Britain once believed that it had overcome racism and religious discrimination, trusting in its liberal institutions to prevent persecution of minorities. Yet, anti-semitism has reared its ugly head once again, with authorities and mainstream media often downplaying or normalising this alarming trend. This anti-semitism raises serious doubts about Britain's future and underscores the urgent need for action to combat hatred and bigotry in all its forms. Will discrimination in Britain stop at anti-semitism, the answer we all know, is no. Elections are around the corner and amid hatred, brewing racism and an ongoing war where politicians stand divided in opinion, quarrelling amongst their party members, Britain has a looming crisis waiting with open arms. 

How a senior manager in the NHS became a magistrate

 -  Tell us about your background, family and education.My Sikh parents emigrated from Punjab, India to Smethwick, West Midlands in the 70s. My parents are working class with my dad working in a Black Country foundry and my mum in a corner grocery...


Shammi Kapoor was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, and Depression, and struggled until age 20. Through brain training programs in Dubai, he conquered challenges, actively engaging in home and social life. Inspired, he interned...

Crossing continents: Indian students in the US face hurdles

In recent years, the dream of pursuing higher education abroad has become increasingly prevalent among Indian students and their quest for knowledge and skill enhancement has led many to consider various destinations

Mahant Swami Maharaj arrives in Abu Dhabi for historic mandir inauguration

Abu Dhabi: Global Hindu spiritual leader, Mahant Swami Maharaj, arrived in Abu Dhabi on February 5, as a state guest for the historic inauguration of the first traditional Hindu stone temple in the Middle East, the BAPS Hindu Mandir. Located...

Narayan Seva Sansthan distributes over 602 modular limbs in Kenya

Narayan Seva Sansthan, a non-profit organization dedicated to serving humanity, organized free camps in various cities across Kenya and provided over 602 Narayan Modular limbs to amputees. The camps, held in Nairobi, Kisumu, Kissi, Meru and...

Champai Soren wins Jharkhand trust vote 47-29

The new Champai Soren-led Mahagathbandhan govt in Jharkhand aced its first test in the 82-member assembly on Monday by garnering 47 votes in a confidence motion that also saw jailed ex-CM Hemant Soren being escorted to the House by ED amid loud...

Alpesh Patel’s Political Sketchbook: This Is India’s Sparta – Karamsad

Independent minded and giving strength to the rest of the nation is what the Spartans were known for. 

Tata Motors Q3 net more than doubles to £714.5 mn

Smashing street estimates, Tata Motors’s Q3FY24 profit more than doubled to £714.5 million, benefiting from the strength of its UK luxury car business, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR). It had posted a profit of £304.3 million in the year-ago period,...

India’s Bopanna becomes oldest to win Grand Slam

Four years ago, Rohan Bopanna was on the edge about his future in professional tennis. A Davis Cup veteran, mixed doubles Grand Slam champion, and former doubles World No.3, Bopanna’s career was on the downslide as a string of physical issues...

Uncapped Kashvee and Vrinda make it big at WPL-2 auction

At the Women’s Premier League (WPL-2) mini-auction in Mumbai, the uncapped Indian pair of Kashvee Gautam and Vrinda Dinesh hit the jackpot when they were snapped up for a £200,000 by the Gujarat Giants and £130,000 by the UP Warriorz respectively.

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.

Karan Johar, Guneet Monga collaborate to make French classic 'The Intouchables' in Hindi

After 'Kill', Karan Johar's Dharma Productions and Guneet Monga's Sikhya Entertainment are now collaborating to remake the French comedy classic 'The Intouchables' in Hindi.

Kangana calls herself mannerless and talented at the same time

Actor Kangana Ranaut took to Instagram recently to talk about being perceived as "badtameez (mannerless)" and talented at the same time by her colleagues, including filmmaker Hansal Mehta and actor Zeeshan Ayyub. She also compared herself with...

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!

Stereotypical ‘Rocky and Rani’ teach us how to embrace differences

The film revolves around the love story of Rocky and Rani, as the title suggests, between a stereotypical flamboyant Punjabi boy who meets an intellectual Bengali girl under unusual circumstances. And love conquers all. But if only life was...

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.

Nitin TeckChandani: Robothink

Robothink, a leading coding, robotics, and engineering company, is making significant strides in preparing children aged 4 to 14 through STEM-themed camps, workshops and afterschool and learning centre programmes for children

SPOTLIGHT: Anandana Nadhavajhala: Universal Yoga

You can hear the meditative cool straight away in Anandana’s voice: her regular classes must surely be transformative! Indeed, the young yoga teacher is award-winning and focuses significantly on special needs while catering to a range of young...

A learning trip!

One of the most effective ways to learn a new language is to travel to your desired country and fully immerse yourself in the language of locals. 

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...

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