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  1. As we all know, the new immigration rules enforced by the UK government from 10th of February 2010 have tried to undermine the contributions of over five billion pounds made to the UK economy by foreign students. These new rules have also imposed considerable problems to overseas students. So, to draw the attention of the Prime Minister of UK, Mr Gordon Brown, on issues like student visa problems, working hours and so on, Worlwide Nepalese Students' Organisation (WNSO) has launched as e-petition at the official website of the Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Please click on this link or copy and paste it in your address bar to view the full petition and offer your support to the cause by filling in the form and signing in. http://petitions.number10.gov.uk/overseas-student/ We would be very grateful if you could inform about this petition to your fellow members and ask them to sign up and spread the message. You will need to be resident (not necessarily the citizen) of the United Kingdom to lodge the petition so if you do not live in the United Kingdom you may not be able to participate. Please participate in this cause, we need to get as many signatures as possible. Pass it on to your friends and families living in the United Kingdom. Please note that your address, email and your personal information are kept confidential. We have got the confirmation from 10 Downing Street that these details will only be used for the purpose of this petition and nothing else. Thank you very much for your support. regards, Sachin Shrestha Vice President Worldwide Nepalese Students' Organisation - UK
  2. Good idea to have all feed under one post but unfortunately that option is currently not being supported at this time. I agreed and respect all respected members view and have disabled RSS feed in IT section. Thank you E Major for bringing this issue to light and thanks all for your feedback and participation.
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