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Who killed Amjad Hussain and why? By Mohamed Ansar HOMICIDE detectives investigating the brutal murder of Bradford man Amjad Hussain are appealing to his friends and colleagues to come forward regarding his personal and business dealings. Amjad was pronounced dead at his home on Rylstone Gardens, Bradford, on Thursday 12 January

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after emergency services attended cause of death but merely a device to destroy evidence. A post mortem concluded Amjad died from shock and blood loss after receiving a severe neck injury from a bladed weapon. Continued on page 3...

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Resolution Veto, What do EU mean? passed to arrest Musharraf By Ismail Mulla

LOCAL Conservative and Labour group are at loggerheads over the UK’s position over Europe. Mirroring the national picture, the two parties disagree over the stance adopted by Prime Minister David Cameron.

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Cameron deployed a veto at the EU summit before Christmas, leaving the UK isolated as the other member nations struck an accord on how to move forward in dealing with economic crisis. The move

PAKISTAN’S parliamentary senate has adopted a resolution that demands the arrest of former President General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf and the registration of a case of high treason against him. Senior leader of the ruling Pakistan People's Party, Raza Rabbani, moved the resolution which was adopted unanimously. Rabbani accused Musharraf, currently living in London and Dubai, of abrogating the Constitution twice, arresting members of the superior judiciary and compromising national interests.

with Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Liberal Democrats, Nick Clegg saying the decision was “bad for Britain.”

The resolution alleged that Musharraf had aided, abetted and is an accomplice in the murders of (former premier) Benazir Bhutto and (Baloch nationalist leader) Akbar Bugti. It accused Musharraf of committing "numerous crimes" against the people of Pakistan and said: ‘His policies and use of state force in Balochistan led to the loss of innocent lives and further sponsored disappearance of its citizens’.

they will make decisions about economics, money and markets”.

The resolution said Musharraf ‘compromised vital national security interests through clandestine deals and unwritten agreements with foreign governments’ and his economic policies widened economic disparity, created monopolies, promoted cartels and gave rise to crony capitalism. It went on to say Musharraf should be ‘arrested immediately on arrival in Pakistan’ and that the federal government should institute a case of high treason against him under Article 6 of the Constitution. Musharaf recently cancelled his plans to return to Karachi after several Pakistani leaders said he would be arrested as soon In the Upper Houses of the Pakistani Parliament, Rabbani went on to say Musharraf dented the national economy

Leader of Kirklees Council, Mehboob Khan said: “Five million British jobs depend on a strong and cohesive European Union. The Tories are now in an impossible position. As things stand, 26 countries have formed a new union without Britain. Let's call it the euro union or EU for short. The euro union will meet in the same buildings that the European

He also called on Labour to work with the Lib Dems, he said: “David Cameron's use of the veto was bad for Britain and Labour better way forward". Unless the two

Veto may leave UK out in the cold.

parties come together, the Eurosceptics in the Conservative party may well end up getting what they wish for – Britain's withdrawal from Europe.” Leader of the Kirklees Conservative Group Cllr Robert Light backed his party’s leader, he said: “virtually all of the people I have spoken with are in full agreement with the Prime Ministers stance. It is also clear he has the majority backing from people throughout the country for utilising this

country’s veto. “Of Course it would have been better to have an agreement between all nations in Europe but not at an unfair cost to Britain and not by seeding more powers to those who are mishandling the Eurozone economy.” He also said that the veto was the only option for PM Cameron. The current situation in Europe remains volatile, with several Eurozone countries under threat. Recently France also had its credit rating downgraded.

UK looks to tighten trade ties with Pakistan By Ismail Mulla

gic Dialogue initiative launched by Cameron and Gilani. Lord Green said: “The UK and Pakistan already have so many strong connections that bind our people together. As Trade Minister, I am especially keen to see the economic ties between our countries strengthened further.

THE MINISTER of State for Trade and Investment visited Pakistan in an attempt to strengthen ties between the UK and Pakistan. He was joined by the Chairwoman of the Conservatives Baroness Warsi. The visit was designed to build on David Cameron’s visit to the country last year. Both Lord Green and Baroness Warsi met with Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Yousaf Raza Gilani in capital Islamabad. The objective of the trip was to strengthen economic as well as trade ties between the two nations. Baroness Warsi said: “Over £1.9 billion tries every year but the links between our countries are so strong we are aiming to increase this trade in goods and services to £2.5 billion by 2015.

exchequer. When the chairman asked if the members of the senate wanted a discussion on the matter, Rabbani said “The UK wants to see Pakistan become that the resolution was self-explanatory more prosperous. Whether it is the work and the members did not want any of education programmes funded by UK discussion on it.

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aid or the additional jobs provided by improved trade links, the UK is investing in Pakistan’s future.” She also stressed the importance of a strong democratic Pakistan to the stability of the region. Baroness Warsi said: “Our governments are committed to co-operating on issues where we have shared interests including trade, security and education.” The trip was part of the Enhanced Strate-

“Baroness Warsi and I discussed with Prime Minister Gilani, the challenges and opportunities available to UK and Pakistani businesses. Our visit will build upon the momentum gained from the weeklong trade mission to Pakistan of leading UK businessmen last September.” The UK is looking to increase trade with Pakistan by up to £2.5 billion by 2015. Currently it is estimated that £1.9 billion nations every year. Clearly signaling the UK’s intentions Lord Green said: “Our message is clear and simple: the UK is open for business and serious about developing strong business partnerships with Pakistan.”

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info@awaaznews.com Continued from front page... The 31 year old husband and father, who worked at the Four Seasons restaurant in Burley in Whar fedale, returned home from work at about 1.30am on the Thurs day and was seen by his wife Amjad Hussain: Murdered at around 8am with a bladed weapon as she went to work. Everyreported at around 1pm. Amjad is believed to have been the only person at the property and was pronounced dead at the scene. Detective Superintendent Paul Taylor

February 2012 who is leading the enquiry, said: "Enquires are continuing around the clock into this crime but what we really need is information from within Amjad’s local community in Bradford about his background and business. “This was a hard working man who we believe had a number of private business dealings which are something of a mystery to us at the moment and may to support his family and it is vital we learn more about these to uncover why someone would want to kill him. “Amjad was murdered in a particularly brutal and calculated fashion and we streets as soon as possible.” Specialist phones lines were set up during 20 and 21 January manned by Urdu and tion regarding Amjad who is originally

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from the Mirpur area in Pakistan. Amjad came to the UK ten years ago after marriage and has a 9 year old son.

