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Discussion on Kerala flood at Kerala House in Manorpark
MAUK literary group Kattan Kaappi and Kavitha, is arranging a meeting with Dr Ravi Raman- Kerala planning board member at Kerala House at 5pm on 18th August.

KCWA Onam feast and celebration in Croydon
KCWA is celebrating its 43rd Onam celebration on 8th & 15th of Sep 2018 with Onasadhya and variety entertainments from the community members, KCWA Dance School Students and ‘Kumble Band’.

Thiruvaathira spectacle of 200 dancers in East Ham
200 strong women wearing traditional dress moved in unison to the lines and music of Thiruvaathira and created a spectacle in Flanders Park, East Ham. The event was organised by Malayalee Association of the UK (MAUK) as part of its Keralolsavam 2018.

Prof Sobha Sivaprasad and Prof Gopalakrishnan honoured at Sree narayana Guru Mission of the UK in East Ham
The receptionfor the duo was to honour for their NHS funded project in India in the area of diabetic retinopathy. ​Prof Sobha Sivaprasad ​the internationally acclaimed eye specialist of Moorfield Eye hospital, is the head of a team of specialists who are in the process of introducing affordable eye tests in India to detect early possible onset of blindness among people with diabetes.

Silvertown Tunnel – A new road tunnel under the Thames in east London
The government has approved a new tunnel in east London linking Silvertown with Greenwich. It will reduce congestion around Blackwall tunnel but the opponents said new roads and tunnel will attract new traffic and pollute the London air more.

3rd Biennial Sree Narayana Convention in Catskill Mountains
K.N.Sanjiv, New York: Federation of Sree Narayana Organizations in North America is organizing its 3rd biennial convention on July 19-22, 2018 at Ellenville, New York.

Thrissur natives to hold get together on July 7 in Hemel Hempstead
LONDON: Thrissur natives living in the UK will hold a get together on July 7, 2018 at the Highfield Community Centre, Fletcher way, Hemel Hempstead, Hertford shire HP 2 5SB.

Film director Shaji N Karun to inaugurate SRUTHI annual day in West Yorkshire
Piravi, Vaanaprastham and Kutti Srank fame film director Shaji N Karun is the chief guest at SRUTHI annual day to be held on 7th April 2018 at Infinity Theatre, Carleton Community High School, Green Lane, Carleton, Pontefract, West Yorkshire, WF8 3NW. SRUTHI is a prominent Malayalee organisation based in Yorkshire.

Neethu Babu Raj receives architectural award from Jordan
Neethu Babu Raj of Croydon receives Tamayouz International Award 2017 for excellence in architectural urban and landscape graduation projects. The award was held for "Aspirational and Transformative projects tackling local and global challenges, informed by a holistic understanding of context".

Ashok Kumar with six Marathon Majors
A Malayalee with a record of running for six major Marathons, including London, New York, Boston, Berlin, Tokyo and Chicago that is Ashok Kumar from Croydon, South London. He has done all these six “Marathon Majors” in two and a half years.

Poet Prabha Varma is the chief guest at KALA annual
Eminent Poet Prabha Varma is the chief guest at KALA annual day to be held at Berkhamsted School,Centenary theatre Kings Roa, Berkhamsted, HP4 3BG on Saturday 28th October from 2.30 pm to 10.30 pm.

BFI London Film Festival Awards announced
The curtain closed on the 61st BFI London Film Festival with good increase in audience numbers which increased to 208,900.

A K Balan to inaugurate Malayalam Mission in London
A K Balan, Minister for Culture will inaugurate Malayalam Mission at Kerala House, 671 Romford Road, London E12 5AD at 6.30pm on Friday 22nd September at Kerala House, 671 Romford Road, London E12 5AD.

BFI London Film Festival begins on 4th of October
A silent film with 89 years of history will be the highlight from India- Shiraz: A Romance of India. From documentary to feature film, there is a good cross section of films from India at BFI London Film Festival.

Kent Hindu Samajam Celebrates Onam
Kent Hindu Samajam celebrates Onam on Saturday, 16th September – 2017, from 10:00 to 18.00 hours at Medway Hindu Mandir, 361 Canterbury Street, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 5XS.

MAUK educational awards for GCSE and A level
Applications are invited for the Malayalee Association of the UK 2017 Education Award for the best GCSE and A level results from all Malayalee students from across the country.

Death of eight people including two Malayalees at M1 Newport
The Polish driver of one of the trucks involved in an accident that killed eight people was on twice the drinks limit. Malayalees Ciriac Joseph and Rishi Kumar and six others from India died at the scene of the accident on M1 in Newport as their van was hit by two trucks.

Two days of Onam by KCWA in Croydon
Kerala Cultural and Welfare Association’s Onam 2017 celebrations completedwith two days programs in Archbishop of Lanfranc Academy on 26th and 27 August. 1st day was devoted to cultural programs from community members, KCWA members, KCWA Dance school, invited dance guests and professional performers.

KCWA celebrates Onam on Aug 26 and 27
KCWA is celebrating its Onam celebrations over two day at this Bank holiday weekend at the Archbishop Lanfranc Academy, Mitcham.

Gurujayanthy and Onam celebrations on Sept 2nd, Saturday in Cambridge
SNDP Cambridge is inviting all friends to join them to celebrate the day long Onam celebration and Sree Narayana Guru Jayanthy from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm on Saturday, 2nd September 2017, at Papworth Village Hall, Ermine Street South, Papworth Everard, Cambridge, CB23 3RD.

