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. 

I have been following British politics for the last 50 years, since 1968 when we moved to London from Tanzania. Although national politics has changed beyond recognition, one common factor has remained unchanged, that is to oppose the government...

Throughout his time as an MP I feel Virendra Sharma has represented his community to the best of his ability and deserves our full support especially considering what the country is currently facing with Brexit.

After the spate of acid attacks which are thankfully on the vane due to harsh punishments being meted out to the culprits, the incidents of moped riders snatching bags or other valuables from people walking on the pavements had gone up dramatically....

Britain is indeed a small nation, yet it is the most densely populated nation in Europe, overtaking Netherland and third in the world, after Japan and Bangladesh, discounting minor nations like Singapore, Monaco. Moreover part of Britain, Wales...

NHS is facing new crisis of cancer patients doctor shortages, more lawsuits as waiting lists grow, decline in mental workforce, and failure to meet the ever increasing demand on its services.

The past few days have been a catastrophe for airline industry all over the world, particularly in India. The 2 fatal air crashes within 6 months, killing hundreds of passengers as also the crew, made it mandatory for all the airlines to ground...

Minister for Hunger in supposedly one of the richest nation with fifth largest economy may sound absurd. But in reality Britain may not be listed in top twenty nations if prosperity is based on living standard and personal disposable income,...

The first day of the month of April is called ‘All Fools’ Day’ or ‘April Fool’s Day’. On this day, people take delight in playing practical jokes on each other. 



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