Burglar steals suit case for a get a way West Yorkshire police told Awaaz as of yet

there were no further developments and urged people who knew the victim to come forward with any information, particularly members of the local Pakistani community, friends and colleagues.

HUDDERSFIELD CID are appealing for witnesses after a burglary on Berry View on 24 January.

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Between 8:30am and 11:39am a man went to the back of the property and, standing on a wheelie bin, smashed the Det Supt Taylor added in a press confer- kitchen window before breaking into ence, “I can promise all information the house. received will be handled sensitively and I would urge anyone who knows Amjad or Once inside, the suspect stole jewellery had details about his lifestyle and and electrical items including a black business away from work and home to DS3, an X-box and an i-Pod. He also stole contact us as a matter of urgency”, "Some- a black suitcase from the house which one out there knows why he died and we he used to carry away the stolen items. need to hear from them.” The suspect was last seen pulling the Anyone with information can call the wheeled suitcase along Berry View, police non-emergency number on 101 or towards the Edale estate.

Man charged with Five year-old’s murder

anonymously, on 0800 555 111 remanded in custody after appearing at the murder of a 5 year-old boy earlier in the week. Pazeer Ahmed was arrested after an investigation of an incident in Aberford Road on Monday 23 January. Police were called a call. The 5 year-old was taken to Pinderdied. Further enquiries are still ongoing regarding the circumstances of the death.

Medical alarm foils robbery KIRKLEES Police are appealing for witnesses after an attempted robbery at the home of a 63 year-old man in Dewsbury. At around 6pm on 19 January the victim Wroe Street when two men broke into the property through the front door. Once inside, the suspects, one of whom was carrying a knife, threatened the 63-year old, demanding money and

Cig thieves strike Co-op’s By Mohamed Ansar hill have been robbed of cigarettes just a week apart. Police are linking the burglaries to the same gang of Four. On 9 January at around 10:45pm three men broke into the Thornhill store after prising the shutters with a crow-bar and smashing a window. The suspects left through the damged window and made A week later on the 16 January at 00:50am, three men wearing balaclava’s coloured Mercedes reversed into a window. The men got back into the car ,

speed along Sunny Bank Avenue. In both crimes a large amount of cigeretts were stolen, the Thornhill robbery amounted to over £3000 worth of cigarettes.

after the victim triggered his RNIB : STAMP APPEAL handed medical alarm. THE ROYAL National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is urging the public to save their used Suspects are described as two white stamps to help raise vital funds for blind or men, around 5'8-5'6" tall who wore all dark clothing and Balaclavas. One was partially sighted people. shorter than the other and slim, while With over 2 million people in the UK living the second was of medium build. with sight loss, the need for the charity's services increases year on year. All funds Anyone with information is asked to contact DC 3050 Sharon Rollinson at support and advice to anyone with a sight pers, anonymously on 0800 555 111 problem.

Suspects were described as wearing light grey or white tops, one of which had a stripe down one arm. The driver of the car The charity asks collectors to leave at least half a centimetre of envelope around the was wearing a dark coloured top. stamp to prevent damage. All stamps are Any witnesses or anyone with informa- welcome and the charity can expect to tion is asked to contact Dewsbury CID or receive £4.50 per kilogram for British stamps and £12.50 for foreign ones. or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 All stamps can be sent to: RNIB, PO Box 6198, 555 111 Leighton Buzzard, LU7 9XT.

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UK continuing to help Bangladesh education and health

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Up to £120 million will be provided to the Bangladesh Government over 5 years to implement its Third Primary Education Development Programme and £110million will be provided in support for the Health sector programme. The British Government, through the Department for International Development (DFID), is the largest bilateral grant donor in Bangladesh and has recently for the country for the next three years. Mitchell stressed Britain’s support to the Government of Bangladesh’s education and health sector programmes will be linked to robust results, transparency and value for money. Over the last 5 years, the UK has already supported more than 460,000 children to complete pre-primary education, and 475,000 out of school children to complete primary education.

Shortage in organ donors for ethnic communities Organ Donor Register.”

By Ismail Mulla A HAJJ tour operator has been jailed for 15 months in a landmark ruling.

OVER 250 people signed up to the NHS Organ Donor Register (ODR) during an event attracting shoppers in Bradford, including Bradford Bulls star Chev Walker.

Travel agent Chowdhury Ahmad, 39, West Midlands. They paid £10,000 for a instead was a series of broken promises and disappointments. During sentencing the judge said: “There was a gross dereliction of his obligations as a Travel Operator. He induced Mr Noori to pay £10,000 in the belief he would receive 4 and 5 star accommodation close to the place of worship and “He only made cheap and shabby arrangements. The Noori family ended moment found there was an overnight stopover. “The Noori family were placed in dangerous and unsanitary conditions. He falsely claimed to have ATOL [Air Travel Organiser’s Association] and IATA [Air Transport Association]. He failed to provide the information required by the Regulations. He even tried to blame Mr Noori for some of the problems.”

the number of Black and Asian people on the ODR, was part of a drive by the NHS Blood and Transplant’s (NHSBT) and gave shoppers the chance to ask questions and The situation was so bad for the Noori’s that the family was left to buy food from learn of the importance for members of the ethnic communities to sign up to the street vendors. register. When the Noori family tried to air their saying: “God would judge him.” Every year over 125,000 Muslims from the UK go on the pilgrimage.

Abrar Hussain from Bradford, who received a life saving liver transplant in August 2010 said: “I was delighted to be able to support NHSBT’s campaign to encourage more Black and Asian people in Bradford to sign up to the Register. Raising awareness of the need for more people to sign up is vital as Black and Asian people are more likely to need a transplant and there is a serious shortage of people from these communities on the Register. “I wouldn’t be here today if some one else hadn’t made that commitment so if you haven’t already registered, please sign up today.” Although the ODR has increased in recent years, this hasn’t been matched within the Black and Asian communities. Just 0.4% are Black and only 1.4% from the Asian community.

National charity Association, British Hujjaj (Pilgrims) UK, welcomed the ruling ham Trading Standards in gaining the conviction. Ahmad who owned Hellenic Travels in Coventry Road, Small Heath was found guilty of fraud and three counts of Chev Walker said: “If someone from my family needed a also pleaded guilty to illegal use of travel transplant I know I’d want them to get the protection organisations IATA and ATOL. help they needed - so it was an easy decision for me to sign up to the NHS

However, these groups are three times more likely to need an organ transplant than the rest of the population. This is because they are more susceptible to developing health conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure, which can lead to kidney and heart failure.

