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ASIAN GROUPS DEMAND RACE COMMITTEE
Ken LivingstoneLeading groups from the Black, Asian communities, along with those representing disabled people and others, have joined with Ken Livingstone, the Mayor of London, and others, to express their fears about the Government's plans to abolish the Commission for Racial Equality and replace it with a new multi-equality body - the Commission for Equalities and Human Rights. read more read more
 
MOVE YOUR MIND FORUMS
Parveen BatishParveen Batish, General Manager of Sales and Marketing Strategy at Saab Great Britain, has pioneered a series of groundbreaking new initiatives specifically targeted at the British Asian Community. The 'Move Your Mind' forums, which will be launched at City Hall on Wednesday 1st February 2006. read more read more
 
CRE CHAIR CALLS FOR NEW COMMISSION FOR INTEGRATION
Trevor PhillipsTrevor Phillips, CRE Chair, last night called for a new commission to meet the integration challenges facing Britain. Mr Phillips, said: "We are faced with some very real challenges that need creative handling. For example: Sikh activists who think that their feelings of offence caused by a play are more important than the principle of freedom of expression". read more read more
 
THE ASIAN WHO'S WHO AWARDS 2005
Surina Narula, Asian of the Year 2005The Asian Who's Who Awards this year celebrated its 30th anniversary of publishing the annual guide to the great and good of the Asian community. Asian Who's Who International was established in 1975 as a direct result of negative press associated with the perceived high levels of immigration at the time. The Asian of The Year 2005 accolade was awarded to leading charity worker Surina Narula. read more read more
 
IMRAN KHAN APPOINTED CHANCELLOR OF BRADFORD UNI.
Imran Khan receiving his Asian Jewel Award 2004Former cricketing legend turned politician, Imran Khan, will become the University of Bradford's fifth Chancellor when he is officially installed at a special ceremony on Wednesday 7 December 2005. Before that, Imran Khan will lay a foundation stone for the University's new Institute of Cancer Therapeutics. Imran Khan succeeds Baroness Betty Lockwood as the University's fifth Chancellor since its foundation in 1966. read more read more
 
SNOW-PROOF SHELTERS NEEDED IN KASHMIR
Dr Samir Chaudhuri of CINICINI (the Child In Need Institute) is urgently calling for further donations to fund the provision of crucial supplies for Kashmir before winter closes in. According to CINI-India Director, Dr Samir Chaudhuri, "Whatever can be achieved in this limited time will make a huge difference in terms of reducing preventable deaths". read more read more
 
NAZIA HASSAN FOUNDATIONS AWARDS 2005
Nazia Hassan Foundation Awards 2005The Nazia Hassan Foundation Award ceremony was held at the House of Commons on 17 November 2005. The event attracted community leaders and MPs, the diplomatic community, heads of leading business and financial houses and representatives of British and Asian media groups. read more read more
 
SRI LANKAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
Mahinda RajapakseThe UK Presidency of the EU noted the results of the Presidential election in Sri Lanka on 17 November and extended its congratulations to Mr Mahinda Rajapaksa. The statement added, "We condemn the violent incidents which marred what was otherwise a peaceful campaign. We also deeply regret reports that people in the north and east of Sri Lanka were prevented from exercising their democratic right to vote." read more read more
 
BUDDHIST, HINDU, MUSLIM & SIKH CHAPLAINS FOR MOD
Left to right: Chaplain General - The Rev. David Wilkes; Muslim Immam – Asim Hafiz; Buddhist Chaplain – Dr Sunil Kariyakarawana; Dr Reid SofS for Defence; Hindu Chaplain – Krishan Attri; Jewish Chaplain – Rabbi Malcolm Weisman; Sikh chaplain – Mandeep Kaur.The newly appointed Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim and Sikh Chaplains to the Armed Forces were today welcomed to their roles by the Secretary of State for Defence, John Reid. They are all civilians with cross-service responsibilities. read more read more
 
MAYOR SLAMS PLAN TO ABOLISH THE CRE
Ken LivingstoneGovernment plans to abolish the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) and set up a new multi-equality body may push the cause of anti-racism backwards unless significant amendments are made to the Equality Bill, the Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, warned today. He called on London's BME communities to make their voices heard. read more read more
 
