to come from him.”ADVERTISEMENT Michael Jordan’s 1984 Olympic games Converse shoes sold for $190K Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guidecenter_img What ‘missteps’? WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage READ: Durant makes his mark in Game 1 of NBA Finals for Warriors Durant came back late in the regular season from a 19-game absence with a left knee injury, then dealt with a tender calf early in the playoffs. Still, he insisted he had another notch to raise his game, and he certainly found it. He dramatically drove and dunked on Cleveland’s defense, knocked down big 3-pointers and blocked shots while handling the load of defending King James.Ten years after becoming the No. 2 draft pick behind Greg Oden, Durant has reached the pinnacle. Whenever he is asked about his own accomplishments, he is always quick to offer a reminder just as he did with a new NBA champions hat on his head: “It’s a team sport.” He can’t do it alone.“I can’t believe it, but I have to,” Durant said recently of where he is after a decade. “I’m really proud where I am right now as a player and being as consistent every year as I’ve been. That’s something I talked about coming into the league, wanting to do it year in and year out. I’ve been able to accomplish that individually. But this is not an individual sport. So I’ve also realized that as far as becoming more of a team player, since my first year I’ve grown so much and I’m proud of myself in that area as well, but I’ve got a long ways to go.”READ: Durant makes his mark in Game 1 of NBA Finals for WarriorsThis is a major start. For those guys in the Hamptons recruiting Durant that day and all the others, they can’t wait for more.“We felt like Kevin could come in and help us and, like I said, make it all complete,” Green said. “And he showed that. Finals MVP, 4-1, world champions. Doesn’t get much better than that.”RELATED VIDEOGolden State Warriors celebrate NBA Championship2.5K viewsSportsVentuno Web Player 4.51 He hugged mother Wanda many a time. And Curry, too. Even LeBron James, celebrating the fight and brilliance they each demonstrated during an entertaining back-and-forth basketball show in this Finals trilogy. Golden State in 2015, the Cavaliers last year, the Warriors again this time.READ: Kevin Durant’s menacing defense leads the way for WarriorsFEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“I hear all the narratives throughout the season that I was joining, I was hopping on bandwagons, I was letting everybody else do the work,” Durant said. “But then that was far from the truth. I came in and tried to help my team. Like I said, tried to be myself, be aggressive and sacrifice as well.”For all that chatter about chemistry on a super-team — some called them “supervillains” — how there might not be enough shots for all the big-time scorers, the Warriors kept winning as the world watched the every move of the East Bay franchise under a microscope. 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Pacquiao punishes spar mates

first_imgHeart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken View comments “Binugbog. Binira na (They were roughed up),” was how training assistant Jonathan Peñalosa described Pacquiao’s eight-round display of speed and power.Fact is, Young’s legs wobbled when Pacquiao landed a left straight in the third round, while Kambosos’ face turned reddish due to a flurry of jabs.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutAncajas readyLike Pacquiao, Jerwin Ancajas declared himself ready to stake his International Boxing Federation super flyweight belt against Teiru Kinoshita of Japan. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Manny Pacquiao unloaded hard punches against George Kambosos and Adrian Young on Monday, leaving his spar mates battered and bruised.His training team was delighted, of course, especially chief trainer Freddie Roach, who decided to scrap a planned sparring session in Brisbane, where Pacquiao will dangle his World Boxing Organization welterweight crown against Australian Jeff Horn on July 2.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Jordan delivers on promise: 2 Cobra choppers now in PH WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’center_img World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guide MOST READ Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken The road back to volleyball glory What ‘missteps’? Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games 1 dead in Cavite blast, fire According to Joven Jimenez, Ancajas’ trainer/manager, the 25-year-old- pride of Panabo, Davao del Norte, is 95 percent in shape for the chief support of the Pacquiao-Horn tussle to be aired live by ESPN.Ancajas has sparred more than a 100 rounds for the second defense of the crown he won with a unanimous decision over McJoe Arroyo of Puerto Rico last year.At the moment, Ancajas is still six pounds over the 115-lb limit, although he doesn’t see any problem making the weight.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

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Big 2nd half propels Meralco over debuting Ginebra

first_imgEl Nido residents told to vacate beach homes View comments Antetokounmpo thrills in ‘Greek Freak Invades Manila’ “I’m very happy with our effort to night especially on the defensive end. We played good defense the entire game. A lot of people were involved with that,” said Meralco head coach Norman Black.“Cliff Hodge did a great job defensively today. LA Tenorio got off to a quick start but after that I thought Chris Newsome also picked up his defense against LA. I think overall it was just a great defensive effort.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsThe Bolts outscored the Gin Kings, 29-12, in the pivotal third period where swingman Jared Dillinger fired 12 of his 17 points.“In the second half we played much better offensively, moved the ball better, started to make some shots. JD (Dillinger) made some outside shots for us and 3-point shots that opened up their defense,” said Black. National Coffee Research Development and Extension Center brews the 2nd National Coffee Education Congress “Overall it’s just a great start for us. I’m really happy for the players they worked hard in the offseason,” Black added after his team rose to 2-0.Meralco also ruined the return of Ginebra center Greg Slaughter, who played his first game in 10 months due to an ACL injury.Slaughter finished with 14 points, 14 rebounds and three blocks.ADVERTISEMENT Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next FEU Auditorium’s 70th year celebrated with FEU Theater Guild’s ‘The Dreamweavers’ Church, environmentalists ask DENR to revoke ECC of Quezon province coal plantcenter_img Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ MOST READ Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netAllen Durham had another dominating outing and Meralco shook off a slow start to rip debuting Barangay Ginebra, 93-78, in the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup Sunday night at Smart Araneta Coliseum.Durham bullied his way to 30 points and 24 rebounds with nine assists to power the Bolts, who trailed by as much as 11 early before a big third quarter got them cruising to a big win.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Trump strips away truth with hunky topless photo tweet Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’last_img read more

