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    DICKENS IN URDU, PUNJABI AND GUJARATI

    Dickens novel Oliver Twist will be available in a number of Asian languages in order to encourage ethnic minorities in London to read classic literature. The novel, which has been adapted on stage, cinema and television,...
    2012-03-28 952 0
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    HER ROYAL HOTNESS

    Edgbaston Youth Worker wins Miss Birmingham Crown. A Birmingham youth worker has won the title of Miss Birmingham. Kris’ina Jagpal will represent the city in the final of the Miss England competition this summer, in hope...
    2012-03-20 872 0
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    Spotlight falls on outstanding students

    TV Presenter Arti Halai recently helped celebrate the outstanding work of Birmingham City University students as they gained awards and recognition from blue chip organisations such as the BBC, Microsoft UK and Jaguar Land Rover. Arti...
    2012-03-19 953 0
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    PROJECT SRI LANKA

    Lycamobile commits £1 million long term investment in schemes to help people in Sri Lanka overcome poverty through education, livelihoods and health. International mobile operator Lycamobile has joined forces with The British Asian Trust, a Prince’s...
    2012-03-13 1319 0
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    Ministry of Hajj’s warning to service providers welcomed by British Muslims

    The Association of British Hujjaj (Pilgrims) UK (ABH); a National Hajj specific organisation working for the welfare and wellbeing of Hajj and Umrah pilgrims welcomes the new forewarning issued by Ministry of Hajj, Saudi Arabia to...
    2012-03-12 618 0
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    Metropolitan Police Chief to be honoured at University ceremony

    A former student from inner-city Birmingham, who has risen to the rank of Commander in the Metropolitan Police, is among the outstanding former students who will be honoured at Birmingham City University’s forthcoming graduation ceremonies. Makhdum...
    2012-03-12 713 0
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    KIDNEY AWARENESS ROADSHOW UK

    Mobile Community Kidney Health Awareness and Screening Programme A well-known charity to run a number of roadshows at shopping centres, venues and South Asian festivals in a bid to raise awareness of Chronic Kidney Disease amongst...
    2012-03-12 897 0
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    PUBLIC APPEAL FOR AWAIS

    FUNDRAISING FOR EPILEPTIC BOY A local school is holding a fundraising event for aBirminghamboy left paralysed by an epileptic fit. St Benedict’s Infant School are planning activities on 29th March as part of the school’s annual...
    2012-03-08 994 0
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    MAKE BRADFORD BRITISH SPLITS OPINION

    Channel 4’s latest reality offering, Make Bradford British claims to be “a two-part series that brings together people of different races and backgrounds to see if they can come up with a common notion of the...
    2012-03-08 1065 1
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    BLOOMING BRILLIANT

    Britain’s first Asian male master florist! A Birmingham man has become the first male master florist after attaining a qualification in flower arranging. Harkamal Ubhi, also known as Raj, was awarded a Level 5 Master Diploma...
    2012-03-08 1036 0
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