ASIAN TAXI DRIVERS NEEDED FOR LONDON
London TaxiA series of roadshows to encourage people from Black, Asian and ethnic minorities to consider becoming licensed taxi drivers was launched by the Mayor of London on 15 November. Presently only one in 20 existing taxi drivers is from Black, Asian and ethnic minorities. read more read more
 
WREATH LAYING CEREMONY HONOURS ASIAN VOLUNTEERS
Memorial Gates wreath laying ceremony.The Memorial Gates Committee wreath laying ceremony on 11 November 2005 at the Memorial Gates paid special tribute to the five million men and women from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Africa and the Caribbean who volunteered to serve with the Armed Forces of Britain during the First and Second World Wars. read more read more
 
ROYAL MAIL TO AVOID SELLING OFFENSIVE 68P STAMP
Royal Mail 68p Postage StampThe Hindu Forum of Britain today welcomed Royal Mail's decision to not issue the 68 pence Christmas stamp to customers unless specifically requested. The 68p Christmas stamp featured a picture of Hindus worshipping Baby Christ, and had led to calls for its withdrawal by the majority of Hindu organisations in the UK. read more read more
 
PROGRESSIVE BRITISH MUSLIMS GROUP LAUNCHED
Farmida Bi, co-founder of the Progressive British Muslim Group.A new group calling itself 'Progressive British Muslims' was launched on 10 November 2005. The group has been formed in response to statements from mainstream media that they are not able to represent articulate, progressively minded Muslims in the media because they don't know how to find them. The founders of PBM comprise doctors, lawyers, journalists, civil servants and other professionals, based in London. read more read more
 
BRITAIN TO FUND FIRST HINDU STATE SCHOOL
Councillor Navin ShahThe Government has announced that Harrow, a suburb of London, is to get the first state funded Hindu School in Britain. The funding of £9.8millon will be used to establish the school in Harrow which is likely to open in 2008 at the earliest. 20 per cent of Harrow residents are Hindu, some 40,000 people, the highest percentage in the country. read more read more
 
ETHNIC DIVERSITY IN THE CIVIL SERVICE
Waqar Azmi, Chief Diversity Adviser.Sir Gus O'Donnell, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Home Civil Service, today unveiled a 10-Point Plan to raise the pace towards a representative workforce. The Plan introduces a major programme of change aimed at achieving a diverse workforce at all levels of the Civil Service, including the most senior. read more read more
 
ETHNIC MINORITIES FEEL MOST BRITISH
Image Copyright of Ravi Deepres. Feeling British could provide the glue for a more cohesive society, new research issued today suggests. A survey by the CRE asked people from a variety of cultures 'What is Britishness?' The results showed Britishness represented very similar values and attributes to all sections of society, and that all groups identified in some way with being British. read more read more
 
HIGHWAY CODE FOR MULTI ETHNIC BRITAIN
Trevor PhillipsToday Trevor Phillips, Chair, Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) spoke at the Conservative Party Conference Muslim Forum in Blackpool about the need for people to get along in a society which is increasingly multiethnic. Mr Phillips said: "Globalisation means that the rules of multiethnic Britain are under constant challenge as we encounter new cultures and our own culture changes. read more read more
 
SLEEPWALKING TO SEGREGATION
Trevor PhillipsBritain is moving towards segregation, adding urgency to the need to drive forward the process of integration, the CRE announced today. Trevor Phillips, CRE Chair said "Post 7/7, the race relations industry has provided a vital post-emergency service which will have to be continued in the medium to long-term to address the increasing segregation of our communities." read more read more
 
TACKLING TERRORISM - BEHAVIOURS UNACCEPTABLE IN THE UK
Charles ClarkeHome Secretary, Charles Clarke, today published a list of certain types of behaviours that will form the basis for deporting individuals from the UK. It makes clear that those who would attempt to foment terrorism or provoke others to commit terrorist acts are not welcome in the UK. read more read more
 
END UK PAKISTANI & BANGLADESHI POVERTY SAYS TUC
Brendan BarberTUC General Secretary Brendan Barber is to visit the East London Mosque to launch a new TUC report calling for Muslims from Pakistan and Bangladesh to be made a major target for government programmes to create jobs and end poverty and poor health. Mr Barber is meeting community groups to promote social inclusion. read more read more
 
SHORTAGE OF ASIAN CHARITY TRUSTEES
Ram GidoomalResearch has revealed that only 5% of people running the 190,000 charities in the UK are from an ethnic background. Volunteering charity TimeBank and the Charity Commission today launched the ‘Get on Board’ campaign to encourage more people from diverse communities to bring their passions and skills to the table by becoming a charity trustee. read more read more
 
