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Rishi Sunak unveils new 50-pence Diversity coin in bid to celebrate Britain’s diversity

LONDON October 20: UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled a new 50-pence Diversity coin in a bid to celebrate Britain’s diversity and to recognise the contributions of minority communities.
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Indian students in UK getting used to blended learning style of online and in-person teaching in universities

LONDON October 20: A significant cohort of students from India have managed to travel to the UK despite COVID-19 restrictions to take up courses across universities and are adjusting to the blended learning approach of a mix of online and in-person teaching, according to an analysis of the first few weeks of the new academic term.
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Senior doctors and consultants in UK retiring earlier, young doctors walking away from NHS: BMA

LONDON October 20: The NHS workforce faces a perfect storm of consultants choosing to retire earlier, a significant proportion approaching retirement age and a growing trend of younger doctors walking away from their career, a report has warned.
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Indian-origin men and women face higher death risk from Covid in England: Report

LONDON October 20: Men and women belonging Indian ethnicity communities in England and Wales are roughly 50-75 per cent more likely to die with COVID-19 than white men and women, according to a latest statistical analysis released in London last week.
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India to become third largest economy in the world after China and the US by 2050: Lancet

NEW DELHI Oct 12: India would become the third largest economy in the world after China and the US by 2050, stated a study published in Lancet. The paper took 2017 as the base year when India was the seventh largest economy. It said that India would move to become the fourth largest economy by 2030 and the third largest by 2050. India is currently the fifth largest economy in the world.
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Indian couple in UK ties the knot in an innovative style wedding ceremony bypassing Covid restrictions

LONDON Oct 7: An Indian-origin couple, keen not to delay their wedding plans despite a strict restriction on the number of guests allowed to assemble under England’s coronavirus lockdown rules, are celebrating this week after pulling off a first-of-its-kind drive-in wedding near London.
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Indian Taxi App Ola banned in London over public safety concerns

LONDON Oct 5: Transport for London (TfL) has stripped Indian-ride hailing company Ola of its operating license as the taxi app was considered not “fit and proper” to hold an operating licence having put passengers at risk.
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Air India cancels flights to Germany’s Frankfurt till October 14

NEW DELHI Oct 2: Air India has cancelled all 12 flights between Frankfurt and India till October 14 after Germany withdrew permission to operate them, said senior government officials on Thursday.
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Air India cancels flights to Germany’s Frankfurt till October 14

NEW DELHI Oct 2: Air India has cancelled all 12 flights between Frankfurt and India till October 14 after Germany withdrew permission to operate them, said senior government officials on Thursday.
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Cambridge University academic Dr Manali Desai makes history as first Indian-origin department head

CAMBRIDGE Oct 1: An academic from Newnham College at the University of Cambridge, Dr Manali Desai, has made history as the first woman of Indian heritage to take over as the Head of the Sociology Department of the prestigious UK University in its over 800-year history.
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