Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) At 17, Rabindranath sailed to England; it was his father’s (Debendranath Tagore) wish for Rabi to become a barrister there.[Ghosh, B. (2011), “Inside the World of Tagore’s Music”] In 1878, after his matriculation, the 17-year-old Rabindranath Tagore joined briefly to University College London, in 1878, to read law and which he left without a degree.[https://www.ucl.ac.uk/european-languages-culture/news-events/annual-tagore-lecture-series-comparative-literature]. Earlier, he […]

Vice President Harris and senior Administration officials will meet today with CEOs of four American companies at the forefront of AI innovation—Alphabet, Anthropic, Microsoft, and OpenAI—to underscore this responsibility and emphasize the importance of driving responsible, trustworthy, and ethical innovation with safeguards that mitigate risks and potential harms to individuals and our society.

Statement from President Joe Biden on the Conflict in Sudan May 04, 2023 The violence taking place in Sudan is a tragedy—and it is a betrayal of the Sudanese people’s clear demand for civilian government and a transition to democracy. I join the peace-loving people of Sudan and leaders around the world in calling for a durable ceasefire between the […]

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