Royal Enfield riding its way back to the UK

The sleek and suave Royal Enfield motorcycle, first produced in the United Kingdom in 1901, had been riding slow only a decade ago until Siddhartha Lal applied his magic touch which helped the company to speedily roar uphill.

Royal Enfield riding its way back to the UK

The sleek and suave Royal Enfield motorcycle, first produced in the United Kingdom in 1901, had been riding slow only a decade ago until Siddhartha Lal applied his magic touch which helped the company to speedily roar uphill.

UK launches 16 days of activism to end gender based violence

16 days of activism to end gender based violence have been launched by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) funded AAWAZ programme. During this campaign, collective voices will be raised from union council level to district...

Indian firms create over 1,00,000 jobs in US, says report

Indian companies have created over 113,000 jobs in the US, also investing nearly $18 billion in the country, as per an annual report.

RBI gets ready to train its guns on 50 more stressed accounts

The Reserve Bank of India may come up with a fresh list of 50 loan accounts that are either under stress or close to being classified as non-performing assets

Indian seamers give a scare to Lankans in drawn test

The first test between India and Sri Lanka ended in a draw as almost two days of play was washed out due to inclement weather, but not before the Indian bowlers pushed the Lankans on the brink of defeat

Pujara third Indian to bat on all five days of a Test

Cheteshwar Pujara on Monday became the third ever Indian batsman to bat on all five days of a test

Leading Lights with Rani Singh

Amit Chaudhuri;

  • 22 Nov 2017

Amit Chaudhuri is perhaps the best contemporary example of a multi-gifted artist excelling in different fields. Novelist, essayist and musician, Amit the visual artist is being exhibited for the first time and recently showcased at Asia House.Amit...

One to One with Keith Vaz MP

One to One with Keith Vaz

  • 22 Nov 2017

Jim Painter earned a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois and is currently an Adjunct Professor at University of Texas, School of Public Health. His current areas of research include reducing risk of heart disease through phyto-nutrient and...

Qawali maestro Rahat becomes Barnado's ambassador

The legendary Qawali maestro, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan has been appointed as an international ambassador for the children's charity Barnado's. He has become the second international ambassador to join Barnado's after Bollywood superstar Salman Khan...

Mistranslation makes Bolly fans chuckle

Getting lost in translation and leaving your “nonsense” behind can certainly be bewildering. A notice in Hindi on a sign post in Dorset have left many Bollywood fans chuckling at the failed translation attempt.

Narita Bahra: Redefining the Bar

Move over Ally McBeal, Bahra’s arrived with all the millennial substance and grit. Working for a leading Barristers Chambers - 2 Hare Court – named as premier chambers in the UK, the vivacious yet incisive criminal defence lawyer is a head-turning,...

Dr Manoj Joshi: On Climate Modelling, Exploring Mars and Appreciating Academia

In honour of World Space Week, which took place from the 4th – 10th October last week, Asian Voice spoke to Dr Manoj Joshi, a prolific Senior Lecturer at the University of East Anglia, specialising in Climate Dynamics. Joshi moved to the area...


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