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What next for UK-India relations following the farmers’ protests?

What next for UK-India relations following the farmers’ protests?

India condemns the British Parliament’s response to the farmers’ protests, but what will this mean for future relations?
2021 Women’s Prize for Fiction long-list: Burnt Sugar

2021 Women’s Prize for Fiction long-list: Burnt Sugar

Burnt Sugar is the debut novel by Avni Doshi. The book has just been recognised by the 2021 Women’s Prize for Fiction long list, and it deserves a spot on the shortlist.
Why aren’t we talking about the Indian farmers’ protests?

Why aren’t we talking about the Indian farmers’ protests?

Farmers across India are taking to the streets to protest their governments new agricultural laws
India record superb win over Australia and what this means for world cricket

India record superb win over Australia and what this means for world cricket

Luke Keohane discusses the exciting result of the Indian test tour in Australia, and its effects on the cricketing wold
There’s Far-mer where they came from: The Indian farmers’ protests

There’s Far-mer where they came from: The Indian farmers’ protests

The ongoing Indian farmers’ protests are the latest in a history of non-violent mass protests against governments that ignore the needs of their people, as Annie Dabb lays out
Women’s T20 World Cup: A perfect ending

Women’s T20 World Cup: A perfect ending

Tim Benson examines a spectacular T20 World Cup
The BJP and its controversial Citizenship Law

The BJP and its controversial Citizenship Law

Krish Kakar argues that the BJP party is creating stark religious divides in India
Truth in fiction: Arundhati Roy

Truth in fiction: Arundhati Roy

Books Editor Shaheena discusses Arundhati Roy, an Indian author whose fiction shines a light on injustices in her home country
Event Preview: India Week 2019

Event Preview: India Week 2019

The Indian Society of Manchester will be celebrating everything Indian in their flagship event
The role of history in society and how its been abused

The role of history in society and how its been abused

Armand Azra looks at the ways history can be appropriated, rewritten and abused by undemocratic and nationalistic campaigns, as he sees happening in Malaysia today
Suicide by stupidity? Contemporary colonisation by Christian crusaders

Suicide by stupidity? Contemporary colonisation by Christian crusaders

Jay Darcy argues that the recent death of US Missionary John Chau was not a murder but a reasonable act of self-defence by an ancient and protected society
Alastair Cook: a cricket legend retrospective

Alastair Cook: a cricket legend retrospective

His 147 helped lead England to a 4-1 series win
James Anderson becomes Test cricket’s most prolific fast bowler

James Anderson becomes Test cricket’s most prolific fast bowler

He overtook Australian Glen McGrath by taking the final wicket of the Test series against India
Indian tech company create 80 new jobs in MediaCityUK

Indian tech company create 80 new jobs in MediaCityUK

Manchester-India Partnership will see Tech Mahindra establish an office in Manchester creating 80 new jobs, boosting trade and investment

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

Remembering Partition with New North South: Neha Choksi

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

England U-17 bring home the World Cup from India

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

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

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.

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

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