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From a teashop in Alappuzha to Oxford


Thiruvananthapuram: Dr. Ajikumar Kavidasan, 43,  a  product of TD Medical College, Alappuzha, climbed the success ladder from a humble background braving hunger while helping his parents in their tea

Indian scores triple ton in English FC match


London: Oxford University's Indian origin student Samridh Agarwal cracked a magnificent triple-century against Cambridge in a first-class match at the FP Fenner's ground in Cambridge.
Skipper Samridh

OU student picked for top UN course


Hyderabad: Preeti Raghunath, a doctoral student from the department of communications, University of Hyderabad, and research assistant with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Org

Pataudi plaque unveiled at Oxford

A plaque in the honour of late India cricket legend Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi was unveiled at the Oxford University pavilion here in the presence of his family.

The plaque was installed on the wall of

Students at top Oxford college vote against hanging Queen’s portrait


Students at a top Oxford University college have refused to hang the picture of Queen Elizabeth II, as she celebrates 60 years on the throne, because doing so would promote elitism.

Undergraduates at

Score 90 in Class XII for a ticket to Oxford

City schools have welcomed the news that CBSE and ICSE Class XII exam toppers will get direct entry into the prestigious Oxford University’s undergraduate courses. The UK varsity’s vice-chancellor, Pr

Oxford to take Indian school toppers

Oxford University has decided to allow the toppers of ISC and CBSE exams entry to its undergraduate courses from 2013, an university official said.

The vice chancellor professor of Oxford, Andrew Ham

Oxford University girls forced to dress as babies in bizarre initiation ritual

Oct 30: Shocking images of a number of female students forced into a booze-fuelled initiation ceremony dressed as babies at Oxford University have appeared on Facebook.

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