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Keralite from Chiryankeezhu in Thiruvananthapuram passed away in Barking in London

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON Feb 7: Anil Kumar Pillai (65) residing at Alfred Gardens in Barking in London, passed away due to a sudden illness at his home this morning.
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NMC English Language Requirement Questions & Answers session with Dr Agimol Pradeep (Videos)

LONDON Feb 5: Dr Agimol Pradeep, who is the member of NMC English Language Review Expert Advisory Group, answers queries in regards to the new changes brought in by the Nursing & Midwifery Council of UK in a new video released today.
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Keralite’s car fails MOT for having Cross dangling from rearview mirror as it blocks driver’s view and is obstruction

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON Feb 6: The annual MOT check can be a source of concern for many drivers, thanks to the many hidden faults that could result in a big fat fail. There are many reasons which may result in an unsuccessful check.
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Kerala govt to start 25 new nursing colleges as nurses from govt and private hospitals leaving to US and Europe

By A Staff Reporter

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Feb 6: Twenty-five nursing colleges would be started in Kerala considering increased demand for nurses across the globe after the Covid pandemic, Kerala Finance Minister K N Balagopal announced while presenting the State Budget for 2023-24.
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NMC English Language Requirement Questions & Answers session with Dr Agimol Pradeep (Videos)

LONDON Feb 5: Dr Agimol Pradeep, who is the member of NMC English Language Review Expert Advisory Group, answers queries in regards to the new changes brought in by the Nursing & Midwifery Council of UK in a new video released today.
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Indian students entering UK on small boats as “it’s cheaper than visa route and can study on domestic fee”

LONDON Feb 4: A report by The Times, UK, says that Indians made up for the third largest chunk of migrants to have crossed the English Channel in small boats so far this year.

Citing Home Office officials, The Times said that Indians, most of them students, are utilising a loophole that lets asylum seekers study on domestic fee as opposed to the international fee that is higher.
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