Several Indian diaspora organisations have come together to register their strong protest against a new "fringe" Conservative Party group calling for “self-determination” in Kashmir and have issued angry letters to the ruling party headquarters, copies of which have also been sent to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and UK Home Secretary Priti Patel. The protest follows the revival of a so-called “Conservative Friends of Kashmir” group, announced on social media last week by seven Conservative MPs representing constituencies with a [...]
Tarot cards have long been a part of our society, dating as far back as the 15th century. In the modern-day context, these deck of cards being used for the purpose of reading the past, present or future has had a revival of sorts, with a whole new generation of millennials embracing and popularising the technique through social media channels.
The British Indian chief of the UK arm of the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) has triggered a major shake-up at the UN charity with his resignation just months after taking charge of the post after raising bullying concerns against a senior.
A prominent British Indian Oxford University academic, Professor Sunetra Gupta, leads a group of over 30 academics who have expressed their doubts over the UK government’s lockdown approach to tackling a dreaded second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
British Indian surgeon Ajith George, working with a colleague, has created an innovative new Covid-safe face mask to protect fellow ear, nose and throat (ENT) medics from coronavirus infections in the line of duty.
It has been 10 years since Professor Atul Shah travelled 1,500 miles across the length and breadth of the UK celebrating British...
Britain’s World War II spy, Noor Inayat Khan, has become the first woman of Indian heritage to be honoured with a memorial Blue Plaque at her former family home in central London.
The British Indian and Jewish Association (BIJA), formerly known as the Indian Jewish Association, will be exploring the lives...
The UK General Election on December 12 will determine the course of the country’s history in many ways, not least in the context of its relationship with Europe and the wider world. One group that holds many of the cards, voters with their roots in the Indian sub-continent, can no longer be expected to vote predictably – either for Labour or Conservatives. Highlights: The first ever survey of British Indian Voter intentions ahead of the December General Elections confirmed some traditionally held notions but also helped bust many myths. Nearly 47 per cent British Indians in [...]
The first-ever India Inc. survey of voter intentions confirms the obvious dealignment of British Indians from the UK’s Labour Party; what is less obvious is where these votes will finally go, writes India Inc. Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa. Winston Churchill famously described politics as the ability to foretell what is going to happen tomorrow, next week, next month and next year; and then to have the ability afterwards to explain why it didn't happen. The landmark India Inc. Optimus [...]