'Pitruvandana' - a virtual tribute to all Fathers

Fathers are the solid foundation of our lives. They are the strength we rely on as we take our first step in the world. Fathers can be tender, tough, fragile or powerful but they are probably the most uncomplicated love we will ever know. Father’s...

Sadiq Khan promises to bring Indian Premier League matches to London

Sadiq Khan has vowed to work hand-in-hand with cricketing authorities to make the Indian Premier League the latest global sports league to stage matches in London.

Lord Woolley becomes the first Black man to head an Oxbridge college

A political and equalities activist has become the first black man to be elected head of an Oxbridge college. Lord Simon Woolley, founding director of campaign group Operation Black Vote, will be the newly elected principal of Cambridge University's...

New hijab trial designed by New Zealand first tried in Leicester

A new hijab designed in New Zealand especially for operational Muslim police officers is being trialled by Leicestershire Police in a first in England.

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.

Coalition to feed children and end starvation in Cowley Hill, Borehamwood

On 27th July, local partners announced a unique collaboration to provide nutritious midday meals to hundreds of children in Cowley Hill, Borehamwood, who are at risk of going hungry during these school summer holidays due to coronavirus.

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...

The code of conduct for MPs prohibits: Paid lobbying (attempts to alter policy) of government or other public bodies; The use of "public resources", including parliamentary premises, for work not carried out as an MP or minister MPs must also...

Approximately 1.4 million Indian soldiers served in World War One, and over 74,000 of them lost their lives. They were mainly from Punjab, the North-West Frontier, Rajasthan and the hills of Garhwal and Nepal. The Queen missed the Remembrance...

While prices of the costliest metal Gold is soaring to all-time high rates, the news of robbers terrorising and sensational robbery at our Indian Jewellery...

Covid-19 has changed the leadership landscape with compassion and empathy, now no longer the management style of ‘nice’ people. As the world inches closer...

With the last-minute changes in the wordings of the climate deal about netzero emissions and coal crisis, as Britain's president of the COP26 climate conference, Alok Sharma emotionally apologised saying that he was ‘deeply sorry’ for this,...

Delhi had rains well into October this year. An unprecedented clean environment was the blessing of October. With Diwali coming early in November, a ban on burning firecrackers was imposed on Diwali.

In the first Investiture ceremony since the pandemic, the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William honoured Marcus Rashford, the Manchester United and England football star who was recognised for his work to ensure children had access to food during...



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