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    A Look At A Traditional Christian Wedding Ceremony

    There are many branches and denominations of Christianity and as such wedding ceremonies have some differences between them. Chances are that you have come across a traditional Christian wedding in the UK, whether it be through a television show,...

    Do We Have an Integration Problem?

    Public Responds to David Cameron’s Speech In a keynote speech, Prime Minister David Cameron set out a five-year government plan to tackle radicalisation and extremist ideology. Speaking in Birmingham, Mr Cameron said the issue had become a “struggle for...
    Work Play Fit

    The opportunity to work together.

    It has been a year of political upset and unexpected news. The UK, perhaps more than anywhere else, has been left reeling after the twin shocks of Brexit and Trump, events that have revealed an appetite for people to...

    JAZZ UP YOUR HOME THIS DIWALI

    By Kiran Singh Diwali - the festival of lights, celebration of happiness and homecoming of the Goddess Lakshmi - begins with decorating and beautifying your surroundings, especially your home. But if you have been too busy to renovate your place,...

    Food enthusiasts share their family favourites with Asda this Ramadan

    With a few weeks to the onset of Ramadan, people start looking for inspiration for their Iftars and want meal ideas their families can enjoy and bond over. Ramadan is observed across the globe and many flavours can be...

    Bollywood 2009

    Manish Gajjar previews the year ahead2008 has been a dreadful year for Bollywood seeing no significant box office gains except for the historic epic Jodhaa Akbar, Abbas-Mustaan’s suspense thriller, Race and comedy Singh Is Kinng reaching the 1 million...

    Swipe Right And Meet Other British Asians On Desee

    Desee Dating App aspires to bring together South Asians living around the world to connect and meet with like-minded people that share a common yet diverse cultural and traditional background. Never before have our lives been so dependent on technology...

    To Vote or not to Vote? An Islamic Perspective

    Sheikh Abu Eesa Niamatullah - Why your vote matters at the 2010 General ElectionPARTICIPATING in the British electoral system has frequently been a bone of contention amongst many within the Muslim community. Whilst many mosques actively promote voting and consider...

    Memories Revisited

    Why British Sikh’s will never forget the horrors of 1984BRITISH Sikhs have vowed never to forget, never to forget those who were killed, and never forget the moment the Indian government turned on its own people. Twenty-five years ago...

    A Guide To Raksha Bandhan

    Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival that celebrates the bond of sisters and brothers and remind one another how important they are too eachother. It's a time of giving gifts, prayers & showing affection & love to siblings. Here’s everything you...