Saturday, April 29, 2017

Thousands Rocked by Death of Birmingham Humanitarian

Birmingham was recently rocked by news after the sudden passing of a charity founder, the founder of Jannat ul Firdous, or Helping Little Angels, had been battling cancer for years whilst operating her charity, and passed away on Good...

IBS: The Unopen Secret

For those who suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS, which is an estimated 10-15% of the global population, it's an uphill battle often marred by uncertainty, stress and pain. In the  UK, approximately nine million people suffer from...
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Finding Fatimah Film Review – Love in the Digital Era

“Did you cheat on her, beat her or both?” this is just one of the many stereotypes that rom-com film Finding Fatimah’s male protagonist, divorcee Shahid, is faced with on his journey to find his soulmate. Oz Arshad’s directorial takes...

Viral Suffiyah Khan Reunites with Woman She Saved

The British Muslim girl Saffiyah Khan, whose image of her coolly staring down a belligerent EDL member went viral, has met the girl who she was protecting during the incident. The EDL march in Birmingham was attended by hundreds upon...

Brummy Sikh Honoured with Pride of Birmingham Award

Randhir Singh Heer first began the The Midlands Langar Seva Society four years ago and has since seen it evolve and expand to seventeen cities across the UK. The Seva Society is well known throughout Birmingham for its open kitchen at...

British Sikh Man Attacked for Defending Polish Boy Commended

A British Sikh man is being hailed by the Polish community in the UK and in Poland for his heroic acts to save a young boy from a violent gang. Amo Singh, a shopkeeper from Stroud, Gloucestershire, was defending a...

EDL Co-Founder in Confrontation with Extremely British Muslim Stars

Two television stars who starred in the Channel 4 documentary Extremely British Muslims accosted Tommy Robinson, the outspoken and well known co-founder of the English Defence League, or EDL. Robinson, who was filming for a TV show on Stratford Road,...

Akshay Kumar & Indian Gvmt Launch ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ App For Martyred Soldiers

Indian film megastar Akshay Kumar is known for his patriotism not only on screen but off, as he regularly lends his voice in support of martyred soldiers and their families, contributing towards their family’s financial aid. In a unique and...

Music that rings and reminds us of our history

Well-known and aspiring artists from across England last night showcased their talents as part of a vibrant South Asian music festival. The Birmingham Thyagaraja Festival, which this year coincides with the UK-India Year of Culture, saw aspiring singers, musicians and...

Two thirds of young people in the West Midlands are locked out of jobs...

Key statistics 63% of young people in the West Midlands don’t apply for certain jobs because they don’t think they’ll be seen as the ‘right’ kind of person for the role 32% say their ethnicity is a factor in securing a...