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Indian High Commission in London resumes normal Consular Services with prior Online Appointment

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LONDON March 4: The Indian High Commission in London has resumed normal Consular Services with effect from 1st March 2021, said a notification from the High Commission.
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UK launches new post-study work visa that offers students to stay back for work after completing course

File Picture: Deepak Dominic Chevidan, a Keralite living in London, graduated from BPP University London and was also awarded the Best Outstanding student award.

LONDON March 4: A new post-study work visa that offers international students from countries like India the opportunity to stay on for work experience after completing their course in the UK will formally open for applications from July 1, the UK Home Office said on Thursday.
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OICC UK meet with Home Secretary to raise hardships suffered by migrants due to new mandatory RT-PCR tests

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LONDON Feb 28: Overseas Indian Cultural Congress (OICC) UK representative attended a zoom meeting with Home Secretary Priti Patel to raise issues faced by those migrants those who are travelling to India for emergency purposes.

OICC UK representative Sunil Ravindran raised the issues faced by migrants with the Home Secretary who assured that she will look into the matter and consult with relevant people before a decision is made.
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Restrictions on international passenger flights to India extended till March 31: Emergency travel allowed

NEW DELHI Feb 27: The restrictions on international passenger flights have been extended till March 31, Directorate General of Civil Aviation or DGCA said in a statement on Friday.
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Britain to offer fast-track visa scheme for jobs at high-growth financial technology companies

LONDON Feb 27: Britain said on Friday it would offer a fast-track visa scheme for jobs at high-growth companies after a government-backed review warned that financial technology firms will struggle with Brexit and tougher competition for global talent, Reuters news agency reported.
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Kerala to conduct RT-PCR tests free of cost for migrants returning: More people tested positive for Covid

NEW DELHI Feb 27: In view of rise in fresh COVID-19 cases, the Kerala government will conduct RT-PCR tests free of cost for expatriates returning to the state, the government said on Friday as 3,671 more peopled tested positive, taking the infection count to 10.52 lakh.
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Four Keralite students win Students Union elections at Northampton University: Nikhil elected as president

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NORTHAMPTON Feb 25: Keralite students have been having a rough time in the UK following the breakout of Covid pandemic as their classes were all affected and lessons were mostly online. However, here we have something to cheer from Keralite students at the Northampton University.
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UUKMA condemns efforts by communal groups and media in UK to sensationalise farmers protest in India

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LONDON Feb 24: Union of UK Malayalee Associations (UUKMA), an umbrella organisation for the expatriates of Kerala in the United Kingdom, has condemned in unequivocal terms about the irresponsible efforts by certain communal groups and media in the UK to sensationalise the ongoing farmers protest and to create communal tension in the UK.
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Outbound travellers from UK will be legally asked to provide reason for travel from March 8

LONDON Feb 24: From 8 March, outbound travellers will be legally obliged to provide their reason for travel on the Declaration to Travel form.” This procedure was originally promised to Parliament by the home secretary, Priti Patel, on 27 January. It appears likely to be delivered 40 days later, The Independent reported.
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Kollam native from East Ham and former MAUK sports secretary passed away after suffering heart attack

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EAST HAM (London) Feb 20: Joseph Alfred (Jose) (57), resident of Calverton Road East Ham in London and native of Kollam Mayyanad in Kerala passed away today (20th February 2020) following him suffering a heart attack.
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