NHSF (UK) National News

NHSF (UK) welcomes you to our 25th anniversary!

On Saturday 19th March 2016 at Shree Hindu Community Centre, Birmingham, NHSF (UK) stakeholders witnessed the launch of the 25th Anniversary year. The launch was marked with a presentation showcasing both the advances and achievements of our organisation over the last...

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Maintenance Grants Cut

Maintenance Grants Cut

  UK Chancellor George Osborne has announced that the current maintenance grant is to be scrapped and replaced by a loans system, affecting students starting University in September 2016. When the government tripled tuition fees in 2012, they attempted...

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UK Students Welcome Modi

NHSF Imperial Was it worth sitting in a chilly Wembley Stadium for well over 4 hours waiting to get a glimpse of the first Indian Prime Minister to visit the UK in over a decade? Absolutely! The whole event was a true spectacle showcasing and celebrating the best of...

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Why should we vote?

Why should we vote?

Less than 50% of students turned out to vote in the last general election. We’re labelled as lazy, uninterested and apathetic when it comes to elections. Apparently, we just don’t care! Why is it then, that 9 in 10 students came out to vote in the referendum in...

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In Unity Lies Strength

In Unity Lies Strength

‘In Unity Lies Strength ‘ A phrase often heard of by many, but how can we take apply this proverb to the recent Scottish referendum? On the 18th September 2014 Scotland took to the polls in an eagerly awaited referendum, with fierce campaigning on both sides lasting...

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A Tribute to Shri Arjan ji Vekaria

The National Hindu Students’ Forum (UK) is shocked and deeply saddened this morning to hear of the sudden passing away of Shri Arjan ji Vekaria, President of the Hindu Forum of Britain. Arjan ji was a supporter of the NHSF (UK) and came to several university events...

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UKIP: The third party now?

By Suraj Bhanot PR Team Officer A week ago, senior government minister Ken Clarke, described the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) as ‘clowns’. As the local council elections results come in, it appears as though the ‘clowns’ have it. UKIP has emerged as a...

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Ekatva Oneness Tour

Ekatva Oneness Tour

By Sweta Mehta Sewa Co-ordinator, NHSF (UK) What is Ekatva? Ekatva means the spirit of Oneness. It is a dance and drama production based on Mahatma Gandhi’s principles, performed by sixteen underprivileged children coming from some of the largest slums in Ahmedabad,...

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The Ekatva Tour

The Ekatva Tour

Ekatva is an experiment to touch the lives and spirits of 16 underprivileged children from India, through the mediums of dance, music, performance and most importantly, love. On this journey, we hope to spread seeds of goodness and compassion throughout the world....

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