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The most successful and famous alumni from each Oxford College

The most successful and famous alumni from each Oxford College

BI Oxford is synonymous with excellence in education and leadership. The University counts 26 British Prime Ministers, 50 Nobel Prize leaders, and dozens of international heads of state among its alumni. Oh, and 120 Olympic medallists ..., 5 days ago

The worst killers of the 1970s

70 historic moments from the 1970s Hide Caption 1 of 71 70 historic moments from the 1970s Apollo 13 returns safely to Earth The Apollo 13 spacecraft was intended to be the third landing on the moon, but the NASA crew aborted its mission ...
 CNN1 week ago
Gulf News

50 people who shaped the last decade

The Financial Times list of the 50 people who shaped the past 10 years forms a very diverse group. Not all are heroes, some are villains and many fall somewhere in between This list includes people who have defined events in the last decade and ...
 Gulf News2 weeks ago
Ventures Africa

These three African women are rewriting the continent's narrative

Africa has often been described as a sexist continent , because of the socio-cultural, political, economic and legal barriers that are stacked up against the African woman. However, in this predominant sexist continent where women are mostly ...
 Ventures Africa3 weeks ago
Outlook India


Be the kind of woman that when your feet hit the floor each morning, the Devil says, Oh Crap, she's up! —Anonymous We have little boxes in our minds. We are mostly conditioned to see women as our mothers, victims of the deep-rooted ...
 Outlook India1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Delhi to Karachi: A tale of two homelands

The heart is not bound by nation­ality, as two Dilli-wallah­s who fell in love with Karach­i discov­ered Home is where the heart is, and the heart is not bound by nationality, as two Dilli-wallahs who fell in love with Karachi discovered .
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

'Where are the jobs going to come from?'

'Will 'Make in India' be able to harness the demographic dividend so it does not become a disaster?' 'Will 'Digital India' live up to the lofty promises the government and private sector made as part of its recent launch?' An associate with the South Asia Progamme at the international think-tank Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, DC, Dr Milan Vaishnav's research focuses on corruption, governance, state capacity, distributive politics, and electoral behaviour in India.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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