Indians Killed

  • Indian-American woman murdered in US, ex-husband arrested October 16, 2013

    Washington: A 49-year-old Indian-American women has been murdered in the US and police have arrested her former husband and and his current wife in connection with case. Baldeo Taneja, 62, his wife, Raminder Kaur, 63, were arrested in Nashville in connection with the slaying of Preeta Paul Gabba, who was...
  • Indian woman killed in Thai parasailing accident October 3, 2013

    Bangkok: An Indian tourist celebrating her wedding anniversary was killed in a parasailing accident off Thailand's coast, police said Thursday. Shilpi Agarwal, 36, and her husband had hired a speedboat to parasail Wednesday near Pattaya's beach but it failed to launch, said Col. Suwan Cheawnavinthavat, police commander in the popular seaside...
  • Indian-origin man killed in Kenya attack while saving children: report September 28, 2013

    London: An Indian-origin Briton was among those killed in the terror attack on a mall in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi after he offered himself as a hostage to save a group of children. London-born Mitul Shah, 38, a marketing executive at Bidco Oil, an east African cooking oil company, tried...
  • Indian kills fellow national in Dubai September 26, 2013

    Dubai: An Indian man strangled to death a fellow national and hid the body in a box over an unpaid debt, a Dubai court was told. The accused, identified by his name's initials NS, 28, became angry when his friend Fipeen Kumar sought to repay a debt of 8,500 dirhams (US$2314)...
  • Kenya mall attack: Bangalore man Sudarshan B Nagaraj among those killed September 24, 2013

    Nairobi: One more Indian was killed during the Nairobi mall siege taking the total toll of Indians killed during the hostage crisis to three. The terror siege at the Westgate mall in Kenya's Nairobi continues for the fourth day now. Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin confirmed that Bangalore-resident Sudarshan...
  • Manmohan Singh condemns Nairobi terror attack September 22, 2013

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Sunday condemned the terror attack in Kenya's capital Nairobi and called for a global effort to control violence. In a condolence letter to Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, Manmohan Singh said, "A concerted global effort is required to control such mindless violence." The prime minister directed the...
  • Andhra men killed in Taliban attack were from Nizamabad July 4, 2013

    Hyderabad: A pall of gloom descended on the villages of two men from Andhra Pradesh who were killed in a Taliban suicide attack in Afghanistan on Tuesday. Sandeep Gilaji and Navin Kumar Guridi hailed from Nizamabad district in the backward Telangana region of the state. They were among three Indians killed...
  • Andhra man found dead in US, investigation launched December 31, 2012

    Washington: An Indian man hailing from Andhra Pradesh, who used to run a liquor store in the US, was found dead at the shop under suspicious circumstances following which the police opened a homicide investigation. Venkat Reddy-Goli, 47, was found dead by the police inside the Central Liquors store in Colerain...
  • Nepal: One Indian among 15 killed in road accident July 28, 2012

    Kathmandu: At least 15 people, including an Indian, were killed when an Indian jeep they were travelling in veered off some 100 meters down the road in western Nepal's Palpa district early in Kathmandu. Earlier reports had said that all those killed were Indians. However, the police later confirmed that the...
  • Rome: Hundreds protest for 2 marines held in India May 13, 2012

    Rome: Several hundred demonstrators made their way through the centre of Rome on Saturday in support of two Italian marines being held in a prison in India awaiting trail. The two men, Salvatore Girone and Massilimiano Latorre, are accused of shooting and killing two Indian fishermen they mistook for pirates. They...
  • Fishermen killing: Families' loss irreparable April 24, 2012

    Thiruvananthapuram: The Italian government on Tuesday signed a one crore compensation deal with families of the two fishermen shot dead by Italian marines. The two families have now withdrawn all petitions against the Italian crew. But crucially, the criminal case against the Italian marines filed by the Kerala government is...
  • Italy moves SC, seeks release of two marines April 20, 2012

    New Delhi: The Italian government on Friday approached the Supreme Court seeking the release of its two navy personnel who were arrested by the Kerala police for the killing of two Indian fishermen. Sources said that they have pleaded that the FIR against the marines should quashed. Italy on Friday reportedly...
  • Kerala HC orders release of Italian ship March 30, 2012

    Kochi: The Kerala High Court on Thursday ordered release of Italian ship Enrica Lexie, detained off Kochi port for over a month in connection with the gunning down of two Indian fishermen allegedly by marines aboard the vessel. Allowing the plea of ship owners Dolphin Tankers, Justice P S Gopinathan directed...
  • Fishermen killed: Italian food for marines in jail March 5, 2012

    Kollam: Two Italian marines charged with murder in connection with the killing of two Indian fishermen, were on Monday remanded in judicial custody for 14 days by a court in Kollam and sent to the Central Prison at Thiruvananthapuram. The marines, Latore Massimiliano and Salvatore Girone, were produced before Chief Judicial...
  • Malaysia: 2 Indians dead, 22 hurt in road accident March 5, 2012

