The father of an engineering student from India who was fatally shot in Kansas City said Tuesday that he wishes a person of interest in the killing had been arrested rather than shot to death by police, because he wants to know why the man killed his son.
Sabrina Singh, who joined the Democratic National Committee (DNC) last year as its spokeswoman and deputy communications director, alleged that the ruling Republican party has "created a toxic environment" and is struggling with telling the truth.
Jabar KP, who hails from Kerala, stayed in Abu Dhabi city, but his body was found from Mussafah industrial area at city's outskirts, Khaleej Times reported. Jabar's body was initially kept in the mortuary as an unidentified corpse. Later, social workers and community groups stepped in to locate a relative.
"FM Shaikh Khalifa praised the contribution of Indian community settled in Bahrain towards the economic development of Bahrain," external affairs ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted following the second High Joint Commission meeting led by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Shaikh Khalifa in Manama.
In an unfortunate mix up, a family in Kerala, awaiting the mortal remains of their relative after his untimely death in the UAE capital, has received the body of another Indian expatriate, who also died here almost during the same time, according to a media report on Saturday.
Parm Sandhu, who joined the police service in 1989, rose through the ranks to become borough commander in Richmond-upon-Thames. She is one of the most senior ethnic minority female officers in the Met Police and in 2006 received an Asian Women of Achievement Award.
Tojo Mathew, 30, working as civil supervisor in the capital Abu Dhabi, had bought the ticket yesterday at the city's airport before boarding a flight to India. He was leaving the UAE for good to join his wife in Delhi.
Varun Sarja, who has no prior criminal record, agreed to the terms of his probation, including that he would apologise directly to those affected by writing letters to the university and the professors involved, the report said.
Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal, the first Indian-American woman to be elected to the US House of Representatives, has been arrested during a protest against the Trump administration's "inhumane" "zero-tolerance" border policy.
Naresh Rane pleaded guilty before senior US District Judge to an indictment charging him with knowingly and intentionally using and causing the use of facilities in interstate commerce to promote, manage, establish and facilitate the business of prostitution in violation of the New Jersey law.