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English Defence League - at it again

present at the time of these horrifying incidents will no doubt have been

By Mohamed Ansar THE ENGLISH Defence League has yet again been involved in another violent incident following a demonstration. Fifteen arrests were made and according to Scotland Yard one man was injured and taken to hospital with "non life-threatening injuries".

“The Pied Piper is playing his tune to a deafening cacophony at the moment. It is imperative for us collectively to not get drowned.” Nagdi went onto say referring to a proposed demonstration by the EDL in Leicester “We must do all we can to assist the police in any way we can to ensure that the threat to public order is kept to an absolute minimum.”

The incident near the East London Mosque in Whitechapel, according to witnesses, started after members of the EDL began chanting anti-Muslim slogans. Reports in the Guardian went on to say:

site the mosque, said the incident began when a gang of "hooligans" entered the bar and started drinking heavily. "They ordered lots of drinks, then suddenly went into the kitchen and grabbed some knives," he said, requesting to remain anonymous. "Then they went outside and were shouting something like 'Allah is a paedo'." There was no damage to the pub”. A police spokesman said "The incident involved several hundred people, Bottles and other items were thrown." Police also believe the far right activists had travelled to Whitechapel, from a demonstration held earlier the same day in Barking. Other reports mentioned EDL ‘Thugs’ attacking a local Tesco store as well as the Mosque. Rushanara Ali, MP for Bethnal Green and

Bow, said she visited the area after she became aware of police being called. "I was out visiting constituents when I saw the police cars.

Locally, on the same day, the EDL held a demonstration in Dewsbury with a below thirty turn out according to witnesses.

"As far as I could see, the police were doing their job. There were a lot of young people around but the police are very adept at handling these situations.

More demonstrations are being planned by the EDL and their objective seems to be an attempt at provoking Muslim youths into public disorder acts,

"What I am saying to people is not to rise to the provocation.

“On the EDL's last visit to Leicester, there were several criminal incidents which came at a most massive inconvenience and cost to the taxpayer,” said Suleman Nagdi, spokesman for the Federation of Muslim Organisations “Those who were

"The police have reassured me that they will have an increased presence in the area."

‘Crash for cash’

By Waqar Noor (Aaron Noor Solicitors)

THERE have been numerous reports in the media regarding “crash for cash” fraudsters who stage motor accidents to con insurance companies for their personal gain. ance companies by around £350 million a year and this criminal activity is one on the increase. This type of fraud, contrary to popular belief, is not a victimless crime, by ums.

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Estimates suggest as much as 30,000 fraudulent incidents per annum and the insurance industry say that this hikes up innocent drivers’ premiums by around £44 each. Other research incredibly suggests that 5% of drivers under the age of 35 have staged a deliberate accident, whilst astonishingly 15% would consider scamming the insurers for cash. However the insurance companies are with sophisticated computer systems, looking out for patterns of irregularity

results and the police have been arresting suspects in connection with crash

Thatcham (a major fraud investigation into a crash for cash scam), in addition cash and vehicles were also seized.

Recently a Government committee has blamed both claims management companies and insurers for driving “up the cost of motor insurance premiums”. The Committee has called for action over whiplash claims. Statistics reveal around 554,000 whiplash claims were made in 2010-11. It is interesting to note the insurance industry itself was partially blamed for the rising premiums. British insurers were criticised for their “Sharp practice” of paying referral fees for new claims to other businesses and thereby making millions on top of the premiums they’ve already had. This activity is short of scandalous as it further perpetuates a claims culture and increase costs that the insurers continuously complain of. APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers) have commented “we have long said that the answer to increases in car insurance premiums lies in the insurers’ own hands and so we welcome the committee’s call on the industry to abandon sharp practice in its handling

‘What I am saying to people is not to rise to the provocation’.

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for cash crimes. Most recently around 60 people were arrested in the Hudders-

ARE CRASH FOR CASH SCAMS CAUSING INCREASED PREMIUMS?

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of motor claims”. It would therefore appear that although contemptible fraudsters are partially to blame for the loss sustained by the insurers, the insurance industry does not help itself by using “sharp practices”, which in turn propagate further claims. The priority must be for the innocent victims of genuine injury and the insurers must be careful not to obstruct people from making valid claims, as this

LEEDS City Council has retained its place in the Stonewall equality index, climbing up 43 places to 37th. The annual index lists Britain’s leading employChief executive of Leeds City Council, Tom Riordan said: “It is brilliant news that we have been placed in the top 50 of the Stonewall index.

“This demonstrates the hard work put into making equalities a top priority both by the excellent team leading this work, but, as subsidising the insurers who have ences are welcomed and valued in the council. ” already received premiums. If the scammers are adding the reported Madeline Lasko from Stonewall said: “Congratulations to Leeds City Council for their why are premiums increasing by performance in this year’s Workplace Equality hundreds of pounds annually? It would Index. Achieving such a high rank is a particuappear that this is partially due to the so larly impressive achievement as the criteria for called “claims culture” but more likely this year’s Index was revised to be the most due to the “sharp practice” of the Insures, rigorous and challenging yet.” whom we fund. Finally, if you are the innocent victim of an Accident, contact a specialist Solicitor such as Waqar Noor, who has been helping accidents victims for over a decade to recover rightfully deserved compensation.

