“Enterprise and hard work at the heart of the immigrant story”

As the Labour party prepares for next year's general election, with leader Sir Keir Starmer currently reshuffling the Cabinet, they celebrated ‘Britain’s global bonds and bridges’ at an evening reception for the diaspora in a café in South London. 

High Commission of India organises screening of Gadar 2 in London to celebrate Independence Day

There were loud Punjabi dhol (drum) beats in Leicester Square, as Indian people gathered in front of Vue Westend to welcome actor and MP Sunny Deol to the theatre for a special screening of Gadar 2 organised by the High Commission of India and...

Remembering Shri Khodidasbhai Dhamecha on his second death anniversary

The strong foundation of heritage, philanthropy and service built by Shri Khodidasbhai Dhamecha is an inspiration for future generations and our communities. 

Tribute to Pravinbhai Sangani: Community pioneer and Renaissance Man

Pravinkumar Girdharlal Sangani, a well known figure from Birmingham’s Hindu Community passed away in Australia last week, aged 77, after a short illness.  

HHolocaust Memorial Day returns on Friday,  27 January 2023. This is to commemorate the systematic killing of millions of Jewish people by Nazi Germany and the genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur. Between 1941 and 1945, six million...

Every year, 30 January is observed as Gandhi Nirvan Divas – the day Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was assassinated in 1948. 

World Goa Day was instituted to mark the anniversary of the day 20th August 1992 when the Indian Parliament formally accorded Konkani with the status of national language through the 71st Amendment to the eight schedule of the constitution of...

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