Life in isolation

By: Aina Humayoon

A year ago I would never have thought that I would be stuck in lockdown forbidden to go out of the house. Whe I think of distractions or try to be productive I remember what the point of trying to distract myself is; if this is the…

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Award winning female academic calls on the High Commissioner

London: Award winning female academic Professor Khanzadi Fatima Khattak called on H.E. Syed Ibne Abbas, Pakistan High Commissioner to the UK on 22 March 2018.

Pakistan-based first female Prof. Khanzadi Fatima Khattak, the Vice Chancellor of Women University Swabi, recently received the prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Fellowship…

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Spies, Lies, And All The Ties

By: Shaghofta Akhtar (Nottingham UK)

Undercovering filming by the UK Channel 4 news program, reveals how Cambridge Analytica claims it ran ‘all’ of President Trump’s digital campaign – and may have broken election law. It claims to do this by secretly intervening in the democratic process. Protonmail was used to…

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Pakistan Peace Collective signs MoU with WCOP

London: A delegation of the Pakistan Peace Collective (PPC), visited the UK to hold an interaction with the Pakistani business community at the Pakistan High Commission London. An event was jointly organized by the High Commission, World Congress of Overseas Pakistanis (WCOP) and the PPC, and was attended by leading…

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Students raise record sum of over £1m for Islamic Relief

London: Students across the UK and overseas have raised the record-breaking sum of over £1m for Charity Week – by far the largest annual amount in the Week’s 13-year history.

The students raised a total of £1,057,220.12, which will be used by Islamic Relief to…

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Women Entrepreneurs visit the Pakistan High Commission London

London-A ten-member delegation of Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WCCI), called on H.E. Syed Ibne Abbas, Pakistan High Commissioner to the UK. Led by the founder Chairperson of WCCI, Dr Shehla Javed Akram, the delegation informed the High Commissioner that the main purpose of the visit…

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Brexit: Better Off OUT!!!

By: Samiya Mobeen

I know for a fact that on the 23rd of June, we’re all expected to stroll down to the nearest polling station and make our vote on whether to stay in the EU or make our leave. I also know for a fact that many of…

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The Big Question, IN or ...... ?

By: Rbeeza Mobeen

To remain, or not to remain?  That is the question.  The question of the generation- our generation.  The question that’s been lolling off everyone’s tongues lately and the question that will ultimately determine whether Britain should remain a member of the European Union (EU) or…

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Young British Muslims to raise £300000 in Ramadan

London: Volunteers from Islamic Relief are dedicated to achieve the target of £300000 from selling cakes. The #Cakes4Syria campaign forms part of Islamic Relief’s annual Ramadan Appeal 2016. The theme of this year’s campaign is ‘SubhanAllah’ and celebrates the contribution that Muslims have made in halving extreme poverty…

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All this hard work I do is for my daughter: Amir Khan

Bradford: Boxer Amir Khan and his wife Faryal spent a whopping £100,000 on their daughter Lamaisah’s second birthday party.

The celebrations for 250 guests took Mrs Khan three months to plan and included Disney princesses, Peppa Pig and a real-life ballerina.

The party, held at the home…

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Justice (R) Nasira Iqbal: A Woman comfortable within her own skin

By: Barrister Huma Price
When I followed her around it became evident quite quickly that Justice Nasira Iqbal is a complete identity in herself and not at all dependent on either her husband (Justice Javed Iqbal) or her legendary Father-in-Law (Allama Iqbal) to assert herself. She is a…

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Gender Equality in South Asian Countries

By: Huma Price, London
I would like to make it clear right at the outset that when I talk about Gender Equality in South Asian Countries I talk about JUST THAT. I am very conscious of the fact that as soon as somebody raises a voice against fundamental injustices within…

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