Indian shot dead in Kansas: KTR meets deceased's family, Swaraj shares condolences

  1. Indian shot dead in Kansas: KTR meets deceased’s family, Swaraj shares condolences  Daily News & Analysis
  2. This man killed Hyderabad techie Sharath Koppu in Kansas- CCTV footage out; $10000 reward announced  Financial Express
  3. UMKC Graduate Student Killed in Restaurant Armed Robbery  U.S. News & World Report
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"Everyone Ducked, Sharath Ran": Scenes Of Panic As Indian Was Shot In US

  1. “Everyone Ducked, Sharath Ran”: Scenes Of Panic As Indian Was Shot In US  NDTV
  2. 25-year-old Indian student from Telangana dies after being shot in back at Kansas City restaurant  Financial Express
  3. GoFundMe Account Created to Bring Back Body of Telangana Student Killed in Kansas Restaurant  News18
  4. Warangal youth shot dead in US  The Hindu
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Indian police charge five in death of rape victim's father

Indian police charge five in death of rape victim's fatherBy Nigam Prusty NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Indian police on Saturday charged five people, including the brother of a lawmaker from the ruling party, in relation to the death of the father of a teenage girl raped last year. Atul Singh Sengar, the brother of the arrested lawmaker, along with four others were accused of brutally assaulting the rape victim’s father who “sustained serious injuries”, federal police said in a statement. More than 100 rapes are reported in India every day, but strong political overtones have crept into this particular case.


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Few Indian shopkeepers turn up for protests against Walmart's Flipkart deal

Few Indian shopkeepers turn up for protests against Walmart's Flipkart dealMUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Indian shopkeepers and traders affiliated to a local lobby group held scattered sit-in protests across the country on Monday against Walmart Inc’s proposed $16 billion acquisition of e-commerce firm Flipkart. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) had hoped to gather one million protesters at various cities in the country to voice opposition to the deal, but the numbers were far fewer, witnesses. “This is the first phase of our protest.


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