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India Studies Program

Indian music maestro to be first School of Global and International Studies Artist in Residence

Amjad Ali Khan

World-renowned Indian classical music maestro Amjad Ali Khan will visit Indiana University Bloomington as a guest of the Madhusudan and Kiran C. Dhar India Studies Program and as the first School of Global and International Studies Artist in Residence. Full Story >>

Renowned Indian folk musician Lakha Khan to perform at IU Bloomington

Lakha Khan

The Madhusudan and Kiran C. Dhar India Studies Program at Indiana University Bloomington will present renowned sarangi maestro Lakha Khan in a free performance at 4:30 p.m. Friday, April 12. Full Story >>

Indiana University Gateway opens in Gurgaon, India, as portal for international activities

Indiana University announced the creation of its first international gateway office. Located in Gurgaon, India -- a suburb of New Delhi -- the Indiana University Gateway-India will serve as a home base for IU activities in the country. Full Story >>

IU journalism professor's book presents daily life in Calcutta beyond its well-known poverty

Raymer, Steve

A new book by Indiana University journalism professor Steve Raymer depicts life at every socioeconomic level in Calcutta, one of the world's largest and poorest cities. Full Story >>

Ganguly to direct Center for American and Global Security at IU Bloomington

Sumit Ganguly

Sumit Ganguly, Tagore Professor of Political Science at Indiana University Bloomington, has been appointed director of the Center for American and Global Security, a research center within the College of Arts and Sciences. Full Story >>

IU President McRobbie participating in U.S.-India Higher Education Dialogue in Washington, D.C.

Michael McRobbie

Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie will be a participant in the U.S.-India Higher Education Dialogue at the State Department today in Washington, D.C. The Dialogue is designed to identify future research and innovation partnerships between universities and institutes in the two countries.