World – UKMALAYALEE

Universities have an obligation to assist students with accommodation: Home Office informs NORKA UK representative

By A Staff Reporter
LONDON May 17: Universities have an obligation to ensure that students in the UK who are unable to travel have continued accommodation and access to essential services in the UK for the duration of their stay, the Home Office has informed T Haridas, NORKA (Non Resident Keralites Affairs) representative in the UK.

Returning of expats: Kerala to make necessary arrangements in all four airports

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: While interacting with the representatives of Non-Residential Keralites from various countries through video conference, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Sunday said that the state government will make necessary arrangements in all four airports to conduct screenings to detect COVID-19 when the expats return to Kerala.
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India Studying Donald Trump’s Executive Order On Immigration

New Delhi April 24: India is studying President Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily halting immigration into the US for 60 days and its possible impact on Indians, government sources said on Thursday.
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US Repatriates Over 4,000 Americans From India

Washington April 24: The US has so far repatriated over 4,000 Americans from India and efforts are being made to bring back about 6,000 more from the country, a senior US official has said.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel Demands Transparency From China On Coronavirus’ Origin

Berlin April 21: German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday urged China to be as transparent as possible about the coronavirus outbreak, as Beijing faces mounting pressure over its management of the crisis.
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US Coronavirus Death Count Crosses 40,000-Mark: Report

Washington April 20: The number of deaths from the new coronavirus in the United States topped 40,000 on Sunday, according to a running tally by Johns Hopkins University.
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China will have to answer hard questions on coronavirus outbreak

LONDON April 17: China will have to answer hard questions on how the coronavirus outbreak happened and on whether it could have been prevented, British foreign secretary Dominic Raab said on Thursday.
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17 Foreigners Including UK Tourists Charged For “Bathing In Sea” During Lockdown In Kerala

Thiruvananthapuram April 16: Seventeen foreign tourists have been charged for allegedly bathing in the sea off the famous Kovalam Beach in Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram in violation of lockdown regulations, police said on Wednesday.
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GAPIO, BAPIO, AAPI join hands to launch Global Indian Physicians COVID-19 Collaborative

By Medical Dialogues Bureau

New Delhi April 14: The Global Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (GAPIO), the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), the British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (BAPIO), the Canada India Network Society (CINS), and Canadian Association of Physicians of Indian Heritage (CAPIH) announced the launch of the Global Indian Physicians COVID-19 Collaborative. Continue reading “GAPIO, BAPIO, AAPI join hands to launch Global Indian Physicians COVID-19 Collaborative”

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: I got world class care at Ernakulam Medical College, says British national who recovered from Covid-19

By Balagopal Kent

Brian and Jane from Norwich in the UK were all prepared to leave after their tour of Kerala on 15th March, and just when they were about to board the flight from Kochi to Dubai the health officials in Kerala broke the news to them that Brian has been tested positive for Covid-19. Continue reading “EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: I got world class care at Ernakulam Medical College, says British national who recovered from Covid-19”