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Severe flood warnings issued by Environment Agency as Met office describe this as the wettest December on record for Cumbria since records began in 1910. The Environment Agency has warned communities in the north of England to prepare for flooding since yesterday and with more expected further into the weekend. Heavy rain...
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Red Chillies Entertainments Pvt Ltd announces the first day overseas collection of the film was $3.4 million. Dilwale has met with tremendous response not only in India but key international markets, even going past benchmarks set by SRK’s earlier films in some places. The Rohit Shetty directorial which brings...
People who sexually exploit and abuse older teenagers should receive tougher sentences because 16 and 17-year-old's are still children, a Yorkshire MP has said. Sarah Champion, Labour MP for Rotherham, said the capacity of older teenagers to consent to sex could be “impaired through an imbalance of power between a...
Ten men have been found guilty at Bradford Crown Court today of a total of 16 charges of raping a child. An eleventh man, Mohammed Akram, was convicted of sexual activity with a child and a twelfth man, Khalid Mahmood, pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to charges of...

The Sacked One

By AYYAZ MALIK Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho who won the league title last season has been sensationally sacked by the West London club. The Blues who appointed their former manager for a second spell in June 2013, have decided to end the 'special one's' tenure by mutual consent. Sadly for Jose, this...
By AYYAZ MALIK Asian female coach Halima Khan from Bradford is looking to inspire local girls from the Yorkshire area through sport and to be more specific, cricket with regular cricket sessions at Woodlands Cricket Club. Khan who is the only female sports coach at Woodlands Cricket Club is looking to...
By Alison Bellamy The 2013/14 Annual Population Survey tells us that of the overall working age population in England that 14% are Black and minority ethnic. A NEW report has revealed a startling lack of staff from black, Asian or minority ethnic backgrounds working in large scale theatre companies. Nearly half of...
By ALISON BELLAMY A new non-executive director is being sought for the governing board of the Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust. Trust chairman Michael Smith said he was appealing particularly to people from the Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community to apply for the position, which is part-time and...
By ALISON BELLAMY Award-winning comedian and presenter Shazia Mirza takes a break from working in Los Angeles to speak to Asian Sunday. She is currently writing and performing in the United States and is in demand world-wide; as the UK’s best known Asian Muslim female comedian, who often talks about the...
By ALISON BELLAMY “We need more Asian donors to help save lives . It could so easily have been a different story” What is involved in being a stem cell donor? Dawud’s parents are now encouraging more South Asian people to join the Anthony Nolan register to help other children like their son. Around...