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Dec 01, 2016
Barack Obama hails 'migrant' Nobel winners, Bob Dylan a no-show at the White HouseBob Dylan was conspicuously absent from the Oval Office Wednesday, but President Barack Obama hosted four of America's other 2016 Nobel Laureates, all of whom were migrants.
Oct 19, 2016
At least 70 Nobel prize winners endorse Hillary Clinton for presidentThe fact that the Nobel laureates are backing Clinton does not come as a big surprise, as academics overwhelmingly tend to lean towards Democratic candidates.
Apr 18, 2016
Silent diplomacy: Three Nobel laureates to make a 'humanitarian' visit to North KoreaA trio of Nobel laureates will take part in a "humanitarian" visit to North Korea, even as suspicions grow that Pyongyang is preparing for a fifth nuclear test
Jan 11, 2016
Companies must invent in India before making in India, say Nobel laureatesStudies appear to confirm how poorly India is doing when it comes to creating new technologies and discovering new things.
Dec 15, 2014
China rules: Pope Francis snubs Dalai Lama at Nobel Laureates' meetPope Francis has denied a private audience to the Dalai Lama because it could harm the Holy See's already fraught relations with China, the Vatican said.
Sep 25, 2014
4 Nobel laureates boycott Nobel summit in S Africa after Dalai Lama denied visaComing out in support of Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama, who was denied a travel visa by South Africa, four women Nobel Peace laureates have refused to attend the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Cape Town next month.
Apr 25, 2014
Nobel laureates to visit Indian universities in new initiativeTwo Nobel laureates, whose names are to be finalised soon, will travel to India and several universities will be drafted to absorb the inspiration behind the annual Nobel awards" the report added
Dec 04, 2012
Nobel laureates urge China to release Peace Prize winner Liu XiabaoLiu, a veteran dissident involved in 1989 pro-democracy protests crushed by the Chinese army, won the prize in 2010.