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Ammamarkkoru Kattankappi: Five tips to be a Happy and Amazing mom from this Keralite in UK

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON May 29: Silpa Dhaneesh always thought about doing good for humanity and living a kind and gentle life and therefore she always wished to share her beautiful mind with her friends and community.
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Time is right for redefining UK university education in the face of COVID-19: Dr Nikita Hari

May 11: Covid-19 pandemic has caused a huge upheaval on thousands of international university students in the UK. They are faced with uncertain times. Nikita Hari, a research fellow at University of Oxford, is a scientist, academic and technocrat. Continue reading “Time is right for redefining UK university education in the face of COVID-19: Dr Nikita Hari”

Jackson Vijayan wakes up from “Trance” with a huge round of applause

By Balagopal Kent
May.05: Life is always a uphill battle. When it comes to artistes, especially musicians, they start to see the first rays of success only when they are blessed with the first signs of acceptance from the audience. However, for many gifted artistes it can still be a long wait until they hear the loud applause.

“Please dont leave me, I am afraid, I will die”, not a day is spent without tears, memoir of a staff nurse at NHS

By Rajitha Prakasini
May 01: “With patients holding your hands not to leave them alone, not a day is spent without tears”. Rajitha Prakasini writes for www.ukmalayalee.com her memoirs at the time of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Kerala doctor who treated UK national critically ill with Covid has this advice for elderly

By Balagopal Kent

LONDON April 11: Brian Neil, a 57 year old British national, was admitted with severe COVID-19 pneumonia symptoms at the Ernakulam Medical College on 15th March 2020 after disembarking him from his onward flight to the UK at Nedumbassery international airport. Continue reading “Kerala doctor who treated UK national critically ill with Covid has this advice for elderly”

Kerala Nurse Declines Offer To Opt Out Of COVID-19 Services

KOCHI April 8: Reeja Vishnu, a Kerala nurse working out of Kalamassery Medical College Hospital in Kerala’s Ernakulam was reportedly given the option to opt-out of serving at high-pressure COVID-19 wards so she could take care of her two-year-old child. Continue reading “Kerala Nurse Declines Offer To Opt Out Of COVID-19 Services”

Trump urges Modi to lift ban on hydroxychloroquine export

NEW DELHI April 6: US President Donald Trump late Saturday said he has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to supply hydroxychloroquine tablets that can be used to treat covid-19 patients in his country, which now has the highest number of cases in the world.
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Kerala Nurse Tested Positive For COVID-19, Writes Letter To The Virus

KOCHI April 2: With doctors and nurses investing their time and efforts in selflessly curing the patients, India is fighting with the global pandemic coronavirus as hard as it can. Continue reading “Kerala Nurse Tested Positive For COVID-19, Writes Letter To The Virus”

Excise in Kerala Ready to supply liquor as per doctor’s prescription

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM March 30: The Kerala Excise Commissioner’s draft document expressing readiness to supply liquor to alcoholics as per doctor’s prescription is out. The document states that liquor will be provided to those people who produce prescriptions from government doctors. Continue reading “Excise in Kerala Ready to supply liquor as per doctor’s prescription”

Mental Issues Due To Coronavirus Could Be Silent Killer: Red Cross

NEW YORK March 28: The Red Cross called Friday for increased psychological support to health workers and others fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, warning of rising suicides as a result of pressure and isolation.
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