Cambridge and India have well over 100 collaborations and partnerships, many forged over decades, others more recently.

Jesus College Choir in Mumbai to sing with slum children

16 Mar 2013

Jesus College Choir will be travelling to Mumbai this week to perform for and work with slum children as part of an ongoing project with the music...

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Vice-Chancellor in India with the Prime Minister

15 Mar 2013

The Vice-Chancellor made a two-day visit to India last month as part of the largest ever UK trade delegation led by a UK Head of Government.

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FoI 2012

The West 'has had its day'

23 Oct 2012

Western culture could be transformed by the rise of the BRICs countries, a debate at the Festival of Ideas will hear this week.

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A border without frontiers

16 Oct 2012

As India sets about constructing a metal curtain along the full length of its border with Bangladesh, Cambridge anthropology graduate Delwar Hussain...

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India in the global age

India in the global age

20 Sep 2012

The University of Cambridge hosted a major international summit in New Delhi last week which brought together opinion leaders in global business...

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New Delhi from Jama Masjid's tower

India in the Global Age

10 Sep 2012

An India Cambridge 'summit' will take place on Monday 10 September at the Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi, to coincide with the Vice-Chancellor's visit to...

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Letter from directors of the East India Company ordering an inquiry into the allegations of torture raised in a recent parliamentary debate.

Hidden narratives of torture

05 Jul 2012

Allegations of torture by government officials are emerging daily from countries caught up in the struggle for democracy. Derek Elliott, a researcher...

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Venkitaraman

Cambridge scientist appointed inaugural Jubilee Professor of the Indian Academy of Sciences

27 Jun 2012

The Indian Academy of Sciences has appointed Professor Ashok Venkitaraman from the University of Cambridge as its first Jubilee Professor in 2012.

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Gurkha recruits awaiting inspection c.1950. The never-before-seen footage has been released to mark the launch of the Amateur Cinema Studies Network, http://amateurcinemastudies.org.

Candid camera

19 Jun 2012

After years of being overlooked as a film genre, amateur cinema is finally being recognised by academics as a form that merits serious study in its...

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Frugal innovation

17 May 2012

Co-author of recently published book 'Jugaad Innovation', Professor Jaideep Prabhu argues that a frugal and flexible approach to innovation can...

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Melioidosis can be acquired through contaminated soil

Melioidosis: exposing the ‘Great Mimicker’

01 May 2012

Each year melioidosis – a soil-borne disease dubbed the ‘Great Mimicker’ because of its frequent misdiagnosis – kills as many people in some regions...

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Moscow skyline

Building the future with BRICs

17 Feb 2012

A major conference examining how the emergence of Brazil, Russia, India and China as leading world powers should be accommodated by the international...

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