SWARAJ PAUL TO ENSURE DELIVERY OF LONDON 2012 GAMES
Lord Swaraj Paul, the newly-appointed  chair of the LDA's Olympic Delivery Committee. Announcing the selected contractor for the power lines tunnel across the Lower Lea Valley, newly-appointed chair of the LDA's Olympic Delivery Committee Lord Swaraj Paul, has taken up the Mayor's direction to TFL & the LDA to prepare for the 2012 Games. read more read more
 
QED (UK) SUPPORTS LUTON'S DIVERSITY AWARDS
Mohammed Ali OBE, CEO of QED (UK).Bradford-based charity QED-UK is supporting the University of Luton's second Multicultural Awards for Competitiveness and Enterprise (MACE 2005). The Awards are open to all UK businesses that have embraced diversity in their business. Applicants must demonstrate their achievements through gender, ethnic or national diversity in the workplace. read more read more
 
JOHN ABRAHAM GIVES BIRDS THEIR FREEDOM
John AbrahamStanding tall, his sculpted body silhouetted against the blue sky, model-turned-actor John Abraham holds an empty birdcage, asking for independence for caged birds this week. John Abraham has been among the first to stand up for the rights of animals, whether that means reprimanding an errant tonga-wallah for whipping his overloaded horse or stuffing himself into a birdcage to pose for a PETA ad. read more read more
 
SARDAR PATEL UNIVERSITY LISTED IN TOP 3
Dr Pravinbhai Patel, Vice Chancellor of the Sardar Patel UniversitySardar Patel University has been declared on of the three best Universities of India alongside the University of Pune and Manipal University (Karnataka). The University, won a double accolade when Dr. Pravin J. Patel, the Vice Chancellor of Sardar Patel University, was awarded the IBM 'Inspiring Vice Chancellor of the Year Award 2005' for his contributions in IT. read more read more
 
MAYOR REJECTS ATTACKS ON MUSLIM COUNCIL OF BRITAIN
Ken LivingstoneThe Mayor of London today condemned what he described as a 'witch-hunt' of the mainstream representative body of British Muslims, saying that attempts to paint them as extremists would damage community relations and hinder the fight against terrorism. The Muslim Council of Britain has come under fire this week in several newspapers. read more read more
 
MUSLIM RESPONSE TO ANTI-TERRORISM MEASURES
Muslims at a rally in London.Leading Muslim groups and personalities in the UK have come together to issue a six point statement in response to some of the recently proposed anti-terrorism measures in the aftermath of the London bombings. Signatories of the statement include Islamic Human Rights Commission and the Islamic Forum Europe amongst others. read more read more
 
HIZB UT-TAHRIR RESPONDS TO THE PRIME MINISTER'S BAN
Dr Imran Waheed, Media Representative of Hizb ut-TahrirTens of thousands of Muslim worshippers will sign a nationwide petition after Friday prayers today as part of a campaign opposing government proposals to silence legitimate political expression in the Muslim community including the banning of the non-violent Islamic political party Hizb ut-Tahrir. read more read more
 
FAITH LEADERS CELEBRATE FRIENDSHIP
His Holiness 17th Gyalwa Karmapa Trinlay Thaye DorjeThe Hindu Forum of Britain hosted an evening of Friendship and Trust with leaders from the World’s seven largest Faiths; Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Jainism and Sikhism on 8 August. The event was a celebration of friendship and trust between faith communities in the presence of His Holiness 17th Gyalwa Karmapa Trinlay Thaye Dorje. read more read more
 
BOLLYWOOD STAR PROMOTES TRAVEL AWARENESS IN LONDON
Bobby DeolBollywood heartthrob Bobby Deol has become the first Indian actor to support the Mayor of London's travel awareness initiative, called 'good going: travel awareness in London'. The son of Indian screen legend Dharmendra, Bobby was in London promoting his new film Barsaat (Rainfall) which marks the first Bollywood film tie-in with a Mayor of London's scheme. read more read more
 
ROLE OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN COUNTERING TERRORISM
Ian PearsonForeign Office Minister Ian Pearson today launched the FCO's Annual Report on Human Rights. Mr Pearson said: "Two weeks ago we watched and listened with mounting horror as the full scale of the terrorist attacks on London became apparent. The events of that terrible day remind us that there is no human right more sacred than the right to be alive." read more read more
 
