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Opinion  /  Published 23.07.22

The idea of Cambridge University in India

Home away from home Could there one day be a Cambridge University campus in India — possibly even Calcutta — where students could get a full-fledged degree without the expense of having t...
By Amit Roy

Science Tech  /  Published 04.07.22

Pit Roast

The real chicken mystery has nothing to do with whether the egg came first. Scientists would like to know when, where and how a bird of the jungle came together with human farmers to begin down the pa...
By James Gorman

News  /  Published 17.05.22

Indian teenagers win the International Competition for Young Debaters 2022

The Indian contingent won the competition for the third time, after wins in 2017 and 2021 ...
By Priyam Marik

News  /  Published 10.05.22

‘Need to address fears around nuclear plants’: Oxford physicist

India had taken giant strides in coming up with a road map on nuclear technology soon after Independence but could not make much progress because of the failure to address public concerns about its sa...
By Subhankar Chowdhury in Kolkata

Cricket  /  Published 09.03.22

MCC draws curtains on clash of legends

The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) is ending the annual Varsity match at Lord’s between Oxford and Cambridge universities, which began in 1827, because it feels that in today’s egalitarian age, suc...
By Amit Roy in London


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


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