Scientists led by an Indian-origin researcher have developed the world's first entirely light-based memory chip that stores data permanently, an advance that could dramatically improve the speed of modern computing.
The trial of professional Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst, who led the expedition that killed Cecil the lion, is due to start Monday but his lawyers say they will attempt to have the case thrown out of court.
A new biography of David Cameron by a former ally-turned-political enemy contains claims of youthful debauchery by the future British leader, according to extracts published by the Daily Mail on Monday.
An unofficial biography of Prime Minister David Cameron penned by former Conservative treasurer -turned-foe has caused a stir in the UK with revelations of alleged marijuana use and debauchery by him during his student days in Oxford University.
Days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi appreciated Congress MP Shashi Tharoor for his speech in Oxford University on the need for British reparations for colonial rule in India, the latter has complained party president Sonia Gandhi that his "sincere" services to the grand old party have "neither been seen nor appreciated".
A day after he got a reprimand from his party chief Sonia Gandhi, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor on Thursday received handsome praise from Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his debating skills, creating flutters in political circles about the timing of his remarks.
An Oxford University student allegedly raped near her family's home in north London earlier this month has struck back with an open letter to her attacker in which she refuses to change her behaviour or to become a victim.
The Indian government has rejected claims made by the Oxford University's wildlife experts that the increased tiger count was a result of flawed methodology for the census conducted in January this year.
If "sledging" had been the sole criterion to get into a playing XI of a cricket team, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, by his own admission, showed enough expertise in that area to get a berth into the Oxford University team, during his student days.