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Srisaket KOs Gonzalez in fourth to retain WBC title

first_imgNATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul Gonzalez, of Nicaragua, stayed on the canvas for a couple of minutes. After rising slowly he had to be helped to his corner stool. The first knockdown came 42 seconds earlier when southpaw Srisaket landed a similar short right hook to the side of the head. Gonzalez was able to get up at the count of seven and continue — but looked out of sorts.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingThe 30-year-old Srisaket went to work quickly in the first round, easily landing combinations and body shots — the fruits of months of intense training in the gym for the most important fight of his career.“I trained really hard for four months because I wanted everyone to know what I came here for,” said Srisaket of the brutal beatdown. “I have shown that I am the best 115 pound fighter in the world.” Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:18Alvarez ready to take risk vs Folayang, looks to end clash by ‘knockout or submission’02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo MOST READ Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side The Thai dynamo silenced critics who had claimed his majority decision win in the first fight six months ago in New York was a fluke and the result of accidental head butts.Both fighters came out swinging from the opening bell in Saturday’s 115-pound rematch at the outdoor StubHub Center stadium, as it became apparent in the early rounds that Srisaket was in charge and the fight likely would not go the distance.“For the first fight I only trained two months. This fight I knew I was going to knock him out,” Srisaket said. “I am not scared of anyone.”Srisaket (44-4-1, 40 KOs) said he wanted to make his country proud. “I fought for Thailand, for the pride of Thailand,” he said. ADVERTISEMENT CARSON, CA – SEPTEMBER 09: Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (R) of Thailand celebrates as Roman Gonzalez of Nicaragua lays motionless at StubHub Center on September 9, 2017 in Carson, California. Jeff Gross/Getty Images/AFPSrisaket Sor Rungvisai knocked out Roman Gonzalez in the fourth round Saturday with a devastating right hook to retain his WBC super flyweight world title in his second straight win over the former champ. Thailand’s Srisaket knocked ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez down twice in the final round, finishing the challenger off with a right hook with 1:45 to go in the fourth. ADVERTISEMENT Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’center_img Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters LATEST STORIES Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side Nunes keeps belt, defeats Shevchenko at UFC 215 Gonzalez, who dropped to 46-2 overall, was taken to the hospital immediately after the fight for medical treatment.He was trying to avenge the only loss of his career against Srisaket but he failed to put up any defense against the onslaught of the Thai’s superior punches.The former pound-for-pound division king has had several gruelling fights in recent years, which have taken a heavy toll on his 30-year-old body.On the undercard, Japan’s Naoya Inoue won his US debut by defending his 115 pound WBO title with a sixth round knockout of Antonio Nieves.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

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The beautiful thinkers

first_imgThey are naturally beautiful but they prefer to flaunt their brains instead. From curves to charms, they have them all but the endgame is simple: these women are a thinking man’s dream come true. Talking to them can conjure fantasies that makes touching dumb belles feel like lifting weights. A,They are naturally beautiful but they prefer to flaunt their brains instead. From curves to charms, they have them all but the endgame is simple: these women are a thinking man’s dream come true. Talking to them can conjure fantasies that makes touching dumb belles feel like lifting weights. A checklist of the top Thinking Man’s Sex Symbols in Delhi and what some men who matter feel why they are what they are.Chitrangada SinghThere is a mysterious air about her which makes Chitrangada a perfect combination of beauty and talent. Maybe that is the reason why director Ketan Mehta describes her as rare. Passionate, inquisitive and compassionate are the adjectives she uses to describe herself. “I’m a very regular person and do a lot of the usual stuff,” says she. What appeals to her in men is their confidence and honesty.Raseel GujralWhen asked to describe herself in five adjectives, the first thing she mentions is. “I am deeply loyal.” And that’s the reason, she votes for her husband, Navin as the sexiest man alive.”I am not a window shopper. But I find George Clooney and Sean Connery sexy too.” She is constantly stimulated by design, beauty in space, objects, art and textiles. “I often need to unwind myself and I do that by reading, watching films and spending time with my younger son as he is uncomplicated.”In touch with reality, Gujral prefers to call herself a girl next door.Jagi PandaStanding at five-foot-nine inches with an impeccable look, Jaggi Panda, wife of parliamentarian Jay Panda, has donned many hats-an airhostess with Air India to a supermodel to a broadband entrepreneur. She negates the typical image of a neta’s wife. An ideal example of beauty and brains, Panda keeps herself intellectually stimulated by following what’s happening in the industry worldwide by attending conferences and reading industry related books or magazines. Work takes most of her time while fitness comes second. “Five days a week, both cardio and weights is a must.” She runs two companies, has some 500 employees working under her, but that doesn’t take away some of the girl next door qualities she has. “When at home, I love looking at magazines on interiors and doing little things for the house.” She likes men who are compassionate, good communicators, large hearted and have a vision. And the sexiest man alive, according to her is Denzel Washington.Soha Ali KhanHer charming smile and almond eyes make million hearts go thump. She is the ultimate beauty who has made a name for herself. She turned out to be a fine actress and after her kissing scene with Emraan Hashmi in Tum Mile, she became the talk of tinsel town. This alumni of British School, Delhi, calls herself a boring person and one who doesn’t like many changes. When it comes to food, she prefers a simple meal. Dal, roti and vegetables form part of her staple diet. But she loves to binge on the Bengali food that her mother cooks.Kalyani ChawlaA patron of the arts and fashion, Kalyani Chawla and her grandeur is hard to miss. Being a successful art curator and the vice president of Dior India, she has set a high benchmark for not just her peers but aspiring fashionistas and art lovers. But behind her enchanting avatar is a traditional Bengali girl who like most