Baroness Warsi Returns To Politics

Her Focus Lies Clearly On The Issues In The Middle East Lady Warsi returned to the public gaze in an open and frank conversation with an audience at the City Circle forum. Since her dramatic exit from Cabinet Lady...

Mayhem at Kashmir ‘Million March’

Crowds Turn Hostile At Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's Attendance A protest organised by a UK-based group of Pakistan supporters was forced to disperse when chaos descended amongst the few hundred people that had gathered in the heart of London.The rally, organised...

Umair Aziz Jailed for Deliberately Driving into Pedestrian

Sentenced to a Total of Five Years A man who deliberately drove a pedestrian down in the street has been jailed.   On Friday, 10 October at Kingston Crown Court, Umair Aziz 28(12/09/1992) of Hazel Close, Brentford, Middx was sentenced to a...

Foreign criminal checks

Report suggests failures to check the criminal records of foreign offenders “Appalling” errors in the Home Office have been brought to light after it was revealed that seven out of ten foreign suspects had criminal records in their native countries. A...

Amarpal Harrar on The Kitchen

Amarpal Harrar overcomes Parkinsons on TV show The Kitchen Reality show The Kitchen gives us a glimpse into eight different families’ kitchens as we see their unique meal times. Created by the same team behind Gogglebox it showcases, in BBC2’s...

Sikh Soldiers Honoured

The Sikh Awards Honoured Community Heroes, Sports Stars and Public Figures The fifth annual The Sikh Awards took place on Saturday, a lavish event held at the Plaza Hotel Westminster Bridge at which The Asian Today were in attendance. Among...

The Performance of a Lifetime

School Children Get Chance to Perform at Royal Albert Hall On 10 November, nearly 700 children from the Parkinson Lane Community Primary School and Calderdale Music Service in Halifax will take to the world’s most famous stage for the...

Forced Labour Girl Awarded Compensation

Landmark Case Hands £100,000 to Victim PA: A deaf and mute girl treated as a virtual slave and kept in a cellar in Salford after being trafficked into Britain has been awarded more than £100,000 from her wealthy tormentors for...

NATIONAL LANGAR WEEK

A BID TO HIGHLIGHT BRITISH SIKH CONTRIBUTION Having been in the news recently with their immense and celebrated contribution for Britain in WW1, how much do Brits really know about Sikhs?   National Langar Week which runs between the 1st and...

Blair Promotes Religious Tolerance

Ex-PM Calls For Elimination of Religious Extremism Through Education Ex Prime Minister Tony Blair has called for the elimination of religious extremism through the process of education. He has proposed a global consensus to teach the younger generation to respect all...