The Bengal Heritage Foundation to install Dwarkanath Tagore's bust in London

The Bengal Heritage Foundation together with the Friends of Kensal Green is commemorating the life of Prince Dwarkanath Tagore for the first time by inaugurating his bust on 11 August 2018, at Kensal Green cemetery, in north-west of London,...


Noble laureate Dr. Amartya Sen has been conferred the Lifetime Achievement Award at The Bengal's Pride Awards on the evening of 6 th June at the House of Commons. 

Britain’s Got Indian talent

The Amazing Little Stars, a group of talented young artists, returned to stage by public demand for their latest concert.

Student offered £4 as compensation for 'choking hazard' flake

In an incident reported by the Daily Mail, a student found a six-inch-long cornflake in his Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Cornflake packet. Hinay lad, 22, who is studying healthcare at Queen Mary University of London, opened his cereal packet and discovered...


Last weekend changed the history of Ireland and gifted its women what they deserved years ago. The key to the revolution was an Indian dentist who died after being denied a termination of pregnancy in 2012. The country's campaign for abortion...

Hero Cycle’s UK-operation to sponsor 2018 StreetVelodrome tour

The world’s biggest bicycle manufacturer, Indian-owned Hero Cycles has announced that its Manchester headquartered UK-operation will be the headline sponsor of this year’s StreetVelodrome tour.

770,000 people in England unable to speak English well

In an interview, the communities secretary, Sajid Javid revealed that 770,000 people living in England speak little or no English at all, and warned that up to 70% of them are women from the Bangladeshi and Pakistani communities.

Sigma sponsors transformation of Community Pharmacy 2025 vision

A donation from Sigma Pharmaceuticals plc is funding a three year PhD scholarship aimed at developing a coherent and transformative vision for English community pharmacy in 2025. The project has already begun in the Department of Pharmacy and...

More than half of all applicants for 'Tier 2' UK visa or traditionally known as work-permit have been rejected in recent months, including 2300 applications from doctors and nearly 2000 IT professionals were rejected, according to official figures.

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