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India

Annie Banerji

01 Sep 2013

Indian teen sentenced to three years in Delhi gang rape case

NEW DELHI An Indian teenager was sentenced to three years in juvenile detention on Saturday for the December gang rape of a trainee physiotherapist, the first verdict in a case that sparked debate over whether India is too soft on young offenders. | Video

01 Sep 2013

Indian teen sentenced to three years in Delhi gang rape case

NEW DELHI An Indian teenager was sentenced to three years in juvenile detention on Saturday for the December gang rape of a trainee physiotherapist, the first verdict in a case that sparked debate over whether India is too soft on young offenders. | Video

31 Aug 2013

Teen sentenced to three years in Delhi gang rape case

NEW DELHI A teenager was sentenced to three years in juvenile detention on Saturday for the December gang rape of a trainee physiotherapist, the first verdict in a case that sparked debate over whether India is too soft on young offenders.

31 Aug 2013

- Indian teen sentenced to three years in Delhi gang rape case

NEW DELHI, Aug 31 An Indian teenager was sentenced to three years in juvenile detention on Saturday for the December gang rape of a trainee physiotherapist, the first verdict in a case that sparked debate over whether India is too soft on young offenders.

21 Jul 2013

Poor quality and bad management: India ignored warnings in free meal program

GANDAMAN, India/NEW DELHI The village school in India where 23 children died by poisoning last week had been providing lunch under a government-sponsored scheme without checks or monitoring by local officials to see if the food was stored carefully or cooked properly.

21 Jul 2013

Poor quality and bad management: India ignored warnings in free meal programme

GANDAMAN/NEW DELHI The village school in Bihar where 23 children died by poisoning last week had been providing lunch under the government-sponsored Mid-Day Meal Scheme without checks or monitoring by local officials to see if the food was stored carefully or cooked properly.

21 Jul 2013

Poor quality and bad management: India ignored warnings in free meal programme

GANDAMAN, India/NEW DELHI The village school in India where 23 children died by poisoning last week had been providing lunch under a government-sponsored scheme without checks or monitoring by local officials to see if the food was stored carefully or cooked properly.

21 Jul 2013

Poor quality and bad management: India ignored warnings in free meal programme

GANDAMAN, India/NEW DELHI, July 21 The village school in India where 23 children died by poisoning last week had been providing lunch under a government-sponsored scheme without checks or monitoring by local officials to see if the food was stored carefully or cooked properly.

20 Jul 2013

Police focus on cooking oil container in Bihar mass poisoning case

GANDAMAN/NEW DELHI Police suspect that India's worst outbreak of mass food poisoning in years was caused by cooking oil that had been kept in a container previously used to store pesticide, the magistrate overseeing the investigation said on Friday.

19 Jul 2013

Police focus on cooking oil container in Indian mass poisoning case

GANDAMAN/NEW DELHI Indian police suspect that India's worst outbreak of mass food poisoning in years was caused by cooking oil that had been kept in a container previously used to store pesticide, the magistrate overseeing the investigation said on Friday.

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