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By Ninder Kaur The heatwave has killed more than 1,100 people in India in less than one week, with temperatures nearing 50C (122F) in some areas. The worst hit area  is Andhra Pradesh where authorities say 852 people have died in the heat wave. A further 266 people have died in the neighboring state of Telangana. Other...
By Ninder Kaur It’s no surprise that everyone is jumping on the gym bandwagon at the moment to get their beach-body ready just in time for summer. You’ve got the patterned leggings with the matching tank top. You are rocking the latest trainers. But the only thing you’re missing from your...
Glaswegian based singer Shaz IA has teamed up with the award winning music composers Tigerstyle for her second single Aage Peeche. Shaz IA born and raised in Glasgow began singing since a young age being inspired by Bollywood singers Asha Bhosle and Kishore Kumar. Shaz IA who is full time solicitor...

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By Ayyaz Malik When one thinks of professional footballers one naturally thinks of prima donnas, money grabbers and overall 'arrogant' individuals . I say this due to the money that football deals with and the weekly wage of top players - as well as the the perception footballers don't connect...
By Hasina Momtaz Muslim organisations have sent an open letter today to Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, following comments reportedly made by Commander Mak Chishty, Britain’s most senior Muslim police officer. The story emerged following an interview given to the Guardian by Commander Chishty, who is Head of Community Engagement...
By Ninder Kaur Fans of Akshay Kumar were in for a real treat this weekend when the superstar posted a shirtless selfie on a social networking site. In the picture, Akshay is seen showing off his muscular torso in a way of telling his brothers that "If I can do it...
By Ayyaz Malik After much hype off the pitch in regards to their match against Zimbabwe, Pakistan did their talking on the pitch with a five wicket win over the African side. The 1992 world champions who have been playing at neutral venues since 2009 host Zimbabwe for a T20...
By Ayyaz Malik Shapla Sports Initiative  an organisation based in Bradford, is to hold weekly cricket sessions on Saturdays. The weekly sessions on Saturdays at the BEAP CP Sports Hall is an event which is in partnership with the Yorkshire cricket foundation. In a new drive to encourage more Asian children...
By Ninder Kaur The Asian Women of Achievement Awards 2015 took place at the London Hilton, Park Lane on Tuesday 19 May to celebrate the unsung heroines of British life. The annual award ceremony, which was co-founded by Pinky Lilani OBE DL in 1999 celebrates women’s achievement. The event, which is now...
By Ayyaz Malik To say it's been a soap opera is the understatement of the year - but the saga that is English cricket  unfolded on the pitch on Thursday rather than off it as New Zealand helped kick off the English summer. The Kiwis who were beaten finalists in...