Govt to decide on planning appeal for Ambedkar museum

The Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government Robert Jenrick MP has recovered an appeal concerning the future of the Dr Ambedkar Museum in North London

Balidan divas, 30 years in exile for Kashmiri Hindu Pandits

On Saturday 14th September, at the Zoroastrian Centre, the Kashmiri Pandit Cultural Society (KPCS) commemorated the 30th anniversary of the mass extermination of Kashmiri Hindu Pandits from the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The event marked the...

PM Modi addresses Namami Devi Narmade Mahotsav

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a huge public gathering in Kevadia, Gujarat

Appointment of six MLAs as advisers to Amarinder challenged

The appointments of six MLAs as political and planning advisers to Chief Minister Amrinder Singh in the ranks of cabinet minister and a minister of state were challenged before the Punjab and Haryana High Court

Imran’s partyman ‘insecure’ in Pak, seeks India asylum

Baldev Kumar, a member of Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has sought asylum in India saying that he felt threatened and insecure in Pakistan

UN chief asks India, Pak to settle Kashmir bilaterally

UN secretary general Antonio Guterres, who has had contacts with the leadership in India and Pakistan, was “very concerned about any potential escalation” between the two countries over Kashmir and “appeals to both sides to deal with the issue...

Amidst immigration debates running for the last few weeks, a plan of stricter border control, by the Labour party which may lead to the recruitment of 1,000 more border and immigration enforcement staff, has faced severe backlash by the Home...

A High Court in London made legal history when it banned two Birmingham-based men, aged 27 and 31, who were suspected of sexual predation, from approaching girls under the age of 18. This was facilitated by the use of a civil injunction in lieu...

Female business owners across the country will benefit from additional mentoring support, Women and Equalities Minister Jo Swinson has announced on Tuesday evening, at the British Bankers' Association (BBA)2014 Mentorsme Awards for Excellence...

British aid charity 'Islamic Relief', who have been enlisted to work on £12.5 million valued projects with the Department for International Development,...

The world celebrates 25 years of the fall of the Berlin Wall, this year. During my visit to the city on this weekend, it was a pleasant surprise to see a bust of Mahatma Gandhi, in a Museum at the Checkpoint Charlie- a point of control between...



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