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Fuel Wars

February 2012

Are you getting the best deals? By Mohamed Ansar A PRICE war between the big six energy suppliers has seen fuel charges cut from between 4.5 to 5% on gas and 5 to 6% on electricity, but many consumers may still be paying over the odds. Danny Jatania, CEO of Pockit said that they welcome the cuts but there are still more ways for customers in Yorkshire to enhance savings. “Whether the energy companies increase or decrease their prices, there will always be a large contingent of people who are paying over the odds for their gas and electricity and savings can be made by shopping around. “Customers shouldn’t simply be searching in terms of price comparison, they should also pay closer attention to other benefits they can receive from the energy firms that will help them save money. Along with the price cuts a report from the

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Sexual assaults in Bradford

consumer group Which? stated that the six major energy companies received over four million complaints in 2011, with DETECTIVES in Bradford have released billing being a common problem for CCTV images in relation to two sexual related incidents in the Great Horton customers. Road and St Margaret’s Road areas. Jatania added “Quite often, customers begin to make savings when they are On 17 December at about 5:50am, a 43 aware of their bills and the current prices year-old woman was grabbed by a man they are being charged but the report as she walked to work on Great Horton from Which? shows that too many costum- Road. She pushed him away and ers aren’t taking this seriously enough. Once all the energy firms convert to the university campus. simpler pricing structures, it will be much easier for local customers to assess how At 6:20am the same day a 25 year-old much they are paying and how their woman was grabbed by a similarly described man in St Margaret’s Road, payments can be reduced.” near to its junction with Woodhead Road. Although the present price war shows The woman screamed alerting nearby energy giants focussing on single fuel cuts rather than on dual, the savvy consumer is Horton road. still likely to make a saving if he shops around. Ultimately, the consumer is the The victims both gave similar descrip customer and if one of the big six makes a duel fuel cut, fearing losing customers, the THE PAINFULL dentist’s drill could well likelihood is the rest will follow in suit. developed by researchers at the University of Missouri.

Jubilee better than Olympics By Mohamed Ansar THE JUBILEE will be better for Britain’s mood than the Olympics, according to a report ‘Hopes and Fears’ by The British Future State of the Nation.

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tions of the man, described as Asian, aged between 25 and 30 and was wearing a dark hooded top with a hat underneath. Now police are releasing CCTV Det Insp Nicola Bryar of Bradford south CID said: “We have now taken the further step of releasing CCTV images from Stratford Road in the hope that it will jog someone’s memory and help us to identify the culprit.” Anyone with information is asked to contact Bradford South CID on the non emergency number 101 or Crimestopdevice could alleviate discomfort for extremely sensitive nerves in the teeth. Laboratory studies with the new plasma 60 per cent stronger. Human clinical trials are expected to start at the University of Tennessee-Memphis early this year, and if the studies go well, the researchers believe that the plasma brush could be available with the

Opportunities for school leavers in Bradford

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The poll for British Future, a new independent identity thinktank, also asked to what extent the public thought Britain has changed since 1948, the last time Britain held the Olympics. Just under three-quarters think Britain has become a less religious place ,where there is less discrimination against gay people and the vast majority thinks women now have more choices. Prince Philip and Sir Trevor McDonald

”In anxious times, we remain stubbornly A SPECIAL Apprenticeship Evening is to hopeful about our families and home be held to attract school leavers in towns. Everyone is looking forward to Bradford. some gold medals and bit of royal - The event is taking place on 7 February at dent that we can combine the modern the Midland Hotel and invitations will be sent out to all year 11, 12 and 13 pupils in and the traditional. the district. It will bring together well “My state of the nation sense is that we known employers with young people know Britain has changed and we ought looking for employment opportunities. to feel proud of the society we have Cllr Ralph Berry, Executive Member for become”. Children’s Services, said: half want an English parliament to discuss "This is a really exciting opportunity that should not be missed and we strongly England only issues. urge pupils and parents to come along. Up to

routes into training and learning for our young people. “It’s about giving them choice, and fostering their ambition so that they succeed.” Presentations from local employers along with highlighting existing apprenticeship are on the agenda and the attendees will have the opportunity to have a go at world skill activities. The event is taking place as Bradford also takes on the Apprenticeship Challenge, which involves creating 100 apprenticeships in 100 days.

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Half a million unhappy children in the UK By Rukiya Dadhiwala you’re taught that humans evolved from monkeys and chimpanzees, and that life on Earth started with a single cell, which through mutations over millions of years became the human species. Of course other species still exist but the idea is that every few millennia evolution made a gigantic leap and a sub-species formed within and existing species, which eventually becomes a species in it’s own rights. However, how accurate is this? Science will tell you that there is no other way, yet religion will tell you this is not the way. As a Muslim I always believed in the Creationist theory, the idea that there is a creator and that humans were created and put on Earth. In my younger days I didn’t believe in the evolution theory because Islam told me not to, but now my arguments have a little more substance because science tells me that the evolution theory is inaccurate. Let’s look at genetics. Some researchers have shown that monkeys share 99% of genes with humans, although research at the California Institute of Technology has human and monkey is much larger than previously thought. However it’s important to note that 1% of genes is actually a very large amount. It is also important to note here that genetic mutations do not create a new species, in fact, some mutations are fatal. And not only that some

research groups have suggested that humans share 60% of their genes with a lettuce leaf – and going by the evolution theory one must assume that a few million years ago our ancestors were lettuce!

Humans share 60% of their genes with a lettuce leaf

An argument used by evolution theorists is that monkeys and humans are physically similar and therefore must be related, especially as monkeys can be treated using the same medication as humans – yet we make medication using blood from horseshoe crab, does that make us like horseshoe crabs? Another argument against this is that in the 1960s at Tulane University Dr Reemtsma attempted to transplant monkey kidneys into humans and failed – all patients died, proving we can’t be that similar. Another interesting piece here is during WWI coconut water was used very successfully in place of human blood in transfusions, suggesting humans are very similar to coconuts, and therefore we must’ve evolved from coconuts! Tiny insects, millions of years away from humans on the evolution chain display much more complex and human-like behaviours than monkeys. Hopefully it can be seen that science shows evolutionary theory to be an inaccurate account of human history. Full article can be found on our website: www.awaaznews.com

THE GOOD Childhood Report 2012 found that at any moment half a million children across the UK are unhappy with their lives, with more than 30,000 children aged 8 to 16 interviewed An un-happy childhood can lead to being victimised, having eating disorders even depression. The report goes on to say children who peers are more than three times likely to be unhappy with their appearance. Around a third say they often worry about the way they look. Unhappiness with appearance increases with age and is greater among girls. It also found children as young as eight are families face. The report unveils six key priorities needed for a happy childhood. 1. The right conditions to learn and develop 2. A positive view of themselves

and a respect for their identity 3. Enough of the items and experiences that matter to them 4. Positive relationships with their family and friends 5. A safe and suitable home environment and local area 6. The opportunities to take part in positive activities that help them thrive. Elaine Hindal, The Children’s Society’s Campaign for Childhood Director, said: “We are calling for a radical new approach to childhood, placing their wellbeing at the heart of everything we do. Our research has exposed that how children feel really matters.

“We know that, right now, half a million children are unhappy. We have discovered the key reasons for this unhappiness and what we can do to make it better. We want our country to be the best place for our children to grow up. Yet unless we act now we risk becoming one of the worst and creating a lost future generation.”

