Is Britain repeating a 50-year-old mistake?

Britain has perhaps learned nothing from what it has provided to immigrants and how that paid off in the long run. It is inevitable to argue why this question arises every 50 years. 50 years ago, Ugandan Asians came to this country and asked for refuge.

Sid flying higher for brighter skies

Teenager Siddhant Patel is an aspiring Royal Air Force pilot from Birmingham.  

The Ramadan Cookbook

Anisa Karolia is one of the UK's most popular Muslim food bloggers, sharing all of her favourite authentic recipes since 2015. She has a community of over 240,000 followers worldwide and was a British Muslim Award winner for digital activity...

Biden nominates ex-Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga as World Bank chief

After World Bank President David Malpass declared his intention to step down early, US President Joe Biden announced that Washington is proposing former Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga as the organization's new leader.

Khalistan supporters target Indian consulate in Brisbane

According to a media report, the latest in a series of extremist actions against the Indian community, the Indian consulate in Brisbane, Australia, was targeted by Khalistan supporters who even raised the Khalistan flag at the building.

Ukraine issue splits G20 ministers, joint statement eludes meet

The G20 foreign ministers' meeting ended with a chair summary and outcome document rather than a joint communique, as foreign minister S Jaishankar put it, extremely polarised views on the Ukraine issue, even though there was significant "meeting...

Rahul Gandhi: “The art of listening is very powerful”

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi visited the UK and spoke at various events about the idea behind and learnings from his Bharat Jodo Yatra especially the ‘power of listening’, which he reiterated at his speech in Chatham House on Monday 6 March. 

Alpesh Patel’s Political Sketchbook: Women We Need You!

So the UK missed a recession. Why are we stagnating? Because so many people are out of the workforce is one reason. Last week I co-hosted an event in Parliament for women in tech and finance.

Google adjusts India app store policy after CCI command

After failing to receive any quick remedy from the courts against the CCI order, which ruled that it had abused its dominant position and engaged in anti-competitive conduct in India, Google has begun to make modifications to its policies regarding...

Mary Kom wants to represent India once more

Boxing legend Mary Kom has expressed a desire to represent the country for one last time before the six-time world champion is forced to retire in November this year after attaining the upper age limit to compete in amateur events.

Mirabai Chanu wins BBC Indian Sportswoman award for second time

Weightlifter Mirabai Chanu has won the 2022 BBC Indian Sportswoman Of The Year award after a public vote. Chanu becomes the first athlete to win the award twice in a row after winning it for the year 2021.

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.

No diversity in ‘white’ BAFTA Awards?

The BAFTA Awards that took place in London on Sunday have been accused of being coloured white by critics this year. The prestigious British event had a diverse set of nominees, with people belonging to ethnic minorities taking almost 40% of...

‘The Romantics’ is a masterclass on the oral history of Indian cinema by Aditya Chopra

The Romantics on Netflix has made two things clear. One - Aditya Chopra is real. Two - The so-called A-list filmmakers of Bollywood have been having a gala time with the press and have been hailed as geniuses, only because Chopra, the real genius...

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.

Chamak Craft, Art & Décor: Mina and Bhagirath Thakkar

Contributing to a warm and striking home is the central aim of Chamak, Craft, Art and Décor. The ornamental company particularly channel time-honoured crafts that form a cultural bridge between traditional Indian ancestry and modern-day Britain. 

Amit Sodha: Happiness with Heart

Amit is an award-winning blogger and life coach who now specialises in love. Asian Voice caught up with the sparky motivator after some time: several years on and Amit’s buzzing blog, Unlimited Choice, has hit 1 million followers on Facebook...

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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