Bengalis is a culture vulture with a superiority complex that she claims to be rightfully true. “My love for European art, books and music was derived from my father who is the best looking grey haired Bengali bhadrolok I know,” she smiles.Indrani DasguptaThis glamrous diva considers fashion the most important thing in anyone’s life.Before she entered the world of fashion, Indrani wanted to be a lawyer. That’s what makes her a voracious reader. “I read whatever I get my hands on. Newspapers, magazines, fiction and non fiction.I love the smell of books, old or new,” says Dasgupta. She describes herself as a girl next door. When she isn’t walking the ramp in her high heels, she loves to curl up in her oldest tee and pajamas. And when it comes to men, she adds, “I like a man who has a funny bone and a good sense of humor. Somebody who wears his skin well.”Ayesha SharmaThis young TV anchor is a muse for those who aspire to follow the same career. While men think of her as a perfect example of beauty with brains, Ayesha, on the contrary, says, “Beauty has little to do with intellect but it’s true that people react differently to someone who looks good.I don’t think the two need to be mutually exclusive.” She is a foodie and loves to binge on but her keen interest in sports keeps her fit.Meera AliWith unmatched enthusiasm and charm, Meera Ali is every thinking man’s fantasy. She keeps herself busy by meeting people who are not affected by their own status in the society, working with the rural folk, craftsmen and children whose minds are open to new and challenging ideas. “Listening to poetry from my husband, reading and designing for my fashion label keeps my mind active,” says the woman who feels looks will only take a person that far, but beyond that, each person needs to be intellectually sound.Manjari ChaturvediBeing the only Sufi Kathak dancer in the world, Manjari Chaturvedi has combined the mysticism of Sufi traditions with classical Indian dance to create a stunning new art form. “I read a lot and I am obsessed with my dance that gives me no time to think of physical beauty,” says Chaturvedi who insists on wearing black to negate all the attention so that the audience sees beyond the body. “When not dancing, I like to sew and want to make a sewing room in my house,” she smiles.advertisementadvertisementlast_img read more

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Ready reckoner for India’s best colleges

first_imgAAbeda Inamdar Senior College (Estd: 1991); 2390-B, K.B. Hidayatullah Road, Pune-01; Tel: 020-26446970; Website: www.abedainamdar-seniorcollege.orgAcharya Narendra Dev College (Estd: 1991); Kalkaji, Govindpuri, New Delhi-19; Tel: 011-26412547/26294542; Website: www.andcollege.du.ac.in; Seats: 480 in ScienceAgrawal P.G. College (Estd: 1957); Maharaja Agarsen Marg, near Sanganeri Gate, Jaipur-03; Tel: 0141-2614541; Website: www.agarwalpgcollege.comAll India Institute of,AAbeda Inamdar Senior College (Estd: 1991); 2390-B, K.B. Hidayatullah Road, Pune-01; Tel: 020-26446970; Website: www.abedainamdar-seniorcollege.orgAcharya Narendra Dev College (Estd: 1991); Kalkaji, Govindpuri, New Delhi-19; Tel: 011-26412547/26294542; Website: www.andcollege.du.ac.in; Seats: 480 in ScienceAgrawal P.G. College (Estd: 1957); Maharaja Agarsen Marg, near Sanganeri Gate, Jaipur-03; Tel: 0141-2614541; Website: www.agarwalpgcollege.comAll India Institute of Medical Sciences (Estd: 1956); Ansari Nagar, New Delhi-29; Tel: 011-26594622; Website: www.aiims.edu; Seats: 72; Cut-off: Entrance testAmity Law School (Estd: 1999); F-1 Block, Sec-125, Noida-201303; Tel: 0120-4392681; Website: www.amity.edu; Seats: 160;Cut-off: Entrance testAmrita Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre (Estd: 2002); Elamakara, Edappatthy, Kochi-26; Tel: 0484-4008031/2858031; Website: www.aimshospital.org; Seats: 100; Cut-off: Entrance testArmed Forces Medical College (Estd: 1948); Sholapur Road, Pune-40; Tel: 020-26306000/ 26802216/26306055; Website: www.afmc.nic.in; Seats: 135;Cut-off: Entrance testArmy Institute of Law (Estd: 1999); Sec-68, Mohali-62; Tel: 0172-5039280/509536-38; Website: www.armyinstituteoflaw.org; Seats: 80; Cut-off: Entrance testAsutosh College (Estd: 1916); 92, S.P. Mukherjee Road, Kolkata-26; Tel: 033-24554504; Website: www.asutoshcollege. org; Seats: 800 in Arts, 1,200 in Science; Cut-off: 65 per cent in Science, 60 per cent in ArtsAurora’s Degree College (Estd: 1989) Chikkadpally, Hyderabad-20; Tel: 040-27662668; Website: www.aurora.edu.inAwadh Girls Degree College, University of Lucknow (Estd: 1958); No. 20-A, Vikram Adiyta Marg, Lucknow-01; Tel: 0522-2236291/2229470/ 3261084; Seats: 231 in Arts; Cut-off: 45 per cent in ArtsA.V. College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Estd: 1968); Gagan Mahal, Hyderabad-13;Tel: 040-23223159/27637751; Seats: 83 in Arts, 220 in Science, 340 in CommerceAvanthi Degree and P.G. College (Estd: 1992); 3-4-875/A/1, Barkatpura Bus Depot Road, Hyderabad-27; Tel: 040-66414448; Website: www.avanthicollege.ac.in; Seats: 456 in Science; Cut-off: 65 per centadvertisementBB.D. Arts College (Estd: 1956); City Campus, Opp. Vinubhai Tower, Lal Darwaja,, Ahmedabad-01; Tel: 079-22147181 Website: http://www.bdartscollege.orgB.M. College of Commerce, (Estd: 1943); 845, Shivajinagar, Pune-04; Tel: 020-25654943/ 25650183/25676254; Website: www.bmcc.ac.inBadruka College of Commerce (Estd: 1950); Station Road, Kachiguda, Hyderabad-27; Tel: 040-24650597/24741610/ 24732832; Website: www.badruka.comBangabasi College (Estd: 1896); 19, Rajkumar Chakraborty Sarani, Kolkata-09; Tel: 033-23605995; Website: www.bangabasi.orgBangalore Medical College (Estd: 1955); IMA Circle, K.R. Road, Fort, Bangalore-02; Tel: 080-26704342; Website: www.bangaloremedicalcollege.org; Seats: 150, Cut off: Entrance testBangalore University for Legal Studies (Estd: 1993); R.V. Road, Basavanagudi, Bangalore-04; Tel: 080-26561072; Website: www.bhshes.org/bils; Seats: 60; Cut-off: 60 per centBarrackpore Rastraguru Surendranath College (Estd: 1953); 6, RiverSide Road & 85 Middle Road, Barrackpore, Kolkata-20; Tel: 033-25920603/8855/25945270; Website: www.brsnc.comBethune College (Estd: 1879); 181, Bidhan Sarani, Beadon Street, Sovebazar, Kolkata-06; Tel: 033-22192097/22421731; Website: www.bethunecollege. ac.in; Seats: 185 in Science, 175 in Arts; Cut-off: 70 per cent for Science, 60 per cent for ArtsBharat Mata College (Estd: 1965), Thrikkakara, Kakkanad, Seaport Airport Road, Kochi-21; Tel: 0484-2425121; Website: www.bmc.ac.inBhavan’s New Science College (Estd: 1956); Door No: 3-5-116 to 121, Near Old MLA Quarters, Opposite to Shalimar Function Hall, Narayanaguda, Hyderabad-29; Tel: 040: 247548112/24750150; Website: www.newsciencecollege.orgBhavan’s College (Estd: 1953); Near Andheri Sports Club, Andheri West, Mumbai-49;Tel: 022-26256451/2; Website: www.bhavans.info; Seats: 459 in Science; Cut-off: 65 per centBhawani Niketan Degree College (Estd: 1990); Sikar Road, Jaipur-12; Tel: 0141-2339753Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences (Estd: 1964); Vidya Vihar, Pilani-31, Tel: 0159-6242013/211, Website: www.bits-pilani.ac.in, Seats: 2,120 Cut-off: Entrance testBMS College of Engineering (Estd: 1946); Bull Temple Road, Bangalore-19 Website: