5 reasons how the BJP can change – The Future of India PM Narendra Modi era

1. The Internet The internet gives access to lot of information and thus society is no longer subject to one set of ideas. Centralisation of power by the Congress Party made direct communication campaigns a challenge on social media. They were unable to gather the trends in public opinion through polls Voters were mobilised to… Continue reading 5 reasons how the BJP can change – The Future of India PM Narendra Modi era

Rush Hour Chaos in Chennai as passengers are stranded at Guindy.

Reporter : February 20, Tuesday, 2018     COMMUTERS in Chennai were left stranded at Guindy Railway Station after the  passenger footbridge crossing was blocked. Commuter frustrations were caught on camera.   https://youtu.be/7RSpaH-D0w8   Pictures showed commuters crowding  inside  the station as Transport for Guindy (TFL) staff could not  do anything and put innocent people's… Continue reading Rush Hour Chaos in Chennai as passengers are stranded at Guindy.

Fairtrade fortnight celebrated by Brent voluntary organisation

11:56 19 March 2013 (First published in Brent and Kilburn Times) Nancy Woods The event last week formed the culmination of Fairtrade fortnight Event held by BTWSC at the Learie Constantine Centre in Willesden A Brent based voluntary organisation ended a special fortnight dedicated to Fairtrade with a presentation in Willesden. The ‘Lets Talk Fairtrade… Continue reading Fairtrade fortnight celebrated by Brent voluntary organisation

School in Kingsbury awarded with prestigious honour

12:00 23 March 2013 (First Published in Brent and Kilburn Times) Nancy Woods Woodfield School is celebrating after being awarded 'Teaching School Status' Woodfield School has become one of only 350 schools in the country to be granted teaching school status A school in Kingsbury has been recognised for its hard work and been given… Continue reading School in Kingsbury awarded with prestigious honour

Meeting to showcase the way businesses are helping the community in Brent to take place next week

20:00 24 March 2013 (First Published in Brent and Kilburn Times) Nancy Woods Cllr Muhammed Butt The Business Breakfasts event will take place at South Kilburn Studios The latest in a series of meetings showcasing the ways businesses are helping the community is coming to Kilburn. The Business Breakfasts event, hosted by the Employer Partnership… Continue reading Meeting to showcase the way businesses are helping the community in Brent to take place next week

Kilburn man in battle to be crowned the world’s bodybuilding champion

08:00 30 March 2013 (First Published in Brent and Kilburn Times) Nancy Woods Jonathan Erskine-Nartey who will compete next month Jonathan Erskine-Nartey will take part in contest in Hertfordshire A Kilburn man will join fitness models and athletes from across the world when he takes part in a gruelling test of physique and fitness. Jonathan… Continue reading Kilburn man in battle to be crowned the world’s bodybuilding champion

Schoolchildren from Wembley officially welcome new residents into Brent

16:34 10 May 2013(First Published in Brent and Kilburn Times) Nancy Woods Chalkhill School pupils watch a citizenship ceremony at Brent Town Hall Pupils from Chalkhill Primary School attended the citizenship certificate award ceremony Schoolchildren from Wembley helped officially welcome new residents into the borough at Brent Town Hall yesterday. Pupils from Chalkhill Primary School… Continue reading Schoolchildren from Wembley officially welcome new residents into Brent

Labour politicians launch campaign to halt fire station closures

14:52 20 May 2013 (First published in Brent and Kilburn Times) Nancy Woods Camapign launched against plans to close 12 fire stations Navin Shah and Barry Gardiner kick-start crusade in Wembley Labour politicians have launched a campaign to save the closure of 12 fire stations in London claiming the plans will have an impact on… Continue reading Labour politicians launch campaign to halt fire station closures