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 2012: A Year in Pictures
2012: A Year in Picture - Redhotcurry.com2012 has been an exceptional year. Celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the hugely successful London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games has given us a sense of excitement and unity against adversity. The Games also showed us what a group of volunteers can achieve and that giving selflessly is an emotionally satisfying experience. My 'Review of the Year in Pictures', which started last year as short homemade video clip of a photo album, has this year spun out into a full blown 26 page magazine thanks to the Joomag.com software (it takes a minute or two to load!). read more read more


Business leaders must do more to create a "level playing field" on diversity
Chris Hyman CBE, CEO of Serco Plc with Lopa Patel MBE, Founder & CEO of Diversity UKChris Hyman CEO of FTSE 100 services company Serco Plc said that business leaders must do more to create a "level playing field" on diversity within their own organisations. Speaking at the launch of Diversity UK - a think tank to research, advocate and promote new ideas for improving diversity and inclusion in Britain - he spoke about growing up in South Africa under apartheid . The event on 12th December 2012 was attended by business professionals. right arrow read more
James Caan awarded an honorary degree by the University of Bradford
James CaanEntrepreneur and BBC TV Dragon’s Den star James Caan was awarded an honorary degree from the University of Bradford today (6th December) in recognition of his long-standing charitable work. In addition to being well known for his savvy business reputation, and as a panellist on the BBC series Dragon’s Den, James Caan has also become a significant philanthropist in education, particularly in the support of children in Pakistan. right arrow read more
Baroness Verma to speak at the inaugural 'Diverse Leaders' event
Baroness Verma to speak at the inaugural 'Diverse Leaders' event in London on 12th December 2012The Rt Hon Baroness Verma Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change is to speak at the inaugural 'Diverse Leaders' event on 12th December 2012 in Central London focusing on the boardroom success stories of Britain's BAME community. The event is a panel discussion from both sides of the public sector fence with speakers Chris Hyman, CEO of Serco plc and Bala Mahendran, CEO of Basildon Council. right arrow read more
UK teens unveil their award-winning mobile apps to investors & tech experts
Apps for Good marketplace at BT Tower where 7 award-winning apps were launched.Seven groups of students launched their mobile apps today (3rd December 2012) at the Apps for Good marketplace at BT Tower in London. Among the award-winning apps were an app that helps users learn more about plant growing; a game to encourage students to read books; an app using QR codes to help users find their way around a complex place and a travel app allowing users to update their Oyster Card via their mobile phone. right arrow read more
Bharti Tailor stands down as General Secretary of the Hindu Forum of Britain
Bharti TailorBharti Tailor has stepped down from her position as secretary general of the The Hindu Forum of Britain (HFB) after more than three years in the role. Tailor, one of the few leading women at the head of an Asian faith organisation, stood down to spend more time her business and family. She has been secretary general since 2009. She will continue to serve the Hindu community through her role on the Hindu Forum of Europe. right arrow read more
OBV launches West Midlands' Civic Leadership Programme
Helen Grant MPOperation Black Vote (OBV) has launched a unique Civic Leadership Programme to nurture Wolverhampton and Birmingham’s future leaders. The aim of the Civic Leadership Programme is to increase the representation of Black and minority ethnic individuals (BME) in all areas and all levels of civic and public life. right arrow read more
Redhotcurry Founder launches new diversity & inclusion think tank
Redhotcurry Founder Lopa Patel MBE has launched a new diversity and inclusion think tank called Diversity UK.Redhotcurry.com Founder Lopa Patel MBE has launched a new diversity think tank in association with five other trustees. "There has been a lot of focus on gender diversity, particularly in corporate boardrooms and in the effort to close the pay gap between men and women, said Lopa Patel MBE, Founder & CEO of Diversity UK, "but diversity is not only about gender." right arrow read more
