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Cambridge launches appeal for missing Darwin notebooks

London, Nov. 25 -- The University of Cambridge's library on Tuesday launched a public appeal to help locate two notebooks of the iconic naturalist and alumnus, Charles Darwin, one of which contains hi... Read More


Scotland Yard award for Brinder Deol, a Punjab-origin constable

India, Nov. 24 -- Brinder Deol, a police constable who overcame several obstacles and trauma to set up a project to promote well-being in Scotland Yard, was among several officers awarded at the Met E... Read More


Scotland-Gujarat universities pact on new India climate research

India, Nov. 24 -- Two universities in Scotland - St Andrews and Aberdeen - have joined the Ahmedabad University to investigate new approaches to the management of coastal wetland habitats in India fol... Read More


For the first time, can see route out of Covid-19 pandemic: UK PM Boris Johnson

India, Nov. 23 -- Hailing the University of Oxford's success on the Covid-19 vaccine as a "wonderful British scientific achievement", UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday said that for the first ... Read More


Douglas Stuart's Shuggie Bain wins Booker for fiction

London, Nov. 21 -- Scottish writer Douglas Stuart, whose debut novel Shuggie Bain narrates the story of a boy growing up in Glasgow in the 1980s, has won the 2020 Booker Prize for Fiction from a short... Read More


UK: Indian-origin student wins Queen's Commonwealth Essay contest

India, Nov. 21 -- Aditya Choudhury, a 14-year-old student from Singapore, and 16-year-old Ananya Mukerji from India were on Friday declared the senior winner and runner-up of the 2020 Queen's Commonwe... Read More


UK bullying row: Prime Minister Boris Johnson stands by home secretary Priti Patel

India, Nov. 21 -- British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday expressed "full confidence" in home secretary Priti Patel after an inquiry into her alleged bullying behaviour with civil servants conc... Read More


Indian-origin student wins Queen's Commonwealth Essay contest 2020

India, Nov. 20 -- Aditya Choudhury, a 14-year-old student from Singapore and 16-year-old Ananya Mukerji from India were on Friday declared the senior winner and runner-up of the 2020 Queen's Commonwea... Read More


Oxford vaccine found to be safe in older adults

London, Nov. 20 -- The Phase 2 trial of the Oxford Covid-19 vaccine has been found to be safe in healthy older adults and provokes an immune response, The Lancet reported on Thursday, adding more "enc... Read More


Oxford vaccine safe for older adults

London, Nov. 20 -- The Phase 2 trial of the Oxford Covid-19 vaccine has been found to be safe in healthy older adults and provokes an immune response, The Lancet reported on Thursday, adding more "enc... Read More