www.bmsce.in; Tel: 080-26622130-35B.M. College of Commerce (Estd: 1943); Agarkar Road, Deccan Gymkhana, Shivaji Nagar, Pune-04 Tel: 020-25654943/ 25650183/25676254 Website: www.bmcc. ac.inCC.U. Shah Science College (Estd: 1965); Near Gujarat Vidyapeeth, Ashram Road,Ahmedabad-14; Website: www.cushahsciencecollege.org; Tel: 079-27642987Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Medical University (Estd: 1911); Chowk, Lucknow-03, Tel: 0522-2257540; Website: www.kgmcindia.com; Seats: 185; Cut-off: Entrance testChrist College (Estd: 1969); Hossur Road, Bangalore-29; Tel: 080-40129301/40129012/40129100; Website: www.christ-college.edu ; Seats: 550 in Arts, 1,050 in Science; Cut-off: 65 per cent for Arts, 80 per cent for ScienceChristian Medical College, Vellore (Estd: 1942); Vellore-04, Tamil Nadu; Tel: 0416-2284202; Website: www.cmc-vellore.edu; Seats: 60; Cut-off: Entrance testChristian Medical College, Ludhiana (Estd: 1894); Brown Road, Ludhiana-08; Tel: 0161-50105819/2610856/2601919; Website: www.cmcludhiana.org; Seats: 50; Cut-off: Entrance testCity College of Commerce & Business Administration (Estd: 1939); 13, Surya Sen Street, Kolkata-12; Tel: 033-22196281/25588343DDAV College (Estd: 1958); Sector-10, Chandigarh-11; Tel: 0172-2743980/2741708;Website: www.davchd.com; Seats: 225 in Science, 569 in Science; Cut-off: 70 per cent for Commerce, 70 per cent for ScienceDAV Degree College (Estd: 1956); Pt. Ras Bihari Tiwari Marg, Lucknow-04; Website: www.davpglu.co.cc; Tel: 0522-3253109; Seats: 329 in ScienceD.G. Ruparel College (Estd: 1952); Senapati Bapat Marg, Opp. Matunga Railway Station, Mahim, Mumbai-16; Tel: 022-24376971, Website: www.ruparel.edu; Seats: 480 in Science, 240 in Arts; Cut-off: 45 per cent for Science, 60 per cent for ArtsD.G. Vaishnav College (Estd: 1964); 833, Gokul Bagh, E. V. R. Priyar Salai, Arumbakkam, Chennai-06; Tel: 044-24756655/24754349/24753008; Website: www.dgvaishnavcollege.com; Seats: 400 in Science, 210 in Arts; Cut-off: 90 per cent for Science, 60 per cent for ArtsadvertisementDelhi College of Arts and Commerce, (Estd: 1987); Netaji Nagar, Delhi-23; Tel: 011-24109821, 26116333 Website: www.dcac.du.ac.in; Seats: 194 in CommerceDelhi Technical University (Estd: 1941); Bawana Road, Near Sector 7, Shahbad Daulatpur, Delhi-42; Tel: 011-27871018/42/23; Website: www.dce.ac.in; Seats: 910; Cut-off: Entrance testDeshbandhu College (Estd: 1952); Kalkaji, Delhi-19; Tel: 26439565; Website: www.deshbandhucollege.ac.in; Seats: 567 in ScienceDinabandhu Andrews College (Estd: 1956); 54, Raja S. C. Mallick Road, Baishnabghata, Kolkata-84; Tel: 033-24304377; Website: www.dacollege.orgE Elphinstone College (Estd: 1856); 156 M.G. Road, Fort, Mumbai-32; Tel: 022-22843797; Website:www.elphinstonecollege.ac.in; Seats: 180 in Science, 140 in Arts, 480 in Commerce;Cut-off: 72 per cent for Science, 70 per cent for Arts, 80 per cent in CommerceEthiraj College for Women (Estd: 1948); No. 70, Ethiraj Salai, Egmore, Chennai-08; Tel: 044-28279189; Website: www.ethirajcollege.org; Seats: 211 in Arts, 477 in Science, 416 in Commerce FFaculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University (Estd: 1891); Quila Road, Aligarh-02; Tel: 0571-2720575/2902127; Website: www.amu.ac.in; Seats: 100 , Cut-off: Entrance testFaculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University (Estd: 1916); Varanasi-05; Tel: 0542-2369018/2575821; Website: www.bhu.ac.in; Cut-off: Entrance TestFaculty of Law, Rohtak University, (Estd: 1978); Rohtak-01; Tel: 01262-272436; Website: www.mdurohtak.com; Seats: 320; Cut-off: Entrance TestFaculty of Law, University of Delhi (Estd: 1924); Chhatra Marg, University of Delhi; Delhi-07, Tel: 011-27940296/ 27667483; Website: www.du.ac.in; Seats: 2,100; Cut-off: Entrance TestFaculty of Law, University of Kolkata (Estd: 1909); 51/1 Hazara Road, Ballygaunge Phari, Kolkata-19; Tel: 033-61462836/ 24614712; Website: www.calcutta univ.net.in; Seats: 100; Cut-off: Entrance TestFaculty of Law, University of Mumbai, (Estd: 1857); M.G. Road, Fort, Mumbai-32; Tel: 022-22652819/2825;Website: www.mu.ac.inFaculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia University (Estd: 1989); Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-25; Tel: 011-26981717/ 3946; Website: www.jmi.nic.ac; Seats: 80; Cut-off: Entrance TestFergusson College (Estd: 1885); F.C. Road, Deccan Gymkhana, Pune-04; Tel: 020-25654212/25663336/25675960; Website: wwww.fergusson.eduSeats: 475 in Arts, 884 in Science; Cut-off: 79 per cent for Arts, 64 per cent for ScienceGGargi College (Estd: 1967); Siri Fort Road, New Delhi-49; Tel: 011-26494544/ 26963409/26491490; Website: www.gargicollege.in; Seats: 460 in Arts, 342 in Science, 253 in Commerce;Cut-off: 70 per cent in Arts, 92 per cent in CommerceGoenka College of Commerce and Business Administration (Estd: 1905); 210 B.B. Ganguly Street, Bowbazar, Kolkata-12;Tel: 033-22412216/22192056;Website: www.gccbakol.org; Seats: 420; Cut-off: 88 per centGokhale Memorial Girls’ College (Estd: 1938); 1/1, Harish Mukherjee Road; Kolkata-20; Tel: 033-22238287; Website: www.gokhalecollege kolkata.com; Seats: 191 in ArtsGovernment College for Boys (Estd: 1953); Sector-11, Chandigarh-11; Tel: 0172-2747393; Website: www.gc11.comGovernment College for Girls (Estd: 1956); Sector-11, Chandigarh-11; Tel: 0172-2740614/2580386; Website: www.gcg.org; Seats: 867 in Arts, 288 in Science, 289 in Commerce; Cut-off: 50 per cent for Arts, 65 per cent for Science, 75 per cent for CommerceGovernment Medical College, (Estd: 1950); Thiruvananthapuram-11 ;Tel: 0471-2444270;Website: www.govtmedicalcollegetvm.netGrant Medical College, (Estd: 1845); J.J. Road, Byculla, Mumbai-08; Tel: 022-23735555;Website: www.grantmedicalcollege-jjhospital.org; Seats: 200; Cut-off: Entrance TestGujarat Arts and Science College (Estd: 1869); Opposite Hotel Kanak, Ellisbridge, Ahmedabad-06; Tel: 079-26477295; Website: www.gacc.inadvertisementGujarat National Law University, (Estd: 2004); E-4, GIDC Electronics Estate, Sector-26, Gandhinagar-28; Tel: 079-23287157/58; Website: http://www.gnlu.ac.in; Seats: 160; Cut-off: Entrance TestGuru Guru Govind Singh College for Women (Estd: 1973); Sector-26, Chandigarh-26; Tel: 0172-2792757/2791610; Website: www.ggscw.orgGuru Nanak College (Estd: 1971); Velachery H Road, Guindy, Chennai-42; Tel: 044-22451746; Website: www.gurunanakcollege.inHH.A. College of Commerce (Estd: 1956); Ellisbridge, Opp. Law Garden, Ahmedabad-06; Tel: 079-26445459/ 26740481/ 9879025135; Website: www.hacollege.com; Seats: 600; Cut-off: 75 per centH.K. Arts College (Estd: 1955); Ashram Road, Ahmedabad-09; Tel: 079-26585429; Website: www.hkartscollege.in; Seats: 760; Cut-off: 65 per centH.K. Commerce College (Estd: 1968); Ashram Road, Ahmedabad-09; Tel: 079-26585429, 26589961, 65439212; Seats: 834; Cut-off: 53 per centH.R. College of Commerce and Economics (Estd: 1960), 123, Dinshaw Wachha Road, Churchgate, Mumbai-20; Tel: 022- 22876115/ 22042195/22021329; Website:www.hrcollege.edu; Seats: 960; Cut-off: 77 per centH.V. Desai College of Arts, Commerce And Science, 596, Bhudhwar Peth, Desai Brother’s, Vidyabhavan, Pune-02Hansraj College (Estd: 1948); Mahatma Hans Raj College Marg, Malka Ganj, Delhi-07; Tel: 011-27667458/27667464/ 27667747; Website: www.hansraj