UK PM Greets Tamil Diaspora On Pongal

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson wished Tamil diaspora in the country on the festive occasion of Thai Pongal. Boris took to twitter to share his wish to the Tamil community through a video message that started with a stylised British ‘Vanakkam’.“Today as you enjoy wonderful Pongal rice pudding and give thanks for nature’s bounty, I

PM lauds diaspora for contribution during Covid-19

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday lauded the contributions made by the Indian diaspora community to aid the country’s fight against the coronavirus pandemic. “The Indian diaspora helped in the country’s fight against the pandemic by contributing to PM CARES. It is being used to strengthen the health infrastructure in the country,” Modi said while

US Restricts Special Flights From India

Accusing New Delhi of engaging in “discriminatory and restrictive practices, the U.S. government on Monday restricted charter flights from India. It has violated a treaty governing aviation between the two countries, states the Department of Transportation (DoT). In the statement on Monday, the Department said that a foreign air carrier of India “will be required,

Nikhil Rathi Named The Head Of UK’s Financial Regulator

Nikhil Rathi was appointed as the new chief executive of UK’s Financial Conduct Authority on Monday, to oversee the next stage of the country’s regulatory response to the Covid-19 crisis. He was working as the head of the London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) international development business. He has more than a decade’s experience at the UK

Facebook Removes Trump Campaign Ad

  Facebook on Thursday announced that it had taken action against President Donald Trump’s election campaign ad for violating its policy against organized hate. In a first direct action against US President Donald Trump, Facebook removed an ad featuring a symbol used by Nazis for political dissenters. The ad with an upside-down red triangle symbol