Anuj Bidve Murder

  • UK: Briton pleads guilty of killing Anuj Bidve June 1, 2012

    London: The main accused in the murder of Indian student Anuj Bidve in Salford in Britain on December 26, 2011 pleaded guilty on Friday in a Manchester court. Kiaran Stapleton admitted to shooting 23-year-old Bidve in an unprovoked attack on the Boxing Day. Stapleton, 21, admitted...
  • Bidve murder accused appears in UK court March 20, 2012

    London: A youth, who described himself as "Psycho Stapleton", accused of murdering Indian student Anuj Bidve in December last year appeared in a British court today. Kiaran Stapleton, 20, from Ordsall, Salford, appeared at the plea and case management hearing at Manchester Crown Court via videolink. Twenty three-year-old Bidve, a Lancaster...
  • Pune: Family and friends bid Anuj Bidve goodbye January 7, 2012

    New Delhi: The last rites of murdered student Anuj Bidve were performed in Pune on Saturday evening. Bidve's body was brought back earlier in the day by his parents from the UK. The Bidves had flown to the UK to bring back his body. Twenty three-year-old Bidve was shot...
  • Anuj Bidve's body brought home in Pune January 7, 2012

    Bidve's parents visited the spot where he was shot dead, in Salford, on Friday. His father has appealed for justice. ...
  • Bidve's body brought to Mumbai; last rites today January 7, 2012

    Mumbai: Anuj Bidve's body was brought back on Saturday morning by his parents from the UK. The last rites of the 23-year old will be performed in Pune on Saturday evening. Bidve was shot dead in Salford in Manchester on Boxing Day. Bidve's parents visited the spot where he was shot...
  • Bidve's family to return with his body today January 7, 2012

    New Delhi: The family of Pune's Anuj Bidve, who was killed in Manchester on Boxing Day, is bringing the 23-year old's body home. They are expected to arrive in Mumbai via a British Airways flight on Saturday morning. His last rites will be held on Saturday evening in Pune. Bidve's...
  • Bidve case: UK varsities reassure Indian students January 4, 2012

    London: Universities UK, the representative body of varsities in the UK, on Wednesday sought to reassure Indian and other international students that the country is "safe and tolerant" with low levels of violence and street crime. Expressing sadness at the killing of Indian student Anuj Bidve in Salford on December 26...
  • Family to fly to UK to bring back Anuj Bidve's body January 4, 2012

    Pune: The UK police have handed over Indian student Anuj Bidve's body to the Indian high commission and the Bidve family will fly to London on Wednesday to bring back Anuj's body. Chief Superintendant, Manchester Police Russ Jackson said, "Our role has been to meet the family to explain about the...
  • UK: Manchester Police hands over Bidve's body January 3, 2012

    New Delhi: Slain 23-year old student from Pune, Anuj Bidve's body has been handed over to Indian High Commission in UK on Tuesday. Bidve was killed on December 26 in UK. The report of the second post-mortem has matched with the first post-mortem. Bidve's body will be flown back to India...
  • Anuj Bidve's family to leave for UK on Wednesday January 3, 2012

    The Manchester Police have termed it a hate crime and have charged a 20-year-old Kiaran Stapleton with the murder of Bidve. ...
  • Manchester Police officials meet Bidve family January 3, 2012

    Pune: The Manchester Police have claimed a breakthrough in the murder of 23-year-old student Anuj Bidve with the arrest of one British national. A team of Manchester Police officials on Tuesday met Bidve's family in Pune. They also discussed details of the family's travel to Manchester. The family was briefed...
  • Bidve murder: Hate crimes on the rise? January 3, 2012

    New Delhi: It has been more than a week since Indian student Anuj Bidve was shot dead in the UK. One suspect who claims to be mentally unstable was charged with Bidve's murder, while four others were released on bail. On Monday, hundreds of locals joined Bidve's friend in a candle...