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MP Bradford Barrister Imran Hussain speaks about climate change!

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BRADFORD: MP Barrister Imran Hussain has strongly advocated climate justice while attending Global Justice Bradford’s Annual General Meeting held here. 

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MP Bradford Imran Hussain Out & About the Constituency!

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BRADFORD:  MP Bradford Barrister Imran Hussain is very often seen out and about Bradford meeting residents, campaigning on issues important to the city such as education and the NHS, and helping constituents who need support at his office and out in the community.

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MP Bradford Imran Hussain attends Quaid-e-Azam Sunday Cricket League Annual Awards Ceremony!

MP Bradford Imran Hussain attends Quaid-e-Azam Sunday Cricket League Annual Awards Ceremony!

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LONDON: MP Bradford Barrister Imran Hussain speaking on the occasion of Quaid-e-Azam Sunday Cricket League’s 37th Annual Awards lauded the successes of all those taking part in the 2016 season and said: “Great to attend the Quaid-e-Azam Sunday Cricket League’s 37th Annual Awards recently to celebrate the successes of all those taking part in the 2016 season. The league does fantastic work in breaking down barriers for the sportsmen of tomorrow and I am proud to support it”.hussain-1-copyLONDON: Barrister Imran Hussain seen speaking on the occasion of Quaid-e-Azam Sunday Cricket League’s 37th Annual Awards ceremony.

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Former Lord Mayor Bradford Ghazanfer Khaliq discusses community matters with Consul General Ahmed Amjad Ali

Former Lord Mayor Bradford Ghazanfer Khaliq discusses community matters with Consul General Ahmed Amjad Ali

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BRADFORD: Former Lord Mayor of Bradford Ghazanfer Khaliq met the Consul General Ahmed Amjad Ali here and discussed various issues concerning  the community living there. 

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Irani parliamentarians believe crackdown on environmentalists will have bad consequences!

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TEHRAN: An Iranian lawmaker has criticized today a recent crackdown on environmental activists and officials, saying it risked “bad consequences for the country”.

Parliament’s environmental and transparency committees held a closed-door session in which they discussed the arrest on espionage charges of several NGO workers earlier this year. One detainee later died in custody.

“Some… have accused these individuals of spying, but the expert views of the Intelligence Ministry are almost exactly contrary to them,” said Mohammad Reza Tabesh, head of parliament’s environment committee, according to ISNA.

He was relaying information provided by the head of the government’s Environment Protection Agency (EPA), Isa Kalantari. Iran has multiple and competing intelligence agencies.

One is under the moderate government of President Hassan Rouhani and another under the Revolutionary Guards, who have opposed his efforts to rebuild ties with the West.

The lawmakers discussed Kaveh Madani, a young water expert who took leave from his post at London’s Imperial College last year to become deputy head of the EPA. 

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Baby wipes are causing food allergies: Study

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PARIS: For quite some time, food allergies are getting widespread among infants. Parents go haywire wondering what causes the deadly allergies to diffuse extensively.

In such, a latest research has revealed that apart from milieu contaminants and some genetic factors, baby wipes are also to be blamed when it comes to spread such allergies.

As to prove this, study senior investigator Cook-Mills from the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine conducted an experiment on mice model.

The mice have been through different stages and then exposed to baby wipes harboring sodium lauryl sulfate.

Their findings suggested that the skin layer harbors lipids (flab) that works as a barrier. Thus, the soap in the wipes affects that barrier. As a result, chemicals penetrate in the body, resulting into mounting food allergy.

Also, such chemicals could potentially trigger dry skin disorders such as eczema or atopic dermatitis.

It has further been learnt that we can control over it by adopting some hygienic practices. Parents could keep their kids off from having food allergies by washing hands before handling the babies.

Instead of using baby wipes, they should use pure cotton and water to clean the babies. Do not listen to the fake claims of big brands as such are loaded with harmful chemicals.

The findings have been published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

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Demolish all illegal structures on land meant for public parks in Karachi: SC

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KARACHI: SC registry here has ordered today to demolish all illegal structures built illegally on lands meant for public parks.

According to details a two-member bench hearing a petition filed by former mayor Naimatullah Khan, has ordered the authorities concerned to reclaim the playgrounds demolishing all illegal structures (including wedding halls, political parties’ offices etc) in different parts of the Metropolis.

Reprimanding Sindh Attorney General, present in the court, for not taking action against officials involved in the encroachment of welfare plots, the bench held: “What is the Sindh government going? What does it want us to do?…We don’t want to assume the government’s job!”Court made it clear that illegal buildings will not be tolerated on land allocated for the benefit of masses.

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