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By AYYAZ MALIK England secured a 3-0 whitewash over Pakistan after winning a thrilling final match in the super over. The tourists who have already clinched the three-game series would have been looking to complete the 'clean sweep' as they look to prop up the T20 rankings which is headed by...
By ALISON BELLAMY A MOTHER is appealing for more Asian people to come forward as potential stem cell donors, after her baby’s life was saved by a stem cell transplant from his three-year-old sister. Zahra Hussain, 29, is calling for more people from ethnic minority backgrounds to join the blood cancer...
By ALISON BELLAMY TEACHERS are taking part in new ‘Prevent’ terror awareness courses, as part of a Government drive to stamp out all kinds of terrorism and extremism. But are they actually working to spot early signs of terror in our classrooms, including hard to detect on-line grooming? The Counter-Terrorism and Security Act...
By NADEEM SAEED As the horrors of coordinated terrorist attacks in Paris were unfolding on our TV screens and social media, one community across Europe and Britain was more worried than others. After every act of violence perpetrated in a Western country in the name of Islam, Muslims are expected to...
By AYYAZ MALIK In a game that many were expecting so much from, Tottenham and Chelsea produced a game that was disappointing to say the least. Tottenham who have been in good form of late were in fifth going into this game and were looking to carry on their recent good...
By AYYAZ MALIK Great Britain's tennis players, wrote themselves into the history books with a 3-1 win over Belgium in the Davis Cup final. The win in front of a partisan Belgian crowd meant for difficult umpiring on a court that didn't have the Hawk-Eye system. The win against Belgium, was...
Pupils at Mirfield Free Grammar School are being forced to perform their obligatory prayers outdoors because it is believed the School is refusing them permission to use space inside the building.  The dispute is now in its second year and parents are upset that their children once again have...
By Ayyaz Malik An overall good performance with bat and ball helped England to a 14 run win over Pakistan in the first T20 international in Dubai. After winning the toss, the tourists couldn't have got their chase off to a worse start as three wickets fell before 50 were...
The Sun's front page on Sunday ran the headline '1 in 5 Brit Muslims' sympathy for Jihadis', which met with a roasting from some politicians and was widely discredited in the media. However, the Twitteratis sportingly went one step further and starting trending the hashtag #1in5Muslims, with a hilarious spoof of...
Dr. Rakish Rana describes himself as a Clear Coach and is a professional mentor. He has over 16 years’ experience (and counting!) in dealing with high end clientele in the high-pressured world of Investment Banking. He loves reading (lots of) books, enjoys English, Hindi and Punjabi movies and just...