‘Mughal-e-Azam’, one of Indian cinema’s most iconic films, marks its 60th anniversary on August 5 with the film’s screenplay granted the special privilege of being admitted to the Oscars library in Hollywood.
When a Global Indian dancer decided to make the most of his love for Bhangra and staying active during the coronavirus lockdown by offering free Bhangracise sessions online three times a week, it resulted in catching the attention of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
It was in October 2019 that the UK’s Royal Mint was tasked with exploring how Mahatma Gandhi can be honoured with a commemorative coin to mark his 150th birth anniversary year. And, that mission has once again hit the headlines as a new campaign to promote more ethnic minority figures on British coinage received the backing of UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak.
Vichaar Manthan’s Sustainable Narratives conference covered a host of topics, including sustainable wealth creation. The panel included Jamie Whyte, Liberal Economist and Former Director of Research at the Institute for Economic Affairs; Harsh Gupta, Chief Investment Officer at the Ashika Group; and Eric Lonergan, Macro-Hedge Fund Manager and Economist. The discussion was chaired by Dr Sachin Nandha, CEO of private equity firm Pillbox Capital and National Co-ordinator for Vichaar Manthan UK.
As the UK government’s Eat Out to Help Out Scheme formally kicks off this month, ‘iGlobal’ returns with its own series of yet another mouth-watering option to choose from.
Director Chhabra stirs a tidal wave of emotions with his new movie ‘Dil Bechara’, swan song of the late Sushant Singh Rajput. Releasing on Hotstar less than two months after the actor’s untimely and shocking demise, there were bound to be all eyes on his final cinematic performance.
The first-ever annual India Day at the UK Parliament was launched by India Inc. last year, with senior parliamentarians, Global Indian business chiefs and cultural ambassadors joining in for a special event within the House of Lords complex by the river Thames.
A text-messaging intervention, on top of normal care, can be a safe, clinically promising, feasible tool to provide support to people with serious mental illness, according to a new study.