Delft University refuses to listen to PhD student dressed as pirate

Delft University refuses to listen to PhD student dressed as pirateStudents at work in Delft’s main library. Photo: Depositphotos.com

A student at Delft University who has been refused leave to defend his PhD thesis while dressed as a pirate has taken his case to the Netherlands Institute for Human Rights, the Volkskrant reported on Thursday.

Michael Afanasyev, a 38-year-old geohydrologist, claims he is a priest of

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Altior case shows some snippets demand immediate release to punters

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Revealing vital news concerning a Champion Chase favourite via a blog on a bookmaker’s website has again turned the spotlight on the relationship between trainers and the betting industry

For the second time in a week, a relationship between a trainer and a bookmaker was under scrutiny on Thursday after Nicky Henderson disclosed that Altior, the

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Govt Will Soon Seek Zakir Naik's Extradition From Malaysia: MEA

Govt Will Soon Seek Zakir Naik's Extradition From Malaysia: MEA

India will soon make a request to the Malaysian government for the extradition of Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) president and preacher Zakir Naik, the Ministry of External Affairs said on Friday.

"We seek the assistance of a foreign government in cases of extradition which requires a legal process internally first. We are nearing the

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Pakistan Not Weak To Allow India To Take PoK: Farooq Abdullah

Pakistan Not Weak To Allow India To Take PoK: Farooq Abdullah

His comments drew the ire of the BJP and a case was also filed against him in Bihar

SRINAGAR: After his "PoK belongs to Pakistan" remark last week, National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah today made another controversial statement saying Pakistan was "not weak to allow India to take that part of Jammu and Kashmir under its occupation".

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With Chabahar, Afghanistan Is No Longer Dependent On Pakistan: Abdullah

With Chabahar, Afghanistan Is No Longer Dependent On Pakistan: Abdullah

Afghanistan Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah

“Afghanistan used to rely only on one transit road, which was through Karachi. That is not the case anymore,” says Afghan Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah.

Afghanistan would no longer depend on Pakistan for transit trade with the opening of the strategic Chabahar Port, a top Afghan leader has said.

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