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    India Independence Day

    Indian Independence Day is a hugely significant national holiday which marks the seminal moment the nation became independent from the United Kingdom. This was officially declared on 15 August 1947, making this India’s 73rd Independence Day. On the 15th August not...

    First look at Tattu Birmingham

    Modern Chinese restaurant Tattu will officially open its doors on Friday 1st February 2019 in Birmingham city centre. In what will be the restaurant group’s third site and largest fit-out to date, the 160-cover, split-level restaurant will occupy a charming space within the...

    Schizophrenic Sukhwinder Singh drives body to Police Station

     Paranoid schizophrenic Sukhwinder Singh killed his brother-in-law before driving his body to a police station. He was arrested by officers from West Bromwich Police station after they found the body of 39-year-old Harish Kumar in a BMW. Singh had driven around with...

    Police crackdown on untaxed cars in Sparkbrook and Balsall Heath

    West Midlands Police teamed up with the DVLA officers clamped and then removed over 20 untaxed vehicles in a street blitz across Sparkbrook and Balsall Heath, East Birmingham. Following numerous complaints from residents. Sparkbrook Police tweeted: "DVLA...

    HS2 To Cost Double Official Figure

    According to the Department for Transport (DfT), the HS2 will be the most expensive railway in the world, costing a staggering £403m per mile. The analysis came from Michael Byng, who created the method for pricing projects for Network Rail....

    Sonam Kapoor Graces Luxury-pret Fashion Exhibition ‘Divalicious London’

    26th March 2017, London: After amassing cult popularity the world over in destinations such as the UAE, India, Kenya, Singapore, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Hong Kong and Indonesia, London plays host to a unique, luxury boutique pop-up exhibition - ‘DIVAlicious...

    Is the Prevent Strategy Stigmatising Muslims Students?

    A large number of teachers in the UK appear to have doubts and concerns over the Prevent strategy. In particular, as part of the strategy, the law requires teachers to report pupils who exhibits signs of being vulnerable to or...

    Penny Appeal charity runners take on the Great Birmingham Run

    A team from international humanitarian charity Penny Appeal gathered together this month to take part in Great Birmingham Run, helping orphans every step of the way by raising money to open an orphanage in Asia. As part of #TeamOrange –...

    Hindu and Muslim Babies Switched at Birth Refused to Swap

    In the north-eastern Indian state of Assam in 2015 two babies born within minutes of each other and from very different backgrounds were accidently switched at birth in the hospital. After a battle with the authorities, the DNA tests came...

    Australian Drug Breaks Down Stage 4 Cancer

    An Australian drug that treats stage 4 cancer has been fast-tracked for approval in the US. The drug, called Venetoclax, is described as being ‘like taking panadol’ and attacks specific biological factors such as cell-structure mutations. Professor John Seymour who...