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Chalakudy native dies of kovid infection in Kuwait

Chalakudy native dies of kovid infection in Kuwait

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Kuwait City> Chalakudy native dies in Kuwait while undergoing Kovid treatment The deceased has been identified as Jijo Augustine, 47, of Kunnampuzha, Chalakudy IQ Road. Adan was taken to hospital for treatment.He was an engineer in KOC. Wife: Dr. Shenny. Children: Annaros, Jennifer. Jijo Augustine, an alumnus of NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad, was also an active member of the Kuwait Engineers Forum. The family is at home. Patriotic news is now available on WhatsApp and Telegram. Click to subscribe to WhatsApp channel .. Click to subscribe to Telegram Channel .. Other news (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.g...
Left rule essential for expatriate welfare; Navodaya Eastern Province

Left rule essential for expatriate welfare; Navodaya Eastern Province

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The Navodaya Eastern Province appealed to all expatriates to register to vote for the Left Democratic Front and come to power with a large majority. "The Kerala we see is the result of the sweat and tears shed by lakhs of Malayalees in the desert". These are the words of the present Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan at the last election campaign meeting held in Thiruvananthapuram in 2016. This was not just a word, the expatriate pension which was only Rs.500 was increased to Rs.2000 within days of coming to power. In the last budget, it was announced that this would be increased to Rs 3,500 crore and in the next phase it will be increased to Rs 5,000 crore. It is commendable that during the Kovid period, help desks were set up by expatriate organizations to bring food and me...
LDF UK – Ireland Global Expatriate Association Sunday

LDF UK – Ireland Global Expatriate Association Sunday

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UK> As the election campaign in Kerala came to an exciting end, the LDF UK-Ireland, the exile component of the Left Front, presented a different program. On Sunday, April 4, at 3 pm, the Pravasi Koottayam will be organized with the participation of representatives of the Left Pravasi organizations around the world. The participants in the meeting will share their assessment of the activities of the Left Front government in Kerala and their expectations for the present government.The meeting will be inaugurated by KV Abdul Khader MLA, Secretary, Kerala Pravasi Sangham.PM Jabir (Oman, Director, Expatriate Welfare Board), OV Mustafa (UAE Director, Norca Routes), Kunhahammad Koorachund (Saudi Arabia), Anupama Venkitesh (US, Journalist), Girikrishnan Radhamma (Germany), Anoop A...
The ‘Sure Expatriate Welfare’ handbook is noteworthy

The ‘Sure Expatriate Welfare’ handbook is noteworthy

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Muscat: Pravasi Kshemanidi Board Director PM Jabir has prepared a handbook titled 'Sure Pravasi Kshemam'. It was released by CPI (M) state committee member Dr V Sivadasan at an online function on the occasion of AKG Day. Distributed in PDF format. These notes range from the establishment of a special department in the world for their expatriates as part of the exile, to the establishment of the global model of the 'Loka Kerala Sabha', which does justice to the United Nations Convention on Migration, which can be described as the Magna Carta of Migrant Workers. It details the expatriate welfare schemes and the various benefits available to expatriates. It is designed to be used as a hand book for expatriate workers. Publishers said they will send it via WhatsApp or Mes...
Review UK Election 2021 Campaign Closing

Review UK Election 2021 Campaign Closing

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Review UK Election 20-21 Campaign Closing Ceremony at the Open Political Debate Forum. Saturday at 6pm UK time. It is attended by prominent figures in the socio-cultural field in the UK and fellow travelers from various political parties. Topic: "The role of political parties in the construction of Kerala, history, news and future". Patriotic news is now available on WhatsApp and Telegram. Click to subscribe to WhatsApp channel .. Click to subscribe to Telegram Channel .. Other news (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id...
Unparalleled development by the government; Win the Left: LDF Kuwait

Unparalleled development by the government; Win the Left: LDF Kuwait

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Kuwait City: The LDF government in Kuwait has said that the Modi government is taking a tough communal stance to destroy secularism and divide the people in India. The LDF in Kuwait told a news conference that the Left in India was taking a strong stand against this. Elections to the 15th Assembly will be held on April 6. This election is a battle between two political parties. The BJP at the Center is adopting a policy of completely subordinating the country's economy to the private sector to make the rich richer and the poor poorer. This policy was first implemented in India by the Congress. Today, the BJP is pursuing these policies very aggressively. Part of this is that the Congress supports all the anti-people policies adopted by the BJP.For the last 5 years in Kerala...
The Left government should continue to comfort the expatriates and their families – expatriate organizations

The Left government should continue to comfort the expatriates and their families – expatriate organizations

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Abu Dhabi: Expatriate organizations in Abu Dhabi have said in a joint statement that the Left government, which has been a source of comfort to expatriates in times of crisis, needs expatriates and their families to depend on them.When the expatriates were in crisis after the lockdown was announced in India and abroad following Kovid, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan's comforting words, "You don't have to worry about the family. We can take care of them and take care of your health."When the propaganda that Kovid was being spread by expatriates was widespread, the Chief Minister gave the courage to the expatriates to resist the propaganda by saying, "The more Keralites we are, the more Keralites are expatriates." The government has given Rs 5,000 each to expatriates who...
Oman extends amnesty until June 30

Oman extends amnesty until June 30

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In Muscat Amnesty extends amnesty in Oman until June 30 The Ministry of Labor said that the extension was for another three months in the Kovid context and that those without residences should register within this period. The amnesty was extended as the term was due to end on March 31. This is the fourth extension of the amnesty announced on November 15 last year. Those who have got the out pass can also return by June 30. Illegal occupants staying after the amnesty period will be fined. As of Wednesday, 65,173 expatriates had registered for amnesty. Of these, 46,355 returned home. Work permit fees and illegal residence fines will not be levied on those who leave the country under the amnesty. Passport and Resident Card holders can also avail this benefit. In the context ...
Bahrain Grand Prix: Louis Hamilton wins

Bahrain Grand Prix: Louis Hamilton wins

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Manama> Mercedes driver and eight-time world champion Louis Hamilton wins Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix car race Hamilton beat the 36-year-old Mercedes in one hour, 32 minutes and 3 seconds on the 57th lap of the Grand Prix at the International Circuit in Zachary. Hamilton has 25 points. The Mercedes star won his first game of the season, beating Red Bull's Max Verstappen to second place in the qualifying round. Verstappen (18 points) is the runner - up. Mercedes' own Vateri Bottas (16 points) finished third. McLarent 's Lando Norris was fourth and Red Bull' s Sergio Perez was fifth. Ferrari's Charles LeClark finished sixth. Like Michael Schumacher, Hamilton is a seven - time world champion. Hamilton has the most wins in Formula One - 96. Hamilton is considered one of the best Form...
An oil tanker caught fire in Jizan during a shelling attack

An oil tanker caught fire in Jizan during a shelling attack

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Manama> An unknown shell (projectile) exploded and set fire to a fuel tanker in Jizan, Saudi Arabia. No injuries or damage were reported. Crude oil prices rose to $ 62 a barrel in international markets following the attack. The Saudi Energy Ministry said a projectile attack on an oil tanker in Jizan took place at 9.08pm on Thursday. However, the ministry did not say who carried out the attack. It is not clear where the oil tanker was attacked in Jizan. The attack comes on the sixth anniversary of the Yemeni civil war. But no one has claimed responsibility for the attack. Meanwhile, eight drones loaded with explosives were sent to Saudi Arabia by Huthi rebels in Yemen on Thursday afternoon. The Saudi air defense said it was targeting universities in Jizan and Najran...