JBCCC request May to apologise for Jallianwala Bagh Massacre

Lord Meghnad Desai and Lord Raj Loomba, have initiated a debate on the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre in the House of Lords in the UK Parliament to request for an apology from the British Government. What marks a historic moment at a time when the centenary of the massacre falls on 13 April 2019, will see a discussion on the subject in full detail for the first time in one hundred years. It also proposes conversation around the British government’s plans to commemorate the centenary.

More than just nostalgia

"It was exciting but worrying leaving family behind because I had a big family. First of all, I knew the language problem I was going to face, when I came, he was living in a flat, I thought in England the houses were made of glass"– part one...

Hakuna Matata: Six brothers' journey across India in rickshaws

On January 2, this year, six brothers and friends, Amish, Mehul, Sachin, Harsh, Parag, and Minesh set out on an incredible journey across India.

Banks, govt fund to own 51% in restructured Jet

Restructured Jet Airways will effectively be a 51 per cent government fund and PSU banks-owned. Sources said SBI-led lenders will convert £60 million loan into equity at Re 1, which will take their stake to 32 per cent

Deal to sell assets to Jio has failed, Anil Ambani tells SC

Approximately 13 months after Anil Ambani announced the sale of his debt-ridden Reliance Communications' telecom assets to elder brother Mukesh's Reliance Jio for an estimated £2.3 billion, he has revealed the deal fell through despite its best...

Sindhu signs megha sponsorship deal worth £5 mn

Olympic and World Championship silver medalist P V Sindhu has signed a record sports sponsorship deal in the tune of £5 million with Chinese sports brand Li Ning

Indian team likely to travel to Pak for Davis Cup tie

India’s Davis Cup team, which has been drawn to play an away Asia-Oceania Zone Group 1 tie against Pakistan in mid-September, will in all likelihood be allowed to travel to the neighbouring nation by the Indian authorities, sources said

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

Murji Chauhan

  • 20 Feb 2019

Murji Chauhan came to the United Kingdom at the age of 21 and had nothing to his name

Abhishek Bachchan pens down emotional post for his Pa Amitabh

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan just completed 50 years in the film industry and his son is really excited about him.

Salman set to play detective in remake of Korean hit 'Veteran'

Salman Khan has been in the industry for almost three decades donning different genres and now, the 53 year old is set to play a detective in a Bollywood remake of Korean hit 'Veteran'.

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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