HEADLINE STORY

HEADLINE STORY

Cricket made more inclusive and diverse post Azeem Rafiq racism scandal, claims ECB

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said it has taken key steps to review and improve its policies to become more inclusive, establishing...

‘Sikh community is invisible to policy makers’, says Preet Kaur Gill MP

  British Sikh MP Preet Kaur Gill has said that the ONS decision not to include Sikhs as a legally protected ethnicity has relegated them...

New study finds gaps in ethnicity research in maternal care

  The NHS Race and Health Observatory has been calling for the development of a central data repository to map improvements around reducing poor outcomes...

Indian ‘plogger’ starts 30 city clean-up tour of UK

  An Indian environmentalist who won a special award from then prime minister Boris Johnson has started a 30 city clean-up tour across UK. Vivek Gurav...

‘Short Man Syndrome’ or ‘Napoleon Complex’ is Real – Scientists say

  Scientists at a Polish University claim that shorter men have psychopathic and narcissistic tendencies that help them to appear more powerful despite their lack...

US: Family of Texas entrepreneur fatally shot by police say he wasn’t given enough...

Entrepreneur Rajan Moonesinghe was not given reasonable time to respond to the police order to drop his gun before he was shot dead in...

King Charles pays obeisance at new Gurdwara in Luton

  King Charles covered his head with a traditional Ramaal headscarf as a gesture of humility and respect when he visited the newly-built Gurdwara in...

More than 10,000 people in UK given defective knee implants

  More than 10,000 patients have been given a faulty knee replacement, thereby doubling the risk of joint failure, the Telegraph reveals. In October, the manufacturer...

India restores e-Visa facilities for UK travellers: ‘Welcome back’, says envoy Doraiswami

  The Indian High Commission in London on Monday announced the reinstating of the electronic visa (e-visa) for UK travellers, a move that will be...

Buckinghamshire school pays tribute to “constantly smiling’ four-year-old boy who died of Strep A

A Buckinghamshire school has paid tribute to its four-year-old pupil who died of Strep A last month as the bacterial infection has resulted in...