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Remembering Partition with New North South: Risham Syed

Risham Syed showcases her first solo exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery as her postcard-sized paintings trace the developing landscape of her hometown, Lahore, Pakistan

Neha Choksi and Rachelle Rojany Swing for friends (used in Faith in friction), 2017 Photo: Pascale CA

Remembering Partition with New North South: Neha Choksi

Manchester Art Gallery delves deep through the medium of South Asian film with Neha Choksi

Photo: abhinv @ Flickr

University team forges new research opportunities and development in India

The team of academics from the medical and various science departments provided support in the founding of a new medical school and committed to new joint research projects

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England U-17 bring home the World Cup from India

The Three Lions fended off favourites Spain to lift the trophy in Kolkata

Cleft (2017), Photo: theWhitworth

Remembering Partition with New North South: Reena Saini Kallat

Manchester Museum’s new exhibition redefines borders and bonds as Arts Editor Cicely Ryder-Belson previews the show with artist Reena Saini Kallat

Photo: The Whitworth

Remembering Partition with New North South: Beyond Borders

The Whitworth’s new exhibition responds to the anniversary of partition by reclaiming the tradition of textiles

Photo: pamnani @Flickr

Holi curfews placed on female students in Delhi

The curfew placed on female students during the spring festival is not the first of its kind, and the campaign against it has now garnered international attention

Photo: PublicDomainPictures@Pixabay

Global News: Science

Read the best science news from around the world this week

Photo: Weinstein Company

Lion: a human film about hope

Based on Saroo Brierly’s A Long Way Home, Lion follows Saroo’s unexpected trajectory from Ganesh Talai to Calcutta to Australia, all the while never giving up hope that one day he will return home.

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Why Virat Kohli is already better than Sachin Tendulkar

At just 28, Virat Kohli is writing his name in cricketing folklaw

Photo: Number 10 @Flickr

Was the Paris Climate Conference just hot air?

Luke Williams casts a critical eye over the Paris Climate Conference and the importance of its success

Photo: Matt Kieffer @Flickr

The acquisitions of empire

Colm Lock proposes that it is time to stop hanging onto the past regarding our imperial history