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6 yrs on, justice eludes kin of Soumya, Jigisha

It has been almost seven years since journalist Soumya Vishwanathan and IT executive Jigisha Ghosh were shot dead, allegedly by the same gang. Times of India, 2 months ago
Indian Express

3 acquitted in 2002 Ode massacre case

A special trial court in Anand on Thursday acquitted three persons in one of the two 2002 Ode massacre cases. The court, presided over by the special judge M S Bhatt, acquitted the three accused — Mohan alias Shashin Patel, Nikul Patel and Ankur ...
 Indian Express5 days ago 2002 Ode massacre case: Three acquitted  Indian Express5 days ago

Aditi hits the front with brilliant 69

Favourite Aditi Ashok shot the only sub-par card of the day to dominate the opening round honours in the IGU Southern India Junior Girls & Ladies Golf Championship here on Tuesday. The local teenager shot a superb three-under 69 to open up a ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
India New England

Over 100 Students Showcased Their Talent at the Academy of Creative Arts Annual Show

BURLINGTON, MA--Academy of Creative Arts hosted its student's annual art show and recitals on June 14 at its facilities in Burlington, MA. Students from the ages of 4 to 71 shared their creative and performing art skills as the whole Academy was ...
 India New England1 week ago

Major Medical Journal Retracts Numerous Scientific Papers After Fake Peer-Review Scandal

A major publisher of scholarly medical and science articles has retracted 43 papers because of fabricated peer reviews amid signs of a broader fake peer review racket affecting many more publications. As The Washington Post reports , BioMed Central ...
 Zero Hedge3 weeks ago

Delhi CM promises to appoint spl prosecutor in Soumya case

NEW DELHI: Weeks after TOI reported how there has been no progress in the Soumya Vishwanathan murder case owing to lack of a public prosecutor, the Delhi government on Thursday has assured the parents of the journalist that a special public ...
 Times of India1 month ago

At home in jail, gangs deal a bloody hand

NEW DELHI: They may be serving time in jail, but for many Tihar inmates—some of them extremely dangerous criminals—imprisonment no longer stands in the way of doing business. In just the first four months this year, more than 60 phones have been ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Inside Raaga-Rang - A Delicious Musical Event

By Shubhra Bhattacharya Chandra LEXINGTON, MA--Raagas, Vegan food and Bollywood- what do they have in common? Apparently, enough to have three sold out shows and more on the way! Music is the food for our souls. What draws us to sing, play ...
 India New England1 month ago

Gangs of Delhi battle for power

The killing of former Najafgarh MLA Bharat Singh has once again highlighted how gangs are active in the lawless outskirts of the capital. Despite Delhi Police forming special units to tackle the menace, many notorious names have managed to evolve in the past ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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