college.com; Seats: 403 in Arts, 656 in Science, 208 in Commerce; Cut-off: 94.5 per cent for Arts, 94.5 per cent for Commerce, 94.25 per cent for ScienceHazarimal Somani College of Arts & Science (Estd: 1938); 23/49, Kulapati, K.M. Munshi Marg, Mumbai-07; Tel: 022-23631261/ 23630265/ 23634462; Website: www.bhavans.infoHeramba Chandra College (Day) (Estd: 1961); 23/49, Gariahat Road, Kolkata-19; Tel: 033-24612689; Website: www.herambachandraadmissions.comHidayatullah National Law University (Estd: 2003); Village-Uparwara, Teh-Abhanpur, New Raipur-61; Tel: 0771-3057603/04; Website: www.hnlu.ac.in; Seats: 90; Cut-off: clat examHindu College (Estd: 1899); University Enclave, North Campus, Delhi-06; Tel: 011-27666718; Website: www.hinducollege.org; Seats: 341 in Arts, 83 in Commerce, 515 in Science; Cut-off: 91 per cent for Arts, 94 per cent for Commerce, 91 per cent for ScienceH.L. Institute of Commerce (Estd: 1936) H.L. College campus, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad-09; Tel: 079-24262820/ 25326050; Website: www.hlinstitute.org;Seats: 520; Cut off: 78 per centIILS Law College (Estd: 1924), Law College Road, Chiplunkar Road, Pune-04, Tel: 020- 25652402/25656775/25652366; Website: www.ilslaw.edu.Indian Institute of Information Technology (Estd: 1999), Deoghat, Jhalwa, Allahabad-12, Tel: 0532-2922000, Website: www.iiita.ac.inIndian Institute of Management and Commerce (Estd: 1973), Khairatabad, Hyderabad-04, Tel: 040-23237902/23231542, Website: www.iimchyderabad.com Seats: 280; Cut off: 76 per centIndian Institute of Technology Bombay (Estd: 1958); A.S. Marg, Powai, Mumbai-76; Tel: 022- 25722545/25767025; Website: www.iitb.ac.in; Seats: 1,886; Cut-off: Entrance testIndian Institute of Technology Delhi (Estd: 1963); Hauz Khas, New Delhi-16; Tel: 011- 26591770/1791; Website: www.iitd.ac.in; Seats: 677; Cut-off: Entrance testIndian Institute of Technology Guwahati (Estd: 1994); Amingaon, North Guwahati, Guwahati-39; Tel: 0361- 2582006/2583000/09864033979; Website: www.iitg.ernet.in; Seats: 469; Cut-off: Entrance testIndian Institute of Technology Kanpur (Estd: 1959); Nankari, Kanpur-16; Tel: 0512- 2597578/7678/7385; Website: www.iitk.ac.in; Seats: 781; Cut-off: Entrance testIndian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (Estd: 1951); Kharagpur- 02; Tel: 03222- 255303/282232; Website: www.iitkgp.ac.in; Seats: 1,000; Cut-off: Entrance testIndian Institute of Technology Madras (Estd: 1959); 44/A, G S T Road, Guindy, Chennai-36; Tel: 044- 22578131/8030/8060; Website: www.iitc.ac.in; Seats: 800; Cut-off: Entrance testIndian Institute of Technology Roorkee (Estd: 1847); Roorkee-67, Tel: 01332-285714/270/ 209/907; Website: www.iitr.ac.in; Seats: 906; Cut-off: Entrance testIndian School of Mines (Estd: 1926); Dhanbad-04; Tel: 0326-2296559/2296560/ 2296561/2296562; Website: www.ismdhanbad.ac.inSeats: 687; Cut-off: Entrance testIndraprastha College for Women (Estd: 1924); 31, Shyam Nath Marg, Delhi-54; Tel: 011- 23953697/ 23962009/ 23974893; Website: www.ipcollege.com; Seats: 760Institute of Medical Sciences (Estd: 1960); Varanasi-05 Tel: 0542-2367568/2369341/ 22367406; Website: www.bhu.ac.in; Cut-off: Entrance testInstitute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research (Estd: 1957); 244 A, AJC Bose Road, Kolkata-20; Tel: 033-22235181/22041101 Website: www.ipgmer.gov.in Seats: 100 Cut-off: Entrance testInstitute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University (Estd: 1919); Varanasi-05; Tel: 0542-6702024; Website: www.itbhu.ac.in; Cut-off: Entrance testInternational College for Girls (Estd: 1995), Gurukul Marg, S.F.S., Mansarovar, Jaipur-20;Tel: 0141-2400160/ 2400161; Website: www.iisjaipur.org. icg.html, Seats: 240 in Arts, 400 in Science, 600 in Commerce; Cut-off: 65 per cent in Arts, 65 per cent in Commerce, 65 per cent in ScienceInternational Institute of Information Technology (Estd: 1998), Gachibowli, Hyderabad-32; Tel: 040-23001967/69/ 66531000; Website: www.iiit.ac.in; Seats: 179, Cut-off: Entrance testIsabella Thoburn College (Estd: 1886); 7 Faizabad Road, Vivekanandapuri, Nirala NagarLucknow-07; Tel: 0522-2321107/2385793; Website: www.itcollege.ac.in; Seats: 459 in Arts, 499 in Science; Cut off: Entrance test for ScienceJJ.G. College of Commerce Asia Campus, Drive-In Road, Ahmedabad-54Tel: 079-26856448/26859986Jai Hind College (Estd: 1948); ‘A’ Road, Churchgate, Mumbai-20; Tel: 022-22040256/ 22819504; Website:www.jaihindcollege.com; Seats: 257 in Arts, 177 in Science, 460 in Commerce; Cut-off: 60 per cent for Arts, 80 per cent for CommerceJai Narain Degree College (Estd: 1946); Station Road, Lucknow; Tel: 0522-2635563 Website: www.jnpg.org Seats: 766; Cut off: Entrance testJawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (Estd: 1956); Dhanvantri Nagar, Puducherry-06, Tel: 0413- 2272901; Website: www.jipmer.edu.inJesus & Mary College (Estd: 1968); Chanakyapuri, New Delhi-21; Tel: 011-26881945/ 26110041/ 26875400; Website:www.jmcdelhi.com; Seats: 592 in Arts, 164 in Commerce; Cut-off: 92.25 per cent CommerceJogamaya Devi College (Estd: 1932); 92, S. P. Mukherjee Road, Kolkata-26; Tel: 033-64596218/19; Website: www.jogamayadevicollege.orgJyoti Nivas College (Estd: 1966); Koramangala Industrial Area, Bangalore-95 Tel: 080-25533886/ 25530137/25533886; Website: www.jyotinivas.org; Seats: 240 in Arts, 350 in Commerce; Cut-off: 55 per cent for Arts, 78 per cent for CommerceKKanoria PG Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Estd: 1965); J.L.N. Marg, Bapu Nagar, Jaipur-04; Tel: 0141- 2706672 Website: www.kanoria college.org; Cut off: 60 per cent in ScienceKasturba Medical College (Estd: 1953); Madhavnagar, Manipal Post, Manipal-04; Tel: 0820- 2922367/2571114;Website: www.manipal.edu Seats: 250; Cut-off: Entrance testKasturba Gandhi Degree & PG College for Women (Estd: 1973); West Marredpally, Secunderabad, Hyderabad-26; Tel: 040-27802416/27707455; Website: www.kasturbagandhicollege.comKelkar Education Trust’s Vinayak Ganesh Vaze College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Estd: 1884); Mithaghar Road, Mulund, Mumbai-81; Tel:022-21631421; Website: www.vazecollege.net Seats: 120 in Science; Cut-off: 68 per cent for ScienceKerala Law Academy Law College, (Estd: 1967); Thiruvananthapuram-34; Tel:0471-306422/305931; Website: www.keralauniversity.edu Seats: 80; Cut off: Entrance testKirori Mal College (Estd: 1954) North Campus, Delhi-07; Tel: 011-27667861; Website: www.kmcollege.comKishinchand Chellaram College of Arts, Commerce and Science Dinshaw Wachha Road, Churchgate, Mumbai-20;;Tel: 022-2855726; Website: www.kccollege.org.inK.J. Somaiya College of Arts, Science & Commerce (Estd: 1956), Vidyanagar, Vidyavihar, Mumbai-77; Tel: 022- 25118650/ 25115915; Website: www.somaiya.edu; Seats: 340 in Arts, 477 in Commerce, 528 in Science; Cut-off: 55 per cent for Arts, 77 per cent for Commerce, 60 per cent for ScienceK.K. Shah Jarodwala Maninagar Science College (Estd: 1975); Ramnagh, Maninagar, Ahmedabad-51; Tel: 079-25462060; Seats: 551KPB Hinduja College of Commerce and Economics (Estd: 1974), 315, New Charni Road, Mumbai-04; Tel: 022- 23889408/2413704;Website: www.hinduja college.com; Seats: 1,451Cut-off: 87 per centKristu Jayanti College (Estd: 1999); K. Narayanapura, Kothanur, Bangalore-77 