Fundraising Record for Warwick Road School PUPILS of Warwick Road J I & N School raised an outstanding £6453.28 for National UK based Charity Organisation, Ummah Welfare Trust. The ‘Kidz 4 Kidz’ charity drive was in aid of Somalia and saw the school record its highest ever charity collection. Out of over 200 schools from the whole of the UK, the Batley school was the second highest fundraiser and the best in Yorkshire, with ten year old Mohammed Daji being the second highest fund raiser nationally, raising £526.40 himself.

Head teacher, Mr Ayub Bismillah said:

of our school community. The aim was not just to raise money for Somalia but also to create awareness of the plight of the people there and how we can help them. We organised our assemblies and PSHE lessons with a special focus on Somalia during the week. Our pupils, their generosity in helping the poor and needy around the globe.”

Mohammed Daji : 2nd highest fund raiser nationally All the pupils who took part were handed

‘Kidz 4 Kidz’: raising funds Mr Adam Patel, representative of Ummah Welfare Trust attended the school assembly to thank the children for their generous donations and to explain to them how their money was going to be used for the

Monies raised by the pupils will be used to purchase gifts for children in Somalia which will be in the form of clothing, toys, food and money.

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A ‘Giants’ help FOR ALL those who made a New Years resolution supporting a new programme to encourage local

“It’s a great idea and the Giants are fully behind the programme. All of us need to be aware of how we live our lives whether we are players, fans or coaches and make sure that the lifestyles we lead will not give us problems with our health.”

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Half term sport camps in Bradford By Mohamed Ansar BRADFORD Council is organizing gymnastics and B.A.S.E. (b active sport and exercise) at Nab Wood Sports Centre aimed at children and young people aged from 5 to 14 years. The camps will fall during the half term holidays in February and will allow children to be in a supervised environment.

programme, run by NHS Kirklees with the Giants, advice and support to out of condition men over 30. The sessions will incorporate ideas of rugby league to encourage men to make changes to their lifestyles. Participants can support and

range of activities including football, cricket, rugby, basketball, trampolining and racket sports. The Icon dance camp will give children the opportunity to

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“so that they can be at the top of their game and perform their best for the team and their fans. By involving the players and using some of the “motivational techniques used by the Giants, those taking part in the programme should succeed in making positive changes to improve their health.” Robbie Hunter-Paul, player and the club’s new Business Development Manager, is keen to support the initiative:

Cllr Andrew Thornton, Bradford Council's Executive Member responsible for Sport and Leisure, said: "These fun sport camps will keep children and young people entertained and motivated throughout the half-term holiday. Places we would urge people to sign up in advance.” More information can be found at sportsunit@bradford.gov.uk

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NICKNAMED ‘The Greatest’, Robbie Hunter-Paul with Duncan Henderson Muhammad Ali celebrated his “Having lost the weight I feel so much better than 70th birthday on 17 January, with I did before.” Said giants fan Duncan Henderson who recently lost three stone “I’d recommend this three time lineal World Heavyopportunity to any man who needs some support from Parkinson’s disease, returned to his hometown of programme.” Kentucky to mark this great It all starts on Tuesday 7 February with an intro- milestone. ductory session to explain more about the 12 week programme which runs from 6-8pm on Invitees to Ali’s parties have been asked to pay $1000 per ticket which will go towards the

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Arts & Culture Stargazing in Daylight

By Bill Smith JR Slices of dehydrated bananas, cinnamon apple and ice cream sandwiches felt powdery on the tongue for a few seconds, until the water from your mouth hydrated it, turning it back into food on earth. A man, Babar Zeb, wearing some form of space overalls was on hand to answer the most pondered questions about the lives of astronauts in space, such as ‘how do astronauts go to the toilet?’ The answer we were told was very very carefully. Suited up for action: Baber Zeb answers all things space related.

ON A COLD, frosty, early afternoon near Bradford’s big screen, a single bus stood out, with people queuing expectantly at the side. What where they queuing for? To eat some space food of course. Don’t worry, this was not an alien cooking competition, but the Stargazing event, held a few days before the three night series, ‘Stargazing live’ on BBC 2. With live feeds from the Faulkes telescope in Hawaii on the big screen, and activities to build your own rocket, this event, running for only its second hundreds to witness the stars in the daytime and learn more about what is frontier. The Sun is 110 times wider than the Earth

BROKEN RESOLUTIONS? Its been an entire month. One twelfth of the year has already passed. So, I guess it’s time for the inevitable question. How are your New Year resolutions going? Are they down the drain or still swirling clockwise around the plughole, hanging on with what little strength they have? growing skywards, with no end on the horizon, all the way up to the clouds where the astronauts leave all the baggage they can’t take with them into the dark depths of space. Either way, most of us are likely to have…err…taken a break from the New Year resolutions, just so we don’t overdo it. I know I have. My resolution was to be more organised, so writing this in the early hours of the morning, the night before it’s meant to be in, is my way of taking a break from being organised. But it’s not all bad news (and not only because I’m an optimist). There’s still a full twelve months before you have to decide whether or not you’ve managed to stick to your resolutions and complete them. Here are some good ways to keep on track and commit to those resolutions.

The Milky Way is a cluster of more than 40 known Galaxies, known as the local group Rockets could also be constructed, cancelled. Instead they were circumnavigated to the other end of the square by compressed air. Heads up (or down). Though the day was focussed around astronomy and the stars you see in the night sky, as expert Dr John Baruch says, there was more to the day than the wonder of the stars.

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“What we’re wanting to do today is to tell people how beautiful it is looking at the sky, and really how good it is as an opening, a door opening into careers in science. We think science is very important.” “It enables us to have jobs, and to make

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1) Be positive to your resolution. Most how they will never manage to keep their resolutions. Having a positive attitude from the start might not seem like much, but it could really make a

with a red cape on your back and a big letter on your chest, then you’re going to have problems. Make sure it’s something you can stick to and something

that’s not going to end in underwear over your tights.

great time sticking to mine. Night night.

3) BELIEVE. If you break your resolution, there’s no reason to give up. Keep going and try harder next time. I mean, trying to keep yourself organised might hit a wall if a new show happens to pop up on the TV. Never give up and you’ll get to where you want to go. So, I hope you have a great time sticking to those resolutions, and I hope I have a A plethora of smart phones were announced this year, with the most promi nent being the new Nokia Lumia 900, the successor to its predecessor, Lumia 800.

