Posted by Ali Khimji
There is no doubt that you would have seen the calamities that have affected Japan in recent days. So far, at least 2,500 casualties have been confirmed, with 1,800 injured and over 3,700 people missing. And that’s without mentioning the millions that are without access to clean water, fuel or food.
There have [...]
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Written by Tabassam Hamid
According to a study by totaljobs.com, two-fifths of graduates end up on the dole following graduation. This news builds on a remorseless barrage of negativity for our aspiring youngsters. It begins at college where poorer students no longer have access to the Education Maintenance Allowance. Then, those who will manage to overcome [...]
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Wherever you are right now, close your eyes and listen to what you hear. We are always surrounded by the constant humming and whirring of technology around us. Right now at the moment, I hear the tapping of keys, and the scrolling of a mouse control.
What all this noise does to us [...]
Having achieved so much in 2010, we have a lot to look forward over the forthcoming issues:
Dr Joel Hayward, Dean of the Royal Airforce School joins us as a Comment writer with his reflections on political and social issues.
We are introducing a brand new Sports section, highlight upcoming tournaments and featuring exclusive interviews with high profile sports [...]
By Khadija Gulamhusein
It’s the top story on every credible news outlet: the latest Wiki Leaks releases. The contents of approximately 250 000 classified cables from US embassies worldwide were leaked to the whistle-blowing website and a proportion of these are now fully available for public scrutiny. Understandably, the US government [...]
By Ali Khimji
There used to be a time when following someone could lead to some sort of reprimand, but we now live in an age where it is commonplace to follow a range of celebrities, as well as friends and family. (If you’re lucky, they may even follow you back).
In-case you [...]
“How many languages can you speak?”
A question that you have probably been asked many times in the past. A lot of people tend to stumble when it comes to answering it, as there are languages that we can understand but not speak, or languages that we can speak but not write and vice versa. Ok.. [...]
Written by Saqeb Mueen
With the Con-Lib Coalition Government reaching the 100 day milestone, Saqeb Mueen explores some of the issues of particular relevance to Britain’s Muslim communities.
Since the 1930s, it has become customary for modern governments to be judged through its performance in the first 100 days. But in Britain today, the assessment of the [...]