Tel: 080-28465611/28465353/ 28465770; Website: www.kristujayanti.comLLady Brabourne College (Estd: 1939); Park Circus, Kolkata-17; Tel: 030-22897720/22842071; Website: www.ladybrabourne. com; Seats: 285 in Arts, 240 in ScienceLady Hardinge Medical College (Estd: 1916), Saheed Bhagat Singh Marg, New Delhi-01; Tel: 011-23343984; Website: www.mohfw.nic.in; Seats: 150; Cut-off: Entrance testLady Shri Ram College for Women (Estd: 1956); Lajpat Nagar-IV, New Delhi-24; Tel: 011- 26434459/26460400; Website: www.lsrcollege.org; Seats: 684 in Arts, 57 in Commerce; Cut-off: 95.5 per cent for Arts, 95.25 per cent for CommerceL.D. Arts College (Estd: 1937); Amrutlal Hargovandas Campus, Commerce Six Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad-09; Tel: 079-26302260/26306619; Website: www.ldarts.org Seats: 520; Cut off: 65 per centL.J. College of Commerce (Estd: 1937); Opposite Vastrapur Octroi Naka, Mahavir Society Satellite Area, Ahmedabad-15; Tel: 079-26742878Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College (Estd: 1964); Sion, Mumbai-22; Tel:022-4076381; Website: www.ltmmc.orgLoyola College (Estd: 1925); Sterling Road, Nungam-bakkam, Chennai-34; Tel: 044-28178300/8200; Website: www.loyolacollege.edu; Seats: 965 in Arts, 1,306 in Science, 726 in Commerce; Cut-off: 60 per cent for Arts, 70 for science, 85 for CommerceLoyola Academy Degree & P.G. College (Estd: 1976); Old Alwal, Secunderabad, Hyderabad-10; Tel: 040-27862363/27872367; Website: www.loyola academy.edu; Seats: 123 in Arts, 157 in Commerce, 355 in Science; Cut-off: 65 per cent for Arts, Science and CommerceLucknow Christian Degree College (Estd: 1888), Gola Ganj, Lucknow-18; Tel: 0522-2626958; Website: www.lcdc.edu.in; Seats: 594; Cut off: Entrance testMMadras Christian College (Estd: 1837); Thambaram East, Chennai-59; Tel: 044-23390675/22395741; Website: www.mcc.edu.in; Seats: 589 in Arts, 280 in Commerce, 657 in Science; Cut-off: 45 per cent for Arts, 60 per cent for Commerce, 55 per cent for ScienceMadras Medical College (Estd: 1835), Periyar Evr Salai, Park Town, Chennai-03; Tel: 044-25305238; Website: www.mmc.tn.gov.in; Seats: 165 Cut-off: Entrance testMaharaja’s College (Estd: 1875), Park Avenue, Near Govt. Hospital, Kochi-11; Tel: 0484- 2352838/ 2363038; Website: www.maharajascollege.com; Seats: 427 in Arts, 230 in Science; Cut-off: 65 per cent for Arts, 70 per cent for ScienceMaharani Arts College (Estd: 1949), Sheshadri Road, Bangalore-01; Tel: 080-22257792/9845303555; Seats: 525 in Arts; Cut-off: 50 per centMahila Vidyalaya Degree College (Estd: 1939); Ganga Prasad Marg, Lucknow-18; Tel: 0522-2624534; Website: www.mahilavidyalaya.comMaulana Azad College (Estd:1960); 8, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Road, Kolkata-13; Tel: 033-22443737/22982734; Website: www.maulanaazadcollege.org; Seats: 650 in Arts; Cut-off: 85 per cent for ArtsMaulana Azad Medical College (Estd: 1959); Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi-02; Tel: 011- 23231478/26863889; Website: www.mamc.ac.in; Seats: 220 Cut-off: Entrance testMedical College and Hospital (Estd: 1835); 88, College Street, Kolkata-73; Tel: 033-22413929; Website: www.medicalcollege kolkata.org; Seats: 155;Cut-off: Entrance testMeenakshi College for Women (Estd: 1975); 363, Arcot Road, Kodambakkam, Chennai-24; Tel: 044-24725466/ 24832507; Website: www.meenakshicollege.com; Seats: 432 in ScienceMehr Chand Mahajan DAV College for Women (Estd: 1968); Sector-36 A, Chandigarh-36; Tel: 0712-2624921/2603355 Website: www.mcmdavcw-chd.edu; Seats: 545 in Arts, 235 in Commerce, 254 in Science; Cut-off: 75 per cent for Arts, 97.8 per cent for Commerce, 60 per cent for ScienceMES College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Estd: 1956); 15th Cross, Malleswaram, Bangalore-03; Tel: 080-23347045/23341225; Website: www.mesinstitutions.orgM.G. Science Institute (Estd: 1946); Sector-29, Gandhinagar, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad-29; Tel: 079-23234365/26300242; Website: www.mgscience.ac.inMiranda House (Estd: 1948), Patel Chest Marg, University of Delhi, Delhi-07; Tel: 011-27667367/27666983; Website: www.mirandahouse.ac.inSeats: 578 in Arts, 382 in Science; Cut-off: 90 per cent for Arts, 88 per cent for ScienceMithibai College (Estd: 1961); Vile Parle (W), Mumbai-56;Tel: 022-26184354; Website: www.mithibai.svkm; ac.in, Seats: 400 in Arts, 450 in Science, 960 in Commerce; Cut-off: 62 per cent for Arts, 60 per cent for Science, 86 per cent for CommerceMLA First Grade College for Women, 14th Cross Road, Malleswaram, Bangalore-03; Tel: 080-23340644MOP Vaishnav College for Women (Estd: 1992), 20, IV Lane, Nungambakkam Highroad, Chennai-34, Tel: 044-23745865/24074839, Website: www.mop-vaishnav.ac.in, Seats: 130 in Arts, 350 in Commerce Cut off: 75 per cent in CommerceMotilal Nehru Institute of Technology (Estd: 1961); Teliarganj, Allahabad-Lucknow Road, Allahabad-04; Tel: 0532-2271152/720/101; Website: www.mnnit.ac.in; Seats: 670; Cut-off: Entrance testMount Carmel College (Estd: 1948), No 58, Palace Road, Vasanth Nagar, Bangalore-52; Tel: 080-22261759; Website: www.mountcarmelcollegeblr.co.in; Seats: 350 in Arts, 500 in Commerce, Cut-off: 77 per cent for Arts, 88 per cent for CommerceM.S. Ramaiah Junior and Degree College (Estd: 1962); MSRIT Post, MSR Nagar, Bangalore-54; Tel: 080-3600966/ 3446935; Website: www.msrcasc.org; Seats: 80Cut-off: 60 per centM.S. Ramaiah Medical College (Estd: 1979); MSRIT Post, MSR Nagar, Bangalore-54; Tel: 080-23605190/ 1852/ 23346228; Website: www.msrmc.ac.in, Seats: 150; Cut-off: Entrance testMulund College of Commerce (Estd: 1970); S.N. Road, Mulund, Mumbai-80; Tel: 022-21637400; Website: www.mccmulund.com; Seats: 600; Cut-off: 84.8 per centNNarsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics (Estd: 1964); Vile Parle (W), Mumbai-56; Tel: 022- 26143157/6681; Website: www.nmcce.svkm.ac.in Seats: 960; Cut-off: 93 per centNational Academy of Legal Studies and Research University (Estd: 1998); Justice City, Shameerpet, R.R. District, Hyderabad-78; Tel: 040-23498104/15; Website: www.nalsar.ac.in; Seats: 80; Cut-off: clat examNational College, Basavangudi (Estd: 1945); Vani Vilas Road, Basavangudi, Bangalore-04; Tel: 080- 26601927, 26674441; Website: www.nationalcollegebasavanagudi.org; Seats: 100 in Arts; Cut-off: 65 per cent for ArtsNational College, Jayanagar (Estd: 1945), Jayanagar, 36th Cross, 2nd Main, 7th Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore-560082; Tel: 080-26549684; Seats: 250 in Science; Cut-off: 50 per centNational P.G. College Mainpuri, Lucknow; Tel: 0522-2618312National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra (Estd: 1962); Kurukshetra-19; Tel: 01744-233100/200; Website: www.nitkkr.ac.inNational Institute of Technology, Surathkal (Estd: 1960); Srinivasanagar, Surathkal, Mangalore-25; Tel: 0824-2474034/036; Website: www.nitk.ac.in; Seats: 666; Cut-off: Entrance testNational Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli (Estd: 1964), Trihy, Duvakudi, Tiruchirapalli-15; Tel: 0431-2500177/370; Website: www.nitt.edu; Seats: 893; Cut-off: Entrance testNational Institute of Technology, Warangal (Estd: 1959); NIT Campus, Warangal-04; Tel: 0870-2459117/ 2468000/2462000; Website: www.nitw.ac.in; Seats: 