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#Nabbed: British Pakistani man arrested in connection with Imran Farooq murder

#Nabbed: British Pakistani man arrested in connection with Imran Farooq murder

A British Pakistani man has been arrested by Scotland Yard investigators in connection with the 2010 murder of Pakistani politician Dr Imran Farooq in north London. 

A Yard spokesperson confirmed t...

#TheQuestion: 'Most Romantic Guy in London' is a British-Indian electrician from Wembley

#TheQuestion: 'Most Romantic Guy in London' is a British-Indian electrician from Wembley

The 'most romantic man in London' has been revealed as a British-Indian electrician from Wembley.

The London Evening Standard tracked down Utpal Kanbia, 23, after his elaborate and thoroughly roman...

#DIASPORA: Countdown begins to the biggest, most colourful London Mela ever

#DIASPORA: Countdown begins to the biggest, most colourful London Mela ever

Europe's largest outdoor South Asian Festival returns to West London this weekend with a spectacular line-up of music, dance, visual arts and food.

The London Mela 2014 promises a veritable treat o...

#DADABHAI: Nick Clegg announces new awards ceremony inspired by India's iconic Grand Old Man

#DADABHAI: Nick Clegg announces new awards ceremony inspired by India's iconic Grand Old Man

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, who is on a trade visit to India, today announced plans for a new awards programme for individuals whose achievements have strengthened relations between India and ...

#Location: Indian film fund to invest $20 million in British co-productions

#Location: Indian film fund to invest $20 million in British co-productions

It may not be the multi-billion dollar contract to build an economic corridor linking major Mumbai and Bangalore but it is something.

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, on a trade visit to India, on...

#OUTRAGE: Thousands of Indian 'Dalits' forced to clear human waste with bare hands despite laws - Report

#OUTRAGE: Thousands of Indian 'Dalits' forced to clear human waste with bare hands despite laws - Report

Thousands of poor, low-caste Indians are still forced to use their bare hands to clean human waste from sewers and open roads across the country, despite laws prohibiting such work, Human Rights Wat...

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