OCHS seeks to embed Hindu culture in the heart of Oxford
OCHS Director Shaunaka Rishi Das with Lopa Patel MBE, Founder of Redhotcurry.comThe Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies (OCHS) seeks to embed Hindu culture in the heart of Oxford with a new fundraising campaign to purchase a property to house its library and to extend its successful scholarship programme. Hosted by Dhruv Patel, Founder of the City Hindus Network, a select group of guests were invited to a private dinner in London on 21st November 2012. right arrow read more
Imran Khan advocates 'good governance' for Pakistan
Imran KhanOn Monday 19th November 2012, Asia House hosted a public policy briefing with Imran Khan, presidential candidate and Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) political party. Speaking ahead of the briefing, Imran Khan commented, “The key to opening up investment opportunities in Pakistan is good governance - the better the governance, the better it enables an environment to invest in.” right arrow read more
Asian philanthropist donates £20 million to King's College London
Mr Dickson Poon CBEMr Dickson Poon CBE, a Hong Kong-based British philanthropist has donated a record £20 million gift to King's College London - one of the top 30 universities in the world - to enable it to offer the biggest ever scholarship programme for its School of Law, with 80 scholarships available for the best and brightest students from around the world. right arrow read more
Ed Balls MP lights the Diwali lamp for The Labour Party
Ed Balls MP lights the Diwali lamp to a mantra sung by HH Gauri DasShadow Chancellor Ed Balls MP lit the Diwali lamp at The Labour Party's celebration of the occasion on Monday 12th November 2012 held at their headquarters in Central London. Hosted by Bharat Shah, Managing Director of Sigma Pharmaceuticals and the Shah family, the event welcomed members of the Hindu, Jain and Sikh business community with a mantra sung by His Holiness Gauri Das. right arrow read more
Exiles Project launched to commemorate Ugandan Asians
Ugandan Asians arriving in the UKOn Tuesday 6th November 2012, the 'Exiles Project' was launched by Jayesh Amin, Project Co-ordinator, The Council of Asian People and Amphora Arts at the South Asian Literature Festival 'Exodus 40' event held at the Royal Commonwealth Society in London. 2012 marks the 40th anniversary of the expulsion of Asians from Uganda. right arrow read more
Exodus Symposium: 40th anniversary of the expulsion of Asians from Uganda
South Asian Literature Festival co-Founder Bhavit Mehta with Ugandan Asian businessman Kamlesh MadhvaniThe South Asian Literature Festival 2012 organised a symposium, entitled 'Exodus 40', on Tuesday 6th November 2012 to mark the 40th anniversary of the expulsion of the Asian community from Uganda and their resettlement in the UK. The panelists comprised festival co-founder Bhavit Mehta with Kamlesh Madhvani (pictured left), Tarique Ghaffur, Giles Foden and Yasmin Alibhai Brown. right arrow read more
UK's Richest Man Honoured at The Sikh Awards 2012
Mr Kulveer Ranger with Ms Anu SinghThe UK's richest man, industrialist Lakshmi Mittal received a Special Recognition Award at The Sikh Awards, held at The Park Plaza Hotel, London on Sunday 21st October 2012. The Awards, hosted by former Mayoral advisor Mr Kulveer Ranger and model Ms Anu Singh (pictured left), recognised Sikh contribution and excellence in a variety of fields from around the world. right arrow read more
Volunteering initiative Sewa Day celebrates huge turnout on 7th October 2012
Sewa Day 2012 project at the Guru Nanak Darbar in SouthallGlobal volunteering initiative Sewa Day celebrated a huge turnout on 7th October 2012. Although the final volunteer numbers are still being counted as details of projects are reported, organisers estimate that at least 50,000 people took part in initiatives around the globe. Sewa involves performing an act of kindness without expectation of reward. right arrow read more
The Honey Kalaria Foundation Launches 'Unite Us' Project
