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Our columnist Mr Money Bags, who has decades of experience in Finance, an MBA, an advanced diploma in Financial Planning and not to mention his super business skills, is here to give you, our loves readers some valuable tips and advice on money business matters. He is forthright and...
What was it like having director Davis Guggenheim enter your life to make this film? In the first meeting we were very confused about how it was going to work, what he would ask, whether he would find some actors to play our roles, and how was he going to...
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BY Ayesha Babar We live in a world today where we are constantly surrounded by images. Whether it is Kim Kardashian’s 59 million followers on the social-networking site Instagram, or magazines and newspapers bombarding us with visuals, it truly is the age of pictures speaking more than a thousand words! It...
So here I am again with another article in this thought-provoking health series for Asian Sunday. My columns are designed to explore topics, start a conversation and touch on real life issues that affect every community. The series is not designed to take the place of medical advice and...
BY Alison Bellamy To mark upcoming International Women's Day on March 8, Asian Sunday is naming its Top 10 most influential Asian Women in the UK. Across all sectors of business, politics, achievement and contribution to society, we have picked our worthy winners in what was a difficult task. The list is...
As 2016 gets underway, Macmillan Cancer Support have revealed that they were able to commit £1.5 million to supporting and caring for those with cancer in the Yorkshire and Humber area, thanks to the ongoing efforts of hard-working fundraisers. Francine Tyler, Macmillan Area Fundraising Manager, said: “Because of all your support,...
Today sees the start of a drive by the Electoral Commission and the National Union of Students asking people to use social media to inspire their friends to register to vote ahead of the elections which are taking place on Thursday 5 May. Utilising the power of social media, they...
The Government could find savings of up to £700m by appointing a Chief Biomedical Engineer in each NHS Trust and would encourage best practice in procurement, maintenance and use of medical equipment, according to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Healthcare: Engineering Solutions for the NHS campaign document. The announcement comes...
Doctors and Nurses in the UK are running on nearly empty, with most skipping meals throughout the day in favour of snacks throughout their shifts. A new study from older person's charity and hospital retailer Royal Voluntary Service reveals the majority of doctors and nurses working in the NHS are...
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