IT'S RACISM, BUT NOT AS WE KNOW IT
Trevor PhillipsWe must all wake up to the changing face of racism the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) announced. On the publication of its annual report for 2004, Trevor Phillips, CRE Chair, said: "The nature of racism is changing subtly, but critically. We cannot respond by recycling the slogans of the '70s and '80s when race was regarded as a black and white affair. read more read more
 
SIX CHILDREN AND A DEGREE!
Nasreen AliHaving six children has not stopped 36-year old Nasreen Ali from obtaining a degree. She graduated this week from Bradford University with BA in Social Sciences and Humanities. Nasreen, from Keighley in West Yorkshire, eventually plans to go into social work. She said: “Mature mums like me need to get back into education." read more read more
 
MUMBAI FLOODS HIT LIVELIHOODS OF THE POOREST
FloodingThe recent flooding in Mumbai has destroyed thousands of peoples' livelihoods according to an assessment by Oxfam. Although the city of Mumbai is the worst affected area, tens of thousands of acres of agricultural land have also been flooded during the key rice planting season. read more read more
 
ASIAN HEADTEACHER WINS REGIONAL TEACHING AWARD
Yasmin BevanYasmin Bevan of Denbigh High School, Bedfordshire was named the Regional Winner of the RAF Award for Headteacher of the Year in a Secondary School for the East of England. She collected her award on 29 June 2005 in Norwich. The style of Yasmin's headship was described as outstanding by OFSTED. read more read more
 
OPENING OF LONDON TERROR MEMORIAL
Ramesh Kallidai with Tess JowellThe secretary general of the Hindu Forum of Britain, Ramesh Kallidai joined Cultural Secretary Tessa Jowell, Mayor of London Ken Livingstone and leaders of the capital's faith communities to open the first memorial to the victims of the London terror attacks. read more read more
 
TONY BLAIR MEETS MUSLIM LEADERS
Tony BlairTony Blair today discussed the UK's community relations in the aftermath of the London bombings. He met with senior Muslims, as well as representatives from the opposition parties, in Downing Street. Speaking afterwards, Mr Blair said there was a 'strong desire' from those who met to set up a task force to speak to young Muslims in the UK 'and confront this evil ideology and defeat it. read more read more
 
HINDU FORUM MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR BOMBING VICTIMS
Lit candle.The Lord Mayor of Westminster, parliamentarians, faith representatives, senior Police officers and community leaders will attend a Memorial Service hosted by the Hindu Forum of Britain on 19 July in London for the victims and families of the London blasts. Supported by the Metropolitan Police Hindu Association, the service will include prayers in Sanskrit. read more read more
 
CAB REACH OUT TO MUSLIMS IN BOMBINGS BACKLASH
Man prayingNational charity Citizens Advice today called on all its member bureaux across the country to step up their efforts to reach out to Muslims and ensure that bureaux are safe places where people from all communities can get the advice and support they need. The call comes in a message to all bureaux from the Reverend Hilary Watkins, Chair of the national Citizens Advice service, in the wake of the London bombings. read more read more
 
POLICE RELEASE CCTV FOOTAGE OF LONDON BOMBERS
London Bombers at Luton Station on 7 July 2005Detectives from the Met's Anti-Terrorist Branch are continuing the investigation into attacks in central London on July 7. They have today released a CCTV image of the four bombers, named as Hasib Hussain (18), Shahzad Tanweer (22), Mohammed Sidique Khan (30) and Germaine Lindsay, taking a train from Luton into Central London. read more read more
 
LONDON BOMBERS ARE NOT MARTYRS SAY ISLAMIC SCHOLARS
Iqbal Sacranie of The Muslim Council of Britain who convened the meeting of the Imams.At a meeting at the Islamic Cultural Centre, London, over forty leading mosque imams, muftis and ulama (Islamic scholars) representing all sections of Muslims in Britain made a public statement on the events of 7th July Read out by Maulana Shahid Raza of the World Islamic Mission, the statement read that "there can never be any excuse for taking an innocent life. The Qur’an clearly declares that killing an innocent person was tantamount to killing all mankind". read more read more
 
LONDON'S VIGIL FOR BOMBING VICTIMS
Lord Coe addresses the crowd at London vigil for bombing victims.Thursday's vigil at Trafalgar Square in London, in honour of those who died in the terrorist bomb attacks last week, continued in the evening with a vigil of poems, messages and prayers. London Mayor, Ken Livingstone, made an speech about how the city stands as a world capital. read more read more
 