Honey KalariaAcclaimed bollywood dance teacher and choreographer Honey Kalaria is to launch the Unite Us project - a global initiative bringing people of different faiths, beliefs and cultural backgrounds together to celebrate cross-cultural friendship - at the ‘Diwali on the Square’ event, in London’s Trafalgar Square on Sunday 28th October 2012. Honey has created a charity single, ‘Unite Us’, in collaboration with music producer Siddharth Kasyap for the event. right arrow read more
Women of the Future Ambassadors Reception 2012
L-R: Former England Cricketer Isa Guha with Lopa Patel MBEThe annual Women of the Future Ambassadors Reception took place on 15th October 2012, hosted by former England cricketer Isa Guha and with guest speakers The Rt Hon Baroness Scotland of Asthal QC and Zoe Jackson, Founder of Living the Dream Performing Arts Company. The initiative was founded by Pinky Lilani OBE. right arrow read more
UK's 300 billion 'Brown Pound' spent on fast cars, gadgets and eating out
Britain's 'Brown Pound' being spent on fast cars, high tech gadgets and eating outThe UK's £300 billion purchasing power of its black and ethnic minority (BME) population is being spent on fast cars, high tech gadgets and eating out according to the findings of the IPA’s latest report published today (11th October 2012) on ethnic diversity. The report examines the rapidly expanding multicultural landscape of the UK and highlights common misconceptions. right arrow read more
G K Noon to launch centre for equality & diversity at University of East London
Baron Gulam NoonAsian food entrepreneur Baron Gulam Noon is to open the Noon Centre for Equality and Diversity in Business (EDiB) at the University of East London in November 2012. The centre will provide engagement, support and research in the interdisciplinary area of workplace equality and diversity for women and people from different ethnic groups and will forge strong links with the community. right arrow read more
Asian entrepreneur donates £7500 to Mo Farah's charity
L-R: Mo Farah with Kaser MehmoodBritish Asian entrepreneur Kaser Mehmood has donated £7500 to be made to double Olympic champion Mo Farah's charity, which provides life saving aid to some of the millions facing starvation and disease in East Africa. Mehmood met up with theOlympic gold medal winner in London to make the presentation to the Mo Farah Foundation. right arrow read more
Women Entrepreneurs Empowered
L-R: Reena Ranger, Anjali Pathak and Mona Remtulla at the Women Empowered Entrepreneurship EventWomen Empowered, the UK-based networking and support group co-founded by Reena Ranger and Mona Remtulla, held its second event on Wednesday 26th September 2012 in London, featuring inspirational stories from a range of women entrepreneurs including Sally Overhead, Founder of MOJOMUMS and brand ambassador Anjali Pathak (pictured left). right arrow read more
Asian 'Games Makers' have made the London 2012 Olympics legendary
'Games Maker' Mimi Harker OBEAsian 'Games Makers' like Mimi Harker OBE (pictured left), Tamina Mir and London Ambassador Ramesh Vala OBE have helped to make the London 2012 Olympic Games legendary. They, among the 70,000 volunteers, have been helping tourists find their way around London, the Olympic venues and the Capital's attractions. At venues, 'Games Makers' have been on hand to answer questions and help visitors find their way around and to their seats. right arrow read more
UNESCO endorsement for Sewa Day Schools Programme
Children painting a mural during National Sewa DayUNESCO - the United Nations body for education - has endorsed the schools programme for international volunteering initiative 'Sewa Day' which takes place on 7th October 2012. In their letter, the UN organisation wrote, “Sewa Day demonstrates a shared ethos with UNESCO - a common desire to foster stronger global community cohesiveness and the promotion of the ideal of selflessness." right arrow read more
Prime Minister applauds graduates from the New Entrepreneurs Foundation
Prime Minister David Cameron congratulates Oliver Pawle (Chairman) & Neeta Patel CEO of the New Entrepreneurs Foundation on their first batch of 30 graduates from the NEF programmePrime Minister David Cameron applauded graduates from the New Entrepreneurs Foundation at a private reception hosted at No 10 Downing Street on 4th July 2012. The Prime Minister commended the work of the foundation and emphasized the important role the new graduates will play in ensuring Britain's economic future. Among the "Class of 2012" are several Asian graduates. right arrow read more
