Leading playwrights to contribute to auction supporting refugees

Leading UK playwrights Tanika Gupta and Anupama Chandrasekhar are making a significant contribution by donating first editions of their work to an historic auction aimed at raising funds to support refugees in the UK.

“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. 

“Labour party will reach out to the Hindu community in Leicester East to work with them”: Parliamentary candidate Rajesh Agrawal

The Indian diaspora and business communities in the UK are familiar with Rajesh Agrawal, the former Deputy Mayor of Business in London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s team. He transformed London into a leading investment hub for India, despite the Brexit...

CF India hosts fundraiser dinner in Brum

Conservative MP Dean Russell told attendees at a fundraising dinner in Birmingham, “When Labour see a problem, they exploit it. When we see a problem, we fix it”. The event was organised by Edgbaston Conservatives in partnership with Conservative...

Leading EdTech business launches franchise in the UK following recent global success

The British Youth International College (BYITC), the Glasgow-headquartered but globally operating educational technology (EdTech) business, has launched its successful franchise model in the UK. 

University of Glasgow project investigating the effects of Covid-19

A project at the University of Glasgow that is aiming to better understand the effects that Covid-19 infection has on blood vessels and blood pressure has received a grant of £250,000 from national charity Heart Research UK.

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...

Asians are an important part of British society, yet when it comes to voicing your opinions, there tends to be a shortage of Asians who get their thoughts across in the media.

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.



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