Consumer Electronics By Mohsin Mulla THE CONSUMER Electronics Show is a technology related trade show, held at the start of January annually in Las the show hosts announcements of upcoming products and previews of products. This year, there was no scarcity in terms of new products being announced, as The numbers of HDTVs were not scarce the technology industry becomes more this year, especially with the rise of Smart and more competitive each year with TVs and new display technologies. Samsung are focusing on three “Smart to the number of things that were TV” technologies this year. shown and announced at CES, only the most prominent ones will be mentioned in this summary. covers voice and gesture control. The second one is Smart Evolution which

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By Bill Smith JR THE ORIGIN of Valentine’s Day has varying opinions, but is based around St. Valentine. He was a priest who lived under the rule of Claudius II ‘the Cruel’, who outlawed marriage, thinking it made his soldiers weak. The men under his rule refused to go to war to stay with their wives.

Rosie Dastgir, writer of docu-dramas for the BBC and the author of the upcoming novel, A Small Fortune, kindly took the time to answer some of our questions.

wanted to be a writer and why? I never made a conscious decision to be a writer. Writing was always something I did, from a very early age. But I did make a conscious decision to write a novel when I moved to New York in 2005; it was the moment to try something new. You’ve written docu-dramas for the BBC and screenplays. What made you decide to write a novel? One day, when a TV project about a UK Asian girl in the aftermath of 9/11 fell through, I was so disappointed and demoralised that I decided I’d write something that didn’t require a committee of approval. So I wrote a short story, and that became the seed of this novel. A Small Fortune is a new perspective on the east-west genre, where did you get the idea? I wanted to show a range of characters in the British Pakistani world, not just the usual suspects. I wanted to show that very particular complexity, without resorting to received notions of what it means to be a Muslim, a father, a cousin, a Pakistani living in the north of England, a daughter of a mixed marriage. None of these things are as simple or monodimensional as we’re often lead to believe. I wanted to reveal the tragedy and the humour of a multiplicity of characters and their preoccupations – buzzing, contradictory, comic and tragic,

similar to your own life and experiences? Yes. The main character’s inspired by my father. We took a trip to Pakistan together after I left school, and some of those events found their way into the novel. There were a great range of characters in the novel. Which one was your favourite? Harris. He is not only the central character, but the central idea of the book. coming up with ideas and writingnovels, what’s your method?

However, Valentine secretly conducted marriages, until he was caught and sentenced to death. Whilst he was in prison, young visitors came to him and ing shared feelings of Love over war. A snippet of a story that I catch – on the radio, in the papers, or something I remember from the past, or eavesdrop, might form the basis for a piece of writing for me. The thing that’s most important is that it triggers a visceral reaction as I turn it over in my mind, so that I feel compelled to chase and develop it. I also relish researching an unexplored area, as I did when I wrote a play about the NHS – an astonishing range of characters and stories emerged from real events that I recorded before turning it into drama.

From the time spent in his prison cell, the rumours were that he fell in love with the daughter of his jailer, who was kind to him during his imprisonment. Before his execution on February 14th 269 AD, he sent a note to her signed, ‘from your Valentine’.

A Small Fortune was a fantastic read. What were some of your favourite books and authors when you were younger?

Since then, each year on this day,

A House for Mr Biswas, by V.S. Naipaul.The Interpreter of Maladies, by JhumpaLahiri.20th Century writers, such as Joyce, Woolf, Forster. 19th century novelists like George Eliot, Dickens, Thomas Hardy. Jane Austen. Contemporary novelists like Zadie Smith, Ian McEwan, and early Philip Roth. Muriel Spark’s The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. I also read lots of poetry, and I will still return to a writer like Ted Hughes or Yeats when I’m striving for that compressed, intense diction in my own work. What advice would you give to any budding writers? Everyone can write, but most people don’t. So write every day, if possible. Find a story that’s yours: only you can tell it, no matter what it is. Then rewrite and hone it; be hard on yourself, and don’t show it to your friends for criticism they’ll say it’s good, when it’s not. Above all, have patience and perseverance.

February 14th, known then as the day of love lotteries, (where couples were chosen by picking names out of an urn), now became St. Valentine’s Day. And so the 1743 years’ worth of long standing traditions began.

gifts are given to the person whom you are in love with.

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The rose, which speaks of love around depending on its colour and the combinations. The commonly accepted meanings are below: Coral – Desire Lavender – Enchantment, Uniqueness Orange – Fascination Peach – Modesty, Gratitude, Admiration and Sympathy Pale Pink – Grace, Joy and Happiness Dark Pink – Thankfulness, Friendship and Admiration Red – Love, Respect and Courage Deep Red – Beauty and Passion White – Innocence, Purity, Secrecy, Silence, Reverence, Humility and (some sources say) True Love Yellow – Joy, Friendship, Jealousy, Hope and Freedom Black – Farewell Red&White – Unity or Engagement Yellow & Red – Congratulations Rosebud – Beauty, Youth and a Heart Innocent of Love Red Rosebud – Purity and Loveliness

Forever, Your Valentine To call the universe most wonderful In your presence, would be the greatest lie, You are the brightest and most beautiful, In night and day, you twinkle in my eye.

Elements like iron and calcium can only be formed by the explosion of stars, so the iron and calcium in our bodies is from stardust On average it takes 8.3 minutes for light to travel from the Sun to the Earth, and 1.3 seconds for light to travel from the Moon to the Earth. Local is a relative term. Light from our nearest galaxy takes 25,000 years to reach us.

Vibrant colours of the sunset and rise Are dull colours of grey compared to you Your smile shines bright, like the star in the skies You’re written on my heart like a tattoo. You were the starter, the spark, to my life Your intelligence knows no boundaries, Holding me, you wash away my worries. On this day of love, if you will be mine, Forever, I will be your Valentine. By Amyus Baker

Are you going to continue writing novels? If so, what can we hope to read about in the future? Centuries ago, children would dress up and sing from home to home. One verse was: I certainly am going to write another “Good morning to you, valentine, Local is a relative term. novel. I hope it will occupy a similar Curl your locks as I do mine, Light from our nearest universe, spanning the east-west divide. Two before and three behind. galaxy takes 25,000 years Though it might well delve deeper into Good morning to you valentine.” to reach us. the past. Small Fortune, which is on sale on the 2nd of February, online on our website www.awaaznews.com


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Liverpudlian Amy Jackson, makes Bollywood debut in ‘Ekk Deewana Tha’ Hailing from the new age genre of Hindi cinema that presents a fresh and youth-targeted perspective, ‘Ekk Deewana Tha’ retells the classic, intense love story with fresh impetus for a new generation of cinemagoers, releasing through Twentieth Century Fox on 17th February 2012. ‘Ekk Deewana Tha’ weaves an emotive and powerful tale of how the path to true love never runs smoothly and that following your dreams comes at a price as it explores the highs and lows of being in love and the pleasures and pains associated with it.