Inspirational Women's Network Annual Lunch 2012
Pinky Lilani OBE with Siobhan BenitaIndia Gary-Martin of J P Morgan hosted the annual Inspirational Women's Network lunch at their City Offices in London on 4th July 2012. Entitled 'Collaboration is the key', the event saw a panel of speakers including Phil Smith, CEO of Cisco UK & Ireland; Independent London Mayoral Candidate, Siobhan Benita and Sally Dewar, Managing Director and Senior Member of Risk Team, J.P. Morgan. right arrow read more
Apps for Good Awards 2012
Apps for Good Award winners 2012Following on from its "Dragons Den" style events, educational charity CDI Europe launched its first Apps for Good Awards (AFGA2012). Through AFGA2012, student teams from over 40 UK schools taking part in the 'Apps for Good' programme had the chance to win exclusive prizes from top technology sponsors such as Dell, Barclaycard and the Nominet Trust. right arrow read more
Asians recognised in The Queen's Birthday Honours List 2012
Channi SinghThe Queen's Birthday Honours List 2012 has been published today (18th June 2012). In this Jubilee year, the re-introduction of the British Empire Medal has created even more opportunities to recognise the service of extraordinary people across the UK. Among Asians honoured were Bhangra star Channi Singh who received an OBE and Dr Natubhai Shah who received an MBE for services to the Jain community. right arrow read more
UK-India Skills & Training Partnership Conference
Rajesh Prasad, Deputy High Commissioner of India gave the keynote address at the UK-India Skills Conference, 28th May 2012The High Commission of India, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and University College London (UCL) jointly organised a UK-India Skills and Training Partnership Conference on 28th May 2012 at the UCL Campus in London. Attended by over 150 delegates, the welcome address by given by Professor Michael Worton, Vice Provost, University College London, followed by Rajesh Prasad, Deputy High Commissioner of India. right arrow read more
Women Empowered network launched
Reena Ranger Ahuja (left) with Mona Remtulla (Right) - Co-Founders of the Women Empowered NetworkReena Ranger Ahuja and Mona Remtulla launched the 'Women Empowered' (WE) network at Bright Courtyard in London on Thursday 24th May 2012. Guest speakers at the launch event included Baroness Sandip Verma, Tasmin Lucia Khan, TV Presenter and News Anchor and entrepreneur Geeta Sidhu-Robb, CEO and Founder of Nosh Detox. right arrow read more
'The Z Factor' Exhibition celebrates Zoroastrians
Zerbanoo Gifford'The Z Factor' exhibition, celebrating the contribution made by Zoroastrians to India and the UK, was launched at The Women's Library, London Metropolitan University on 23rd May 2012. The exhibition, curated by Zerbanoo Gifford, author, human rights campaigner and founder of the Asha Centre, was opened by the guest of honour, Baroness Royall of Blaisdon. right arrow read more
Indhu Rubasingham wins at the Asian Women of Achievement Awards 2012
Indhu RubasinghamIndhu Rubasingham, the new Artistic Director at The Tricycle Theatre, London, was recognised for her "astounding achievements" in theatre at the Asian Women of Achievement Awards 2012 held at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London on Wednesday 16th May 2012. Among the ten pioneering women honoured was luxury retailer Sung-Joo Kim. right arrow read more
Avina Shah performs at the Asian Women of Achievement Awards 2012
Avina ShahThe accomplishments of ten pioneering Asian women were celebrated at the Asian Women of Achievement (AWA) Awards 2012 ceremony in London's Park Lane last night (16th May) attended by the Home Secretary The Rt Hon. Theresa May; wife of Deputy Prime Minister, Miriam Clegg and awards patrons Cherie Blair and HRH Princess Badiya bint El Hassan. right arrow read more
Farah Pandith wins the Global Empowerment Award 2012
Farah PandithFarah Pandith, Special Representative to Muslim Communities, US Department of State was recognised with the Global Empowerment Award 2012 at the annual Asian Women of Achievement Awards held at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London on Wednesday 16th May 2012. Earlier in the day, Ms Pandith spoke at the Women of the Future Summit about the Women in Public Service Project launched in the USA in 2011. right arrow read more
Dell hosts a roundtable on education & technology
