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Opinion  /  Published 26.01.22

Danger ahead: Superbugs

Public discourse as well as medical attention is currently focused on the coronavirus, and rightly so. With more than 350 million confirmed cases of infection and 5.5 million associated deaths globall...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 14.01.22

Letters to the Editor: Make bedtime stories more relevant

Not enough Sir — Literary classics may be a source of comfort, but they are no longer sufficient for shaping young minds. In a laudable move, the Oxford University Press is urging parents to r...

India  /  Published 30.09.21

Too scared to print in India

Oxford University Press (OUP) has decided not to print the Indian edition of To Kill A Democracy: India’s Passage to Despotism, the book’s authors have said. “OUP has handed over th...
By Anita Joshua in New Delhi

India  /  Published 22.09.21

‘Despotism’ book delay concern

The authors of a book titled To Kill A Democracy: India’s Passage to Despotism have gone public with their concerns over the delay on the part of Oxford University Press (OUP), India, in releasi...
By Anita Joshua in New Delhi

Books  /  Published 10.09.21

The outsider in the charmed circle

The story of Baru’s unputdownable book is my story too. To describe this book as “unputdownable” is to borrow the original description of this newspaper when it was launched by one o...
By K.P. Nayar


World  /  Published 06.09.21

Dad rescue sets scholar on mission

Five days after the Taliban captured Kabul, Summia Tora began to fear that her father would never get out of Afghanistan.  She had been up almost round-the-clock, working every angle to get him ...
By Mark Landler in Oxford, England

World  /  Published 29.06.21

3rd Astra jab boosts immunity

Scientists at Oxford University have revealed the results of trials which show that people who have had two doses of the AztraZeneca vaccine have their immunity against Covid greatly enhanced if they ...
By Amit Roy in London

Opinion  /  Published 17.06.21

Act now

Sir — June 15 marked a year since the clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers at Galwan Valley in which 20 Indian armed forces personnel lost their lives (“Sombre year”, June 16). ...
By The Telegraph

World  /  Published 11.06.21

Oxford ‘civil war’ over Rhodes statue

Britain’s increasingly vicious culture wars have taken an unusual twist with some 150 academics at Oxford University signing a petition which warns that they will boycott undergraduates at Oriel...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 30.01.21

EU approves Astra-Oxford vaccine

Europe’s medicine regulator on Friday approved the AstraZeneca and Oxford University’s Covid-19 vaccine for people over the age of 18, the third vaccine to be cleared for use in the EU. &...
By Reuters in London


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