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The Queen's New Year Honors List for 2015 has been revealed, celebrating the contributions of British individuals to their country. DESIblitz explores some of the Asians who have also made the prestigious list.

 

The Prime Minister’s Recommendations for the New Year Honors List 2015 have been released featuring 1,164 names of British individuals.

These individuals are those that have contributed to all sectors of British life and society and have performed services at the very highest level.

Each year the number of British Asians commended for their contributions grows, and 2015 has seen a number of high profile names.

Of them include marathon runner and extraordinaire Fauja Singh who has been awarded a Medalist of the Order of the British Empire (BEM) for his services to both Sport and Charity.

The centenarian is the world’s oldest marathon runner and has been tirelessly fundraising for charitable causes for over two decades.

Also receiving CBE’s (Commanders of the Order of the British Empire) are James Caan for services to Entrepreneurship and Meera Syal MBE for her services to Drama and Literature.

Caan has also been recognized for his charitable services through the James Caan Foundation where he has raised significant funds for social enterprise.

Having left school at the age of 16, British Pakistani Caan began his own recruitment businesses and is now considered one of the wealthiest Asians in the UK.

He has contributed significantly to Pakistani areas plagued by natural disasters, and has even built a school to ensure that young poverty-stricken children can receive education.

Meera Syal who is already a holder of an MBE has now received a CBE for her contribution to the arts.

Famous for her TV roles in Goodness Gracious Me and The Kumars at No. 42, the comedy actress has also scripted films and books which comment on British Asian identity.

 

Here are some of the British Asians and South Asians who have been recognized on the Queen’s New Year Honours List 2015.

 

Knighthood

·                 Nilesh Jayantilal SAMANI, DL Professor of Cardiology, University of Leicester. For services to Medicine and Medical Research.

 

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

·        James CAAN Founder and Chairman, Start Up Loans Company. For services to Entrepreneurship and charitable services through the James Caan Foundation.

·        Ms Meera SYAL, MBE Actress and Author. For services to Drama and Literature.

·        Miss Adeeba MALIK, MBE Deputy Chief Executive, QED-UK. For services to Interfaith and Community Cohesion.

·        Ms Shakuntala Michaela GHOSH For services to Venture Philanthropy and the Voluntary Sector particularly Homeless and Disadvantaged Young People.

·        Ms Uma MEHTA Chief Community Services Lawyer, London Borough of Islington. For services to Children.

 

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

·        Dr Mohinder Singh AHLUWALIA (Bhai Sahib Mohander Singh) For services to Interfaith and Community Cohesion.

·        Gulfaraz AHMED Headteacher, Parkinson Lane Primary School, Halifax. For services to Education.

·        Ms Sajda MUGHAL For services to Community Cohesion and Interfaith Dialogue.

·        Professor Venugopal Karunakaran NAIR Head of Avian Viral Diseases Programme, Pirbright Institute. For services to Science.

·        Professor Dilip NATHWANI Director of Medical Education, NHS Scotland. For services to Treatment of Infectious Diseases.

·        Surat Singh SANGHA Managing Director, Asiana Ltd. For services to Entrepreneurship.

·        Jatinder Kumar SHARMA Principal and Chief Executive, Walsall College. For services to Further Education.

·        Professor Iram SIRAJ Professor of Early Childhood Education, Institute of Education, University of London. For services to Education.

 

Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

·        Ms Shabana Iltaf ABASI Head of Service, Cafcass Greater Manchester. For services to Children in Greater Manchester.

·        Waqar Afzal AHMED Prevent Manager, Birmingham City Council. For services to Challenging Extremism and Empowering Communities.

·        Shahnaz, Mrs AKHTAR Foster Carer, Slough. For services to Children and Families.

·        Ulfat Shahin, Mrs ASHRAF Muslim Chaplain, Birmingham. For services to Interfaith and Community Cohesion.

·        Hasan BAKHSHI Director, Creative Economy in Policy and Research, Nesta. For services to the Creative Industries.

