Sikh discriminated for beard, receives compensation of £7,000

A Sikh job hunter who was denied work at Claridge's because of a strict "no beards" policy has won £7,000 in compensation. Elements Personnel Services Ltd refused to offer work to Raman Sethi, who has a beard, due to “grooming” standards from...

Lawyer cycles the length of India to raise funds for the widows

An International lawyer is taking on the epic challenge of cycling 4,500km across the length of India. Starting in the southernmost Indian city of Kanyakumari, Chris Parsons will reach Srinagar, Kashmir 45 days later.

Legendary poet Chaman Lal Chaman passes away

Legendary Radio TV broadcaster Chaman Lal Chaman passed away on February 4, in London after a heart condition.

Hatim Amir Karimjee passes away

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Hatim Amir Karimjee, on January 12, in London, surrounded by his family and close friends.

On Friday 27th February the High Commissioner of India, H.E. Mr Ranjan Mathai, hosted the London launch of the Murty Classical Library of India. It was founded by Rohan Narayana Murthy and is published by Harvard University Press.

8th March marks International Women's day. We all have an inspirational woman in our lives, who've not only motivated us but also encouraged us to fulfil our dreams or to become a better person. Many women have strived for excellence by prevailing...

There is a glimmer of hope that the number of organ donors from Black Asian and Minority Ethnic, or BAME communities may increase, thanks to a new initiative.

A research has found that migrant workers have brought various benefits to their employers that have led to productivity boosts and company expansion. The report on the in-depth, qualitative study of the contribution and impact of migrant workers...

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