OXFAM TO HELP GUJARAT FLOOD VICTIMS
Flooding in the state of Gujarat, India. Credit: Ms Divya, Oxfam Project Officer, West IndiaOxfam is helping tens of thousands of the worst flood-affected families in Gujarat State, India, following torrential monsoon rain that left 70 per cent of the state under water last week and destroyed thousands of houses. Approximately 25 million people have been affected. read more read more
 
REDHOTCURRY.COM EDITOR WINS ASIAN JEWEL AWARD 2005
Lopa Patel, Editor of Redhotcurry.com wins the Asian Jewel Award 2005 (Media, Arts & Sport Category).Mrs Lopa Patel, founder of South Asian Lifestyle Portal, Redhotcurry.com won the coveted 'Asian Jewel Award 2005' in the Media, Arts & Sports category at a lavish ceremony at London's Grosvenor House Hotel, on 9 July 2005. The award is Lopa's second accolade in just two months - she was named 'Asian Woman of the Year 2005' in May of this year. read more read more
 
ASIAN JEWEL AWARD WINNERS 2005 - SOUTHERN REGION
Kabir Bedi receives his Lifetime Achivement Award from Truitt Tate of Lloyds TSB.The winners of the prestigious Lloyds TSB Asian Jewel Awards (Southern Region) 2005 were announced at a glittering awards ceremony in central London on 9 July 2005. The Awards, now in their fourth successful year, celebrate the achievements of British Asian people in all walks of life. read more read more
 
GURPAL VIRDI RECEIVES THE MET'S HIGHEST HONOUR
Gurpal VirdiGurpal Virdi, the Asian Police Officer who a won a dramatic racism battle against The Metropolitan Police, has been honoured with the Service's highest honour - the Police Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. He received his medal on Friday 1st July from Met Commissioner, Sir Ian Blair. Virdi was unfairly dismissed by The Met in 1998. read more read more
 
SCOTLAND'S ETHNIC PENALTY WILL THWART FRESH TALENT

Scottish Parliament BuildingThe Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) Scotland today warned members of the Scottish Parliament’s European and External Relations Committee that a failure to effectively address the current barriers that prevent people from ethnic minority backgrounds from fully contributing to Scotland’s society and economy will be detrimental to 'fresh talent.' read more read more

 
SIKHS WANT PREVENTION OF POST 9/11 TYPE RACIST FRENZY
Sikhs want prevention of 9/11 type racist frenzyIn an immediate reaction to the London bomb explosions, the Sikh Commission on Racism & Cohesion has expressed concerns about a possible repeat of post 9/11 racist frenzy against Sikhs and Muslims in Britain. Post 9/11, the term 'Bin Laden' became a popular term of taunting Sikh males with their definitive beards and turbans. read more read more
 
MAYOR ANNOUNCES LONDON BOMBINGS RELIEF FUND
Ken LivingstoneThe Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, today launched the London Bombings Relief Fund in association with the British Red Cross. He also announced that a book of condolence would be opened at City Hall on Monday. Ken Livingstone said: “Yesterday a group of cold blooded murderers attempted to terrorise London. They struck at ordinary Londoners without discrimination as to their beliefs, their race or anything else". read more read more
 
TERRORIST ATTACKS IN LONDON
London Bus Bombed. Image courtesy of the BBC.Less than 24 hours after learning that it had won the coveted accolade to host the 2012 Olympics Games, London has been attacked by terrorists. Incidents have been reported at a number of underground stations in Central London and there have been three bus bombings. read more read more
 
HINDUS CONDEMN TERRORIST ATTACKS IN AYODHYA
Temple in AyodhyaYesterday's terrorist attack in the holy city of Ayodhya in Northern India is an attack on Hindus and Hinduism generally, said Anil Bhanot, General Secretary of the Hindu Council UK. The terrorists who carried out the assault on a disputed shrine were killed by Indian security forces. read more read more
 