Charles LeadbetterDell hosted a roundtable in conjunction with Apps for Good, the brainchild of non-profit organisation Center for Digital Inclusion (CDI) Europe, on Tuesday 15th May 2012 at The Hoxton Apprentice in London. The Apps for Good initiative develops talented and employable young people by running courses on creating mobile and Facebook applications (apps). right arrow read more
Lakshmi Mittal tops Britain's Rich List 2012
Rajesh Agrawal, Founder of Rational FX is a new entrant to The Sunday Times Rich ListLakshmi Mittal has once again topped The Sunday Times Rich List published on 29th April 2012 despite seeing a 29% decline in his steel-making fortune estimated to be £12.7 billion. Asian newcomers onto the Rich List include 34-year old Rajesh Agrawal (pictured left), Founder of foreign exchange company Rational FX who is estimated to be worth £90 million. right arrow read more
Inspirational Women's Network 2012 launches at J P Morgan
L-R: Entrepreneur Lopa Patel MBE with India Gary-Martin, COO of Global Investment Banking Technology & Operations, J P Morgan at the Inspirational Women's Network 'Entrepreneurs' Stories' event, April 2012.India Gary-Martin, COO of Banking Technology & Operations at J P Morgan hosted the first Inspirational Women's Network event of 2012, entitled 'Entrepreneurs Stories', at their City Offices in London on Wednesday 25th April 2012. Among the speakers were Perween Warsi CBE, Founder & CEO of S&A Foods; jeweller Theo Fennell and Michelle Clothier of social enterprise Livity Ltd. right arrow read more
Prime Minister launches Conservative Friends of India group
Prime Minister David Cameron speaking at the Conservative Friends of India launchUK Prime Minister David Cameron launched the Conservative Friends of India (CFIN) group on 24th April 2012 at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London to an assembled gathering of 1,200 British Indian guests. The Prime Minister, who was introduced by Lord Dolar Popat Chairman of CFIN, ended his speech by urging party supporters and guests to vote for the Conservative candidate Boris Johnson in the upcoming Mayoral elections on 3rd May 2012. right arrow read more
Social Return on Investment: Sewa Day adds £400K to UK claim economists
Sewa Day volunteers at the Keech Hospic helping to clean equipment and chairs.An independent report produced by economic analysts Pratik Dattani and Sam Juthani shows that Sewa Day, a national day which encourages social action, good deeds and public service, returned £4.40 of economic and social benefit for every £1 expended on it resulting in a £400,000 monetised gross benefit of to the British economy in 2011. Sewa Day, which started in 2010, aims to promote selfless services attracted over 15,000 volunteers last year. right arrow read more
Boxer Amir Khan and Oxfam help build schools in Pakistan
Amir KhanThanks to the fundraising efforts of boxer Amir Khan, five schools have now been built in flood affected areas in Pakistan. Amir visited Sindh, Pakistan, in 2010 after the country was hit by devastating floods that affected up to 20 million people. He went on to hold a fundraising event in Bolton in February 2011 that raised £102,139. right arrow read more
Amnesty International launches Amnesty India
Ananthapadmanabhan Guruswamy and Lopa PatelSalil Shetty, Secretary General of human rights group Amnesty International and Rt Hon Dawn Primarolo MP hosted a reception to welcome the first Director of Amnesty India, Ananthapadmanabhan ('Anantha') Guruswamy, at The Speaker's House, House of Commons, London on Wednesday 21st March 2012. The reception was attended by Stephen Pound MP, TV presenter Peter Snow, patrons of Amnesty International and over 100 guests. right arrow read more
Convergence India network launched in London
L-R: Lopa Patel & Neishaa GharatCreative catalyst Neishaa Gharat, media entrepreneur Lopa Patel and lawyer Manoj Ladwa spoke at the launch of Convergence India on Tuesday 22nd March 2012 in London. Part of the 2000-strong Convergence Network, Convergence India - working with Chalo India and Karma Ventures - will connect people with an interest in India to those on the ground, by sparking new dialogues and debate around the subject of corporate and social responsibility (CSR) and creating shared learning. right arrow read more
Sonna Rélé helps to raise £60K for the British Asian Trust
