UK Indian diaspora raises over £2 million to help India fight Covid but NO efforts from Keralites in UK
By A Staff Reporter
LONDON May 5: The UK Indian diaspora raised more than £2 million within hours to help India win its deadly Covid-19 battle. Taking a look at the campaigns begun by the Indian community there isn’t one organisation in the UK that has begun a campaign to help India.
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By A Staff Reporter
LONDON May 4: British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (BAPIO), in collaboration with Doctors Association UK (DAUK), Apna NHS and Akshay Patra are requesting you to donate generously to assist India in dealing with the devastating second wave of Covid-19.
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MUMBAI May 4: The 2021 season of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) has been suspended indefinitely after several players and staff members from different teams tested positive for Covid-19. The development has been confirmed to news agency PTI by IPL chairman Brijesh Patel.
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Under pressure Serum Institute CEO Poonawalla says he will return to India from London in a few days
Mumbai, May 2: Serum Institute of India CEO Adar Poonawalla has said he will return to India from London in a few days.
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Washington May 1: Certain categories of students, academics, journalists and individuals have been exempted from the India travel ban announced by President Joe Biden, the US State Department said.
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LONDON May 1: NHS recruitment from India has been suspended amid concern over doctors and nurses leaving when they are most needed during India’s devastating Covid-19 crisis, Telegraph newspaper reported.
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Air India to resume flights to UK from May 1: Arriving passengers will have to follow quarantine rules
LONDON April 29: Air India has Tweeted that it will restart flights to the UK from May 1. The airline had suspended to and from flights to the UK between April 24 and 30 due to fresh restrictions imposed by the foreign country amid India battering one of the worst COVID wave crises yet.
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LONDON April 28: Britain’s Prince Charles on Wednesday made an impassioned plea as he backed an emergency appeal launched by his charity, British Asian Trust, and urged people to help India as it copes with a “horrific” second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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MUMBAI April 28: Film Producer Suunil Jaiin of (SJP), Ashish Arjun Gaikar’s AGFS and Ankit Chandiramani’s Sunshine Studios – a leading film distribution and production house – have announced a film on Kerala’s missing children.
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New Delhi April 27: The Election Commission of India has banned all victory processions on the day of — or even after — counting of votes (May 2) polled to the five states in the past few weeks amid a COVID-19 surge. Legislative Assembly polls were scheduled in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, West Bengal, Assam, and Puducherry in eight phases, beginning March 27 and ending April 29.
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