ARCHIVE NEWS 2005

Asian Groups demand Race Committee (12/05)
'Move Your Mind' Forums to be launched (12/05)
CRE calls for Commission for Integration (11/05)
The Asian Who's Who Awards 2005 (11/05)
Imran Khan to be Bradford Uni. Chancellor (11/05)
Snow-proof shelters needed in Kashmir (11/05)
Nazia Hassan Foundation Awards 2005 (11/05)
Sri Lankan Presidential Elections (11/05)
Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim & Sikh Chaplains (11/05)
Mayor slams plans to abolish the CRE (11/05)
Asian Taxi Drivers needed in London (11/05)
Wreath laying honours Asian War Veterans (11/05)
Royal Mail to avoid selling offensive stamp (11/05)
Progressive British Muslims Group launched (11/05)
Britain to fund first Hindu State School (11/05)
Ethnic Diversity in the Civil Service (11/05)
Ethnic Minorities feel Most British (10/05)
Highway Code for Multi Ethnic Britain - CRE (10/05)
UK is 'Sleepwalking to Segregation' - CRE (09/05)
Clarke tackles terrorism - unacceptable behaviour
End Pakistani & Bangladeshi Poverty (08/05)
Shortage of Asian Charity Trustees (08/05)
Swaraj Paul takes on London 2012 Games (08/05)
QED (UK) supports Luton's Diversity Awards (08/05)
John Abraham gives birds their freedom (08/05)
Sardar Patel University listed in Top 3 (08/05)
Mayor rejects attacks on Muslim Council (08/05)
Muslim response to anti-terrorism measures (08/05)
Hizb ut-Tahrir responds to Blair Ban (08/05)
Faith Leaders celebrate friendship (08/05)
Bollywood star promotes Travel Awareness (08/05)
Human Rights in countering terrorism (07/05)
It's racism, but not as we know it (07/05)
Six children and a degree!
Mumbai floods hit livelihoods of India's poorest (07/05)
Asian Headteacher wins Teaching Award (07/05)
Opening of London Terror Memorial (07/05)
Tony Blair meets Muslim Leaders (07/05)
Hindu Forum Memorial Service for 7/7 Victims
CAB reach out to Muslims facing 7/7 Backlash (07/05)
Police release CCTV footage of London Bombers (07/05)
London Bombers are not martyrs say Imams (07/05)
London's vigil for bombing victims (07/05)
Oxfam to help Gujarat Flood Victims (07/05)
Redhotcurry.com Editor wins Asian Jewel Award 2005
Asian Jewel Award 2005 - Southern Region (07/05)
Gurpal Virdi receives The Met's Highest Honour
Scotland's Ethnic Penalty will thwart fresh talent
Sikhs want prevention of 9/11-type frenzy (07/05)
Mayor launches London Bombings Relief Fund
Terrorist Attacks in London
Hindus condemn Terrorist attacks in Ayodhya (07/05)
UNICEF urges G8 to focus on Children (06/05)
Thierry Henry is RIMA Media Personality of the Year
Breaking Up is Hard To Do
Bangladesh Human Rights Record A Concern (06/05)
Record-Breaking £400M for Tsunami Appeal (06/05)
Educate world's poorest to eradicate poverty (06/05)
QED picks up National Charity Award (06/05)
British Diversity Award Winners 2005 (06/05)
G8 Leaders must accept climate change evidence
Bangladesh Human Rights Violations (06/05)
Redhotcurry.com Editor nominated for Jewel Award
Increasing number of Asians in Public Life (06/05)
Not enough Bangladeshi students in Science (06/05)
Sai School wins Queen's Awards (06/05)
New Stoke Refuge for Asian Women (06/05)
French shoes withdrawn after Hindu outcry (06/05)
Londoners back Religious Hatred Bill (06/05)
The Collins 'Hinglish' speaking world (06/05)
Hindu Community Centre's divine blessings (06/05)
IIFA - Shah Rukh Khan XI v Hrithik Roshan XI (06/05)
India's cricket coach goes to bat for veganism (06/05)
Motivate London for the G8 Summit (06/05)
Redhotcurry.com Editor wins AWA Award 2005 (05/05)
Asian Women of Achievement Awards 2005
Labour Friends of India plans for a 3rd Term (05/05)
First Asian President for the Parajapatis (05/05)
Bilimoria is UK's Youngest Uni. Chancellor (05/05)
Mayor launches London Local Press Awards (05/05)
Atta Yaqub becomes Charity Run Ambassador (05/05)
Nominations for DeafBlind friendly Awards (05/05)
India: 'Aid, Death & Dogma' Report (05/05)
Housing Associations Asian Outreach Worker (05/05)
