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HSS UK Celebrates Golden Jubilee

HSS UK (Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh)  is a social/cultural national organisation of Hindus and a registered charity, with average weekly attendance of over 2000 (nationally).

2016 marks the Golden Jubilee of HSS UK.

We would like to personally invite you and your family to participate in this historic and a unique event - Samarop (concluding function) of Sanskrti – MAHASHIBIR 2016

RationalFX founder has been tasked with securing London’s financial interests and job market as EU Brexit negotiations take place

In the wake of the Brexit vote, mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced the appointment ofYoung Gun Rajesh Agrawal as deputy mayor for business.

Britain's outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron spiced up his 'last supper' at his 10 Downing Street office-cum-home with some spicy Indian food such as Hyderabadi Saffron Chicken, Kashmiri Rogan Josh and Samosas.

His Holiness Pujya Shri Rameshbhai Oza will be visiting Leicester for 8 days from July 26th – 2nd August 2016, at Rushey Mead recreation grounds, Melton Road, Leicester.

Seeking to enhance its ties with resource-rich Tanzania, India on Sunday extended its full support to it to meet its development needs and signed five agreements, including one for providing a Line of Credit of $92 million in the water resources sector.

In voting in favour of Brexit, the United Kingdom's people have delivered the biggest shock to the international system since the global financial crisis of 2008.

Experts claim Brexit could make life difficult for Indian IT professionals.

Brexit could make life more difficult for Indian professionals migrating to the UK for work and also for those who have to move between the UK and EU. The IT industry accounts for a high number of such professionals.

Indian Ambassador to Ireland Radhika Lal Lokesh launched the Dublin event.

Hundreds of yoga enthusiasts practised their poses in Dartmouth Park on Saturday morning for the launch of International Yoga Day.

A fund raising event for Skanda Vale hospice  to be held at Ashcroft Theatre Croydon. An evening of wonderful entertainment provided by Mahesh & Nitu Gadhvi  (legendary singers from Bollywood films such as Janbaaz, Jungle Love Story and Sir Richard Attenborough’s Gandhi)  performing with a full live band.

When it comes to naming Mr Universe, the first name that springs to mind is probably that of Arnold Schwarnegger. Who would have thought there was a Mr Universe from India?

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