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Raminder Uberoi, a volunteer at the National Army Museum, takes part in the re-enactment at the Dragon School. Picture: Ed Nix

Hero’s act of bravery is retold in dramatic style at his old school

Review: Shakespeare’s Macbeth at the Theatre Royal Windsor

Review: Shakespeare’s Macbeth at the Theatre Royal Windsor

The group is hoping to assist the East Lancashire Hospice which requires  over £3million a year, much of which is acquired through fund raising efforts. You can find out more about the group at www.connectuk.org.uk

Hospice set for big cash boost

On set with singer Sheeba Khan

Yasir Akhtar announces details on Pakistani and UK film collaboration

Protests have regularly tracked the Delhi rape and murder

Southall Gurdwara opens its doors for public screening of India's Daughter

INTERVIEW: Hardeep Singh Kohli on his new Edinburgh restaurant

INTERVIEW: Hardeep Singh Kohli on his new Edinburgh restaurant

How conversations with Jew and Muslim inspired plasterer to write award-winning play

How conversations with Jew and Muslim inspired plasterer to write award-winning play

Dushyant Mehta, age 10

Donor needs match to save life

Nadia grew up in Borehamwood

The battle between the burka and the bikini

If you want to arrive in style take the Punjabi bus!

If you want to arrive in style take the Punjabi bus!

Meera Behu

Therapist to share groundbreaking work on Tamil depression at South Africa conference

Sonia Gill strikes a pose

Bollywood film queen is living the normal life

Zia Chaudhry

Challenging lazy views of Islam – on all sides

Shiv Jhala

Edmonton actor wants to change the face of film like hero Sylvestor Stallone

Pictures: Leading designers gather at Faisann Fashion Weekend

Pictures: Leading designers gather at Faisana Fashion Weekend

Comedian Paul Chowdhry grew up in Edgware

It's PC gone mad

Ranu Mehta-Radia (fourth from left) with Prime Minister David Cameron and fellow mums of the year Diana Golding, Jane Plumb, Maggie Hughes, Pamela Clark, Lynn McManus and Laura Young

Downing Street reception for mum who founded school

Ranu Mehta-Radia

School founder crowned mum of the year

Yousuf Bhailok with his family in his suit as a boy - Bombay Airport - 1962

Golden memories brought to life in book

Kidney transplant patient Mohammed Rafique Butt and documentary maker Nadeem Butt are campaigning to get more people – especially from minority ethnic communities – to register as organ donors

How we could all give the gift of life

Abdul Aziz Chaudhry with honourary officers East Lancashire Racial Equality Council.

REVIEW: ‘Our Work, Our Lives, Our Town: Burnley People, Pakistani Roots’

It is hoped to set up a Bradford project based on a Glasgow project working with ethnic minority women and girls who have suffered sexual abuse

Uniting against sexual abuse

Nisha Anil was cut out to be a princess

Nisha Anil was cut out to be a princess

Puja Devi, Phoolmanti Devi with her son, Marie Saint-Arnoult, Lakshmi Devi

Women in rural Indian village train as solar engineers

Asma Khan

Asma Khan's Indo-Chinese Supper Club - Review

Shalini is queen of the cupcakes!

Shalini is queen of the cupcakes!

Shiv plans 60km in 6 days challenge for MS charity

Shiv plans 60km in 6 days challenge for MS charity

Sotheby’s to auction works of Tipu Sultan

Sotheby’s to auction works of Tipu Sultan

INTERVIEW: Madhur Jaffrey 'I learnt to cook out of desperation...'

Madhur Jaffrey: 'I learnt to cook out of desperation...'

Taxi-driver is a new man after losing 10 stone

Taxi-driver is a new man after losing 10 stone

Picture courtesy: Kiran Bedi Facebook

Kiran Bedi: A vision for India

David Bellamy at Southport Flower Show

David Bellamy at Southport Flower Show

Nargis Fakhri: 'I was proud perfomring stunts'

Nargis Fakhri: 'I was proud performing stunts'

John Abraham: 'Madras Cafe role was a lot more demanding'

John Abraham: 'Madras Cafe role was a lot more demanding'

REVIEW: No Sex in the City, by Randa Abdel-Fattah

REVIEW: No Sex in the City, by Randa Abdel-Fattah

Masjid-e-Anisul Islam: A mosque run by the community for the community

Cancer patient to speak at Windsor charity night

Cancer patient to speak at Windsor charity night

(Picture by - Brad Christopher)

Interview: Tehmina Sunny

GIRLS TALK: Author Sufiya Ahmed with students Jennifer Sharo, 14, left, and Cerys Holding, 13

Author tells the story of her novel

Bollywood dance and fitness instructor Salma Zaman has written a children’s book

Charming tale of tiny Bollywood dancer

Inspirational student who nearly died from burns is now a model. Photo: HotSpot Media

Inspirational student who nearly died from burns is now a model

PICTURES: From here and 'There'

PICTURES: From here and 'There'

Uzma Rafiq, who gives weddings a contemporary twist with tiered cupcakes instead of the traditional wedding cake

Uzma’s sweet success with passion for baking

Manchester based fashion designer Krishna Nareshkumar Gandham

Getting married? Get the perfect dress

Interview: Faran Tahir on appearing in the new Dallas series

Interview: Faran Tahir on appearing in the new Dallas series

Namira to be first Pakistani in space

Being first Pakistani in space will be an honour

Dr Kusoom Vadgama has edited the writings of Cornelia Sorabji

'My heart beats with two pulses'

Abrar Shah at the new Fire It Up American-style diner in Girlington, which he is hopnig will be the first in a chain

‘New diner brings best of all worlds’

'I just want to tell different stories about people like me'

Ten Questions: Salima Manji of the London Dinner Club

Ten Questions: Salima Manji of the London Dinner Club

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