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The House with The Yellow Door – Short story highlighting mental health and wellbeing By Aiswarya Kurup

Aiswarya Kurup, Mental Health Practitioner and Project Manager for NHS England/ Improvement pens a short story which highlights the importance of ‘Mental Health and Wellbeing’ during the week of Mental Health Awareness. It is also an effort to reduce the stigma against Mental Health matters within Asian, Black and other minority communities.  Continue reading “The House with The Yellow Door – Short story highlighting mental health and wellbeing By Aiswarya Kurup”

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Jobseekers & Graduates: Dont miss this Podcast from one of the most high-profile recruiters in London

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON March 8: Finding a job during the present social climate following the pandemic is challenging. Here is an opportunity for those job seekers to listen from one of the most high-profile recruiters in London.
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Don’t miss to watch this world class Central London Christmas lights through Travel Vlog (Video)

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON Dec 3: Christmas lights in Central London are world class a treat to watch with family and your loved ones. Every December families mark in this calendar as a must-do thing.
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After Idli row, now song on Papadum with cricket bat draws flak for being culturally insensitive

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON October 28: Earlier this month social media buffs took on a English professor for calling idlis to be boring which led him to apologise.

Now, a song on Pappadum, released in 2014, with 2 million views, has now caught the ire of Indian social media buffs for it being culturally insensitive. This has lead to Anthony Field, the founder of The Wiggles, an Australian children’s music group, apologising.
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Lockdown – over reaction or justified? Column by Jeevan Vipinachandran

By Jeevan Vipinachandran

Empty trains. Deserted town centres. Robust government advise to stay at home. Sounds like something out of an apocalyptic Hollywood movie. Yet we lived through it for several months in 2020.
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Remembering Pranab Mukherjee: The Indian politician who rose above politics

File picture of Dr Cyriac Maprayil with Pranab Mukherjee

Dr Cyriac Maprayil

India has had some outstanding presidents; it has also had a few presidents about whom it could be said did not live up to expectations. However, all presidents were decent, honourable people who served the world’s largest democracy most conscientiously. One of the most illustrious Presidents was Prof Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, a world-renowned academic and philosopher. Continue reading “Remembering Pranab Mukherjee: The Indian politician who rose above politics”

Meet Divya from Loughborough whose Food and Lifestyle videos are trending on Youtube for its authenticity

By A Staff Reporter

OXFORD Aug 6: Divya Subhash never dreamt of starting a Youtube channel in her childhood days as she always shied away from the home kitchen when her mom used to cook all those delicious dishes. Now, this Aluva native is in Loughborough in the UK, has just launched a Youtube channel featuring how food and travel is for UK Malayalis. Continue reading “Meet Divya from Loughborough whose Food and Lifestyle videos are trending on Youtube for its authenticity”