Sonna ReleSinger songwriter Sonna Rélé helped the British Asian Trust raise more than £60,000 for five high-impact South Asian Charities at a special 'Dragon's Den' style fundraiser hosted by Coutts Bank, in association with The Funding Network, at its headquarters in London. Sonna sang a special number written for 'Educate Girls', one of the participating charities, for whom she raised £18k. right arrow read more
Pakistan wins first Oscar for documentary film 'Saving Face'
Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy and Daneil Junge with their Oscars for 'Saving Face'. Image by Darren Decker / ©A.M.P.A.S.'Saving Face', a documentary featuring British/Pakistani plastic surgeon Mohammad Jawad was awarded the Oscar for 'Documentary Short Subject' at the 84th Academy Awards ® on 26th February 2012. Directed by Daniel Junge and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, the documentary chronicles the work of of the pioneering plastic surgeon as he travels to Pakistan to treat survivors of radically disfiguring acid attacks. right arrow read more
William Hague MP inaugurates King's India Institute, London
William Hague MP with Professor Sunil Khilnani of King's India InstituteThe Rt Hon William Hague MP, UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, inaugurated the King's India Institute on Indian Republic Day (26th January 2012) with a keynote speech in which he emphasized the growing importance of UK-India bilateral relations; and congratulated King's College, London in launching the new institute. right arrow read more
The woman behind hit film 'Slumdog Millionaire'
Tessa RossTessa Ross, Controller of Film and Drama at Channel 4, yesterday (18th January 2012) explained how the movie 'Slumdog Millionaire' came to be made to members of her alma mater Somerville College's Media Network. The 2008 film which cost $15 million to make grossed in excess of $377 million in sales, won 8 Oscars and made stars of Dev Patel and Frieda Pinto. right arrow read more
Asians recognised in the Queen's New Year's Honours List 2012
Ruby McGregor Smith, CEO of Mitie Plc was honoured with a CBE in the Queen's New Year's Honours 2012.The Queen's New Year's Honours List is published today, recognising the achievements of extraordinary people across the UK. Among Asians honoured are Dr Venkatraman Ramakrishnan who receives a knighthood for the study of the translation of DNA information into protein by ribosomes; with CBEs for Professor Dinesh Kumar Makhan Lai Bhugra, Dr Tahir Ahmed Mahmood and Ruby McGregor-Smith, CEO of Mitie plc. right arrow read more
UK NEWS 2012

2012: A Year in Pictures
Business leaders must do more to create a "level playing field" on diversity (12/12)
Government Departments failing to inform on how UK Aid is spent (12/12)
James Caan awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Bradford (12/12)
UK teens unveil their award-winning mobile apps to investors and tech experts (12/12)
Baroness Verma to speak at the inaugural 'Diverse Leaders' event (11/12)
Bharti Tailor stands down as General Secretary of the Hindu Forum of Britain (11/12)
OBV launches West Midlands' Civic Leadership Programme (11/12)
Redhotcurry Founder launches new diversity & inclusion think tank (11/12)
OCHS seeks to embed Hindu culture in the heart of Oxford (11/12)
Imran Khan advocates 'good governance' for Pakistan (11/12)
Asian philanthropist donates £20 million to King's College London (11/12)
Ed Balls MP lights the Diwali lamp for The Labour Party (11/12)
Exiles Project launched to commemorate Ugandan Asians (11/12)
Exodus Symposium: 40th anniversary of the expulsion of Asians from Uganda (11/12)
UK's Richest Man Honoured at The Sikh Awards 2012 (07/12)
Volunteering initiative Sewa Day celebrates huge turnout on 7th October 2012 (07/12)
The Honey Kalaria Foundation Launches 'Unite Us' Project (10/12)
Women of the Future Ambassadors Reception 2012 (10/12)
UK to normalise relationship with Gujarat's Chief Minister Narendra Modi (10/12)
Leicester launches most detailed hate-crime study (10/12)
UK's 300 billion 'Brown Pound' spent on fast cars, gadgets and eating out (10/12)
G K Noon to launch centre for equality & diversity at the University of East London (10/12)
Asian entrepreneur donates £7500 to Mo Farah's charity (10/12)
Oxfam marks 60 years of working in India (09/12)
Women Entrepreneurs Empowered (09/12)
Sewa Day partners with Amnesty to stand up for human rights (08/12)