By Simmi Seghal

Making her Bollywood debut in the female lead after a successful run in Tamil Cinema is British actress and model Amy Jackson, who is also former Miss Liverpool, Miss Teen World, Miss Teen Great Britain, and Miss England runner up. The English starlet, who

India, stars opposite Bollywood heartthrob and youth icon Prateik Babbar (‘Dhobi Ghat’, ‘Dum Maaro Dum’, ‘Aarakshan’). outstanding and memorable composition by multi-Oscar winner, A.R. Rahman (‘Slumdog Millionaire’) with lyrics penned by India’s most popular and sought-after lyricist, Javed Akhtar. Ekk Deewana Tha’ is the story of Sachin (Prateik Babbar), an engineer who has managed to complete his degree, but who is completely obsessed with the

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lives in the house upstairs, he leaves no chance to watch her, catch her attention or generally try to make conversation with her. Jessie is a Malayalee Christian with strict orthodox parents. To make matters worse, she is also a year older to Sachin. All the odds seem stacked against him. corner, he confesses to her that he likes her. But Jessie is headstrong and refuses to accept that she has any feelings for him. She insists that they should be friends and that anything further would she feels the need to meet him and talk to him. A beautifully essayed love story-musical between the quintessential romantic Sachin and the confused yet headstrong Jessie, ‘Ekk Deewana Tha’ is an intense, yet feel good love story between the two lovers as they understand the pangs with the situations that life has placed them in, making Sachin question - of all the people in the world why did I fall in love with Jessie?

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By Simmi Seghal of the multi-Oscar and BAFTA winning Name is Khan, Twentieth Century Fox releases The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, on 24th February 2012. From the director of Shakespeare in Bollywood’s latest crush and top model Tena Desae romancing Slumdog Millionaire star and BAFTA nominee Dev Patel in a feel-good comedy boasting the cream of British talent. They are joined by

veteran Indian actress Lillete Dubey (Monsoon Wedding, Housefull, Kal Ho Naa Ho), who plays the mother of Dev Patel’s character Sonny. For a disparate group of English pensioners (Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, Maggie Smith, Tom Wilkinson, Penelope Wilton, Celia Imrie and Ronald Pickup), retirement takes an unconventional turn when they abandon their homeland, enticed by advertisements for The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, a seemingly luxurious sanctuary for “the elderly and beautiful” in Jaipur, India. On arrival, they

discover that the hotel falls somewhat short of the romantic idyll promised in the brochure, but they are gradually won over by the ever-optimistic young entrepreneurial manager Sonny (Dev Patel), and tentatively embark on a new advenwhen you let go of the past. Setting the screen alight is Indian starlet Tena Desae. The famous model turned Bollywood actress plays Sunaina, the exotic beauty who brings her own brand made her Bollywood debut in the 2011

nence as a runner-up on Indian reality TV show ‘Get Gorgeous’. script by Ol Parker based on Pride & Prejudice screenwriter Deborah Moggach's novel These Foolish Things. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel promises a heady mix of comedy and emotion, showing India at its beautiful best.


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Naachle London heralds

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The Cooking Corner... ...Choco heaven Chocolate Melting Moment Cookies

By Simmi Seghal

Ingredients: 250g butter, at room temperature 2/3 cup of icing sugar 1 1/3 cup of all-purpose flour 1/3 cup cornstarch 1/2 cup of unsweetened, cocoa powder Filling 3 tbsp of butter, at room temperature 1/3 cup of icing sugar, sifted 1/4 tsp of vanilla essence Extra icing sugar for dipping fork Makes approx. 25

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classic Bollywood genre, releasing in UK on 24th February 2012.

“the best movie I’ve seen since Juno” by BBC’s Nikki Bedi and Lost Dogs, which Lisa Snowdon described as her “favourite Brit pic” on ITV1’s This Morning.

A feelgood, romantic comedy drama centring around two single parents that meet and fall in love when their children attend a West London, Bollywood dance class in preparation of a competition at the London Mela, Naachle London will appeal to cinemagoers of all ages and the scriptwriters, the music composer, the playback singers and dancers to the actors, the cinematographer, the editor, producers and director, the entire team is UK-based. Adopting the classic, Bollywood narrative intelligently retells the rich girl-poor boy love story in a contemporary British setting, while dealing with issues that face British society today such as the recession, interracial relationships, the stigma attached to divorcees among Asian communities and self-esteem and acceptance issues facing teenagers in modern Britain. Naachle London seamlessly blends Bollywood with internaBollywood genre inspires six, catchy song-and-dance numbers and traditional themes such as family respect and honour, while international cinema, most notably Hollywood, inspires multi-layered

Departing from the archetypal, poster pin-up male and female leads adopted in purposefully showcases Naachle London’s lead stars in more true-to-life, boy and girl-next-door type avatars, presenting Raj Ghatak (BAFTA nominated for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s stage musical, Hayat in lead roles that articulately demonstrate their respective acting

1. Pre-heat the oven to 350F. Line a baking sheet with baking paper. Set aside. 2. Use an electric mixer to combine the butter and 2/3 cup of icing sugar in a large bowl until pale and fluffy. 3. Sift together the plain flour, cornstarch and cocoa powder together into a separate bowl. Add half of the flour mixture to the butter mixture and beat on low speed until just combined. 4. Repeat with the remaining flour mixture until just combined. 5. Roll heaped teaspoonfuls of dough into balls. Place on the lined trays about 1 1/2" apart. 6. Dip the end of a fork into extra icing sugar and press down lightly on top of each ball to flatten it to a disc. 7. Bake in the oven for 12-15 minutes. Remove from oven and transfer to a wire rack to cool. Repeat with remaining dough. 8. To make the icing filling, use electric mixer to beat the butter, icing sugar and vanilla essence in a medium bowl until pale and creamy. Spread 3/4 tsp of the icing over the base of half of the biscuits. Gently sandwich together with the remaining biscuits.

