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.

Subarna Banerjee

Subarna Banerjee is a audit partner at UHY Hacker Young, a leading accounting firm in the City of London

Gracie Mae Bradley

Gracie Mae Bradley is a human rights campaigner and sometime writer

Book Review: A British Subject

At any point over the last twenty years my friend Dolar Popat could have released a book worthy of our collective attention. With a moving foreword by David Cameron, Dolar uses this book to outline his love and affection for the country he is...

Temples, Charity, and the Kutchi Community

The month of July has begun and brings with it new hope for the future. I sense optimism in the air and possibilities of everything good. The Shree Swaminarayan Temple Willesden is set to celebrate the Shree Hari Krishna Mahotsav and grand opening...

The Housing Crisis this Christmas: 300,000 People Need a Home

At a time when family, community and a roaring fire are the comforts of the season, many urgently need shelter and the  basic necessities that can be taken for granted by those of us preparing for the festive period. The housing crisis remains...

Executor made personally liable for £340,000 tax bill

In the recent case of Glyne T Harris as Personal Representative of Helena Norma McDonald (deceased) v HRMC (2018), Mr Harris, was found liable for a tax bill of £341,279. 

Lala Lajpat Rai, a Great Patriot

Lala Lajpat Rai, one of the chief leaders of the Indian Independence Movement, was born on 28 January1865 in Punjab

The Rise and fall of East India Company

The empire was won not on the strength of military superiority, but as a result of the cunning of a corporate house that was helped along by amoral Indian bankers who financed its operations. 

Living Bridge

Diwali celebration in London is so elaborated that one may not miss India. We attended two celebrations on the day of Diwali: Anoopam Mission and Bhakti Dham Manor, Stanmore.

Representing India

Recently two rallies arrived from India to UK, travelling through a number of countries. One was a motorcar rally and another was a bike rally, both from Gujarat.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi stirred quite the hornet's nest with his visit to the United States. However, I wouldn't say it's unprecedented. With NaMo, he creates his own protocol and he makes his own mark. The leader addressed over 50,000...

Some local residents may have been concerned after reading that the North West London Collaboration of CCGs – which includes Brent – have written a letter to the local GPs

Gracie Mae Bradley is a human rights campaigner and sometime writer. She is currently Policy and Campaigns Manager at the human rights NGO Liberty, where she works to defend civil liberties across policing, immigration, counter-terror and surveillance. 

Stephen Frears (Philomena, The Queen) directs this well-meaning tale of the unlikely inter-generational friendship between Queen Victoria (Judi Dench, regal as ever and clearly having a blast) and an Indian servant named Abdul Karim (Ali Fazal)



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