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Chancellor’s tax cuts met with hostile reception: Pound plummets to 37-year low: Stamp Duty Cut

LONDON Sept 24: The chancellor has denied suggestions he is gambling with the economy as his raft of tax cuts were met with a hostile reception – and sent the pound plummeting to a 37-year low, Sky News reported.
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OCI and PIO students looking to study in Indian professional colleges can opt only for NRI seats

NEW DELHI Sept 23: OCI (Overseas Citizen Of India) /PIO (Person of Indian Origin)/Foreign National candidates are eligible to apply ONLY for NRI (Non-resident Indian) seats and not for Indian (All India Quota/ Central/ Deemed Paid/ Indian) seats, the ministry of home affairs said in a notification released on Thursday.
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NMC to decide on new English language requirement proposals for nurses, healthcare workers on Sept 28

LONDON Sept 22: The National Midwifery Council (NMC) will consider important changes to their English language requirements at its next meeting on 28 September. These aim to provide a fair and reliable approach to ensuring nursing and midwifery professionals can communicate safely and effectively in English.
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Queen laid to rest: UK Malayalees gear up to celebrate postponed Onam celebrations from this weekend (Schedule)

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON September 21: With the Queen now being laid to rest, Keralites in UK have begun their Onam celebrations which was put on hold during the mourning period. Although some organisations went ahead with the Onam celebrations during the mourning period prior to the funeral, majority of the Malayalee organisations opted to postpone them. With weekend coming up see below the list of Onam celebrations held in the UK from this week.
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Indians and Pakistanis in Leicester fight each other over cricket match: Police call for calm

LONDON Sept 19: Over the past three weeks, media in the UK have been reporting on “large-scale” and “serious” disorder in the city of Leicester to the northwest of London after street clashes between large groups of Hindus and Muslims.
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NRIs can now use Bharat Bill Payment System to pay utility bills and education fees in India

NEW DELHI Sept 18: Non-Resident Indians can now use Bharat Bill Payment System to pay utility bills and education fees on behalf of their family members in India, according to a Reserve Bank of India circular.
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Keralite research student in UK wins prestigious award from European Society of Precision Engineering

By A Staff Reporter

GENEVA (Switzerland) Sept 17: A Keralite has won the prestigious award from European Society of Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology (euspen) conducted by CERN, Switzerland.
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Indian President Droupadi Murmu to attend Queen Elizabeth’s funeral

NEW DELHI Sept 15: Indian President Droupadi Murmu will be attending the state funeral of British monarch Queen Elizabeth II, the ministry of external affairs said on Wednesday. She will be visiting London from September 17 to September 19 and is expected to offer condolences on behalf of the Government of India.
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Indian-origin artists create giant mural tribute to Queen in London

LONDON Sept 14: Two Indian-origin artists from west London are working on a giant mural of Queen Elizabeth II as a tribute to the late monarch who passed away aged 96 in Scotland last week.
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Keralite nurse in London seeks your help and prayers for her to come back to life

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON Sept 12: Ritty Raju came to the UK in February 2020 with dreams like every immigrant from her hometown in Kerala. She started working as a Registered Nurse at Royal Free Hospital in London and moved up higher to become a Renal Research Nurse. Later the same year, Amit, her husband, joined her in the United Kingdom, and they were looking forward to building a new life in this country.
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