·        Ahmed BASHIR Head, Operations and Finance Business Partner, Marketing, UK Trade and Investment. For services to Equality in the Public Sector.

·        Surinder Kaur, Mrs GHURA For services to Interfaith Understanding and to the community in Newcastle upon Tyne.

·        Paul Shanthakumar JACOB Lately Trustee, Christian Aid. For charitable and voluntary services.

·        Gurmel Singh KANDOLA Chief Executive, National Sikh Museum, Derby. For services to the community.

·        Abdul Razaq KHAN Foster Carer, Slough. For services to Children and Families.

·        Surinder Pal Singh KHURANA For services to the community in North East Lincolnshire.

·        Atul MARU Executive Officer, Border Force, Heathrow Airport, Home Office. For services to Law Enforcement.

·        Ms Vanita PARTI Founder, Blink Brow Bar. For services to the Beauty Industry and to Street Children in India through Butterflies.

·        Ushma, Mrs PATEL Diary Secretary, Department for Communities and Local Government. For services to Public Administration and to the community through the Dharmaj Society of London.

·        Mohammad Aslam RASHUD Headteacher, John Summers High School, Flintshire. For services to Education in Wales.

·        Laila, Mrs REMTULLA Managing Director, Laila’s Fine Foods Ltd. For services to the Food and Drink Business.

·        Miss Zubeda SEEDAT Policy Officer, Public Health, Department for Health. For services to Public Health.

·        Mizan Rahman SYED Internet Technical Manager, Cabinet Office. For services to Government Digital Communication.

·        Mohammed Kabir UDDIN Imam, HMP Wormwood Scrubs. For services to HM Prison Service.

·        Muhammad ZAHUR For services to the Pakistani community in Sheffield.

 

Medallist of the Order of the British Empire (BEM)

·        Dr Shazad SALEEM Dentist, Manchester. For services to Dentistry.

·        Fauja SINGH Marathon Runner. For services to Sport and charity.

 

The extensive names of British Asians and South Asians above showcase how much our Desi community is contributing to greater society.

Whether it be through the charity, social enterprise, health or education, British Asians are doing wonders for their country. Congratulations to all of the honoraries!

 

Source- Desiblitz

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5 Golden Rules for Radiant Summer Hair by Celebrity Hairstylist Asgar

 

Summer is in the air. It’s the time to daydream about white sandy beaches, to book impulsive summer getaways and soak up the sun by the pool, piña colada in hand. And while we love indulging in post-beach pampering sessions and slathering our skin with tropical scented concoctions, our hair care is often eclipsed by our obsession with radiant summer skin. According to Asgar Saboo, celebrity hairstylist and Style Director at the Daniel Galvin Salon in London, sun, chlorine and humidity are the summer foes of great hair and the key to avoid damage is to start a protective hair-care routine in early spring and follow it during the hot months to come.

 

 

  1. Make sunscreen for hair your beach bag beauty essential. UV rays can wreak havoc on your tresses, leaving them frizzy, faded and brittle. Choose a good protective spray and apply generously to protect your hair from being scorched.
  2. Get into the air-dried hair look. Spare your locks some heat and give your hair dryer a summer break.  It’s the perfect time to let your hair dry naturally and experiment with adventurous summer beach waves. To avoid frizz, Asgar recommends towel drying your hair thoroughly and applying a leave-in conditioner. Twist the damp hair into a bun and secure it with a clip to dry to achieve tousled fun-loving summer waves.
  3. Coconut oil is the holy grail of summer hair care. Packed with natural goodness, it makes for the perfect frizz antidote. Asgar suggests using it as a leave-in conditioner to make up for the summer excesses. Coconut oil penetrates into the hair fiber, bringing out deep conditioning from inside out and acts as a potent moisture lock. Put a small amount of coconut oil in the palm of your hand and rub your hands together. Apply on to the ends of your hair and carefully work your way up, concentrating on the ends and using very little or nothing at the roots.
  4. Seal in your colour with the help of colour lock treatments. Asgar recommends using keratin treatments to fight back the bleaching effects of the sun and keep your highlights looking sun kissed. Keratin builds a protein shield that helps strengthen, repair and seal in the hair colour. Radiance masks are also a good option to protect the hair colour.
  5. Don’t underestimate the use of fresh water. Salt water and chlorine are often responsible for the dreaded ‘summer frizz’. According to Asgar, by drenching your hair with fresh water before and after a swim, the hair is less likely to absorb salty water or chlorine. It’s also a good idea to keep a spray bottle with fresh water to refresh the hair whilst sunbathing.

