Breaking the class ceiling at Oxbridge universities

“I am always plagued with the imposter syndrome where I constantly ask myself if I belonged at Oxford because everyone else appeared smarter in comparison. This feeling of not belonging at University often stems from the fact that people often came from...

Haberdashers' Boys ace the A levels

On Thursday, 15th August as students across the UK picked up their A level results, the Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School’s pupils rejoiced their achievements with A* and A grades in all subject areas.

Floods continue to ravage India, death toll crosses more than 1,000

After heavy rainfalls pummelled southern India, the monsoon mayhem continues to wreck havoc in the northern region, including Jammu, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Punjab

Some in West Bengal mark ‘I-Day’ on Aug 18

While India celebrates its Independence Day on 15 August some areas in West Bengal bordering Bangladesh celebrate their day of independence three days later on 18 August

Pakistan rebuffed at UNSC meet on Kashmir

The UN Security Council held a rare closed-door meeting on Kashmir which was concluded without any outcome or statement from the powerful 15-nation UN organ

India, Bhutan sign 10 MoUs during PM Modi's visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two day visit to Thimphu affirmed India's Neighbourhood First’ policy and a long-standing tradition between India and Bhutan

It goes without saying that Asians have an integral part in the contemporary British society, and with the number of Asian MPs candidates preparing to be a part of the 2015 elections in May, it only reiterates the importance Asians have, especially...

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