What Brexit means for Indians

Britain has officially left the European Union. Many Indians must have wondered what all the raucous was about. Brexit was conceptualised to control the flow of Europeans, loss of jobs and economy by the ruling Conservative Party. So what is Brexit? ‘Britain, with the exclusion of Northern Ireland will no longer a part of the…

How to stay strong after a break-up

A messy break-up can impact your life in ways you can’t imagine. A bad break-up can affect an individual in various ways. If a break-up has a negative impact on your personality, then it is absolutely necessary that you gain your confidence and move on. A break-up shouldn’t be a roadblock in your personal life….

Signs that you are no longer in love

Being in a toxic relationship can affect your work performance and life-satisfactionDating is a normal part of a human’s life, but most times, relationships can cause damage and unnecessary conflict. Being a part of these relationships are unfruitful and will only amount to stress and irritation. Try to save yourself from emotional turmoil and heartache,…

How to battle depression

By the year 2020, 1/3 of the world is predicted to suffer from depression. Though overcoming depression is an overwhelming task, there are certain habits depressed people have that makes their depression worse. If you’re trying to overcome depression, then there are a list of things you shouldn’t be doing. These daily habits actually make…

Overseas students suffer as Home Office increase maintenance funds

Overseas students are no longer welcome in the UK. Studying here has become more expensive as the Home Office has increased the maintenance fees for overseas students by 24%.    Lekha Bhavsar’s sigh is apparent, as she serves her last sandwich before her break. The tears forming in her black eyes are palpable. The young woman…

How to keep our FoI intact

The public needs to urge their MPs to submit substantial evidence in order to protect the Freedom of Information Act (FoI), says Director of Campaign for Freedom of Information, Maurice Frankel. Speaking to The Westminster Wire, Frankel stressed the importance of the FoI Act, which affects you in ways you might not be aware of.

Bizarre New Year’s Traditions

We all love to party during New Year’s. But we also have New Year’s traditions which we follow habitually. Traditions are a part of a human’s life, and they make a celebration more interesting. While drinking during New Year is normal in the UK, in India, drinking isn’t a tradition. Here’s a list of strange…

PM to renegotiate with EU : What do Londoners think?

Prime Minister David Cameron has been having informal discussions with various European leaders regarding Britain’s membership in the European Union. We went around Oxford Circus to find out what people think about Brexit, as Cameron restructures Britain’s relationship with the EU.

Better than a comic book

Manga is the Japanese version of a comic, which has illustrations and is usually printed on cheap newsprint. Anybody in Japan can afford a manga. It’s as cheap as a newspaper. It is said that in Japan, if a person is done reading a manga, they leave it anywhere, and another person will pick it up to…

Adaption, the safest option on TV

Reality shows never go out of fashion. As they promise to provide more reality instead of fiction, the audience is constantly attracted. As countries differ in terms of culture, producers like to experiment and alter reality shows that adapts to the local culture. Despite the difference in culture, the concept of these TV shows seems…

The deadline attack

PHOTO CREDIT : FLICKR Image via https://www.flickr.com/photos/kaitobrien/5966260838/in/photolist- The assignment deadline. The most dreaded period of time in a student’s life is the day before their deadline. Just like reporters, students are equally stressed while working before the given time. As students struggle to revise their modules, and writing their 1000 word long essay, feeling exhausted and…