805;Cut-off: Entrance testNational Law Institute University, Bhopal (Estd: 1998), Kerwa Dam Road, Bhopal-44; Tel: 0755- 2696717; Website: www.nliu.com; Seats: 82, Cut-off: clat examNational Law Institute University, Jodhpur (Estd: 2001); Pali Road, Jodhpur-04; Tel: 0291- 2577530/2551460/ 9829027701; Website: www.nlujodhpur.ac.in; Seats: 100; Cut-off: clat examNational Law School of India University (Estd: 1987); Nagarbhavi, Bangalore-72; Tel: 080- 23160532/33/ 23492646; Website: www.nls. ac.in; Seats: 80; Cut-off: clatNational P. G. College (Estd: 1974) 2, Rana Pratap Marg, Hazratganj, Lucknow-01 Tel: 0522- 2618312, Website: www.npgclko.org Seats: 400 in Commerce Cut off: 78 per centNational University of Advanced Legal Studies (Estd: 2002), Kaloar, Kochi-17 Tel: 0484-2337363, Website: www.nuals.ac.in, Seats: 65Cut-off: clat examNavyug Kanya Degree College Rajendra Nagar, Lucknow-04, Tel: 0522-2693298 / 2389672Ness Wadia College of Commerce (Estd: 1969), 19, V.K. Joagpath, Opposite central excise office, Pune-01 Tel: 020-26167024/25440122 Website: www.nesswadiacc. com, Seats: 2,068; Cut-off: 70 per centNetaji Subhash Chandra Bose Mahila Government Degree College; Aliganj, Lucknow-10; Tel: 0522-2370006Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology (Estd: 1983); Azad Hind Fauj Marg, Sector 3, Dwarka Mor, New Delhi-73; Tel: 011-25099023-37; Website: www.nsit.ac.in; Seats: 500; Cut-off: Entrance testNirma Institute of Technology (Estd: 1995); Sarkhej-Gandhinagar Highway, Ahmedabad-81; Website: www.nirmauni.ac.in; Tel: 2717-241900-04/241911-15; Seats: 634; Cut-off: Entrance testNizam College (Estd: 1887); Basheerbagh, Hyderabad-01; Tel: 040-23234231/23234231; Website: www.osmania.ac.in; Seats: 220 in Arts, 316 in Science; Cut-off: 87 per cent for Arts, 97 per cent for ScienceNMKRV College for Women (Estd:1971); 3rd Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore-11; Tel: 080-6637042/6340116; Website: www.rsst-nmkrvcollege.netNowrosjee Wadia College (Estd: 1932); 19, Late Principal V. K. Joag Path, Pune-01; Tel: 020-26169000/26162944/ 26169108; Website: www. nowrosjeewadia.com; Seats: 1,000 in Arts, 480 in Science Cut off: 55 per cent for ArtsOOsmania Medical College (Estd: 1915); Kothi, Hyderabad-01; Tel: 040-24656992/ 27762108/24656992; Website: www.osmania.ac.in; Seats: 100; Cut-off: Entrance testPPragati Maha Vidyalaya (Estd: 1973); 4-3-148,Hanuman Tekdi, Kandaswamy Lane, Hyderabad-95, Tel: 040-47537684/753887 Website: www.pragatimahavidyalaya.orgPresidency College Chennai (Estd: 1840); Kamrajnagar Salai, Chennai-76; Tel: 044-28510732/28550834; Website: www.presidencychennai.com; Seats: 950 in Arts, 230 in Commerce, 337 in Science Cut-off: 72 per cent for Science, 80 per cent for CommercePresidency College, Kolkata (Estd: 1817); 86/1, College Street, Kolkata-73; Tel: 033-22412738/22411960; Website: www.presidency-college kolkata.ac.in; Seats: 250 in ArtsPSG College of Technology (Estd: 1951); Avanash Road, Peelamedu, Coimbatore-04; Tel: 0422-2573833/2572177/ 4344777; Website: www.psgtech.eduQQueen Mary’s College (Estd: 1914); Mylapore, Chennai-04; Tel: 28445910/28444995; Website: www.queenmarys.net; Seats: 628 in Science, 180 in Commerce; Cut-off: 55 per cent for Science, 90 per cent for CommerceRRaja Bahadur Venkata Rama Reddy Women’s College (Estd: 1954); 3-4-527, Narayanaguda, Hyderabad-27; Tel: 040-27564660, 27551026, 27564296; Website: www.rbvrrwomenscollege.netRajasthan College (Estd: 1957); College Campus; Jaipur-04; Tel: 0141-2710565Ramjas College (Estd: 1917); Maurice Nagar, University Enclave, University of Delhi, Delhi-07; Tel: 011-27667693/ 27667706/27667692; Website: www.ramjascollege.edu; Seats: 444 in Arts, 1,555 in Science, 162 in Commerce; Cut-off: 80 per cent for Arts, 85 per cent for Science, 94 per cent for CommerceRani Birla Girls College(Estd: 1961); 38, Shakespeare Sarani-19; Kolkata-17; Tel: 033-22875509; Website: www.rbgc.inR.A. odar College of Commerce and Economics(Estd: 1941); Matunga East, Mumbai-19; Tel: 022-24020439; Website: www.rapodar.ac.in; Seats: 840; Cut-off: 88 per centSSacred Heart College (Estd: 1944); Thevara Road, Kochi-13; Tel: 0484-2663813/ 2663002; Website: www.shcollege.ac.in; Seats: 140 in Arts, 140 in Commerce, 526 in Science; Cut-off: 90 per cent for Arts, 95 per cent for Commerce, 70 per cent for ScienceSardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology (Estd: 1961); Surat-07; Tel: 0261-2223371-74; Website: www.svnit.ac.in; Cut-off: Entrance testSarojini Naidu College for Women, Opp Post Office Lane, Street No 6 & 7, Chikkadpally, Hyderabad-20; Tel: 040-27662691/27651035School of Legal Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology (Estd: 1994); Kalamassery, Kochi; Tel: 0484-2575465; Website: sls.cusat.ac.in; Seats: 36; Cut-off: Entrance testScottish Church College (Estd: 1830); No.3, Urquahart Square, Kolkata-06; Tel: 033-235003862/ 23514528/23505207; Website: www.scottish church.ac.in; Seats: 305 in Arts, 405 in Science; Cut-off: 65 per cent for Arts, 80 per cent for ScienceSeshadripuram College (Estd: 1973); Sheshadripuram, Bangalore-20; Tel: 080-22955354/9972096553; Website: www.scpucbangalore.com; Seats: 400 in Commerce; Cut-off: 70 per centSeth Anandaram Jaipuria College (Estd: 1945); 10, Raja Nabakrishna Street; Kolkata-05; Tel: 033-23553647Seth G.S. Medical College (Estd: 1926); Parel, Mumbai-12; Tel: 022- 24136051; Website: www.gsm.edu; Seats: 180; Cut-off: Entrance testShia Degree College (Estd: 1922), Sitapur Road, Khadra, Lucknow-07; Tel:0522-2369331; Website: www.shiapgcollege.orgShri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College (Estd: 1990), 34, 1st Cross, J.C. Road, Bangalore-02; Tel: 080-43430105/ 43430100; Website: www.jaincollege.ac.in Seats: 120 in Arts 1,000 in Commerce; Cut-off: 62.5 per cent for Arts 75 per cent and CommerceShri Guru Gobind Singh College (Estd: 1966); Sector 26, Chandigarh-19; Tel: 0712-2792754/2790312; Website: www.sggscollege.ac.inShri Shikshayatan College (Estd: 1955); 11 Lord Sinha Road, Theatre Road, Kolkata-71; Tel: 033-22826033/ 22827296; Website: www.shrishikshayatancollege.com; Seats: 311 inArts, 538 in Commerce; Cut-off: 50 per cent for Arts, 88 per cent in CommerceShri Ram College of Commerce (Estd: 1926); Maurice Nagar, University Enclave, University of Delhi, Delhi-07; Tel: 011- 27667905/27666519; Website: www.srcc.edu; Seats: 583; Cut-off: 94.75 per centShri Sathya Sai College for Women (Estd: 1974); Sector 2, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur-04; Tel: 0141-2653792/ 2653730; Website: www.saicollege-jaipur.org; Seats: 50 in Arts; Cut-off: 48 per cent in ArtsShri Umiya Arts and Commerce College for Girls (Estd: 1955); Umiya Campus, Sarkhej-Gandhinagar highway, Sola, Ahmedabad-60; Tel: 079-27491011SIES College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Estd: 1960); Jain Society, Sion, West Mumbai-22; Tel: 022-24072729; Website: www.siesascs.net Seats: 352 in Science; Cut-off: 55 per cent for ScienceSir Parshurambhau College (Estd: 1916); Tilak Road, Lokmanya Nagar, Pune-30; Tel: 020-24332479 / 24331978/ 24336572/ /9881071213; Website: www.spcollegepune.org Seats: 373 in Arts; Cut-off: 60 per cent in ArtsSivanath Sastri College (Estd: 1961); 23/49 Gariahat