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Aug 18, 2017
Malala Yousafzai, youngest-ever Nobel laureate, to study at Oxford UniversityNotable alumni of PPE at Oxford University include former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, someone Malala describes as her heroine. PPE is also one of the prestigious university's most over-subscribed courses
Jul 05, 2017
Shah Rukh Khan to deliver lecture at Oxford after enthralling students at Yale, EdinburghSuperstar Shah Rukh Khan will soon be seen and heard in Oxford University interacting with students. He has reportedly accepted an invitation from the coveted university to deliver a speech.
May 21, 2017
Artificial Intelligence can now use a person's image and audio to create fake videosOxford University Scientists have developed a new artificial intelligence system; the system uses a person's image and audio clip to create fake videos of the person.
Mar 06, 2017
UK: Sexual harassment by staff at 'epidemic' levels at varsities; Oxford tops listSexual harassment, gender-based misconduct and violence perpetrated by university staff in the UK has hit "epidemic" levels, according to a media report.
Jan 22, 2017
Oxford University faces trial over Indian student's bad teaching lawsuitOxford University has been directed to face trial after an Indian-origin student sued the varsity for "hopelessly bad" and "boring" teaching which allegedly resulted in him getting a second class degree and in turn led to loss of earnings in his career as a lawyer.
Jan 10, 2017
AIDS virus almost half a billion years old: ScientistsRetroviruses, the family of viruses that includes HIV, are almost half a billion years old -- several hundred million years older than previously thought, claim scientists from Oxford University
Dec 01, 2016
Shah Rukh Khan invited to speak at Oxford: What life lessons will he offer this time?The principal of Oxford University tweeted to Shah Rukh Khan, inviting him to deliver a speech at the prestigious institution. Khan is yet to respond.
Sep 17, 2016
Delhi HC copyright verdict: 'Photocopying like making generic drugs', bookshop owner hails judgmentWhile the judgement is seen as victory by various bookshop owners in the university campuses in Delhi they are all bit apprehensive too as they know the publishers will challenge the judgment in the apex court.
Jun 15, 2016
Oxford University students burdened with too many essays complain of 'excessive workload'Students at the elite Oxford University have complained that they are being forced to submit too many essays in comparison with peers studying similar courses at different colleges in the varsity.
May 14, 2016
MN Srinivas: The Oxford sociologist who studied caste in Indian societyMN Srinivas was a world-renowned sociologist from Mysore who made “vote bank,” “dominant caste” and “Sankritisation” household phrases.