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Prime Minister is "not sowing division" say faith leaders

by Imran Choudhury FAITH leaders have offered their support to Prime Minister David Cameron after he was accused of "sowing sectarianism and division" when he said that Britain is still a "Christian country". Cameron was criticised last weekend after he used an Easter message to urge Britons to be "more evangelical" about their...

Mumbai slum-dwellers wary of poll promises

AFTER four decades in the same Mumbai slum, Vimal Gaikwad is well used to politicians' tall promises at election time, when the city's millions of shanty dwellers become sought-after voters.   “The candidates just pro More Real life news »

Modi condemns 'evict Muslims' statement

INDIAN election frontrunner Narendra Modi on Tuesday (April 22) condemned virulent anti-Muslim remarks by a one-time associate as he sought to keep attention on his core message of development and corruption-free administration.   More Real life news »

Sri Lanka detains British tourist over Buddha tattoo

A BRITISH tourist has been detained in Sri Lanka for having a Buddha tattoo on her right arm and ordered her deportation, police said Tuesday (22). The unidentified woman was arrested at the country's main international airport on Monday More Real life news »

'Radical measures like judge quotas' are the 'last resort'

THE Labour party have recruited two of Britain's leading progressive lawyers to "think big" on how to achieve a balanced judiciary. Labour’s shadow justice secretary Sadiq Khan has appointed Sir Geoffrey Bindman QC and Karo More Real life news »
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