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by AMIT ROY WHAT happened in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday is utterly alien to the culture of the island. To get some sort of understanding...
by Imam MOHAMMED MAHMOUD THE terror attack on two mosques in Christchurch last month, claiming the lives of 51 people, sent shockwaves across Muslim minority...
by BARRY GARDINER MP “THE tree does not deny its shade even to the one who comes to cut it down.” Many Hindus know this verse...
by ANDY STREET Mayor of the West Midlands THE Migration Advisory Council (MAC) is reviewing the Shortage Occupation List (SOL), and will be publishing the new list...
by AMARJIT SINGH INDIA’S love of a higher education in the UK spans centuries. After all, the ties of shared history, culture and language bind us...
by AMIT ROY AND now for something completely different – whether Britain is the most beautiful country in the world, especially at this time of...
by Sajid Javid Home secretary COMMONWEALTH citizens have contributed an immeasurable amount to the UK. They came to help rebuild this country after the Second...
by LORD RANBIR SINGH SURI AS A former general secretary of the Board of British Sikhs, I have long been a proud advocate for the...
by ROSHAN DOUG AN OFFICIAL apology for the Amritsar massacre is something some Indians have been seeking from the British government since 1919. The most recent...
by Amit Roy IF THE British government can offer a formal apology for ‘Bloody Sunday’, why can’t it do the same for Jallianwala Bagh? On the...

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