'Attacker' shot outside Houses of Parliament

Witnesses reported massive scenes of panic outside Westminster Hall, when a 4x4 vehicle crashed into railings nearby. The reports were followed by news of several people being hit by a car on Westminster Bridge when gunfire was opened.

Bin cleaning company takes first prize at Harrow business event

Harrow’s business community celebrated in style last week at the most successful Business Den competition yet. It was a pressure-washing specialist who cleaned up on the night, taking away the top prize in the Dragon’s Den style contest.

Amir Khan sacks dad, uncle and best man amid family feud

Amir Khan has dropped his dad as part of his overhaul of his management team. The move from the boxer comes as he aims to keep his boxing and family separate for the sake of his career and his marriage.

Flying the flag for females

A “Pink Lohri Festival” brought together over 200 women in Birmingham last Sunday. Organised by the Sikh Women’s Action Network, or SWAN, the theme was to celebrate the birth of girls.

Lack of Muslim integration worries Britain

Muslim communities live isolated lives, even after being decades in Britain, a government adviser has warned. Dame Louise Casey, the government's cohesion tsar gathered evidence which reveals that Muslims keep marrying foreign wives, leading...

Indian government delegates organise interactive meet in London

A senior Government of India delegation led by Hon’ble Minister Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, and other Government of India dignitaries organized an interactive meet for Discovered Small Field Bid Round 2016 in...

Have a free and frugal family day out in South London

London may be notorious for its pricey lifestyle, but a day out in South London doesn’t necessarily have to cost a fortune. This feature presents a brief history of a few key areas in South London, their population statistics, important places...

Minister tries to woo back Indian students

UK Universities and Science Minister Jo Johnson highlighted his commitment to attract more Indian students to come to the UK to study.

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