Nostalgia for her own mother's home-cooked meals has led British Indian professional Shelina Dhuna to set up her own food business in London. Indian Home Cooks offers an innovative home-delivery-cum-catering service that provides authentic home-cooked Indian food at doorsteps anywhere in London.
Hunt has been on in India for possible cousins and relatives of Prince William after it emerged that he has a sliver of Indian ancestry. Attention was focused on the city of Surat in the state of Gujarat after it was revealed that Eliza Kewark, the prince's great, great, great, great, great grandmother, was of Indian origin.
Prince William, second-in-line tothe throne, will be first British king with proven Indian ancestry, DNA analysis has revealed. Researchers have uncovered the details of his lineage via a doomed relationship of William's Indian great-great-great-great-great grandmother.
A British-Indian couple was paid an undisclosed amount after they lost their unborn child as a result of a wrong drug being prescribed to the mother. Varun and Sarah Sharma, from Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire county of England, were expecting their first child last year when the mother-to-be was prescribed acne drugs that are not suitable for pregnant women.
The family of a 76-year-old London-based Indian landlord found murdered in India has sought help from British authorities to solve the case. The body of Kulwant Singh Grewal, from Southall in west London, was found near Ludhiana on May 30.
Bhangra and chicken tandoori may be British obsessions, but equally, Sikhs are on top of the table when it comes to feeling British, says a new report whose authors have questioned efforts by successive UK governments to promote 'Britishness' among immigrants.
A Sikh man has been elected first Indian-origin mayor of the 'historic' Warwick town in Britain's West Midlands region. Prabhjit Singh Dhillon, who became the 280th mayor of the town, described his appointment as a 'privilege'.
The British government has approved applications for 15 new faith schools, including two Sikh schools. UK education secretary Michael Gove cleared the applications as part of 102 new 'free schools' which are to be opened from 2014 and beyond. Free schools are state-funded schools, independent of the local authority's control. As per rules, faith schools under the category are able to select a maximum of 50% of pupils on the basis of religion.
A Sikh bus driver in Finland is fighting for his right to wear a turban while at work. Gill Sukhdarshan Singh, who works at the Veolia bus company at Vantaa near the Finnish capital of Helsinki, is trying to set a precedent by making the authorities allow him to wear a turban at work.
The British politician campaigning on behalf of an Indian-origin girl whose organs were removed at a hospital in Patiala on Sunday expressed shock and outrage that the organs were yet to be returned to the girl's parents, more than 45 days after her sudden death. Dipankar De Sarkar reports.
Refuting the allegations of the parents of a British Sikh schoolgirl, 8, authorities at Government Rajindra Hospital here have denied that it was for harvesting that her organs were extracted during autopsy.
The parents of an eight-year-old British Sikh school girl have alleged that their daughter was killed by health workers in India in a failed attempt to harvest her organs.
Three men have been arrested on public disorder and assault offences after a brawl outside a gurdwara in England. Witnesses reported that about 10 worshippers at a weekly Sunday service at Gurdwara Shri Guru Ram Das Prakash on the Old Palace Road in Norwich were involved in the fracas. Local police in the Norfolk county town have ruled out any racist motivation behind the incident.
Ludhiana's Sanya Aggarwal has made the country proud by being part of a global team involved in a groundbreaking research in the UK. The young research scientist was a crucial member of a team of world experts that has successfully inseminated the UK's only female giant panda through artificial means. The research was carried out at Edinburgh Zoo. The research was supported by the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, the conservation charity that owns and manages Edinburgh Zoo, and was part of a global panda conservation effort.
An Indian-origin nurse is on trial in the UK over charges that she attempted to "poison" her boss by spiking her coffee with mercury amalgam used in dental fillings.