Motherhood has not changed my work life: Kareena

Motherhood is definitely one of the momentous times of a woman's life, and while it turns everything upside down for normal people, actress and diva Kareena Kapoor Khan said her professional life has not been affected much.

SRK & Anushka find a new obsession

Actors and co-stars Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma have found a new obsession, and it is a humbling game called Ludo

SOAS South Asia Institute hosting Durga Puja artists to mark festival in London

The SOAS South Asia Institute in London is hosting a series of activities related to Bengal celebrating the popular festival of Durga Puja. The five-day event, Cultural Connects: Durga Utsav, is taking place from 2 till 7 October and will celebrate...

Foreign and Commonwealth office opens door to public for the weekend

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office is opening its doors to the public as part of Open House London on 16 & 17 September. The public will be invited to explore one of the world’s most iconic government buildings and discover its historic art...

Book Launch at the Zoroastrian Centre

The Zoroastrian Centre on Rayner's Lane hosted an event on September 3 which was described as 'a first' by Malcolm Deboo, the affable and energetic President of the hoary Zoroastrian Trust Funds of Europe (ZTFE). It was the London launch of...

Book Review

"Britain's Anglo-Indians" - author Rochelle AlmeidaPour yourself a mango juice and sit back to savour a most informative and interesting book on a little-known mixed race community created in bygone times in India by the union of European male...

Akram Khan announces his final full-length solo production

One of the most celebrated and highly regarded dance makers working today, Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Akram Khan has announced a new production, Xenos, which will mark his final performances as a dancer in a full-length piece. The production,...

London witnesses a spectacular display of collaborative culture at the Independence Gala to celebrate UK-India Year of Culture

The deep cultural ties, partnership and the long relationship between India and the UK over the past 70 years was marked on last Wednesday at the Independence Gala in London's Royal Festival Hall, with a richly diverse showcase of the very finest...

Indian-Israeli actress to star in Casualty

Nicole Abraham, has just bagged herself a role in BBC One's emergency medical drama series, Casualty. This was followed by her stint in another medical drama, Doctors.

Anita Rani leaves Strictly Come Dancing

The TV presenter of the show Countryfile, Anita Rani, had made it to the semi-finals of Strictly Come Dancing, however failed to reach the finals as the Radio 3 presenter, Katie Derham, and her dance partner, Anton du Beke secured a place in...

Shankar's sitar to go on display in British Museum

Pandit Ravi Shankar's Sitar that he played in the 1960s, is to go on display on Friday 10 November as part of a phased renovation of the museum's Asia galleries. It will be displayed near the ancient statues of Hindu Gods and show how Indian...

London witnesses a spectacular display of collaborative culture at the Independence Gala to celebrate UK-India Year of Culture

The deep cultural ties, partnership and the long relationship between India and the UK over the past 70 years was marked on last Wednesday at the Independence Gala in London's Royal Festival Hall, with a richly diverse showcase of the very finest...

Brick Lane Circle launches pilot project book, “Knowing One Another”

On Monday 20th April 2015, the Rich Mix in Bethnal Green played host to the Brick Lane Circle, where they launched the book, “Knowing One Another” under their publication and funded by the Big Lottery Fund. There are several authors who have contributed towards the content of the book, looking at diverse cultural attributes and traits, ranging from backgrounds such as Ugandan, Pakistani and Moroccan.


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