Friday, February 10, 2012

NRI weekly round-up

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Convicted Indian- origin surgeon Jayant Patel's appeal will be heard at an Australian High Court on February 10. Who is he?



Indians held in Brit sham marriage

Unable to identify her "husband-to-be", a sham double wedding collapsed. Read on to know more

The Bhagvad Gita to be back in court?

Russian prosecutors are now planning to move a higher court for appeal. Read more here

NRI buys jet to deliver food

Rob Abdul bought a a fighter jet to deliver his food. Flights of fancy, much?

Lithuanian accused of Birmingham murder commits suicide

A Lithuanian charged with the murders of an Indian-origin man and his British wife at their Birmingham home committed suicide. Read on

Siddarth Chakravarty at the helm

What makes 28-year-old mariner Siddarth Chakravarty any different from others of his ilk? Find out here

Topless girls protest at Indian envoy's home

A popular quartet from Femen protested topless at an Indian envoy's residence.Wonder why?

More charges against Patel

US prosecutors have expanded their insider-trading case against GS' former Indian-American director Rajat Gupta. Know more
Rising NRI deposits add to RBI woes


Indian banks have raised the rates on NRE deposits overnight. Find out why

Being Archie Punjabi

Archie Panjabi, East meets West. Read the interview

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