CRE to end discrimination in Housing (05/05)
HFB welcomes laws to end religious discrimination
Hindu Forum honours Tsunami victims (05/05)
Asian Jewel Awards 2005 (Central Region) (05/05)
Rama's bridge to Lanka is real (05/05)
Hindu Human Rights in South Asia (05/05)
Labour wins Third Term With Slim Majority (05/05)
CIO South Asian Community Network launched (04/05)
Indo-European Kashmir Task Force Formed (04/05)
Hindus wants Multi-faith School Assemblies (04/05)
QED celebrates diversity at The House of Lords (04/05)
Hizb ut-Tahrir takes legal action against Galloway
Questions that Muslim Voters should ask (04/05)
Ramnomi celebrated at The House of Commons (04/05)
Hindus urged to make their vote count (04/05)
Asian Volunteers 'Mind The Gap' (04/05)
UK General Election to be held on 5 May 2005
Postal Voting System needs redress (04/05)
Redhotcurry Editor on AWA Awards Shortlist (04/05)
Pinky's Spice Magic - AWA Awards 2005 (04/05)
Lakshmi Mittal is Britain's Richest Man (04/05)
Muslim Agenda for the UK General Election (04/05)
English language tests lead to shortage of Hindu Priests
Black voters demand a Minister for Race (03/05)
Boxer helps raise £107,000 for Tsunami Victims (03/05)
Hindus Top Asian Rich List 2005 (02/05)
HFB launches British Hindu Charter (03/05)
Lib Dems - pledges to ethnic minorities (03/05)
Labour's Michael Howard bandwagon Watch (03/05)
Ele-dating to save the Asian Elephant (03/05)
Adviser meets 'Headscarf Ban' opponents (03/05)
Mohammed Amran wins Beacon Prize (03/05)
Muslim women honour Honey Kalaria (03/05)
Police is like 'Perma-Frost' says CRE (03/05)
Tony Blair strengthens Indo-British relationship (03/05)
Muslim Council welcomes Jilbab Ruling (03/05)
Natwest forces cancellation of EMMA 2005 (03/05)
Extra £3 million for Culture Online Projects (03/05)
New Laws to protect against discrimination (03/05)
British Diversity Awards - call for entries (03/05)
Asian Pupils make further progress at GCSE (02/05)
'Burden of Proof' regulations strengthened (02/05)
TB, Hepatitis & Aids checks on Immigrants (02/05)
Asian Jewel Awards 2005 - Northern Winners (02/05)
Labour launches six Election Pledges (02/05)
Hindu Charity HSS exonerated (02/05)
Running in Antarctica for India's girls (01/05)
Immigrants will face 'Fortress Britain' (02/05)
Does Interculturalism make cities successful? (01/05)
Curry King awarded another Doctorate (01/05)
Forced Marriage Unit Launched (01/05)
Amir Khan is Sony's 'Sports Personality of the Year'
Asian Jewel Awards 2005 - Northern Finalists (01/05)
Asian Bid Ambassadors back London 2012 (01/05)
Commissioner Shadowing Scheme launched (01/05)
Swastika EDM in House of Commons (01/05)
HFB campaign to reclaim the Swastika (01/05)
Asian Officer brings race discrimination case (01/05)
MPA Member to visit Tsunami-hit Phuket (01/05)
Muslim Schools singled out on Citizenship (01/05)
Blasphemy law should be abolished says CRE (01/05)
Hindus wants the swastika back (01/05)
HFB invites Asians for Public Appointments (01/05)
Redhotcurry shop pledges Jan profits to appeal (01/05)
Trafficking of Tsunami Children (01/05)
DNA Database needs stronger safeguards (01/05)
CINI fighting disease in Andaman & Nicobar (01/05)
Scientists call for G8 funding to end poverty (01/05)
£12m from Big Lottery for tsunami hit areas (01/05)
International Development in 2005 (01/05)
British Hajj delegation to Mecca (01/05)
Overwhelming numbers volunteer for VSO (01/05)
Tsunami relatives should call back says MPS (01/05)
Tsunami Appeal - Maximise the Millions (01/05)
Protecting the 'Tsunami Generation' (01/05)
UNICEF helping children recover from trauma (01/05)
100% debt relief for Sri Lanka proposed (01/05)
Tsunami death estimates too low says UNICEF (01/05)
First-hand look at plight of tsunami children (01/05)
Aid arrives in hardest hit countries (01/05)
UNICEF supplies water to parched camps (01/05)

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