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is an ensemble cast of seasoned British acting talent including Kulvinder Ghir (Goodness Gracious Me, Rita, Sue and Bob Too), Harvey Virdi (Bend it like Beckham) and heartthrob Jake Canuso (TV’s Benidorm, Shameless and City Rats, and Naachle London also launches the screen debut of a host of impressive junior artists such as Alyssa Sharma, Gursimran Deu, Aaron Pandher and Shiv Datta. The vibrant mise en scene of Naachle London is complimented by an infectious soundtrack courtesy of acclaimed Music Director, Jayanta Pathak, who has skilfully includ¬ing the addictively captivating title track.

Naachle London releases in UK through Aviary Films on 24th February 2012.

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info@awaaznews.com Left:The Press Gang: pupils from the schools newspaper group getting a scoop. Below: Kay Remmer who runs the newspaper group with pupils and head teacher Anne Crines.

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Did You Know? award for being the largest ocean in the world. It covers almost a third of the Earth's surface and goes from the Bering Sea in the Arctic north to the icy waters of Antarctica's Ross Sea in the south.

The worlds largest desert is the Sahara, it covers about one third of Africa!

The Amazon rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest on Earth. More rainforest facts.

Just one square centimetre of the Sun's surface shines with the brightness of 232,500 candles.


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Gaming Rayman Origins – XBOX 360 TheReview Rated : only being able to jump and run at a sprint, you eventually unlock new abilities. The control system also evolves with the player character, meaning that no matter how many skills you have at

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By Simmi Seghal Entertainment Correspondent

Pushed Back To May Max Payne 3 was slated for release in March but sadly, it was recently announced by Take-Two Interactive that the game has been delayed from March to May 2012.

Console versions of Max Payne 3 will hit accidentally jumping when you really North American shores on May 15th, with European players able to play the game wanted to attack. It's just as well, because Rayman Origins is not without its fair share of challenges. As with most games, things start out

without nary a second thought. Getting through tricky death-traps feels like a real achievement, and no death ever feels cheap because the controls are so responsive. The generous smattering of

I have always loved platformers, and I've always loved the Rayman series, and was one of many to whine when I thought Ubisoft were turning away from the platforming roots of the original to concentrate more on their Rabbids money-spinning side-games. But in Rayman Origins, we see a true return to form, with the gaming serving as a living, breathing testament to the artistic capabilities of a 2D platforming game. Every one of the many scenes are

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It almost boggles the mind, the amount of variety a single game can present and Rayman Origins does its best to really push the boat out in terms of environments to explore. One moment, you're swimming through a haunted abyss, the next you're riding on an angry mosquito through what I can only assume is a kitchen from one of Gordon Ramsey's worst nightmares.

ridiculously easy, making aany reward

Controls are slick, with 2D animations frenetic pace of the game. You're often racing through the levels, as introcately designed as they are, they're also tricky, with platforms constantly changing or crumbling under your weight as you rush along at a break-neck speed. Sometimes you need to run at full-tilt in order to cross a wider gap, only to dodge and slide under an enemy's projectiles a second later. It's a good job then that the controls are

Quite often you're faced with a gruelling

the only break from the game's platforming core. Other notable examples of switching up the standard formula include levels where you have to frantically chase an equally agile target and subdued journeys through an underwater landscape of beautiful but deadly sea creatures.

As for the reason behind Max Payne 3's delay, Take-Two chairman and CEO Strauss Zelnick said the game was pushed to its new release window to "ensure that Max Payne 3 delivers the highest quality."

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It's definitely an interesting feeling, to think that technology has developed to the point where you can play a console game on what is essentially a mobile phone, especially a game like Grand Theft Auto III, which boasts an open world, a driving narrative with many overarching storylines and high-quality voice acting. When GTAIII was first released on the PS2 and PC, there was no other game that could quite match its popularity. It seemed to be all that anyone could talk about. If anyone mentions this latest 2011 version however, it will be to talk only about how the touch screen controls destroy what would have otherwise been a successful port.

painted and carefully brought to life, whether travelling through a forest or treking through a snowy land.

from May 18th, three days later. A PC version of the game will be released two weeks later.

For those who are new to the videogames world, Grand Theft Auto is a series of 3D sandbox action games where crime is widespread, the police are corrupt and the government chooses to ignore the criminal underworld. In a nut-shell, you generally play as a small-time criminal who rises through the ranks to become as feared and as infamous as those before him. But this description doesn't really do the series justice and the plot is much more complicated than what I've written here.

The Bottom Line: Rayman Origins is without a doubt, one of the rarest kinda of 2D platformers, owing much to the nostalgic value of the past without being weighed down by it. Though it is challenge to young and older gamers alike, it's tempered by a generous Throughout the game are missions scattered acoss the city, where you carry ensuring that no level is ever entirely out tasks for criminal gangs. These vary from performing fetch quests, escort impossible, giving plenty of reason to missions or taking out a troublesome foe. keep racing past each challenge the Some of these can get repetitive, game presents. especially in the second half of the game, but the sheer variety and the option to pick and choose which missions to complete off-set the tedium.

Rated : If you want to unlock new items or other sections of the city, there are certain missions that you'll need to complete but you are free to ignore these altogether and just have fun causing mayhem throughout the city. Whether you want to steal a fancy car and mow down citizens or see how many traffic laws you can break in five minutes, or if you just want to chill out and drive across the city while listening to the game's excellent soundtrack, GTAIII lets you do it. But the shoddy controls will probably hamper you at every turn. Rockstar have tried their best, but the 2011 edition of GTAIII shows why console gaming won't disappear anytime soon. When it comes to video games Buttons Are Better. The player controls character actions through virtual touch-screen buttons which change depending on the context of what you're doing. One button allows you to jack a car and the same button allows you to fire off a bullet with a virtual analogue stick for actually moving your character. It sounds simple enough on paper but in practise the controls are clumsy and unresponsive, with the context button refusing to change action fast enough for you to get the job done and requiring you to take your eyes off the action to check what icon is displayed. The Bottom Line: GTAIII is still a fantastic game even ten years from its initial release, but unfortunately, it was never meant to be a mobile game and suffers tremendously for it. There control issues just can't be ignored in favour of the graphics update and the content. If you really want to replay GTAIII again, you'd be better off reconnecting your PS2 because this mobile edition of the game will ruin any fond memories you may have of Liberty City.


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