Brexit March London : Hundreds of thousands expected to march for people's vote

Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend the 'Put it to the People' march in London today. Protesters seeking a referendum on the final Brexit deal are set to descend on the capital as over 700,000 people were estimated to have attended a similar march in October. Organised by the People's Vote, Britain for Europe and Open Britain, the march will demand that the public be given a final say on the Brexit deal. They demand the debate be taken out of parliament and into the streets.

Brexit March London : Hundreds of thousands expected to march for people's vote

Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend the 'Put it to the People' march in London today. Protesters seeking a referendum on the final Brexit deal are set to descend on the capital as over 700,000 people were estimated to have attended...

CHRIST (Church) SAVE ISLAM

New Zealand, reportedly has never experienced an attack of the kind that the country saw before, one that has shaken the country. But post 9/11 the West has been plagued with Islamophobia, white supremacy and racism that has seeped deeper and...

Baroness Vadera-led Santander bank sees no scope for growth in UK

As Brexit continues to dampen growth prospects for international lenders, Spanish banking giant Santander has begun to divert spare capital away from its British operations

UK employers defy approach of Brexit with hiring spree

Official data showed that British employers ramped up their hiring at the fastest pace since 2015 in the three months to January as the labour market defied broader Brexit weakness in the overall economy

Afghanistan clinch historic maiden test victory

Afghanistan defeated Ireland by seven wickets in the one-off test and clinched a historic maiden victory

SC sets aside Sreesanth's life ban by BCCI

Fighting a legal battle against BCCI which held him guilty of corruption and spot-fixing, former India cricketer S Sreesanth got partial relief from the Supreme Court which upheld his guilt but set aside the life ban and directed the board to...

Leading Lights with Rani Singh

Leading Lights with Rani Singh : Navin Singh Khadka

  • 14 Feb 2019

The British media is still a place with few South Asians in powerful positions, but some plough their furrow and break through by working hard across different topics and by expanding their skill-base. 

One to One with Keith Vaz MP

One on One with Keith Vaz : Thelma Walker MP

  • 22 Mar 2019

Thelma Walker was elected to Parliament in June 2017, representing the Colne Valley constituency in West Yorkshire. Prior to becoming an MP, she worked as a teacher and head teacher for over 30 years, working in several schools in deprived areas...

Alia, Salman confirmed to lead in SLB's next

Actors Alia Bhatt and Salman Khan have been confirmed to star in director Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Padmaavat' follow-up, titled 'Inshallah'.

Ranveer bowled over by Deepika's wax statue

Actress Deepika Padukone along with her husband and both families, recently traveled to London to unveil her wax statue at the famed Madame Tussauds.

Dr Amit Patel: the Enlightened Leading the Blind

Amit Patel, a medical doctor, lost his vision at the professionally ripe age of 32, but now works to enlighten the public about what life is like when you have a sight impairment. He recently made headlines when the camera he had fitted around...

Subhash Thakrar: Keeping Business Booming

Chartered accountant, and business magnate, Thakrar, is truly a guardian of British-Asian entrepreneurship.



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