Keralites unite as the world helps victims of devastating floods

Keralites unite as the world helps victims of devastating floods

Dr Michael Manjalloor August 25 was the Harvest Festival of Malayalees, namely Onam. It is celebrated all over the world with the enthusiasm as once-in-a-year extravaganza. Unfortunately, the recent flood dampened the festivities. The Malayali community called off Onam celebrations all over the world but used the occasion to raise funds to help 1.35 million people who were shifted to…

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Prime Minister sacks Clare Curran from Cabinet

Supplied Content Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has removed Clare Curran from Cabinet and accepted her offer to resign her Government Digital Services portfolio and Open Government responsibilities, following a second failure to properly declare a meeting. Dr Megan Woods has taken over as Minister of Government Digital Services and Ms Curran’s delegated responsibilities in relation to Open Government will revert…

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Text plea to call off Bridges’ expense leak inquiry

Exclusive to Radio New Zealand It is a major development in the saga over who leaked Mr Bridges’ expenses and raises huge questions about the stability of his leadership and disquiet among National MPs. Sources have told RNZ that National Party Leader Simon Bridges and Parliamentary Speaker Trevor Mallard both received an anonymous text message recently from a person claiming…

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