World Environment Day is celebrated every year on 5 June to raise global awareness to take positive environmental action to protect nature and the planet earth.

                                                                                                Illustration Credit: Freepik

The World Environment Day is the biggest global celebration for positive environmental action.The first World Environment Day was celebrated in 1972 to mark the opening of the Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment. The World Environment Day is a part of the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) for creating awareness and action worldwide for the environment. It is one of the principal vehicles through which the United Nations (UN) stimulates worldwide awareness of the environment and enhances political attention and action. Today it is widely celebrated in more than 100 countries.United Nations designed World Environment Day as the main tool to create worldwide awareness about hot environment issues.

The main theme of celebrating the World Environment Day is “Reduce greenhouse gas emissions, protect flora and fauna, and save the Earth.” It is a good step toward the neat and clean environment of the world. The industrialization growth damage the world environment by its harmful gases in the air which also damage the Ozone layer. It Reduce greenhouse gas emissions, protect flora and fauna, and save the Earth.” It is a good step toward the neat and clean environment of the world. The industrialization growth damage the world environment by its harmful gases in the air which also damage the Ozone layer.

World Environment Day can be celebrated in many different ways: Through Art and Craft Exhibition , Film Festivals, Competition, Demonstration Activities, Drama, Online and Social Media Activities. It is a day for people from all walks of life to come together to ensure a cleaner, greener and brighter outlook for themselves and future generations.

This year's theme of celebrating the World Environment Day is  "Go Wild for Life" - Zero Tolerance of the illegal Wildlife Trade.

  • The illegal trade in wildlife has not only lead to erosion of biodiversity but has threatened the wildlife in a major way.
  • Elephants are being slaughtered for their tucks, tigers for skins with embalmed heads and the shell of giant sea Turtles are sold in the market just for the sake of money.
  • All this has threatened the present as well as the future generation and we need to fight before it becomes too late.

THE World Environment Day 2016 SLOGAN is ‘GO WILD FOR LIFE’



                                                                           MOTHER TERESA's UNCONDITIONAL LOVE



Mother Teresa had a beautiful heart. She decided to work to eliminate the sufferings of the humanity and the misery of the helpless. She stayed in India in major portion of her life.


Mother Teresa was born, 1910, in Skopje, capital of the Republic of Macedonia. Little is known about her early life, but at a young age she felt a calling to be a nun and serve through helping the poor. At the age of 18 she was given permission to join a group of nuns in Ireland. After a few months of training, with the Sisters of Loreto, she was then given permission to travel to India. In 1928 she came to Calcutta (now Kolkata) with a message of love. At first she began her work as a teacher at Calcutta.She took her formal religious vows in 1931, and chose to be named after St Therese of Lisieux – the patron saint of missionaries.When she was working as a teacher she saw the distress of the slum dwellers which touched her heart deeply. She resigned from the service with the permission of the Church and stood amongst the half-fed and half-clothed children.


mother teresaShe converted herself to an Indian. She started to put on Indian dresses and tried to take Indian food. In a short time she became familiar to all as a social worker. She established a school for the poor children. Afterwards, she founded the Missionaries of Charity.Then she founded Nirmal Hriday. Not only in India but also in abroad there are branches of Nirmal Hriday.

“Love cannot remain by itself — it has no meaning. Love has to be put into action, and that action is service .” – Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa had first been recognised by the Indian government more than a third of a century earlier when she was awarded the Padma Shri in 1962 and the Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International Understanding in 1969.[81] She continued to receive major Indian awards in subsequent years, including India's highest civilian award, the Bharat Ratna, in 1980.[82] Her official biography was written by an Indian civil servant, Navin Chawla, and published in 1992.

Mother Teresa is the mother of the world. She loved everyone and was loved by everyone. She had devoted her entire life in the service of poor, diseased, and under-privileged people. Many people from around the world had come to meet her, and to seek her blessings.She passed on 5th of September, 1997 and the whole world paid their tribute to this noble lady of the present century.


“The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread."

                                                                                                                                                                -Mother Teresa

                                                                       Migrants Contribute Over £25bn To UK Economy



Migrants coming to the UK since the year 2000 have been less likely to receive benefits or use social housing than people already living in the country, according to a study that argues the new arrivals have made a net contribution of £25bn to public finances . People from European Economic Area countries have been the most likely to make a positive contribution, paying about 34% more in taxes than they received in benefits over the 10 years from 2001 to 2011, according to the findings from University College London's migration research unit. Other immigrants paid about 2% more than they received."These differences are partly explainable by immigrant's more favourable age-gender composition," they said.


It also found marked differences in levels of education, revealing that in 2011, 32 per cent of recent EEA immigrants and 43 per cent of non-EEA immigrants had university degrees, compared with 21 per cent of the British adult population.The academics also found that recent immigrants from the EEA – the EU plus Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein – participated more in the labour market. Their study was based predominantly on official reports including the British Labour Force Survey as well as tax data and public expenditure statistics. The EEA immigrants were also more likely to have a university degree than British people.In the paper the authors say: "We have serious doubts that the net migration target is either a useful tool or a measure of policy effectiveness and we believe that recent experience provides a number of lessons for future migration policy, both in the UK and internationally."


