Redhotcurry.com logo


Search Web
Search Redhotcurry.com
 
Archived Articles
Year 2008
  Year 2007
  Year 2006
  Year 2005
  Year 2004
  Year 2003
  Year 2002
  Year 2001
  Year 2000
 
News Headlines
     
News Headlines
News Headlines
 
 
 
News 2006
News ->


MUSLIMS IN LONDON: NEW REPORT PUBLISHED
Muslim WomanMayor of London, Ken Livingstone, and Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain, published a new report, 'Muslims in London'. The report illustrates the diversity of London’s Muslim communities and barriers faced by Muslims in everyday life. One in twelve Londoners is Muslim. read more read more
 
MIRZA HUSSAIN GETS TWO MONTH DELAY OF EXECUTION
Mirza HussainMirza Tahir Hussain, a British national who has been sentenced to death in Pakistan, was given a last minute stay of execution following the intervention of Prince Charles. The free Mirza Hussain campaign want President Musharraf to grant a pardon allowing Mirza to return to Leeds. read more read more
 
CHANCELLOR PRAISES HINDU CONTRIBUTION TO BRITAIN
Chancellor Gordon Brown lights the Diwali Lamp at The House of Commons.The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown MP lit a lamp to commence the annual Diwali reception organised by the Hindu Forum of Britain, the largest umbrella body for British Hindus, at the House of Commons on 11 October. The Chancellor praised the significant contribution made by the Hindu community to Britain through business & professions. read more read more
 
LORD PAUL INSTALLED AS CHANCELLOR OF WESTMINSTER UNI
Lord Swraj PaulLord Paul of Marylebone has been installed as the inaugural Chancellor of the University of Westminster at a ceremony today at London’s Banqueting House (10 October 2006). Indian-born businessman Lord Paul, 75, who is chairman of Caparo Group, a global steel, engineering and property development business, said he was “proud” to be appointed Chancellor. read more read more
 
NIGHTCLUBS RAISE HINDU IRE
Image of a Hindu Goddess as featured on the Notting Hill Blag Club website.A chain of night clubs in London called the 'BlagClub' has raised Hindu ire by using Hindu iconography for their interior design. Hindu Youth UK claims that the clubs host parties where there is often hedonistic behaviour and that these activities are not compatible with the location of Hindu deities which are sacred for worshippers. read more read more
 
ISLAMOPHOBIA RAMPANT DURING RAMADAN
Islamophobia rampant during Ramadan.The Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) is alarmed at the recent upsurge in anti-Muslim attacks and Islamophobia which have coincided with the month of Ramadan. Recent attacks have included a Muslim-owned dairy in Windsor which was firebombed by a gang of 50 youths, during which time staff faced verbal abuse and had their cars vandalised. read more read more
 
MUSLIM WOMEN SHOULD UNVEIL SAYS JACK STRAW
Veiled Muslim womanJack Straw MP has caused controversey by asking Muslim women in his constituency to remove their veils (Nikab) when consulting with him about issues in the Blackburn region. In his regular column for a Lancashire newspaper, he stated that the veil acted as a "visible statement of separation and difference". read more read more
 
COE SCHOOLS TO TAKE IN 25% NON-CHRISTIAN CHILDREN
Alan JohnsonEducation Secretary Alan Johnson welcomed today's announcement that the Church of England will make available at least a quarter of places in its new schools to non-church families. The new commitment will ensure a proportion of places in new Church of England schools is open to families of other faiths and no faith if there is demand for them. read more read more
 
BACK TO SCHOOL: PAKISTAN EARTHQUAKE ONE YEAR ON
Takia Doga School Outdoor LessonIt is easy for many to forget the terrible earthquake which killed about 40,000 people in the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan this time last year, but for thousands of children like Zainab Bibi, who survived the tragedy, recovering from the trauma has not been as easy. Learning for Life is a UK-based charity, had been working to resume education for children. read more read more
 
PAKISTANI CHILDREN FACE YEARS OF SCHOOL IN TENTS
Pakistani childrens face years of school in tents. Image courtesy of Save The Children.One year after the South Asia earthquake destroyed their schools, thousands of children are facing many more years without proper classrooms. More than a million school children were affected by the earthquake and around 8,000 schools in Pakistan were destroyed or damaged. In some areas none of the destroyed schools have yet been rebuilt. read more read more
 

Click here for October 2006 news stories.
Click here for September 2006 news stories.
Click here for August 2006 news stories.
Click here for July 2006 news stories
Click here for June 2006 news stories.
Click here for May 2006 news stories.
Click here for April 2006 news stories.
Click here for March 2006 news stories
Click here for February 2006 news stories
Click here for January 2006 news stories.

Top

 
Google Ads
 
 
 
 
  © 2002-2008. Copyright of Redhotcurry Limited. All Rights Reserved.
Home | Feedback | About Us | Press Room | Contact Us | Sitemap
USA/CANADA:
USA Site News | Business | Films | Galleries | Music | Theatre
UK NEWS & BUSINESS :  UK Site News | Business | Money | Property | Views
ENTERTAINMENT : Books | Festivals | Bollywood | Bollywood News | Bollywood Films | Films | Galleries | Museums | Music | Parties | Theatre | Television
LIFESTYLE : Culture | Eating Out  | Food & Drink | Health | Horoscopes | Home Decor | Garden | Shop | Style | Sports : MPCL | TravelWeddings
MEMBER SERVICES : Directory | eGreetings Cardsenewsletters | Wallpapers | Sign-up | DiscussEmail
SHOP: Search | Categories | Basket | Shipping | Account | Terms | Refunds | Wish List
Terms of Service | Privacy Policy | Terms of Contribution | Community Standards