In Defence of the Faith - My Hate Speech

The irresponsibility in this day and age, to exploit religious differences where none exist is both negligent and dangerous. ITV have done this by putting young Hindu adolescents in harm’s way. The idea that a TV channel would inflame any part of the world, particularly Britain, for selling TV viewers should be criminal offence – wait, it is – incitement to hatred.

Not Just Former Former Foreign Secretary - British interests compromised by former government officials based on documents supplied by ex-British intelligence

Former Ministers, and especially Prime Ministers should never ever be allowed to work for foreign agents. Pure and simple. Otherwise they damage British interests.

One to one with Keith Vaz: Rita Chandarana

Rita Chandarana is regarded as one of the rising stars of the Events Industry. She is an experienced Commercial Director in the Industry with particular interest in Operations, Strategic planning and Logistics. Having successfully developed...

One to One with Keith Vaz: Alpa Soni

Alpa Soni graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University with a BA (hons) in International Business and is a qualified CeMap certified broker. She has lived and worked across the globe facilitating new starts up in South Africa, UK and India.

Jyoti Shah, Macmillan Consultant Urological Surgeon

Some doctors are born into medical families; some feel a “calling.” Jyoti Shah felt the latter. A second generation Gujarati, both her comprehensive school and her family had never produced a doctor. Today Jyoti is a Macmillan Consultant Urological...

Vegetable Forward and East Asian Cooking with Jay Morjaria

It takes guts to open a vegetarian cooking school in a society that is still highly carnivorous. One innovative chef chose to do this. Jay Morjaria founded Sutra Kitchen in Carnaby Street when there were no vegetarian- centred cooking schools...

A robot has taken over my kitchen

About three weeks ago, we received two bundles of joy. One that has been keeping us awake at nights with innumerable diaper changing and feeding sessions, while the other has made our lives easier by taking over our kitchen.

Welcoming Goddess Durga abode

London's rich multi-cultural environment gives you exposure to various festivals, celebrations and events. While it is Diwali on the square one day, it is Eid celebrations another. And it is almost time for Christmas now. Speaking of Christmas,...

Immigration and landlords

Yet another Immigration Bill is currently going through Parliament. This is an opportunity for concerns to be raised before it becomes enshrined in law.

Small Mercies

There is so much to be thankful for. As human beings we moan and we groan about often trivial things. When you consider what is happening with the migrant crisis it is easy to dismiss it as something ' out there' which doesn’t affect your day to day life and threatens to cost you money as a taxpayer.

India China: The Race is On

Over 30 years ago, the Far Eastern Economic Review from Hong Kong published a 5 part series on ‘the race between a hare and a tortoise’, focussing on the India-China competitive situation at that stage.The race has really begun now- especially...

As I See It

As I See it

Time the World Woke Up

As the world woke up on Wednesday 9th November, people got a shock of the century.  Or did they?  I accept the shock was real for the establishment both in the US, as well as many western countries.  It was a shock for the paid liberal media that had thrown everything at Trump to destroy him, and they failed.  Yes, it was also a shock for the pollsters who frankly have still not learnt a simple lesson, the world paradigm has changed and therefore their traditional models just don’t work any longer. ...

BREXIT – People's Verdict?

On Saturday the Prime Minister announced the date for the EU Referendum to be 23rd June 2016. This followed what can only be called one of the most demanding and exhaustive EU wide diplomatic campaign by any British PM ever. PM Cameron has proved to be a man of his word. He promised a referendum and that is exactly what we got. He promised a series of measures the EU would have to agree to before he would put his name to the ‘in’ campaign – and by any measure you have to conclude he has become the...

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