Friday, October 19, 2018

‘The Gandhi Murder’ tells the history of assassination

LONDON: October 2nd and January 30th, are two of India’s most important dates, marking the birth and death of the ‘Father of India – Mahatma Gandhi’. This year, the 2nd of October, known as Gandhi...

PC Nadeem earns respect for his brave action

BIRMINGHAM: An heroic police officer who dived into the freezing waters of the River Irwell to save a man in distress has reached the finals of the Amplifon Awards for Brave Britons. PC Mohammed...

Yasir Khan dies in dangerous Burnley driving

BURNLEY: Yasir Khan, 23, from Burnley, died after a silver Mazda 6 containing three men collided with a lamppost on Colne Road close to the junction with Jackson Street around 1.25am on Saturday (September 29). According to...

Cambridge plans to recruit poorer students

LONDON: Cambridge University is to open its doors to students from disadvantaged backgrounds who show great potential but have not met the entry grades. Under the plan, some students who have faced "educational challenge"...

Sajjad Karim demands for removal of Islamophobic parliamentary poster

LONDON: Sajjad Karim MEP has urged the European Parliament’s President to remove an Islamophobic poster being used as part of its 2019 election campaign on migration. Mr Karim - who is the Vice President...

Malala’s photograph unveiled at National Gallery in London

LOONDON: Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai says she hopes her image will serve as an inspiration for girls "fighting for change" as a photograph of the girls' education activist was unveiled at the...

Jail disturbance, intolerable working conditions in UK

LONDON: Jail staff in England and Wales are employed in the most violent and hostile workplace in western Europe, the head of the Prison Officers Association (POA) has claimed. POA national chairman Mark Fairhurst...

Number of terrorists brought to justice reaches ten-year high in UK

LONDON: The number of terrorists brought to justice nationally following Counter Terrorism Policing (CTP) investigations has reached its highest level in nearly ten years, according to the latest Home Office statistics. A total of...

I-Voting: Registered overseas Pakistanis may cast their votes on October 14 bye-elections

ISLAMABAD: Registered overseas Pakistanis would be able to cast their vote in bye-elections in 37 constituencies on October 14. Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) had extended the date for registration of overseas Pakistanis from...

World Bank says Indo-Pak trade stands $2bn but can jump to $37bn

ISLAMABAD: India and Pakistan have merely scratched the surface of their bilateral trade potential, as a World Bank report released on Monday estimates that trade between the two countries today is a mere $2...