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  • Suspected mastermind of Mumbai terror attacks freed on bail

    Suspected mastermind of Mumbai terror attacks freed on bail
    The suspected mastermind of the deadly Mumbai attacks in 2008 was released on bail Friday by a Pakistani court — a move likely to further strain relations with India, which has accused Islamabad of turning a blind eye to Islamic militancy. The...
  • Indian rape victim dies after 4 decades in coma

    A Mumbai nurse who was in a vegetative state for more than 40 years after being raped by a hospital cleaner died on Monday, hospital authorities said. She had been at the center of a debate over euthanasia laws in recent years. Aruna Shanbaug, 67, was...
  • Indian Head Park looks for new police chief, administrator and trustee

    Indian Head Park looks for new police chief, administrator and trustee
    There are lots of new faces on the Indian Head Park Village Board, and they have the job of filling more vacancies ahead of them. John W. Brooks, who worked as both the police chief and the village administrator since March 2014, resigned effective...
  • Death toll from Nepal aftershock at 91; troops hunt for U.S. aircraft

    Authorities in Nepal on Wednesday raised the death toll from a magnitude 7.3 aftershock to 91 people as troops combed a remote district northeast of Katmandu for a U.S. military helicopter that was missing with eight people aboard. More than 2,400...
  • Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's case shows power of celebrity in India

    Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's case shows power of celebrity in India
    Here in the country with the world's most prolific movie industry, Salman Khan stood apart: an action hero whose earnings of $40 million last year put him atop Forbes India's list of the nation's richest celebrities. On Friday, it cost him less than...
  • Bollywood star Salman Khan guilty in hit and run, faces 5 years in prison

    An Indian court on Wednesday found Bollywood superstar Salman Khan guilty of culpable homicide in a hit-and-run accident 13 years ago that left a homeless man dead, and sentenced the actor to five years in prison. Four others were injured in the 2002...
  • Museums turn over ancient art as smuggling investigation presses on

    Museums turn over ancient art as smuggling investigation presses on
    It sounds like an Indiana Jones movie, but Operation Hidden Idol is very real -- an active federal investigation into a former New York-based art and antiquities dealer, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency said Wednesday. As previously...
  • Teen tutors Indian youth each week via Skype

     Teen tutors Indian youth each week via Skype
    Every other Friday evening is a busy time for Weston High School junior Sophia Cohen. At 11:30 p.m., she is using Skype to help tutor 9- and 10-year-old children in Chennai, India. "There are seven students, and I interview each and discuss different...
  • Police suspect Al Qaeda ties to death of U.S. blogger in Bangladesh

    Police suspect Al Qaeda ties to death of U.S. blogger in Bangladesh
    A new Al Qaeda affiliate has claimed responsibility for the killing of a Bangladeshi American blogger, although police say they believe the attack was carried out by homegrown militants who may have links to the international terrorist group. In a video...
  • U.S. warns of threat to Americans in Honduran region

    Spain: A Russian oil rig carrying 1,400 tons of oil caught fire and later sank 15 miles west of the Spain's Canary Islands, causing an oil slick on popular tourist beaches. The government issued an environmental alert and has since cleaned one beach....
  • The Crowd: East meets west in Hutchins concert

    The Crowd: East meets west in Hutchins concert
    On the back of the program, organizers of Song of India, a benefit dinner for the Hutchins Consort, printed an Indian proverb: "They who give have all things. They who withhold have nothing." On a recent Saturday evening in March, some 100 donors came...