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A Call for Peace and Justice

October 23, 2015 |

The desecration of the holy Guru Granth Sahib has left our Sikh brothers and sisters distraught, with violence in Punjab further aggravating the situation. Whilst little information is available about the situation, our message at NHSF (UK) is simple: such … Read More

Nepal Earthquake – 12 May

May 13, 2015 |

Sonal Keshav NHSF (UK) National Vice President

 

On this day, we humbly and sincerely pray.

Aum shantishanti shantih!

 

“May there be peace in me! May there be peace in my environment! May there be peace in the forces that … Read More

5 things for Hindu students to consider in the polling stations

May 6, 2015 |

Yajur Shah NHSF (UK) National President

 

Tomorrow is the big day! Many of us are still undecided and often because the world of politics is a dizzying whirlpool of policy, jargon and well, politicians that most of us just … Read More

Nepal Earthquake

April 30, 2015 |

 

Yajur H Shah NHSF (UK) National President

Sonal Keshav NHSF (UK) National Vice President

 

“Look upon every man, woman and everyone as God. You cannot help anyone, you can only serve: serve the children of the Lord, serve the Lord … Read More

Peshawar School Attacks

December 21, 2014 |

Pupils who survived the brutality at their school in Pakistan live to tell the horrific story of the events which occurred this week. At least 132 children and nine members of staff were killed when Taliban gunmen stormed the school … Read More

In Unity Lies Strength

September 30, 2014 |

‘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, … Read More

Yashika Bageerathi

April 7, 2014 |

NHSF PR Team

Yashika Bageerathi, an A-level student aged 19, The student had been in the UK since 2011, and was deported on an Air Mauritius flight from Heathrow Airport 2nd April at 9pm.

A young student, who had arrived from her home country of Mauritius, to the United Kingdom, in 2011 along with her mother and two younger siblings. She has gone on to study for her A-levels, and is regarded by her peers as possessing tremendous academic talent. Termed a ‘gifted’ schoolgirl and described as an active and helpful member of the school community by her head-teacher, Ms Lynne Dawes, Miss Bageerathi is predicted As and A*s for her A-levels and is due to take her exams next month, in May. Despite being detained in the Immigration Removal Centre, Yashika attempted to continue her studies and complete her A-levels. Read More

Burglary at Shree Hindu Mandir Leicester

April 8, 2013 |

National Hindu Students Forum (UK) condemns the recent burglary at Shree Mandir on the 7th April 2013, Leicester in the strongest of terms. We appeal for anyone who has information regarding this robbery to contact the police as soon as … Read More

Delhi Bus Gang-Rape

December 22, 2012 |

National Hindu Students’ Forum (NHSF) (UK) is deeply shocked and saddened by the gang rape incident which took place in the Indian capital, Delhi. On Sunday 16th December, a 23-year old medical student was gang raped and brutally attacked with an iron rod on a bus for approximately an hour in the Munirka area, along with her male friend who tried to defend her.

It is understood that the victim has undergone surgery and is in fighting spirit, however her condition is still described as critical.There have been widespread protests by communities within Delhi and the government have announced that measures will be put in place to make the capital safer for women. Read More

Statement against Sikh temple in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

August 17, 2012 |

We wholeheartedly condemn the horrific attack that took place on the 5th August at the Sikh temple in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We send our sympathy and solidarity to the Sikh community, both in Wisconsin and across the world, at this difficult … Read More