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Brexit for the Brown Girl – BBC Radio London

In conversation with BBC Radio London’s Shyama Perera, discussing Brexit’s impact on South Asians. Listen to the full interview here   

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My Big Fat Indian Non Wedding

”..Whilst weddings are assumed to be the most appropriate place to ask inappropriate questions, trust me when I say that sarcasm is a tried and tested method, which will fail miserably.” Read my do’s and don’ts for the Indian Wedding Season in The Asian Today here Also featured in USA’s Brown Girl Magazine  Originally published here

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Let me eat my cake!

“…Birthdays, for me personally, have a weird way of elevating different emotions. Where there is the excitement and buzz of celebration and merriment, the silent reminder of the not-so-slow ageing process can just as equally dampen that joy…” Read the full article on the perils of hitting 30+ in the award winning The Asian Today […]

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The Asian Silence

“..At a time, where the UK has seen a huge growth in charities and refuges specifically for women of ethnic minorities, the fear of raising a voice suppresses even those who are aware of their options because their cultural base has already set the foundation of inequality..” Article now published in The Asian Today Originally […]

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BBC’s The Asian Silence

Honoured to be a part of BBC’S The Asian Silence hosted by BBC Radio Four’s Ritula Shah to discuss, one year on, the impact of the horrific Delhi gang rape on South Asian communities in the UK. Listen to one of the snippets from the show Listen to the full debate on BBC Desi Download’s […]

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The Evolution of the British Indian Woman

What does it mean to be a British Indian woman? The Evolution of the British Indian Woman  – an event which was screened at Kingston-Upon-Thames’ Rose Theatre in June 2013, explored the essence of a British Indian woman through the experiences of three branches of one family tree. A grandmother, who moved to the UK […]

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