The gorgeous model and Bollywood actor Jacqueline Fernandez attended the second Asian Voice Charity Awards, held at the Hilton Park Lane on Friday 19 May, hosted by the Asian Voice newsweekly. Jacqueline received the International Humanitarian Award and speaking on the stage she said, “I would like to thank Habitat for Humanity and receive this award on behalf of them. Working with them for the last 5 years has really opened my eyes and has given me the opportunity to help so many people live with dignity, by giving them homes to live in. I work in an industry where my co-stars are called heroes, but to me you guys are the real heroes.”

Manchester: Two others arrested

 The counter-terrorism police in Greater Manchester have arrested two other men in connection with the bomb attack on Manchester Arena on Monday. The latest arrests were made as the Greater Manchester police stopped sharing information about...

Leading Canadian Immigration lawyer visits London to assist British nationals

Shirish P Chotalia Q.C, a leading immigration and litigation lawyer with more than 30 years experience; a record of successfully litigating critical and controversial cases against the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration that have developed...

Two Indian Americans in ‘America’s richest self-made women’

Two Indian-American women have made it to Forbes' third annual 'America's Richest Self-Made Women' list

GM to stop selling cars in India, but not pulling out

General Motors Co will stop selling cars in India from the end of this year, after battling in one of the world's most competitive markets where it owns less than one per cent share of passenger car sales

Path to Success supports Team GB stars of the future

Charity organisation Path to Success will support two promising Wheelchair Basketball players to Tokyo 2020 Paralympic

IPL gives young players a chance to show their talent

The Indian Premier League (IPL) gives many young players opportunities to make money and display their talents. This was not the case a decade ago, when there was no IPL.

Leading Lights with Rani Singh

Atul Patel, Offering Alternatives in the Pharmacy Market

  • 24 May 2017

This is the story of a pharmacist who has not followed the traditional route he might have. Instead, he has successfully brought new, cost effective products to market. And some.

One to One with Keith Vaz MP

Kaushik Amlani

  • 02 May 2017

Kaushik Amlani is co-founder of the Ethical Hubs Organisation to address the global food security by applying ethical solutions in “Quarantine Agriculture” and installing further geared and planned infrastructures of Ethical Building Blocks...

Indian actresses create magic at Cannes Film Festival

The 70th edition of the famous Cannes Film Festival is just getting, and we can effectively say India sizzled already the ramp this year.

Biopic on South Indian legend Savithri

Director and screenwriter Nag Ashwin is all set to make a biopic on south Indian cinema legend Savithri

Anjum Anand: Authentic India

As reflected in her new and vibrant cookbook – I Love India – Anjum’s journey as a highly successful chef is a deeply personal one. While many cuisinières will have chased the training of high cooking institutions such as Le Cordon Bleu, the...

Chetan Sharma: Mad Hatter Food

Much like the fictional storyline, what makes Mad Hatter Hospitality so special is its exuberant human centrepiece: Chef-Founder and occasional forager, Chetan. A real life version of Lewis Carroll’s striped hat maverick, Chetan has boldly amalgamated...

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