Four Gaza Universities Rebuilt by Manchester Charity

"Bloodshed and economic sanctions have left the people of Gaza stuck in deprivation and it could never move forward whilst its institutes of higher education lay in ruin.” Human Appeal, a Manchester-based humanitarian aid charity, has completed a project where...

Exclusive Interview with Delhi Dynamos owner, Prashant Agerwal

Last weekend saw history in the making as the Indian Super League club Delhi Dynamos faced off against Premier League club West Bromwich Albion. Despite the Baggies win, 1-0 scored in  the 65th minute, it was a sensational moment...

Dubai Opens World’s First Bollywood Theme Park

It might sound strange, but Dubai has just opened the doors for the world’s first Bollywood theme park. Featuring movie themed rides, attractions and games, the theme park promises to impress both the B-town obsessed and otherwise. The park spans...

Deepika Padukone Crowned Sexiest Asian Woman in the World

Actress Deepika Padukone has added to her rapidly growing list of achievements by being crowned the SEXIEST ASIAN WOMAN IN THE WORLD for the first time. The award-winning movie star dethroned Bollywood rival Priyanka Chopra, who has won the...

Carnage as Pregnant Dancer Shot Dead on Stage at Wedding

A young, pregnant dancer has been killed at a wedding in Bathinda in the Punjab state in Northern India for allegedly refusing to dance with a wedding guest. Kulvinder Kaur was working as a dancer at the wedding of...

The Favoured, The Fallen and the Future

As we wave goodbye to 2016, it is time to reflect on everything the year gave us; from the wonderful to the wacky. We lost many icons in 2016, from actors to musicians to activists and there were many...

The River Ganges: Pure, Polluted And Now Protected

The River Ganges is perhaps the most revered spiritual spot for Hindus in India. Over 2500km long, the river flows through numerous mountains, valleys, cities and villages and is believed to have purifying properties, including wiping away dirt and...

Tariq Jahan Diaries: Part 1

The State of Things We were motivated to go over to Lesvos to help with the refugee crisis that was taking place in Europe. We had seen pictures of refugees coming over to Greece and, what with Greece having its...

Women Only ‘Pink Taxi’ Launches in Pakistan

Have you been to Pakistan lately? If so, you might have heard rumours of a fleet of Pink Taxi’s donning the streets. Pink Taxi is a taxi service launching in Karachi, Pakistan on March 30th. The service aims to protect...

New $1.8bn Coal Plant a “Serious Threat” to Bangladeshi World Heritage Site

The UN is urging Bangladesh to halt plans to go ahead with a massive coal-fired power plant near an ecologically sensitive mangrove forest. Mangrove forests are integral for ecosystems and the many species living within them. They also helped protect...