The Rt Hon David Cameron MP
Prime Minister gave a speech, he talked about the contribution of the British Curry Industry that is mostly owned by British Bangladeshies, for British society and economy.
TV: British Curry Awards
The winners of the British Curry Awards 2012 will be announced at the Battersea Evolution, London, on Monday 26th November at a black tie gala dinner. Be prepared to be amazed.
Interview with Jennie Bond
Co-hosted by BBC presenter Jenny Bond, The UK's "Curry Oscars" celebrated the best of Indian cuisine talent, that awards top honours to those who have made the curry industry proud.
The British Curry Awards 2013
Last year’s British Curry Awards, which took place on Monday, 26th November at Battersea Evolution in London, dazzled even more brightly than ever before. This was the eighth time they have been staged under the leadership of Enam Ali MBE, and were co-hosted by former Royal Correspondent Jenny Bond and impressionist Rory Bremner.
Attendees included hundreds of leading restaurateurs, business owners, politicians and celebrities including Lord Chancellor Chris Grayling MP, Dragons Den entrepreneur Theo Paphitis, journalist and broadcaster Rageh Omar, gameshow host Roy Walker, actors Shane Richie and James Cosmo and a host of other luminaries. Also present via a video link was Prime Minister David Cameron who addressed the audience with some encouraging words. He said, “It is often said that curry is Britain national dish – and it’s easy to see why. It’s not just the flavours served up in the thousands of curry restaurants across the country, it is the welcome too. Those who work in the curry industry enliven Britain’s high streets, boost local economies and contribute to local communities.”
The year the Awards attracted a record total of 270,000 public nominations. Each regional category was awarded a winner, and where appropriate a best newcomer. This year the winners were: [...] continue
The 2012 programme was televised on STAR Jalsha and STAR Plus
Repeat date will be announced soon.