Monday, December 11, 2017
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ISIS-Inspired Bangladeshi Bomber Arrested After Blast In New York Subway

ISIS-Inspired Bangladeshi Bomber Arrested After Blast In New York Subway

Akayed Ullah, the 27-year-old suspected bomber, had wires and a pipe bomb strapped to his body. The device prematurely exploded between two subway platforms near Port Authority, which is America's largest bus terminal, police said

ISIS-Inspired Bangladeshi Bomber Arrested After Blast In New York Subway

Kansas Hero Ian, Who Took Bullet For An Indian, Honoured By Time

Kansas Hero Ian, Who Took Bullet For An Indian, Honoured By Time

Time magazine has honoured Ian Grillot, the US national who took a bullet for an Indian while trying to intervene during a racially-motivated shooting in Kansas early this year.

Kansas Hero Ian, Who Took Bullet For An Indian, Honoured By Time

30-Yr-Old Hyderabad Student Mohammad Akbar Shot At In Chicago; Seriously Injured

30-Yr-Old Hyderabad Student Mohammad Akbar Shot At In Chicago; Seriously Injured

Mohammad Akbar was seriously wounded in the shooting on December 6 in the Albany Park neighbourhood in Chicago

30-Yr-Old Hyderabad Student Mohammad Akbar Shot At In Chicago; Seriously Injured

15-Year-Old Indian Schoolgirl Drowns In Adelaide

15-Year-Old Indian Schoolgirl Drowns In Adelaide

A 15-year-old girl from Delhi, who had gone to take part in the unrecognised Pacific School Games in Australia, died after being drowned at the Glenelg Beach in Adelaide on Monday, a top official of School Games Federation of India (SGFI) said.

15-Year-Old Indian Schoolgirl Drowns In Adelaide

Stranded Deer Rescued From Frozen Lake In British Columbia's Okanagan

Stranded Deer Rescued From Frozen Lake In British Columbia's Okanagan

Two members of a British Columbia search crew carried out an unusual rescue this week after they received a call about a deer stranded on an ice-covered lake.

Stranded Deer Rescued From Frozen Lake In British Columbia's Okanagan

Sikhs In US Raise $210K For Underprivileged Children In Punjab

Sikhs In US Raise $210K For Underprivileged Children In Punjab
The Sikh community here has raised US$ 2,10,000 for underprivileged youth pursuing higher education in Punjab.

Sikhs In US Raise $210K For Underprivileged Children In Punjab