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Britain today promised "full investigation" into the killing of Indian student Anuj Bidve, whose distraught parents viewed his body for the first time at a funeral parlour here, more than a week after the apparent hate crime. Subhash Bidve, father of
UK police is carrying out the second post mortem of Indian student Anuj Bidve, who was shot dead in an unprovoked attack in Salford. The second post mortem will pave the way for his body to be taken back to India. Officers of the Manchester Police ,
Candlelit vigils held in Salford and New Delhi Nick Ravenscroft on the vigil for Anuj Bidve in Salford A candlelit vigil has been held in Salford for Indian student Anuj Bidve who was shot dead in the early hours of Boxing Day. Hundreds of people
Man charged A 20-year-old man has been charged with the murder of the Indian student Anuj Bidve who was shot in the head in Salford on Boxing Day. Kiaran Mark Stapleton, from Ordsall, was charged on Sunday, Greater Manchester Police said.
Greater Manchester Police/PA The investigation into the fatal shooting of an Indian student in the early hours of Boxing Day is moving rapidly, police said, after making four arrests in two days. Anuj Bidve, who was with nine friends, was shot in the
December 28, 2011 Anuj's mother who was inconsolable throughout this correspondent's interaction said: The police should have contacted us directly when they took him to hospital...Almost two days after his son was shot dead in Manchester, Mr.
December 26, 2011 An Indian student from Lancaster University was shot dead by a white gunman near a McDonald's restaurant in Salford, Greater Manchester, early on Monday in what the police described as an unprovoked attack, but they declined to
The Daily Express beat the Daily Mail to the punch this year, but now that Express boss Richard Desmond also owns a TV channel, it's a repeats story with a difference . It doesn't include Channel 5. "Nearly 123 hours of programme repeats will be
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