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Book : Battle for Bittora by Anuja Chauhan
The biggest Bollywood night in Oxford is back, with our first Bollywood Bop as a new OIS Committee!
Former Indian Ambassador and Noted Member of India's Foreign Policy Establishment
We are thrilled to announce a book reading and discussion with Gurmehar Kaur, student activist and author, who has been hailed by Time Magazine as a ‘free speech warrior’ and Next Generation Leader. Ms Kaur will be reading from her new book: ‘The Young and The Restless: Youth and Politics in India’
Oxford's huge Desi social is back!
Ready to go again?
Celebrate Diwali in style with the University of Oxford India Society!
Book launch event of Sourav Ganguly's 'A Century Is Not Enough'
Why I Am a Hindu: Shashi Tharoor
This term, we bring a variety of events to showcase Indian and South Asian culture
Hosted by OIS and PakSoc
Sounds of Sound Asia: The Mysore Brothes
OIS and PakSoc brings Qawwali to Oxford!
Come on down to EMPORIUM for a night of Bollywood extravaganza ! RAINBOW SHOTS, PANI PURIS, and GLOW-STICKS await you at this magical night in Trinity Term!
Somerville College and the Oxford-India Society presents this Speaker Series Event. Last year the UK and India commemorated 70 years since partition. Britain has long and complex ties to India, as Brexit approaches there are vital questions around the UK's future relationship with its former colony. What scope is there for the UK to forge a special relationship with India post-Brexit Britain.
Alongside marking the conclusion of the UK-India Year of Culture with an award winning play, portraying a special relationship between Mahatma Gandhi and his mentor, Shrimad Rajachandraji ("Yugpurush": Mahatma's Mahatma, at Oxford Town Hall on 24th January, 2018), the Asian Studies Centre at St Antony's College, Oxford, the University of Oxford India Society (OIS) and Oxford Centre Hindu Studies (OCHS), hosted a Speaker Series panel session on 'Gandhi's Inspiration'.
Oxford India Speaker Series and Saïd Business School were honored to welcome Ajay G. Piramal, Chairman, Piramal Group & Shriram Group, to speak at Said Business School on Tuesday, June 13 2017. The event spanned a range of topics including entrepreneurship, the future of the Indian economy and business ethics. The event was followed by a short networking drinks reception.
The University of Oxford India Society (OIS) was honored to host Mr Kailash Satyarthi, for the Oxford-India Speaker Series event on April, 25, 2017.
On the occasion of International Women's Day, senior lawyer at the Bombay High Court and women's rights activist, Adv. Abha Singh, the prosecutor lawyer for the famous Salman Khan case, gave a talk titled "Moving Towards Gender Justice: the Evolving Rights of Indian Women". She deliberated on the upcoming surrogacy bill, and the complex issues of right to pray and triple talaq that have come before the Supreme Court of India.
Dr. Shashi Tharoor returned to Oxford to after the captivating 2015 Oxford Union debate for the OIS Oxford India Speakers Series!
On February 28, 2017, we were honored to host Dr Aman Hingorani, for our Oxford-India Speaker Series.
Democracy and Effective Governance: Challenges in the South Asian Perspective