    Kuala Lumpur: Two Indians were killed and 22 others injured when a speeding tourist bus carrying them lost control and overturned on a winding mountain road in western Malaysia on Monday. The bus carrying 24 people, including two drivers, lost control, hit the road divider and crashed on the other side...
  • 25 pc of Italian vessel searched: Kerala Police February 25, 2012

    Kochi: The Kerala Police team investigating the shooting of two Indian fishermen by marine guards aboard the Italian vessel Enrica Lexie on Saturday searched 25 per cent of the ship, especially the area where arms were stored, but gave no details of any seizures. Answering a volley of questions from reporters...
  • Ship probe: Italian vessel's inspection begins February 25, 2012

    Kochi: The Kerala Police and an Italian team with two experts began searching the Italian ship Enrica Lexie on Saturday for the weapons allegedly used by the two naval guards in the killing of two Indian fishermen on February 15. The high court earlier ordered the arrest of the vessel...
  • Will India bend to Italian pressure? February 21, 2012

    Italy is pulling out all the stops to rescue its nationals accused of murder of two Indian fishermen. ...
  • Ship probe: Italian guards move HC to quash FIR February 21, 2012

    Kochi: The Italian navy guards of Enrica Lexie on Tuesday moved the Kerala High Court and filed a plea to quash the FIR against the two accused in the fishermen killing case. Sources said that a senior Supreme Court lawyer is likely to represent them. Italian Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi on...
  • Ship probe: Italian guards move HC to quash FIR February 21, 2012

    Kochi: The Italian navy guards of Enrica Lexie on Tuesday moved the Kerala High Court and filed a plea to quash the FIR against the two accused in the fishermen killing case. Sources said that a senior Supreme Court lawyer is likely to represent them. Italian Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi on...
  • Ship probe: Italian guards' arms to be seized February 21, 2012

    Kochi: The Kerala police is likely to take the two Italian naval personnel back to their ship Enrica Lexie to seize the arms that were allegedly used to to fatally shoot two Indian fishermen on February 15. A magistrate sent the two Italian guards to three-day police custody and two weeks...
  • Fishermen killed: Ship to hand over 2 guards February 19, 2012

    Kochi: Italian authorities have agreed to hand over two guards of Enrica Lexie to Kerala Police for questioning after Minister of External Affairs SM Krishna on Saturday talked to his Italian counterpart Giulio Maria Terzi di Sant'Agata regarding the Indian fishermen killing incident. Kochi police commissioner MR Ajith Kumar said the...
  • Crew will face probe for killing fishermen: India February 19, 2012

    Kochi: Minister of External Affairs SM Krishna on Saturday told his Italian counterpart Giulio Maria Terzi di Sant'Agata that Indian law will have to be followed in the fishermen killing incident and the crew of Enrica Lexie will have to face probe. Krishna told the Italian minister that the crew of...
  • Fishermen killed: Italian, Indian officials to talk February 18, 2012

    Kochi: Italian authorities are scheduled to talk to the Indian officials on Saturday night regarding the killing of two Indian fishermen allegedly by the crew members of Italian ship Enrica Lexie. Even two days after the incident took place, no arrests have been made. The Italian ship's crew has refused to...
  • Indians killed: No arrests yet, PM to intervene February 18, 2012

    New Delhi: Over 48 hours since two Indian fishermen were killed allegedly by the crew members of Italian ship Enrica Lexie, no arrests have been made despite orders from the Ministry of Home Affairs. Sources have told CNN-IBN that the Prime Minister will now be consulted as this was a diplomatic...
  • Two Indians killed in Afghanistan terror attack October 11, 2010

    Kabul: Two Indians were killed in a missile attack launched by the Taliban on an Indian NGO's office in Afghanistan's Kunar province, a media report said on Monday. Qari Omar Haqqani, a spokesperson for the Afghan Taliban, told reporters from an undisclosed location that the rebels had attacked the office of...
  • 2 Indians among 11 militants killed in Somalia August 23, 2010

    Mogadishu: Eleven insurgent militiamen were killed by their own bombs when they went off prematurely in Somalia's capital, the government said on Saturday. The mostly foreign militiamen died in two separate incidents, 10 while preparing a car bomb and another as he planted a roadside bomb, the information ministry said. Al-Qaeda-linked al...
  • Two Indians killed in US plane crash July 16, 2010

    Washington: A single-engine plane slammed into a field in Texas, killing two brothers from Bangalore along with their friend. The single-engine plane slammed into a field in Hood County town of Tolar at 9.30 pm on Tuesday night, ending what was to be a fun trip to Stephenville for a barbeque,...
  • Robbers kill Indian store clerk in US July 14, 2010

    Connecticut: A 25-year-old Indian origin man working as a store clerk in the United States was killed during a violent robbery on Tuesday. Arun Kumar, who had been working in a corner convenience store for three years supporting himself and his family back home, had enrolled himself in an online...
  • Indian from AP shot dead in the US February 4, 2009

    Hyderabad: An Indian engineer from Andhra Pradesh was shot dead by unidentified assailants at Atlanta in the US in the eighth case of young students and professionals from the state being killed in the last 15 months. R Sudhir Kumar (31), a native of West Godavari district, was killed at...