Hindu worshippers demand that India saves Yamuna river from pollution (08/12)
Asian 'Games Makers' have made the London 2012 Olympics legendary (08/12)
Lloyds Banking Group supports 'Sewa Day' volunteering initiative (08/12)
Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan carries the Olympic Torch (07/12)
Bhopal Victims protest against Olympics sponsor Dow Chemical (07/12)
UNESCO endorsement for Sewa Day Schools Programme (07/12)
Prime Minister applauds graduates from the New Entrepreneurs Foundation (07/12)
Inspirational Women's Network Annual Lunch 2012 (07/12)
Kalki Koechlin supports homeless cats in a new PETA advert (07/12)
Asians recognised in The Queen's Birthday Honours List 2012 (06/12)
Forced Marriage to become a criminal offence (06/12)
Olympics Sponsor Adidas told ‘Exploitation. It’s not OK anywhere’ (06/12)
Jay Sean promotes homeless animal adoption in new PETA campaign (06/12)
British Tamils protest against Rajapaksa visit (06/12)
UK-India Skills & Training Partnership Conference (05/12)
Sewa Day pulls out of AYOS casting a pall on Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebration (05/12)
Women Empowered network launched (05/12)
House of Lords celebrates the ‘invaluable’ role of minorities in the life of the UK (05/12)
'The Z Factor' Exhibition celebrates Zoroastrians (05/12)
Indhu Rubasingham wins at the Asian Women of Achievement Awards 2012 (05/12)
Avina Shah performs at the Asian Women of Achievement Awards 2012 (05/12)
Farah Pandith wins the Global Empowerment Award 2012 (05/12)
Dell hosts a roundtable on education & technology (05/12)
David Cameron meets Prime Minister Gilani of Pakistan (05/12)
'Golden Palace to Buckingham Palace': Charity Rickshaw & Bike Ride 2012 (06/12)
Young British Asian 'Rickshawalas' make it to Manali (05/12)
Lakshmi Mittal tops Britain's Rich List 2012 (04/12)
Indian socialite to launch 'Women Empowered' networking group (04/12)
Inspirational Women's Network 2012 launches at J P Morgan (04/12)
Prime Minister launches Conservative Friends of India group (04/12)
PETA Advert: Hard Kaur gives harsh 'rap' to circuses that still use animals (04/12)
Dr. Swati Piramal receives prestigious Padma Shri award for the year 2012 (04/12)
India Philanthropy Report 2012 published (04/12)
Prime Minister unveils Big Society Capital (04/12)
New survey to understand the success story of British theatre (04/12)
Social Return on Investment: Sewa Day adds £400K to UK claim economists (04/12)
'Rickshawalas' to drive 1800km to the Himalayas for charity (03/12)
The British & Foreign School Society & Educate Girls promote learning in India (03/12)
Boxer Amir Khan and Oxfam help build schools in Pakistan (03/12)
India adopts International Standards to protect children from sex trafficking (03/12)
London 2012’s Lord Coe pressed over Adidas sweatshops (03/12)
Amnesty International launches Amnesty India (03/12)
Convergence India network launched in London (03/12)
Asian Women of Achievement Awards 2012: Shortlist Announced (03/12)
The Asian Awards expand their horizons for 2012 (03/12)
CINI UK suported by Jade Jagger and fashion designer Alice Temperley (03/12)
Yasmin Alibhai Brown to co-host Migrant and Refugee Women’s Awards (03/12)
Asian Women of Achievement reflect on International Women's Day (03/12)
Sonna Rélé helps to raise £60K for the British Asian Trust (03/12)
Launch of Convergence India, Tuesday 20th March 2012 (03/12)
Spectre of Gandhi helps Tata raise £100K for cancer hospital (02/12)
Pakistan wins first Oscar for documentary film 'Saving Face' (02/12)
LSE Student's Union India Week: 20th - 26th February 2012 (02/12)
New Hindu School in Harrow Appoints Head Teacher and Opens Applications (01/12)
NRIs honoured by Indian Government in New Delhi (01/12)
Asian Women of Achievement Awards 2012: Nominations Open (01/12)
William Hague MP inaugurates King's India Institute, London (01/12)
'Innovation in Education' a key theme at LWF12 (01/12)
Asian charity donates £10K to Leicester's Cardiovascular Research Centre (01/12)
Sewa Day 2012 selected as a Queen's Diamond Jubilee event (01/12)
The woman behind hit film 'Slumdog Millionaire' (01/12)
London to host premier learning conference & festival LWF12, 25th - 26th January (01/12)
New Statesman survey asks 'Are the Media Racist?' (01/12)
Asians recognised in the Queen's New Year's Honours List 2012 (01/12)

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