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Census 2021: Best opportunity for Keralites in UK to influence govt decisions: Complete these columns

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON March 5: Participating in Census is very important for the Malayalee community in the UK. The data collected will determine how we as a collective number can influence the decision makers and vice versa.
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Indian High Commission in London resumes normal Consular Services with prior Online Appointment

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON March 4: The Indian High Commission in London has resumed normal Consular Services with effect from 1st March 2021, said a notification from the High Commission.
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Sahrudaya The West Kent Keralites elects new office bearers: Tomy Varkey elected president

By A Staff Reporter

KENT March 3: Sahrudaya The West Kent Keralites, an arts, sports and cultural organisation, based in West Kent, has elected its office bearers for the new year.
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Sahrudaya The West Kent Keralites elects new office bearers: Tomy Varkey elected president

By A Staff Reporter

KENT March 3: Sahrudaya The West Kent Keralites, an arts, sports and cultural organisation, based in West Kent, has elected its office bearers for the new year.
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London Hindu Aikya Vedi to host Shivratri Dance Festival on March 11

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON March 3: London Hindu Aikya Vedi, which is working towards the realization of a Guruvayoorappa Temple in London, will hold this year’s Shivratri Dance Festival on March 11.
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Malappuram native doctor from Plymouth who went for a swim dies in “tragic accident”

By A Staff Reporter

PLYMOUTH March 1: A Keralite doctor, based in Plymouth in the UK, has died after getting into trouble in the sea off Plymouth.
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Rishi Sunak plans new infrastructure bank to help first-time homebuyers and boost traineeship scheme

LONDON Feb 28: UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak is expected to set aside GBP 22 billion for a new infrastructure bank when he tables his Budget in Parliament next Wednesday, according to a UK media report on Saturday.
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OICC UK’s efforts pave way for Kerala govt to offer free RT-PCR tests to all returning expats free of cost

LONDON Feb 26: The hardships face by migrants when travelling from the UK to Kerala had increased with the stopping of direct flights from UK to Kerala. Those who had to travel to Kerala for emergency situations had to disembark at one of the four airports to which there are direct flights and then follow the Covid protocols of that state. By the time they have reached Kerala they would have spent so much on Covid tests and also faced severe hardships.
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Keralite organisations in UK renews requests to India govt to reinstate direct flights to Kochi

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON Feb 25: Air India started to operate direct London-Kochi-London flight service from August 2020 as part of the Vande Bharat Mission. There were flight connecting London and Kochi directly, each Friday and Sunday. The bi-weekly service became so popular that Air India later increased the number of flights to three later.
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UUKMA condemns efforts by communal groups and media in UK to sensationalise farmers protest in India

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LONDON Feb 24: Union of UK Malayalee Associations (UUKMA), an umbrella organisation for the expatriates of Kerala in the United Kingdom, has condemned in unequivocal terms about the irresponsible efforts by certain communal groups and media in the UK to sensationalise the ongoing farmers protest and to create communal tension in the UK.
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