India's interest

How is UK letting Pakistani and Khalistani people clash with Indians outside a certain embassy?

Period poverty

It was shocking to read about period poverty in the UK. I have grown up in the UK, lived here for 45 years of my life and I had no idea that such povert exists!

There was a time, not long ago, when Women’s Day would come and go without drawing much attention in media. How the time has changed! No serious, popular newspaper could now afford to ignore this very important day. One reason is the popularity...

Obesity has become an epidemic in this 21st century. It is ironical that in poor countries people die of malnutrition and hunger while in rich nations people are dying on account of obesity related illnesses. Obesity is now acknowledged as the...

When Narendra Modi took over reign of Gujarat, he changed the course and fortune of the State, making Gujarat hub of industrial development, removing red tape that frustrated industrialists who wanted to move to Gujarat. This was common problem...

I think excessive media coverage of rising knife crime might actually be encouraging attention-seekers to carry on stabbing. Maybe twisted individuals get a kick out of seeing the results of their appalling acts on television or splashed across...

We understand from media reports that knife crime in this country is on the increase again.The worrying figures published indicate that the number of knife offences went up by an alrming rate. Last year was London’s bloodiest when 135 people...

On March 8th we celebrated International Women’s Day. It is a day we celebrate how much women have achieved. We celebrate the many ways that women have advanced in various careers and roles as independent, autonomous persons able to strive toward...

The issue of knife crime is on the rise when it should have come down. Knife killings has now become the norm instead of the exception. This situation is unacceptable and a blot on the government for failing to combat it robustly. At present...

I have finally graduated from university. I now have a degree in Journalism. Straight after my graduation I arranged to travel and volunteer in Cambodia. I raised just under £1000 to work with underprivileged children in two schools.

I refer to Shri Dineshbhai’s letter in last week’s AV, “No Freebies” commenting on my letter titled “Reading AV/GS online”. Yes, on most part we share wavelength and support each other. But to differ occasionally is spice of life and that gives...



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