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BMH UK to host round table on EHRC inquiry on deaths in custody of adults with mental health problems

Human rights campaigns group, Black Mental Health UK is hosting a roundtable on the Equality and Human Right Commission’s inquiry into non-natural deaths of adults with mental health problems in detained setting this week, where health professionals, academics, front line workers and those who use the services from the community will be able to contribute to this work.

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Akshay Kumar takes tough stand against rape atrocities

Akshay Kumar is a man who says what he thinks, and so he recently voiced his views on women’s security by raising speculative concerns that not enough is being done in his homeland of India to prevent and deter the widespread rapes cases emerging.

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Crème de la Crème honored at the Asian Wedding Awards

The Asian Wedding Industry honored 18 of their colleagues at the Annual Asian Wedding Awards, earlier this week (8th December 2014) at the Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel. The Annual gala dinner, attracted the who’s who of the UKs Asian Wedding Industry, dignitaries as well as celebrities including Afshan Afazal of Harry Potter and local news presenter Nazia Mogra.

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BMH UK among Diaspora delegation at United Nations launch of International Decade on People of African Descent

Black Mental Health UK's director Matilda MacAttram is among the delegates from across the Diaspora attending the official launch of the international Decade for People of African Descent at the UN Headquarters in New York presided over by Sam K. Kutesa, President of the 69th session of the General Assembly on Human Rights Day, 10 December 2014.

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Property show in London to attract investment to Dubai

Sumansa Exhibitions, the producer and organisers of highly successful property and consumer shows, is pleased to announce the Dubai Property Show, taking place in London on the 27th Feb 2015 till 1st March 2015. One of the first of its kind to be held in the UK, the three-day property show will be looking to open its doors to thousands of prospective buyers in the UK searching to take advantage of the unique investment and business opportunity that is growing in the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates.

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Film Caribbean UK Festival & ‘Caribbean Reflections in British Media’ Seminar sponsored by CaribBe TV

The first ‘Film Caribbean UK’ festival and the ‘Caribbean Reflections in British Media - Diversity Matters’ Seminar, are held from 15-18 December 2014 in London, and are sponsored by CaribBe TV. CaribBe TV, the premier multi-media platform, which launched last September, is supporting the newest Caribbean film festival coming to the UK ‘Film Caribbean UK’. The new service which streams Caribbean television live and on-demand, direct from the Caribbean to the United Kingdom, is sponsoring this important festival as part of its efforts to bridge the gap between the Caribbean and the UK/Europe.

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Indian Summer launches own App

Brighton's award-winning Indian Summer restaurant, which has been part of Brighton's impressive dining scene for more than a decade has launched its own App for its growing number of regular customers who book online, mostly through their smart phone.

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The DSC Prize for South Asian Literature Announces Coveted Shortlist at Exclusive Event. Pulitzer Prize Winner Jhumpa Lahiri Amongst the Shortlist

Thursday, 27th November 2014, London: The world’s literati gathered at the historic London School of Economics and Political Science on Thursday, 27th November, as the prestigious shortlist for the fifth annual DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2015 was announced.

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RCC Christmas Party: Explorations in Romanian Music

Romanian Cultural Centre in London has the pleasure to invite you to our Christmas Party EXPLORATIONS IN ROMANIAN MUSIC Wednesday, December 10, 2014 | 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

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Row of issues erupt over the tiny pill in Canada

1st December 2014, United Kingdom ( The advocates for the women’s rights hailed Brian Gallant who is the New Brunswick Premier for causing the strike on Wednesday where the remaining restrictions on abortions are still present. The big battle actually is seen lying in the bleak rural - urban division across Canada and these tiny pills that can actually assist in filling the gap.

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