The Gateway to India Review

Today is Indian Independence day, the day that officially marked India’s independence from British Rule in 1947. The Gateway of India is a monument built during the 20th century that symbolises the meeting of these two cultures. The Gateway...

A Mash up of the Pakistani and Indian Anthems

Pakistani & Indian Anthem Mashup goes viral on Pakistani Independence Day Both countries have a complicated history over the Kashmir territory, which they have been clashing over since the 1947 partition. However, People hope that the song will support to increase...

Train Users to be Prosecuted if Caught Putting Feet on Seats or Vaping

London Midland is cracking down on anti-social behaviour on its Birmingham trains with the new railway by-laws. The new regulations, which were introduced on the 7th August, were made in response to complaints the company has received from passengers and...

Hammer Attack on Birmingham Bus After Saying No to Pay Fare.

Majid Sami conducted the frightening charge on the bus in Digbeth only a week after been set a deferred prison sentence. A homeless man who went mad with a claw hammer on a Birmingham bus occupied with travellers has...

Barclaycard Arena to become ‘Arena Birmingham’ from September

The multi-purpose arena's new name will re-brand the 15,800-seater to reflect its location from the 1st September. The likes of John Legend, The Nooran Sisters and The Australian Pink Floyd Show will be the first to perform in the arena...

£85m apartment complex to be built next to Edgbaston

375 flats are to be developed by German Investment Group Patrizia who acquired four acres of land next to the cricket stadium from Warwickshire County Cricket Club and Homes and Communities Agency. Patrizia UK plans to build parking for residents,...

Ex-chair of Islamic school governing board banned from managing schools for “inappropriate conduct”

Waseem Yaqub, who served as chairman of the governing body for Birmingham-based Al-Hijrah school, was banned for engaging in conduct that made him "unsuitable to take part in the management of an independent school". The Department of Education (DfE) issued...

Sikh TV channel accused by watchdog Ofcom of encouraging sex abuse victims to take...

Birmingham-based Sikh Channel received a letter from Ofcom about the drama film they aired entitled “Misused Trust”. The broadcasting regulatory authority had received a complaint about the 50-minute drama, which revolved around the story of young female Sikh student named...

Heartbroken family of ‘devoted dad’ Sajad Hussain issue statement as man charged over stabbing

The relatives of Sajad Hussain have issued a heartfelt statement honouring the ‘loving father’. Meanwhile, police have arrested and charged a 23-year-old man with the murder. Haroon Rafiq of, Tenby Road, Moseley, was arrested on Wednesday and appeared before Birmingham...

Bearded Broz’ named “Scab Army” by Communist Newspaper

The newspaper the Morning Star named “disgusting” after unnecessary violence on guys who cleaned up Small Heath. Good Samaritan civic stars who rented a truck and cleaned their personal roads of maggot-infested bin stacks have been named a ‘scab army’. The...