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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.
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External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on Friday compared a "business like" China to an ATM machine while he described India as a "softly-softly" nation which stressed on long-term development partnerships.
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The most controversial topics on Wikipedia that people argue about the most around the world have been revealed.
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A 10-year-old Oxford schoolboy has discovered an extremely rare fossil of footprints of a pair of mating horseshoe crabs, dating back to more than 300 million years.
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Oxford University scientists have developed a custom-built programmable 3D printer that can create materials with several of the properties of living tissues.
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The University of Oxford has been forced to review its post-graduate admissions policy after it was accused by a student of discriminating against the poor.
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Neanderthals became extinct because they had larger eyes than modern humans, a new study of skulls of the now extinct species has suggested.
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Scientists have developed a new technique of measuring the mass of supermassive black holes which they say could revolutionise our understanding of how they form and help to shape galaxies.
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Teens who have no access to internet and cellphones are educationally disadvantaged as the benefits of using such technologies far outweigh any perceived risks.
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Lionel Richie gave students at England`s prestigious Oxford University an insight into his lengthy career during a special talk.
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Early humans who roamed the African savanna three-and-a-half million years ago had a diet more like a cow than a Great Ape - comprising of grass and sedges, a new Oxford study has found.
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It is likely that extra terrestrials will find Earth too "boring" to bother with, renowned UK astronomer Sir Patrick Moore has claimed.
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