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'We love peace': Hundreds march in support of Indian killed in Kansas shooting
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'We love peace': Hundreds march in support of Indian killed in...

Hundreds of people in Kansas City joined a peace march and prayer vigil, celebrating the life of Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla cut short in a senseless triple shooting incident at a pub in an apparent hate crime. IMAGE: People march before a vigil for Srinivas Kuchibhotla at a conference center in Olathe, Kansas. All photograph: Dave Kaup/Reuters Marchers held pictures, banners and shouted, "We want peace"; "We love peace"; "Let us not leave our children"; "Unity is part of ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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Indian shot dead in Kansas bar, shooter yelled 'get out of my country'

The shooter, Adam Purinton, reportedly got into an argument with Srinivas Kuchibhotla and his colleague Alok Madasani over racism, and shouted 'get out of my country', 'terrorist' before shooting them. A 32-year-old Indian engineer was killed and another Indian man and an American were injured after a Navy veteran yelling ‘get out of my country’ and ‘terrorist’ opened fire on them at a bar in Kansas City in an apparent racially motivated hate crime. Srinivas ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Slain Indian engineer was 'outstanding', 'friendly'  Sify3 weeks ago Indian techie shot dead in US  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Indian shot dead in US, shooter yells 'get out of my country'  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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Amitabh, Aniruddh under COA scanner after attending Srini meet

The BCCI's current joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary and treasurer Aniruddh Chaudhry's presence at an informal unsanctioned gathering, arranged by former president N Srinivasan has brought them under the scanner of Committee of Administrators (COA). Both ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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21 units accept Lodha Reforms as Srini-Thakur join hands

With the Supreme Court verdict already out, 21 state units have confirmed in writing to accepting Lodha Panel’s reforms and implementing them, even as former presidents N Srinivasan and Anurag Thakur joined forces in Bengaluru. It was learnt that 24 administrators of various state units who are either disqualified or going into compulsory cooling off met in the Garden City to discuss their future. "Today 21 state units have already written to BCCI that they are adopting Lodha Panel ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Srinivasa Kalyana new attempt, Srini on Arishadwarga

r, greed, temptation, pride, jealous). Srinivas is a former RJ and ace dancer is hoping for big hit from ‘Srinivasa Kalyana’. MG Srinivas has set a good platform for his making but without enough money. He roped in forty plus youngsters for a ...
 India Glitz1 month ago Debut for Nikila and Kavitha, Srini is counterpart  India Glitz1 month ago

Srini to meet TNCA Dist Secys informally, speculations rife

Former BCCI president and outgoing Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) chief N Srinivasan will be meeting the district secretaries tomorrow amidst speculations about who would take over from the Chennai strongman as the supremo of the state unit. As per ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Smaller cities a new destination for VC, angel firms

Venture Capital funding and angel investing is no longer a metro phenomenon. These angels do not fear to tread the un-trodden paths to reach out to businesses – both traditional and modern - in smaller cities. In the past couple of years smaller cities have ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

E-commerce awaits sustainable business model

E-commerce industry is in a mess-- valuations are crumbling, many portals are shutting down and some getting merged with others. Couple of years could be watershed for the sector, but the industry is confident of the inherent strength of the sector and is ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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All sorts of unholy alliances are still possible in Indian cricket: Bindra

Indian cricket’s new saviours can learn from the past and do what millions of cricket fans want: convert Indian cricket into a force of good governance and high global standards, IS Bindra writes in blog   IMAGE: Veteran administrator IS Bibdra. Photograph: Jack Dabaghian/Getty Images for ICC After hailing the Supreme Court's move to appoint a four-member Committee of Administrators to run the affairs of the BCCI, veteran administrator I S Bindra has shared his experiences so that ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Limaye should represent BCCI in ICC meetings: Bindra

'I would be happy to offer them any advise -- of course only if asked -- so the vultures that are waiting on the sides cannot yet again hijack the game we all love so much!' Hailing the Supreme Court's move to appoint a four-member team of administrators to run the affairs of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, veteran cricket administrator Inderjit Singh Bindra on Tuesday said that renowned banker Vikram Limaye should take the lead in representing BCCI in the upcoming International ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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