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Britain already at ‘significant risk’ of recession: UK households remain cautious

LONDON July 23: UK households remain concerned about their economic outlook, disposable incomes and debt levels, survey data out today shows. Continue reading “Britain already at ‘significant risk’ of recession: UK households remain cautious”

British oil tanker seized by Iran has four Keralites on board: Reports say they are safe

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Days after a British-flagged oil tanker with 18 Indian crew on board was detained by Iran, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has written to the Centre seeking safety and details of four Keralites on board the vessel. Continue reading “British oil tanker seized by Iran has four Keralites on board: Reports say they are safe”

Adoptive Malayalee Father, Charged For Indian Child’s Murder In US, Seeks New Trial

Houston, US July 20: Wesley Mathews, the Indian-American foster father, sentenced to life after his 3-year-old daughter Sherin Mathews was found dead in a culvert in 2017, has filed a motion for a new trial, US media reported, less than a month after he said he would accept any punishment jurors chose.
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Saravana Bhavan Founder, Serving Life Term, Dies In Chennai Hospital

CHENNAI July 19: P Rajagopal, the owner of the Saravana Bhavan chain of restaurants, has died in hospital a week after he surrendered to serve a life sentence for the 2001 kidnapping and murder of an employee. Continue reading “Saravana Bhavan Founder, Serving Life Term, Dies In Chennai Hospital”

UK’s Eye On Indian Subcontinent Flights As It Tracks Forced Marriages

London July 18: With summer holidays beginning in Britain this week, officials are redoubling efforts at the border to stop young people being dragged into forced marriages.
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Indian-Origin Man Drowns Wife In Bathtub For Seeking Divorce, Convicted

NEW YORK July 17: An Indian-origin man extradited from India has been convicted by a US court for killing his estranged wife 12 years ago when she asked for a divorce, according to media reports. Continue reading “Indian-Origin Man Drowns Wife In Bathtub For Seeking Divorce, Convicted”

Kerala To Get $ 250 Million World Bank Loan For Flood Resilient Programme

Thiruvananthapuram July 16: Marking its first ”state partnership” in India, the World Bank will extend a USD 250 million loan for the Resilient Programme in Kerala, which had been devastated by worst floods in a century last August.
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Britain ‘facing highest risk of recession since 2007’: Report

LONDON July 15: Britain is facing the highest risk of a recession since the financial crisis and needs urgent plans to combat the next downturn, according to an alarming assessment of the nation’s economic health. Continue reading “Britain ‘facing highest risk of recession since 2007’: Report”

Heathrow airport to be hit by strike during summer holidays

LONDON July 13: Holidaymakers jetting off on summer breaks could be hit by strike action planned at London’s Heathrow airport. More than 4,000 workers at the airport – including customer service, engineering and security staff – have voted to strike over pay. Continue reading “Heathrow airport to be hit by strike during summer holidays”

Employers aren’t doing enough to tackle mental health at work

LONDON July 12: Anyone feeling emotionally distressed or suicidal can call Samaritans for help on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org in the UK.
Gabe MacConaill was working on a life-defining case. Continue reading “Employers aren’t doing enough to tackle mental health at work”