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Most men prefer an average-looking, playful woman with a good sense of humor to a supermodel as a partner, a recent survey has found. According to the study, a good sense of humor was the first priority in a mate for men, followed by a fun-loving partner putting physical attractiveness down the list at ninth. According to the American Journal of Play study, women also look for someone who is fun and has a good sense of humor, but also believe a man with kindness and understanding is more important, the report said.

Entre Nous principal Rosalind Baker said fun was what most single people wanted at the start of any relationship. “When you first meet someone it’s only natural to want a bit of fun and get that spark first before looking for the long-term qualities,” she said. “Once they are aware of their long-term relationship needs, the other important characteristics kick in and fun slips down the list,” she added. Baker said honesty, trust, understanding, openness, respect, kindness, caring, warmth, loving and affectionate traits were things both men and women desire after the initial “fun stage.”

“Even though a man is seeking a woman who will be kind to his parents, be the perfect mother for his children, the ideal partner to support him in his career, the most wonderful hostess and world’s best housekeeper, he also wants a playmate – someone he can relax with and have fun. If he doesn’t get that in a woman, that’s when he’s most likely to find a playmate outside the relationship,” she said.

Source : MSN

 

Most men prefer an average-looking, playful woman with a good sense of humor to a supermodel as a partner, a recent survey has found. According to the study, a good sense of humor was the first priority in a mate for men, followed by a fun-loving partner putting physical attractiveness down the list at ninth. According to the American Journal of Play study, women also look for someone who is fun and has a good sense of humor, but also believe a man with kindness and understanding is more important, the report said.
 
Entre Nous principal Rosalind Baker said fun was what most single people wanted at the start of any relationship. “When you first meet someone it’s only natural to want a bit of fun and get that spark first before looking for the long-term qualities,” she said. “Once they are aware of their long-term relationship needs, the other important characteristics kick in and fun slips down the list,” she added. Baker said honesty, trust, understanding, openness, respect, kindness, caring, warmth, loving and affectionate traits were things both men and women desire after the initial “fun stage.”
 
“Even though a man is seeking a woman who will be kind to his parents, be the perfect mother for his children, the ideal partner to support him in his career, the most wonderful hostess and world’s best housekeeper, he also wants a playmate – someone he can relax with and have fun. If he doesn’t get that in a woman, that’s when he’s most likely to find a playmate outside the relationship,” she said.

 

 

 

Madras Cafe will not be released in the UK after protests.

The film stars John Abraham as an Indian Army Intelligence Agent sent to Sri Lanka to break a resolute rebel group. Viacom18 Motion Pictures and JA Entertainment released a statement saying: ‘We have made a realistic film without been frivolous and over sensationalising anything as we believe that the Indian audiences are now looking for credible and realistic cinema.

"We have told a story, it’s our right of creative expression, we have worked hard to make this film. We only urge people to see the film without being biased and judge it on its merit and not politicize a creative product.’ The scenes in London mirror similar protests by pro-Tamil groups in Canada and in Chennai, South India, where demonstrators called for the film to be banned. Earlier this week, the film was fully cleared for screening globally, as well as in India by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) .

The point of contention stems from claims by Tamil groups that the film portrays the LTTE as a terrorist organisation.

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