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This short horror film Locked Down Rose by Bitu Thomas is unique and has already been selected for award

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON June 25: Many have already been affected by their mental health during the time of the lockdown due to the pandemic. This Malayalee from London Bitu Thomas was too overpowered with the effects of the lockdown. Continue reading “This short horror film Locked Down Rose by Bitu Thomas is unique and has already been selected for award”

BAPIO wants automatic fee-free extension of short-term visas of Indian doctors stranded in UK

London June 25: Britain’s leading doctors’ associations are calling on UK Home Secretary Priti Patel for an automatic fee-free extension of the short-term visas of many Indian doctors stranded in the lockdown as they await their international qualification exams in the UK. Continue reading “BAPIO wants automatic fee-free extension of short-term visas of Indian doctors stranded in UK”

Dont fall for fake job advertisements: Listen to what this noted recruitment consutlant has to say

LONDON June 23: Febin Cyriac, a noted recruitment consultant has now come out to warn the community for them not to fall for fraudsters who have now advertised saying that they are recruiting nurses without IELTS and carers with false promises.

Febin, who runs Envertiz Consultancy was forwarded several advertisements which appeared on social media including Whatsapp media with agents promising jobs within the NHS in the UK.

The informative video is for all those prospective nurses who are looking to come to the UK.

KALA celebrates World Music Day today at 4pm with Kudamaloor Janardanan’s Rasalasika Flute recital

LONDON June 21: KALA, the arts and literary organisation in the UK, will celebrate World Music Day today with Kudamaloor Janardanan.
Kudamaloor Janardanan will be joining KALA members and its followers with a musical tribute by a flute recital titled Rasalasika.
Date: 21st June 2020
Time: 4pm
Zoom Meeting ID: 719225606

Depressed at the time of pandemic? Dr Rajeev Krishnadas to answer your questions on June 23

By A Staff Reporter
LONDON June 20: Mental health can be affected during the time of pandemic. Looking after your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak is very important as its a silent visitor and each one fo us have to stay updated and ensure the well being through various means.

Stephen Timms MP congratulates good work of Malayalee Association of UK in British parliament

LONDON June 20: Stephen Timms MP for East Ham in London, has praised the efforts made by the Malayalee Association of UK (MAUK) during the time of the Coronavirus by providing assistance to those people who have been left without food.

Are you here on Visit Visa and not able to secure medicines: Listen to this informative video from NHS nurse

LONDON June 20: There are several Malayalees who are stranded in UK during the time of the Coronavirus. Many of those stranded were here on a visit visa which means they only had limited medicines. Continue reading “Are you here on Visit Visa and not able to secure medicines: Listen to this informative video from NHS nurse”

Coffee @ 4 with Dr Nikita Hari today at 4pm: Engineering and Innovation in the face of COVID-19

By A Staff Reporter
LONDON June 20: Dr Nikita Hari, a scientist, tech entrepreneur, technocrat and futurist will be giving a talk on ‘Engineering and Innovation in the face of COVID-19’.
Join the session from 4pm on Saturday 20th June by logging onto Google link:  https://bit.ly/Coffee-4_1
The Coffee@4 session is presented by IEEE SB WIE AG CE Poonjar in association with TECHBYHEART.
An Enthralling Session by Dr. Nikita Hari* (Postdoc, University of Oxford; PhD, University of Cambridge)
Date : 20th June 2020
Time : 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Platform : Google Meet

Read updated rules from Indian High Commission for OCI card holders looking to visit India through repatriation flights

By A Staff Reporter
LONDON June 17: The India government last week allowed certain categories of foreigners, including Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders, to enter India amid restrictions on the entry of people from abroad due to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials said.

Those travelling by repatriation flights on June 18, 24 and 30 need to complete this pre-departure card prior to journey

By A Staff Reporter
LONDON June 17: The Indian High Commission has asked all those who are travelling by the repatriation flights scheduled for June 18, 24 and 30 to complete the Pre-departure information card prior to the journey
Information you submit will be sent back to you by email, the High Commission website said.