Disabling people with rising costs

The cost of living crisis is two times harder for disabled households than the non-disabled, a study has found. Disabled people are being compelled to cut back on heating, food and washing amid the rising cost of living. While some people are struggling to do their daily chores without proper aid and cutting down on the usage of necessary electric equipment for their disabilities, many are discontinuing their medical prescriptions due to rising costs.

Leader's Voice Space for Leaders, Executives, Investors and Entrepreneurs

Managing Director and Global Head of Capital Markets for Vistra GroupA senior member of the Financial Services industry with a unique combination of East to West leadership experience in European and Asian markets, Navita is the Managing Director...

#GurdwaraforSurrey campaign launched

Trustees Mohinder Singh Dosanjh, Harinder Kaur Pawar, and Gurdeep Singh Sarl of Camberley Sikh Association officially kicked off the fundraising campaign #gurdwaraforsurrey with the aim of raising enough money to build a gurdwara in Surrey.

Move to celebrate Hindu heritage month in Canada

The Canadian House of Commons has passed a unanimous resolution moved by an Indo-Canadian MP to have November proclaimed as the Hindu Heritage Month.

PM Modi, world leaders attend Shinzo Abe's funeral in Tokyo

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday joined several world leaders in Tokyo to attend former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe's state funeral. Japan began the state funeral with his widow Akie carrying his ashes into a Tokyo hall where thousands of...

Lt-Gen Anil Chauhan appointed as India’s new CDS

Lt-Gen Anil Chauhan (61), a known China expert who retired as the Eastern Army Command chief in May last year, has been appointed as India's next chief of defence staff (CDS). He is currently the military advisor to national security advisor...

Gehlot backs Kharge for Congress top job

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot recently said veteran party leader Mallikarjun Kharge has the experience to strengthen the Congress and would emerge as a clear winner in the party presidential poll, while his rival in the race Shashi Tharoor...

Tata Sons to consolidate its airline business

The 150-year-old Tata group is bringing its multiple airlines -Air Asia and Vistara -under Air India, a company it launched decades ago and was later nationalised. Last year, Tata Sons re-acquired Air India from the Indian government.

Adani added £160 mn to his fortune every day in a year

Adani Group founder Gautam Adani has overtaken Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani to become the richest man in India for the first time with a wealth of £109 billion (nearly $140 billion), according to the IIFL Wealth Hurun India Rich...

Stampede kills 125 in Indonesia football stadium

At least 125 people died at an Indonesian football stadium when thousands of angry fans invaded the pitch and police responded with tear gas that triggered a stampede, authorities said. The tragedy in the city of Malang, which also left 323...

India beat SA in two T20s

After the run deluge by the batters in the Australian series, it was time for the bowlers to call the shots in the first T20I of the three-match series between India and South Africa. The Greenfield stadium in Thiruvananthapuram lived up to...

Leading Lights with Rani Singh

Indian-origin lady helms important UK Screen Body

  • 19 Aug 2019

Seetha Kumar is the CEO of ScreenSkills, based in central London but operating UK-wide.

Monty's Spin with Monty Panesar

Monty's Spin

  • 25 Mar 2020

The Covid-19 virus has taken the world by storm. It has stopped all sporting events and the risks should be taken seriously. We should be at home for at least 3 weeks and we should take the government advise very seriously.

Alia Bhatt makes it to The Guardian’s list of greatest performances

Bollywood star Alia Bhatt has joined the likes of Lupita Nyong’o and Marilyn Monroe on an international publication’s list of greatest performances. The Guardian released a fresh list of the greatest and worst movie performances of all time...

Malaika Arora has a better equation with Arbaaz Khan post-divorce

Malaika Arora recently revealed that her relationship with her ex-husband Arbaaz Khan has only gotten better since they decided to end their marriage. The two tied the knot in December 1998 and finalised their divorced in May 2017 after 18 years...

Stream Cream

Bytes to bingeGenre: Comedy DramaWritten by: Timothy GreenbergDuration: 26 minWhere to watch: Netflix

I spy "The spy”!

Yes. that’s right we see the comedian in a 360 U-turn role like we have never seen him before and I am pleasantly surprised!

Ajeeb Dastans

Ajeeb Dastans is an anthology of four short films and is produced by the super Producer/Director Karan Johar. The premise of the film is that each story will bring us a shocking and horrifying twist that we were not betting on.

When horror meets comedy in a love triangle

Two small town boys fall in love with the same girl but all is not what it seems. One is in love with the girl and the other is in love with a spirit that is trapped in her body.

SPOTLIGHT: Amara Karan: Cosmopolitan Candour (Part Three)

There emerges spiritual reconciliation between the beatific nirvana and the nuance of difficult lived reality to create a balanced paradigm of society over one of fragile hope. 

Amara Karan: Cosmopolitan Candour (Part Two)

In effect, there must be a terraforming of our very consciousness: inner conceptual revolution that manifests the workable infrastructural equality. Of course, here, Amara’s current project, sci-fi series Moonhaven, which premiered on AMC +...

Customers of Southall Travel refunded £22 million worth of payments

Southall Travel Group has announced measures to ‘ramp up’ its capacity to deal with refund and other queries, as it issued £22 million worth of payments to its customers. The firm reportedly said it has refunded 94% of customers with package...

Hiking up the Yosemite National Park

The UK is in lockdown and we have no idea when the world is going to be back on its feet leave aside the travel industry. But you have this urge to get away from the four walls of your room – what should you do?



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