British-Indian businessman Ranji Boparan, known as the "chicken king", is set to axe around 1,800 jobs in the UK as part of a major restructuring of his food business empire.
India's Gaganjeet Bhullar, who had a tough time in the middle east swing, moved into top-15 at the Africa Open Golf here on Saturday. The Indian, who has five wins on Asian Tour, shot his third straight round in 60s to get to 11-under for three rounds after making the cut in the weather-hit event.
Britain’s Sikh community has extended more aid and deployed more volunteers, as thousands of homes in Wales and elsewhere remained without power due to storms of over 100 mph, and continuing breaching of river embankments in other places.
A British Sikh man has become a "crorepati" overnight after he won the 250,000-pound jackpot on a television game show in London. Roop Singh became the seventh contestant to win the prize (about Rs 2.59 crore) and only the second male to clock the impressive feat on Channel 4's popular 'Deal or No Deal' show.
A man, who attacked a Sikh religious leader with an axe at a temple in the Britsh city of Leicester last year, told a court that he brought the weapon with the intention of scaring his victim.
A new survey has revealed that the majority of international students studying in the UK feel unwelcome in the country with a significant number saying that they would not recommend their friends to come and study in UK.
A group of Sikhs from Berkshire and the West Midlands have won hearts by volunteering to deliver essential supplies and help relief efforts in Somerset and south-west England, which have been hit by floods described as 'biblical' by Prime Minister David Cameron.
Two Indian-origin robbers have been sentenced to nearly four years in prison each in Britain for brutally attacking an 80-year-old man. Harbans Singh and Varinder Singh robbed the terrified pensioner in the northern England city of Leicester, knocking him to the ground and leaving him with injuries to his hands and face.
A Twitter photograph of a Sikh man in the United Kingdom, turning a branch of fashion chain Urban Outfitters into 'Turban Outfitters' by using a sign, has gone viral.
A metal food bowl, two wooden spoons and a wooden fork owned and used by Mahatma Gandhi during his incarceration at the Aga Khan Palace in Pune and at the house of shipping magnate Sumati Morarjee in Mumbai have been put on sale in Bristol. Photo Inside
The mother of a three-year-old Indian-origin boy, whose body was recovered two days after his disappearance from Scotland's capital Edinburgh earlier this month, has appeared in court for a second time on charges of murder and attempting to defeat the ends of justice.
A teenager in Britain was charged for allegedly posting a racially offensive comment on social media site Facebook about the death of an Indian-origin toddler in Scotland. Warren Butler, 19, of Cumbria in North West England bordering Scotland, has been charged with improper use of a communications network in connection with the death of Mikaeel Kular, the Mirror reported.
Worshippers at a gurdwara in the British city of Leicester had a lucky escape after its roof collapsed after being struck by lightning. CCTV footage showed that a group of elderly women were singing hymns at the Ramgarhia Sikh temple in Leicester on January 25
Acknowledging the contributions of Punjabis to the British society, Prime Minister David Cameron has said the community members through their hard work are helping the country's economy.