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Tribunal throws controversial lawyer Soophia Khan out of legal profession

A controversial civil liberties lawyer who “dishonestly” settled the claims of two former clients without their consent, has been struck off the solicitors’ roll...

Visas to Indian students in UK more than double

Visas granted to Indian nationals to study at universities in the UK have more than doubled over the past year, according to official statistics...

British Sikh woman’s honour killing story hits UK TV screens

A high-profile honour killing case of a British Sikh woman who was taken to India by her UK-based family and then killed in Punjab...

New police unit to monitor prison drones in UK

The UK has set up a new specialist police unit to monitor growing incidents of unmanned drones  dropping contrabands like drugs and mobile phones...

Swaminarayan School in UK announces closure by July 2019

One of the UK's well-known privately-run Hindu faith schools here has announced its closure from July next year due to increasing regulatory requirements, declining...

Awards celebrate Asian business success

    HOTELS and healthcare, restaurants, retail and investment banking – the best of British Asian enterprise was celebrated at the annual Asian Business Awards in...

Ex-minister Nusrat Ghani who claimed ‘Muslimness’ behind her sacking inducted into Liz Truss government

  Nusrat Ghani, the Muslim Conservative member of the parliament (MP) from Wealden who was allegedly sacked as transport minister in the past because of...

8 ‘bad habits’ that are actually good for your health

  We all have bad habits which could occasionally make us feel guilty. But here’s some interesting news – some of our bad habits or...

Birmingham Labour councillor apologises for ‘anti-semitic’ remarks, says ‘There is no place for racism...

  A Labour councillor of Birmingham has apologised for her historic anti-Semitic comments on social media. In her Facebook messages, Shabina Bano had accused waste collector...

Former British spy who infiltrated Al-Qaida accuses Edinburgh school of discriminating against her daughter

A spy, whose undercover operations helped thwart several al-Qaeda terror attacks, has accused a prominent Scottish school of discriminating against his daughter. Aimen Dean, a...