Monthly Archives: June 2018


Is Simplicity the Solution to Our Problems?  Today’s is the age of science and modern technology. On one hand, we benefit a lot from technology which has enabled us to have improved communication, an easy access to information, facilities for having creativity and innovation in life, ease of mobility, efficiency […]

Is Simplicity the Solution to Our Problems?





Council leaders in Bury have welcomed the announcement that consultation on the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework will be delayed until October following the publication of new official population figures. The GMSF is to be Greater Manchester’s masterplan to meet housing and employment needs over the next 20 years, and its […]

Bury welcomes delay in Spatial Framework









Pak-UK Education Gateway to create strategic partnership between Pakistan and UK higher education sectors A delegation of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan headed by Professor Dr. Mahmood ul Hassan Butt, Chairman HEC, called on H.E. Syed Ibne Abbas, the High Commissioner on 21 June 2018. Ms. Rosemary Hilhorst, […]

HEC delegation calls on the High Commissioner


The Benefits of Integration into British Society By Abdul Qasim Swati, Manchester (UK) United Kingdom is one of the most accepting and welcoming countries for migrants in the world. The British people are more welcoming and willing to accept migrants, especially those who struggle to seek asylum as refugees or who have […]

The Benefits of Integration into British Society










We often talk about rights and responsibilities in our day-to-day lives, but we do not concentrate sincerely and genuinely on the relationship and link between the two. Some people think that rights and responsibilities or duties are totally two different things. Some believe that rights are more important than responsibilities, […]

Rights Bring Expectations and Responsibilities






H.E. Syed Ibne Abbas Pakistan High Commissioner to UK visited Oxford University on 13 June 2018 for an exclusive talk and interactive session with a select group of students of the Oxford University’s Pakistan Society who were also joined by students from the Cambridge Pakistan Society. The visit was part of High Commission’s Youth Engagement and outreach initiative for […]

High Commissioner gives a talk at the Oxford University




















BREAKING NEWS: Nikah ceremonies to become Illegal in UK This islamaphobic Government is planning to make it a criminal offence to hold a nikaah without holding a civil registration. Other measures include strictly controlling and regulating madrasas to ensure children support gay rights and British values. Your last chance to […]

Nikah ceremonies to become Illegal in UK