Oli faces no-confidence motion

The political war in Nepal is never ending. In its latest, a parliamentary party meeting of the Prachanda-led faction has threatened a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Oli, reports Asian Lite News The rival faction of the ruling Nepal Communist Party led by Pushpa Kamal Dahal aka ‘Prachanda’ on Friday demanded the resignation of Prime

Biden picks Indian-Americans as policy advisors

A day after US President Joe Biden joked that Indian-Americans were taking over the US, he appointed two of them as special assistants for advising him on domestic policies. The White House on Friday released the announcement by Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris appointing Chiraag Bains and Pronita Gupta to those positions on the

Saudha and Gronthee UK celebrate International Women’s Day on Mar 7

The event is awarding three phenomenal ladies for their unique contributions either in arts, politics, for extraordinary journeys of life or glorious struggle against patriarchy, writes Kaysher Ahmed The Gronthee, a South Asian literary platform in the UK in collaboration with Saudha society of poetry and Indian music, a leading promoter of Indian classical and

St John’s Mar Thoma Church Celebrates Silver Jubilee

The Christian community from the southern Indian state of Kerala began worshipping at the former parish hall of the St Paul’s Church in 1996 and has since played an integral role in the life of the faith community …. Reports Asian Lite Newsdesk The St John’s Mar Thoma Church in Cambridge Road in Hounslow will

Home bakery experiment in London

Riccha Grrover meets Chef Joginder Dham on all about starting his micro artisan home bakery venture in Greenwich, London amidst lockdown times, an exclusive for Asian Lite International. Chef Joginder Dham is full of gusto about his home bakery concept based out of Greenwich in London making fresh bakes everyday having been a professional cook

Art of thoughtful gifting

Make Easter more eco-friendly! Dig into the reusable Swedish Easter eggs that can be filled with what you like…reports Asian Lite International. Creativity into next step Lockdown was probably the most creative time, which people ever spent in their lifetime. Some started new home-centered businesses and others monetized their creativity. This is also a successful story

Sanskruti Centre organises Mother Language Day

The captivating 3-hour virtual program attended by diplomats saw novice writers, eminent literary figures, renowned singers, and community members reciting self-written poetic pieces, reports Asian Lite News International Mother Language Day was enthusiastically marked with poetry, song, and monologue presentations recently. Organised by Sanskruti Centre for Cultural Excellence and conceived by Ragasudha Vinjamuri, the online

FATF keeps Pakistan on grey list

The global watchdog has strongly urged Pakistan to swiftly complete its full action plan before June 2021, reports Asian Lite News In a major blow to Imran Khan-led government, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), a global watchdog against money laundering and terror financing, has retained Pakistan in the ‘grey list’. The decision was taken

Media Reach Fuels Covid Campaign

They did it again. They broke the barrier to spread the message. A successful Covid vaccine campaign within a short span of time. Media Reach’s Television partnership in association with the British government regarding the Covid vaccine hits the targets. More than 20 adverts were commissioned in various languages with each channels own ‘sweetheart’ and within four weeks the spots were shot,

British Indians Rap Plot To Create Rift

Faith organisations of the Indian diaspora issued a joint statement and expressed concerns over the move to communalise the farmers protest, reports Asian Lite News Prominent Indian forums in the United Kingdom condemned the move by Khalistani miscreants with the support of some parliamentarians to divide the community by spreading fake news about the farm