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Sparkles of 'Shaam' light up Imperial College

Imperial College Pakistani Society hosted a glamorous evening all in aid of the Edhi Foundation UK - an amazing charity working relentlessly to improve the conditions of the less fortunate in Pakistan. The society’s...

Pak students enjoy ‘Jashan’ at Middlesex Varsity

Middlesex University Pakistani Society arranged a colourful variety programme under the title ‘Jashan’ to present Pakistani culture which was largely attended by the students >>

Pakistan Summer Boat Party aboard Flotilla at river Thames

Colourful traditional Pakistani cloths, bright faces, desi food, laughter and music amongst much more was to be seen aboard M.V Dixie Queen, one of the largest and most luxurious boats that sail on the river Thames alongside the famous landmarks in the historic Central London. >>

Oxford: Students hold conference on British-Pakistani issues

A group of Oxford University students are organising a first of its kind event, the National British-Pakistani Conference. >>

Uni system 'unfair' to state pupils

State-educated students may get less help with university applications, struggle to find experiences to write about and are more likely to make mistakes, research suggests. >>

UK 'has most top uni rankings'

The UK has the most universities in a list of the world's best higher education establishments under the age of 50, including Loughborough University, although it fails to rank in the top five. >>

Sharp fall noticed in educational standard among poorer classes

A fresh research study has made a shocking revelation where three in five youngsters from poorer segments of society do not master educational basics before starting secondary school. >>

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'Forced marriage to become criminal offence'

Forcing someone to marry against their will is to be made a criminal offence in England and Wales, it has been confirmed.Figures from the Home Office Forced Marriage Unit show 1,468 cases were recorded in 2011.

David Cameron orders Baroness Warsi inquiry

David Cameron has ordered an inquiry into whether Conservative Party co-chairman Baroness Warsi breached the ministerial code when she was accompanied by a business partner on an official visit to Pakistan.

British Asians warned of gold theft during wedding season

Asian families in Britain have been warned by police to beware of criminals who could target their gold jewellery during the traditional wedding season in summer.

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CARE - A Solution to Pakistan's Illiteracy

CARE Pakistan is a charitable initiative based in Pakistan, with chapters in London, UK and Houston, USA, whose avowed mission is to educate underprivileged children in rural Pakistan. CARE has not limited its scope to education

MEP Karim backs women of Kashmir to bring peace to the region

MEP Dr Sajjad Karim promoted the role of Kashmiri women and said they could be ‘the key factor in promoting peace in the region’ in a powerful high level conference in the European Parliament today.

Muslim Aid appoints Hamid Azad as CEO of Muslim Aid

UK-based international relief and development charity Muslim Aid announced the appointment of Hamid Azad as the new CEO of the organisation.

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Rakhi Sawant inspired by Kim Kardashian

Rakhi Sawant recently shocked the makers of her new show Gajab Desh Ki Ajab Kahaniyan by demanding C-string panties.

Rioters will face full force of law: Cameron

David Cameron has warned the London rioters of a stern punitive action saying “you will feel the full force of the law and if you are old enough to commit these crimes you are old enough to face the punishment.”

Netan becomes first British Asian to play in Cypriot league

Netan Sansara has signed for PAEEK in Cyprus, becoming the first British Asian footballer to play in the Mediterranean country.

Holiday season health and beauty tips

Maintain your health and natural beauty at all times with the help of the following tips as beauty should never be put on hold.

 
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