Sir Brian Leveson said Megan's order, including the comment about nuts and prawns, was seen by manager Harun Rashid
- also convicted - but there was "no evidence" that it was "seen by or passed on to" Kuddus.
We were dazzled by his upholstered lifestyle and thought he could be a value addition to the network which was set up in 2015 to encourage entrepreneurship in the community," MEN co-founder Harun Rashid
, 39, who was in Dubai recently, said in an interview with Gulf News .
, 38, who managed the Royal Spice, was jailed for three years after a jury found he'd unlawfully killed her through gross negligence.
In October 2018, a jury at Manchester Crown Court found Royal Spice takeaway owner Mohammed Abdul Kuddus, 40, and manager Harun Rashid
, 38, guilty of unlawfully killing Megan by reason of gross negligence.
A jury at Manchester crown court found both owner Mohammed Abdul Kuddus, 40, and manager Harun Rashid
, 38, guilty of unlawful killing by reason of gross negligence.
Yesterday, a jury at Manchester Crown Court found owner Mohammed Abdul Kuddus, 40, and Harun Rashid
, 38, guilty of manslaughter by gross negligence.
Mohammed Kuddus, 40, and Harun Rashid
, 38, deny the manslaughter of Megan Lee, 15, by gross negligence.
"The way things are unfolding, there is certainly cause for concern and the sector could see consolidation," said Harun Rashid
Khan, a former deputy governor at the RBI and now a non-executive chairman at Bandhan Bank Ltd, formerly a microfinance company specialising in small-value loans.
The selected boxers are Harun Rashid
(light-flyweight), Krush Hudheifa (flyweight), Christopher Osicho (bantamweight), Hassan Oyando (lightweight), Ben Omondi (light-welterweight), Paul Thuo, Sunday Sinzoli (welterweight), Musa Indeche (middleweight) and Joshua Wasike.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Apr 6 (ANI): The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday questioned former Deputy Governor of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Harun Rashid
Khan in connection with the Rs 13,500 crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam, according to sources.
Muslim Council of Britain Secretary-General Harun Rashid
Khan addresses a gathering of Muslims in London amid attacks from the far right.
Secretary General Harun Rashid
condemned Islamic extremism as a "death cult" and said "British Muslims must play our part" in turning people away from the ideology.