25. Visit by Prof Hulikal Krishnamurthy (Dept of Physics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore) to Oxford, 1-11 Oct '08
- Collaboration with Prof David Logan

26. Visit by Mr Aseem Paranjpe (Dept of Astrophysics, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai) to Oxford, 18-22 Oct '08
- Theoretical Astrophysics Seminar on "Backreaction from averaging in cosmology", 21 Oct '08

27. Visit by Mr Rajeev Jain (Harishchandra Research Institute, Allahabad) to Oxford, 1-3 Dec '08
- Theoretical Astrophysics Seminar on "Double inflation and the low CMB quadrupole", 2 Dec '08

28. Visit by Prof Subir Sarkar to India, 14-28 Dec '08
- Seminar on "Astroprticle probes of quantum gravity", Raman Research Institute, Bangalore, 15 Dec '08
- Talk on "Ultrahigh energy cosmic rays & neutrinos" in 'Workshop on Astroparticle Physics',
TIFR Cosmic Ray Laboratory, Ooty, 18 Dec '08
- Lecture on "Seeing the edge of the Universe", Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, Mumbai, 22 Dec '08
- Meeting of the Scientific Advisory Committee, Centre for Astroparticle Physics, Saha Institute for Nuclear Physics, Kolkata, 24 Dec '08

29. Visit by Dr Apala Majumdar to India, 21-26 Dec '08
- Lectures at TIFR Centre For Applicable Mathematics, Bangalore
"The mathematical theory of nematic liquid crystals and their applications", 23 Dec '08;
"Microscopic and Macroscopic theories for liquid crystal modelling", 26 Dec '08
- Discussions with Profs. Adhimurthy, Srikanth and Vanninathan

30. Visit by Prof David Logan to India, 23 May-4 Jun '09
- Talk on "Electronic transport in carbon nanotube quantum dots" at Centenary Conference on 'Frontiers and Directions in Condensed Matter Physics', Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 25-29 May '09
- Collaboration with Prof Hulikal Krishnamurthy

31. Visit by Prof Chanda Jog (Dept of Physics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore) to Oxford, 1-11 Jul '09
- Theoretical Astrophysics Seminar on "Tracing the dark matter halo of galaxies by modeling the HI scale-height data", 6 Jul '09
- Collaboration with Dr Martin Bureau
- Discussions with Prof Subir Sarkar

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