Net migration to the UK is calculated as the difference between the number of people entering the country and the number leaving. The target applies to all immigrants and emigrants, including British citizens and those from other ountries in the EEA.The government has focused its policies almost entirely on non-EEA citizens, the paper says, making big cuts in highly skilled immigrants and foreign students. It adds: "It is not clear what happens next – where further cuts would come from, what policies would be needed to maintain a net inflow below 100,000 or what happens if an improving economy requires more skilled labour.""The flow of people out of the country is vital to achieving the target and is something over which the government has much less influence."

A Home Office spokeswoman said: "We are building an immigration system that works in the national interest, with net migration down by a third since its peak in 2010."

"We have tightened immigration routes where abuse was rife while still encouraging the brightest and best to come here to study and work, but more needs to be done"This is why the immigration bill will prevent migrants from using public services which they are not entitled to and reduce the factors which draw people to the UK."

                                                                                       ASIAN EVENTS IN UK MAY 2016




                                                                                   1.  SHREYA GHOSHAL LIVE CONCERT


One of the most gifted and successful singers in the history of Indian cinema Shreya Ghoshal made history in the UK in 2013 & 2014 by delivering sellout shows at the Royal Albert hall followed by another sellout at the Royal Festival hall in 2015.The multi-award winner has been hailed by music writers as the Queen Bee of play back as well the bridge between Lata Mangeshkar and the future generations.She will be accompanied by top musicians and vocalists. This concert is Presented by Star Plus in association with Rock on Music,Perfect Harmony.Its a Rock on Music Productions, See you there.



                                                                                 2.   BENGALI MUSLIM MINGLE PROGRAM

Event Description :

AsianD8 would like to invite you to an evening of possibilities. Our dedicated team have been helping like-minded professionals like you to connect with someone for over 10 rewarding years. This event gives you the opportunity to meet a multitude of single British Asians in one evening through a concession of one to one 3 minute dates.Our guest's often ask the question, "Does it actually work?" Yes it does!

                                                                     200 Events Each Year + 20,000 Successful Matches = Love


ARRIVAL: When you arrive at the venue you will be greeted by one of our friendly members of staff who will show you where to register. We know at this point you may be nervous, but trust us there is absolutely nothing to be nervous about. Just remember that everyone present is in the same boat as you.

REGISTRATIONS: Our team will swiftly register you and go through the process of how the event works.You will be presented with a badge number and a matching card upon which you will decide who you like. You are then free to mingle, grab a drink or a bite to eat at the venue until the speed dating starts.

THE SPEED DATING: All ladies will be seated at their tables and then guys will take their places at their respective tables (don’t worry our team will always guide you as to where to sit). You will have dates that last approximately 3 minutes each. At the end of the 3 minutes if you are interested in the other person you discreetly mark your matching card. At the end of the event remember to hand in your completed dating cards. All guests are more than welcome to mingle and continue to enjoy the rest of the evening.





                                                                                 3.   SHANKAR EHSAAN LOY LIVE PERFORMANCE

Rock on Music in association with Alchemy are proud to present India’s multi-talented musical trio, Shankar – Ehsaan – Loy. They will be performing for the first time at Southbank Centre’s Alchemy Festival on the 28th May at the prestigious Royal Festival Hall for one night only. The trio will be accompanied by top musicians and vocalists from India with a special segment titled 'Gen Next', which will be a unique treat for UK audiences.The Trio are composers,record producers, musicians and multi-instrumentalists.The have composed music for over fifty soundtracks across four languages.Among the most critically-acclaimed Indian musicians,the trio have won over twenty awards, including a Nation Film award, three Filmfare awards, three IIFA Awards among several other awards and nominations.

Produced by Rock on Music in association with Alchemy.



                                                                                4.   DILJIT DOSANJH LIVE CONCERT

Moviebox & Brit Asia TV present – Diljit Dosanjh Live In Concert

Diljit Dosanjh is an Indian Punjabi Singer & Actor who has reached huge stardom globally.Diljit Dosanjh is recognized as one of the leading music artists in the Punjabi music industry & presently is the biggest Punjabi movie star in the world.Since touring the UK in 2014 with his sell out debut tour showcasing massive hits from his album Back To Basics, Diljit Dosanjh has had many more massive hits like “Patiala Peg”, “Veervaar”, “Jatt Fire Karda” and more recently his blockbuster collaboration with the living legend Gurdas Maan “Ki Banu Duniya Da” and the current heavy weight Bhangra anthem “5 Taara”. All these hits and his catalogue of hits will be performed with a full live band featuring Tru-Skool.Diljit Dosanjh has also been very busy with his films with the release of block buster hits like “Punjab 1984” & “Sardaar Ji” and is currently getting ready for the release of his next massive project “Ambarsariya”.Diljit Dosanjh fans can expect an amazing live concert experience, it promises to be a night of amazing live performances with amazing sound, lighting and stage production which has never been witnessed before on any Punjabi music concert tour in the UK.



                                                                                    5.    ARJUN LIVE PERFORMANCE 


Masti,located in the heart of Wembley,and is without any doubt one of London's hottest bar, club & restaurant.Each Friday will host one of the best parties in the city with live entertainment.Join our night and be ready to be a part of Friday Fever!!!Each & Every Friday thereafter Masti London in association with Sunrise Radio presents "International Superstar" ARJUN, performing live at "FRIDAY FEVER" @ MASTI LONDON"

Resident DJ's - Bass Inject

Music Policy: Bhangra - Bollywood - RnB - Anthems - Classics - Dance

2 Floors - 2 Bars - LED Lighting





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