Mango: king of all fruits

A particular fruit is designated as the national fruit of a country when it fulfills some key fundamental requirements. It must represent a powerful facet of the cultural attributes that a country wants to convey to the world. 

Bundle of joy

Her Majesty the Queen again became a great-grand mother this month. Our congratulations to her on the birth of her great grand son, Rys Evans Mountbatten. We must concede that the baby has taken birth with a silver spoon in his mouth. He will have every happiness that life has to offer. 

While no one can deny that noble cause these dedicated Environments are fighting for is one of the most important issues of the 21st century confronting humanity. But their tactics, to block roads and bridges, tube stations or Heathrow airport,...

Although we all knew about massacre of innocent Indian people by an overzealous British officer, TV programmes to mark century of this tragic event, “Jallianwala Bagh Massacre” has revealed some interesting but disturbing character of British...

One of our relative Shri Chandubhai Patel (home town Vaso, India) of Norbury, London passed away a few weeks ago in his early eighties due to health issues. He lived a simple life and fulfilled all his responsibilities towards his family and...

As old age creeps on us, we find that gradually we tend to forget things. The first thing we notice is that we find it difficult to put names to faces. We struggle to remember people’s names or other important things about them. Then forgetfulness...

Terrorism is getting crueller each day with serial blasts taking place all over the world. The recent one was in Sri Lanka that took place on Easter Sunday when people were in Church praying. Unless and until the terrorists are beheaded in full...

The horrendous tragedy that struck and killed innocent people who were engaged in prayers on Easter Sunday is most depressing and devastating. Over 325 people have lost their lives and whilst they were predominantly Christians there were also...

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