London School Of Economics
World  /  Published 06.05.22

Britons cast their votes in local elections

Voters in Britain went to the polls in local government elections on Thursday where they are expected to punish Prime Minister Boris Johnson over a cost-of-living crisis and fines for breaking his own...
By Reuters in London

World  /  Published 11.04.22

British author Jack Higgins dead

British author Jack Higgins, who wrote The Eagle Has Landed and other bestselling thrillers and espionage novels, died on Saturday at his home on the English Channel island of Jersey. He was 92. Higg...
By AP/PTI in London

Sports  /  Published 15.10.20

Bhimani: a decent bloke and more

Kishore Bhimani was a decent bloke. He would pepper every fourth conversation with a reference to ‘Mick’ (Jagger, with whom he had studied at London School of Economics) and eyebrows woul...
By Mudar Patherya

Jharkhand  /  Published 14.11.18

Ranchi lab in Whatsapp push against fake news

Do you get provocative forwards on WhatsApp that make you angry at certain communities or political parties? Most likely, they are fake videos and messages created by vested interests to make you reac...
By Antara Bose in Jamshedpur

Opinion  /  Published 02.08.19

The hollowness of the new education policy

For the last couple of months, the country has been occupied in a discussion on the draft national education policy. Academics and academic institutions are worried about the impending spectre of havi...
By G.N. Devy

Education  /  Published 26.02.20

Learn to teach critical thinking

Donning the hat of a learner comes naturally to me because as a quizzer I am interested in new information. I would strongly recommend the PGCertHE (postgraduate certificate in higher education offere...
By Aryapriya Ganguly

India  /  Published 21.04.19

Amartya Chair in LSE

Amartya Sen, whose term as chancellor of Nalanda University was not renewed, is having a chair named after him at the London School of Economics.The LSE will shortly start interviewing candidates for ...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 18.02.19

A leader is an explainer-in-chief: Andres Velasco

Yet we have the US-China Trade War and different countries joining one camp or the other. I was drawing a distinction between what happens on the ground and what certain politicians like (Donald) Trum...
By Rishi Majumder in Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 18.05.19

Do the British care for Indian elections?

How much coverage of the Indian general elections has there been in the British press? The answer is provided in an amusing tweet from the Channel 4 news anchor, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, who has characte...
By Amit Roy


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