Remembering the Finsbury Park attack

On 21st May, Tuesday, two years from the Finsbury Park terrorist attack, Jeremy Corbyn, parliamentarians, faith and community leaders joined the neighbourhood for a community street iftar. The two local mosques, Finsbury Park, Muslim Welfare...

Charities feed the vulnerable in Yemen as UN warns of suspending aid

Yemen has been infested with war for over 1,500 days now with scores of children dying in the midst of the world's “worst humanitarian disaster”. While the face-off between the Iranian backed Houthi rebels and the Saudi supported Yemeni Government...

India wins yet again, says Modi as NDA heads for landslide victory

With the BJP headed for a landslide victory in the Lok Sabha polls, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said India has won again and together with everyone, a strong and inclusive nation will be built

Modi marches on

Exit polls unanimously projected a big win for the Modi government with the NDA securing a majority, though there were differences on whether or not the BJP would cross the halfway mark on its own in the Lok Sabha

Many of the 14,500 Indian soldiers wounded in the battlefields of Europe in World War I, were admitted to the Royal Pavillion in Brighton, which was turned into a hospital. Those who died, the Sikhs and the Hindus, were cremated on the Brighton...

London: Britain's intelligence agency is harnessing the minds of more than 100 dyslexic and dyspraxic spies to combat terrorism and foreign espionage. Using their ability to analyse complex information in a “dispassionate, logical and analytical”...

London: Britain's intelligence agency is harnessing the minds of more than 100 dyslexic and dyspraxic spies to combat terrorism and foreign espionage. Using their ability to analyse complex information in a “dispassionate, logical and analytical”...



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