This week marks six months since farmers in India began their protest against the change in the agricultural policy set
This year marks the 37th anniversary of India’s genocide and documentarians are still unraveling the stories behind the tragedy today.
“24th March was my most difficult day.” That is what Dr Anil Sharma, Professor and Head of Cardiology at Bombay
More than a million farmers have been protesting across India for several months against three bills passed by Modi’s right-wing
Home to the biggest creative tech hub outside London, Manchester has long been acknowledged as a growing digital giant within
The Indian Premier League is nearing the crunch point in this year’s competition and there have been a number of
Watch: MM explore India and Pakistan’s great rivalry after Cricket World Cup show comes to Manchester
No sporting rivalry is as compelling as India and Pakistan in cricket, two nations driven by an underlying resentment towards each other kick-started by the political turbulence of the mid-20th century.
“It is an odd thing where you’re doing comedy and getting paid to comment on the collapse of western civilization,” reflects Nish Kumar on his job as a political comedian.
Gurinder Chadha’s Viceroy’s House is an ambitious project to say the least.
A week of Indian cultural events being held to raise money for charity will begin in Manchester on Monday.
Battle of the brides: Lesbian couples in running for Manchester magazine’s Wedding of the Year award
Two lesbian couples are in the running for the regional title of Wedding of the Year, awarded by Manchester Wedding Magazine.