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International entrepreneurs, investors, CEOs, political figures including former Presidents and Prime Ministers academicians, media giants, sports and film personalities convened in London for the second edition of Power Brands Global and London International Forum for Equality (LIFE) Summit. The ceremony saw high profile global leaders in politics, business, sport...
By Grahame Anderson From 15 May till mid-June the holy month of Ramadan will see British Muslims worshipping the third Pillar of Islam by giving away a portion of their wealth to charity. Known as 'Zakat', it's also a form of self-purification and a chance to help the poor and...
By Grahame Anderson Home Secretary Sajid Javid announced plans earlier in the week for MI5 to declassify and share information on UK citizens suspected of nurturing terrorist sympathies. In his first major speech since taking over from Amber Rudd, Mr Javid said: “Last year's wave of terror attacks showed the...
Children’s Heart Surgery Fund (CHSF) celebrates its thirtieth anniversary this year and is appealing for urgent help during the holy month of Ramadan. Donations will support the Leeds Congenital Heart Unit (LCHU) at Leeds General Infirmary with essential medical equipment, parent accommodation and ward facilities. Three year old Esa Khan is from...
Workplace expert, Acas, has launched new guidance to help employers prepare for potential issues that could arise over the World Cup period. The 2018 World Cup will take place in Russia between Thursday 14 June and Sunday 15 July. Football match start times in the UK will vary between 1pm...
Communities across the district are being encouraged to have their say on the Government's Integrated Communities Strategy. In March the Government selected Bradford as one of five local authority areas to participate in the Government's Integrated Communities Strategy. Bradford was announced along with Blackburn with Darwen, Peterborough, Walsall and Waltham Forest...
Bradford's leading intercultural and arts centre Kala Sangam  is bringing a rare Santoor performance to  Bradford as it welcomes Ustad Kiranpal Singh, one of the leading masters of the Santoor in the UK and Europe. Originating from the Jammu and Kashmir regions of Northern India, the Santoor produces a sound...
Eidi, biryani and family – make for the perfect Eid-al-Fitr celebrations. From low key celebrations to large family gatherings – the traditions of celebrating the end of Ramadan has been passed down from generation to generation. Interwoven with tradition and celebration, Asda understands just how important it is to get...