Road, Golpark, Kolkata-29; Tel:033-24834869/24612689; Website:www.sivanathsastricollege.com; Seats: 450 in Commerce; Cut-off: 68 per centSophia College for Women (Estd: 1941), Bhulabhai Desai Road, Mumbai-26; Tel: 022-23512643/ 23512642/23523304; Website: www.sophiacollege-mumbai.com; Seats: 400 in Arts, 120 in ScienceSri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce (Estd: 1984); Pitampura, Delhi-34 Tel: 011-27321815; Website: www.sggscc.com; Seats: 381; Cut-off: 90.5 per centSri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute (Estd: 1985)’ Ramachandra Nagar, Porur, Chennai-16, Tel:044-24765512 Website: www.srmc.edu, Seats: 150, Cut-off: Entrance testSri Venkateswara College (Estd: 1961); Benito Jaurez Road, Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi-21; Tel: 011-24118590/ 24112196; Website: www.svcollege.net; Seats: 372 in Arts, 723 in Science, 179 in Commerce; Cut-off: 85 per cent in Arts, 91 per cent for Science, 93.5 per cent for CommerceS.S. Subodh Jain College (Estd: 1954), Ram Bagh Circle, Jaipur-04; Tel: 0141-2565989/2573287; Website: www.subodhpgcollege.com/institutions.htm; Seats: 1,152 in Commerce, 451 in Science; Cut-off: 70 per cent for Commerce, 60 per cent for ScienceSt. Albert’s College (Estd: 1946); Banerji Road, Ernakulam, Kochi-18; Tel: 0484- 2394225/2665184/ 2391245; Website: www.alberts.ac.in; Seats: 87 in Arts, 260 in Science, 60 in Commerce; Cut-off: 81 per cent for Arts, 73 per cent for Science, 91 per cent in CommerceSt.Ann’s Degree College for Women (Estd: 1983); Santoshnagar Colony, Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad-28; Tel: 040-23513020/7919; Website: www.stannscollegehyd.com; Seats: 128 in Arts, 49 in Science; Cut-off: 50 per cent for ArtsSt. Francis College for Women (Estd: 1959); St. No. 6, Uma Nagar, Begampet, Hyderabad-16; Tel: 040-23403200 / 23413611/ 23418308; Website: www. stfranciscollege.ac.in; Seats: 150 in Arts, 260 in Commerce; Cut-off: 70 per cent for Arts, 85 per cent for CommerceSt. John’s Medical College (Estd: 1963); Sarjapur Road, Koramangala, Bangalore-34; Tel: 0495-22065031/53; Website: www.stjohns.org.in; Seats: 60; Cut-off: Entrance testSt. Joseph’s College (Estd: 1882); 36, Lalbagh Road, Bangalore-27, Tel: 080-22211429/ 22274079; Website: www.sjc.ac.in; Seats: 270 in Arts, 375 in Commerce; Cut-off: 65 per cent for Arts, 70 per cent for CommerceSt. Joseph’s Degree & P.G. College (Estd: 1997); 5-9-1106, King Koti Road, Hyderabad-29; Tel: 040- 23234860/2323 1769; Website: www.josephspgcollege.ac.in; Seats: 400 in Commerce; Cut-off: 60 per cent in CommerceSt. Mira’s College for Girls (Estd: 1962 ); 6, Koregaon Road, Pune-01; Tel: 020-26126564/ 26124846; Website: www.miracollege. net; Seats: 187 in ArtsSt. Paul’s Cathedral Mission College (Estd: 1864); 33/1 Raja Rammohan Roy Sarani (formerly Amherst Street); Kolkata-09, Tel: 033-23503682; Website: www.stpaulscmcollege.orgSt. Stephen’s College (Estd: 1881); University Enclave, University of Delhi, Delhi-07; Tel: 011-47667462; Website: www.ststephens.edu; Seats: 230 in Arts, 220 in Science; Cut-off: 95 per cent for ScienceSt. Teresa’s College (Estd: 1925); Park Avenue Road, Ernakulam, Kochi-11; Tel: 0484-2352197/22620661/2351870; Website: www.teresas.ac.in; Seats: 347 in Arts, 64 in Commerce, 322 in Science; Cut-off: 70 per cent for Arts, 95 per cent for Commerce, 60 per cent for ScienceSt. Xavier’s College, Ahmedabad (Estd: 1955); Navrangpura, University Road, Ahmedabad-09; Tel: 079-26308057/ 26300836; Website: www.stxavierscollege.org; Seats: 280 in Arts, 381 in Science; Cut-off: 60 per cent for Arts, 44 per cent for ScienceSt. Xavier’s College, Kolkata (Estd: 1860); 30, Park Street, Kolkata-16, Tel: 033- 22877278/22801927/ 22551205; Website: www.sxccal.edu; Seats: 248 in Arts, 1,000 in Commerce, 452 in Science; Cut-off: 91 per cent for CommerceSt. Xavier’s College, Mumbai (Estd: 1869); 5, Mahapalika Marg, Mumbai-01; Tel: 022- 22620661/22620662;Website: www.xaviers.edu; Seats: 360 in Arts, 360 in Science; Cut-off: 89 per cent for Arts, 50 per cent for ScienceStani Memorial P. G. College, IIRM Campus,Tagore Marg, Agarwal Farm, Mansarovar, Jaipur; Tel: 0141-2397563, 2395402, 2397551, 2396648; Website: www.smc.ac.in; Seats: 102 in Science; Cut-off: 68 per cent for ScienceStanley Medical College (Estd: 1938); Old Jail Road, MINT, Near Artys College, Chennai-01; Tel: 044-25281351; Website: www.stanmed.net; Seats: 150; Cut-off: Entrance testStella Maris College (Estd: 1947); No.17; Cathedral Road Chennai-86; Tel: 044-28111987/951; Website: stellamariscollege.org; Seats: 337 in Arts, 402 in Science, 264 in Commerce; Cut-off: 60 per cent for Arts, 75 per cent for Science, 95 for commerceSymbiosis Society’s Law College, (Estd: 1977); Senapati Bapat Road, Pune-04; Tel: 020-25655114/3943; Website: www.symlaw.ac.in; Seats: 219; Cut-off: Entrance testSymbiosis Societys College of Arts & Commerce, (Estd: 1983); Senapati Bapat Road, Pune-04; Tel: 020-25653903/ 25430547/25657243; Website: www.symbosiscollege.org; Seats: 109 in Arts, 790 in Commerce; Cut-off: 50.17 for Arts, 86.8 for CommerceTTamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University (Estd: 1997); 5 P.S. Kumaraswami Raja Salai, Poompozhil, R.A. Puram, Chennai-04; Tel: 044-25340907/24641919; Website: www.tndalu.orgThapar University (formerly Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology) (Estd: 1956); Patiala-04, Tel: 0751-2393021; Website: www.thapar.edu; Seats: 720; Cut-off: Entrance testThe Cochin College (Estd: 1967); Kochi-02; Tel: 0484-2224954, Website: www.thecochincollege.orgThe Oxford College of Science (Estd: 1994); 40, 1st Phase, J.P. Nagar, Bangalore-78; Tel: 080-26552500-04/9341314101; Website: www.theoxford.eduThe W.B. National University of Juridical Sciences (Estd: 1999); 12 L.B. Block,Salt Lake, Kolkata-98; Tel: 033-23357379 Website: www.nujs.edu; Cut-off: clat examUUniversity College of Law, Bangalore University (Estd: 1948), Jnana Bharati Campus, Bangalore-56, Tel: 080-23392384/22961178, Website: www.bub.ernet.in, Seats: 92;Cut-off: 70 per centUniversity College of Law, Osmania University (Estd: 1960); Near O.U. Campus, O.U. Road, Oppal, Hyderabad-81; Tel: 040-27098928/ 27682368; Website: www.osmania.ac.inUniversity College of Medical Sciences and GTB Hospital (Estd: 1971), Dilshad Garden, Delhi-95; Tel: 011-22582106/ 2972/22357788; Website: www.ucms.ac.inSeats: 150; Cut-off: Entrance testVVellore Institute of Technology (Estd: 1984); Katpadi, Vellore-14; Tel: 0416- 2243100/091; Website: www.vit.ac.in; Seats: 2,568; Cut-off: Entrance testVivekananda College (Ramakrishna Mission ) (Estd: 1946); 70 & 72, P.S.Sivaswami Salai,Mylapore, Chennai-04; Tel: 044-24993057/ 24996134 Website: www.rkmvc.ac.in; Seats: 140 in Arts, 140 in Commerce; Cut-off: 90 per cent for Arts and CommerceWWilson College (Estd: 1829); Chowpatty Seaface Road, Mumbai-07; Tel: 022-23637663/42134343/301/302/308; Website: www.wilsoncollege. eduWomen’s Christian College (Estd: 1915); College Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai-06; Tel: 033-28275926/28222567 /28276798; Website: www.wcc.edu.in; Seats: 665 in Science, 268 in Arts, 194 in Commerce, Cut-off: 70 per cent for Science, 90 per cent for CommerceThe information may not be complete for all collegeslast_img read more