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2014/10/20 19:59
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Community, Memory and Migration in a Globalizing World — The Goan Experience, C.1980-1980: Maregret Frenz; Oxford University Press, YMCA Library Building, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi-110001. Rs....
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2014/10/20 17:27
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Humans should thank ancient Scottish fish fossils for joy of sex LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists studying fossils have discovered that the intimate act of sexual intercourse used by humans was...
2014/10/20 13:46
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Ebola has been in the news. But much of the news has not offered background information about the disease. The world may be facing the worst Ebola outbreak ever recorded. According to the Centers for...
2014/10/20 13:39
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Scientists have announced that for the first time, they have determined the precise atomic structure of the Hepatitis A virus. In an unprecedented step forward, a team of scientists from Beijing and...
2014/10/20 10:59
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PETER O’Neill is radiating pride, after his decades of work trying to cure cancer won him an international award. The Oxford University researcher has dedicated his career to working out how...
2014/10/20 10:39
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The mindset of shoppers can be divided into two groups, say researchers: those focused on avoiding risk and opportunity-seekers who respond to messages about maximising pleasure. The risk avoiders...
2014/10/20 08:59
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AN Oxford University professor is among a team of British scientists going to Guinea to start human drug trials as part of a bid to halt the Ebola epidemic. Dr Peter Horby, of the university’s Centre...
2014/10/20 08:05
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Sir Christopher Wren would have celebrated his 382nd birthday today, had he lived to such a ripe old age, and Google has created a Doodle to mark the occasion. Clicking on the illustration triggers a...
2014/10/20 07:26
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Right at the start of the Extraordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops which concluded this weekend in Rome, the Archbishop of Paris warned us reporters not to see it through a political...
2014/10/20 06:59
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CONCERNS have been raised that felling trees near the Port Meadow student flats could worsen their impact on neighbouring people. Network Rail wants to use the land, between Castle Mill Street and...
2014/10/20 05:42
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Impact investing specialist, GroFin Capital Inclusive development means ensuring that the benefits of economic growth and social progress reach a broad base, generating improvements in the lives of...
2014/10/20 04:59
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IT’S not just stars above Bethlehem stables that people will be looking out for this Christmas. Even though it’s still October, Dragon School pupils are already warming up to share a stage with some...
2014/10/20 01:17
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As an interpersonal architect: I help people design the space between them so that it works better. Some years ago I met Clem and Marie, whose marriage was dangerously near a divorce that neither...
2014/10/19 23:47
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The British nurse who survived Ebola has flown back to the country where he caught the virus to rejoin efforts to tackle the epidemic. William Pooley said he was “delighted” to return to Sierra Leone...
2014/10/19 13:20
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Last year at a book festival, I interviewed you and Richard. Yours had been the meeting I was looking forward to all day. I reminisced all through my earlier lunch about childhood days spent at my...
2014/10/19 13:20
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Stopsley Baptist Church was packed throughout the day on Thursday with Year 11 students from Ashcroft, Putteridge and Stopsley High Schools keen to find out more about their futures. Over 30...
2014/10/19 12:37
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In a characteristic show of entertainingly buffoonish behaviour, The Mayor of London famously said that he thinks he was "once given cocaine but I sneezed so it didn't go up my nose. In fact, it may...
2014/10/19 10:50
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There aren’t many books you can buy in three different weights — the 100-pound version, the 30-pounder or the three-pound bantam weight — but the Oxford English Dictionary would be one. The 10-volume...
2014/10/19 07:42
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In January 1914, Aston Webb, architect of the Victoria and Albert Museum, the facade of Buckingham Palace and parts of Birmingham University, had a dream. He told the London Society, a group of...
2014/10/18 23:43
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If you want to have the longest, healthiest life possible, you should never have lit that first cigarette. Never stepped foot inside a fast-food restaurant or driven somewhere you could have walked....
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