Kent Hindu Samajam Celebrates Ramayanamasam
To commemorate the age old pious tradition of reading of the Adhyatma Ramayanam, Kent Hindu Samajam celebrates Ramayanamasam on 22nd July, 2017 (Malayalam Calender – Karkkidakam 6, 1192) from 18:00 Hrs (6:00 PM) at Medway Hindu Mandir, Gillingham – ME7 5XS, Kent.

Natyanjali dance festival at Bristol
LONDON: Southwest of England’s Largest Dance school The academy of saktheesh narthanalayam celebrating its anniversary with an enticing evening with full of dance and music on July 1 saturday 4:30pm at Bristol .

Thrissur District Families gathered in Liverpool
UK Thrissur District families gathered in Liverpool. Around 25 families attended the function at Whiston Town Hall, Liverpool. Family get together function was inaugurated by Fr. Lonappan Arangassery and Fr. Jino Arikkat by lighting the lamp.

Kent Hindu Samajam organises monthly Bhajan and Meeting
Kent Hindu Samajam organises this month’s Bhajan and monthly meeting on Saturday, 24th June 2017 at The Medway Hindu Mandir, 361 Canterbury Street, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 5XS. The Bhajan will start at 18:00 Hrs (6:00 pm). Mr. Somji Kumar & Family will be hosting the event for Kent Hindu Samajam.

Malayali Rajiv Ouseph crowns England with gold in Denmark
British Malayali Rajiv Ousephwon the European Badminton Championships in Denmark. Rajiv Ousephfrom Hounslowbecame the first person from England to win the men's singles titlein 27 yearswith a narrow 21-19 21-19 victory over home favourite Anders Antonsen.

Laptop donated to Varkala Karunilakkodu School
In memory of late Chellamma teacher of Karunilakkodu GLP School Varkala, who passed away in West Croydon last year, a laptop was donated to the school. Advocate V Joy MLA handed over the laptop to the school donated by the teacher`s son Jeoyhy CS Palachira.

Laptop banned by Britain as cabin baggage on flights from six countries including SA
LONDON: Laptops, tablets and DVD players are banned as cabin baggage in direct flights from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia flying into Britain.

Foreign students contribute £25.8 billion to British economy
According to study by Universities UK, international students have contributed £25.8 billion to British economy. This has contributed to support 206,600 jobs in the towns and cities where universities are situated in 2014/15 period.

Rs 3.5 lakh from London for Paravoor temple disaster
Leading organisations in London has collected Rs 3.5 lakh for the victims of Paravoor Puttingal fire display explosion. Malayalee Associationn of the UK, Sree Narayana Guru Mission of the UK and Kerala Catholic Association have collected the amount from people in London.

KCWA`s 9th Kalamela in Croydon on 22nd April
KCWA will hold its 9th Kalamela, the all UK dance competition in association with Anand Media & Asianet Europe on 22nd April 2017 at Archbishop Lanfranc Academyin Croydon.

Kent Hindu Samajam celebrates Mahashivratri
Kent Hindu Samajam celebrates Mahashivratri on Friday, 24th February 2017 from 17:00 Hrs (5:00 PM) at Medway Hindu Mandir, 361 Canterbury Street, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 5XS.

Argos is being forced to pay £2.4m to more than 37,000 shop workers for not paying minimum wage
The catalogue and online retailer Argos has been fined £1.5m by tax department HMRC for paying workers less than the minimum wage.

“NIRA NIRAYO NIRA” and Drushyakala silver jubilee celebration
LONDON: Malayalee Association of the UK (MAUK) celebrates the silver jubilee of its drama group Drushyakala and the staging of its play “NIRA NIRAYO NIRA” on Saturday 11th February at Plashet school hall, Plashet Grove, East Ham, London E6 1DG.

Cosmopolitan Club in Bristol inaugurated
Cosmopolitan club based, United kingdom has been officially inaugurated by renowned Indian classical dancer Dr Vasumathi Prasad on January 14 at Hengrove Community Centre, Whitchurch. Club president Jose Mathew presided the function.

Kent Hindu Samajam Organises Monthly Bhajan and Meeting
Kent Hindu Samajam organises this month’s Bhajan and monthly meeting on Saturday, 21st January 2017 from 18:00 Hrs (6:00 PM) at Medway Hindu Mandir, 361 Canterbury Street, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 5XS.

PIO cards to OCI cards conversion extended till June 30, 2017
The PIO (Persons of Indian origin) card was first implemented in 2002 as a benefit to foreign nationals who could establish at least a third generation tie to Indian origin.

Inauguration of Cosmopolitan Club Bristol on Jan 14
Newly formed Cosmopolitan Club based in Bristol will be inaugurated by renowned Indian classical dancer Dr .Vasumathi Prasad at Nishagandi auditorium Hengrove Community Centre,Whitchurch, Bristol at 5 pm on 14thJanuary.

“No alternative” exhibition by Artist Jose Pindian in Bow London
“No alternative” is an exhibition of art work taking place from 13 to 27 December atUnit 3 project space, ASC studio, Empson St. London E33LT. Dedicated artist Jose Pindianis presenting his art installations for art lovers appreciation.

Shades of India-- a cultural evening at the Nehru Centre
After a fantastic Onam festival at the High Commission of India, London showcasing the in house talent by the Staff members of the High Commission, the Nehru Centre, the cultural wing of the High Commission of India, London hosted an artistic evening entitled ‘Shades of India’ on 25th November 2016.

Overseas Malayalees are hardworking and resilient says Speaker Sreeramakrishnan
Malayalees abroad are hardworking people said Kerala legislative assembly speaker P Ramakrishnan. He praised their resilience and said that the high living standards enjoyed in Kerala was partially due to the investment of the Malayalee community abroad including that of British Malayalees.

 
 
  Manambur Suresh
    reports from London
    Email : < sureshmsj@gmail.com >
    Phone: 07737270119
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