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Foreigners married to Indians cannot enjoy OCI status after divorce

NEW DELHI April 9: Foreigners registered as Overseas Citizens of India or OCI cardholders because of their marriage to Indian nationals cannot continue to enjoy that status after their divorce, the Centre has told the Delhi High Court.
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Funeral of Late Haridas to be held on April 12: Live webcast on Youtube, Facebook: Viewings on April 10 & 11

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON April 9: The funeral arrangements of Late T Haridas, former officer of the Indian High Commission in the UK, a business entrepreneur and philanthropist, who sadly passed away on the 24th March 2021 is announced by the family.
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Funeral of Late Haridas to be held on April 12: Live webcast on Youtube, Facebook: Viewings on April 10 & 11

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON April 9: The funeral arrangements of Late T Haridas, former officer of the Indian High Commission in the UK, a business entrepreneur and philanthropist, who sadly passed away on the 24th March 2021 is announced by the family.
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New Zealand suspends entry for all travellers from India including its own citizens

WELLINGTON April 8: New Zealand on Thursday temporarily suspended entry for all travellers from India, including its own citizens, for about two weeks following a high number of positive coronavirus cases arriving from the South Asian country.
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UK trial of Oxford vaccine on children paused as regulator probes rare blood clots in adults

LONDON April 7: A trial of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID vaccine on children in the UK has been paused while the medicines regulator investigates a possible link between the jab and rare blood clots in adults.
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Pubs, restaurants, hairdressers and non-essential retail across England to reopen on 12 April

LONDON April 6: Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson has yesterday confirmed pubs, restaurants and non-essential retail across England will reopen on 12 April as a large section of the country’s economy is released from Covid-19 restrictions.
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Celebrate Vishu with The Grand Udaya Vishu Sadya – available on Wed 14th, Sat 17th & Sun 18th April

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON April 6: Keralites all over the world celebrate Vishu this year on Wednesday April 14. Vishu marks the start of a New Year in Kerala and is the first day of the Malayalam calendar. Keralites in UK too are very much prepared to celebrate the occasion in all its grandeur in the accompaniment of a delicious traditional Kerala sadya.
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UK Malayalee student from Varkala dies in accident and two others injured as their car collides with lorry

By A Staff Reporter

NORWICH April 2: A Keralite student has died and two others have been injured in an accident involving their car colliding with another vehicle, student sources informed this website.
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Vaccine passports likely to be required for international travel in future, says prime minister

LONDON April 2: Prime Minister Boris Johnson has given his clearest hint yet that vaccine passports are likely to be required for international travel – while suggesting they will have a role to play at home as well.
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OCI card holders dont need old passport for travel to India: Renewal date extended till 31st Dec 2021

WASHINGTON March 30: People of Indian-origin having the Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cards are now not required to carry their old, expired passports for travel to India, as required earlier, according to a government notification that has been welcomed by members of the community.
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