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Swindon Crown court on Friday.Bains, who has been practising in Royal Wootton Bassett near Swindon, is in custody and awaits sentencing. Bains admitted to 39 charges that included 13 charges of assault by penetration, 13 charges of voyeurism, 11 charges of sexual assault and two charges of sexual activity


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NRI doctor arrested in UK for sexually assaulting patients LONDON: A UK- based Indian doctor, branded as a "sex predator", is all set to face a long prison term for sexually assaulting his female patients and filming the abuse with a hidden camera fitted to his wrist watch. Dr Davinderjit Bains, who hails from Mangalore, admitted to 39 charges at


with a child. The offences were committed against 30 women-aged from 14 to 51- between July 2010 and May 2012. Detectives said Bains covertly filmed the abuse of more than 100 women, using a built-in camera in his wrist watch which he bought from the internet for around £60.


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editor@asiantribune.ca 22 March, 2013


Why Modi disguised as a Sikh during Emergency?


Ahmedabad: Opponents of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi accuse him of running one-way-traffic in the State. Some even call him Hitler of the state. Ironically, the so- called control freak once had played an important role in achieving democratic freedom in the country.


The emergency


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clamped by then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi led to massive violation of democratic rights. All the political


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opponents like George Fernandes, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Lal Krishna Advani were taken in custody by the prime minister. Narendra Modi, then, was an ardent follower of the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) and was actively participating in the movement against the oppression under Jai


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First non-American Bobby Ghosh named editor of Time International


WASHINGTON: Noted journalist Aparisim 'Bobby Bobby Ghosh, an Indian national, has been named the editor of Time International. "Bobby, quite simply, is a magnificent journalist who has done the highest level of work that one can aspire to in our profession," the Time Inc. Editor-in-Chief Martha Nelson and Time Managing Editor Rick


Stengel told staffers in an announcement Friday. Currently Time's Deputy International Editor, Ghosh takes over from Jim Frederick, who is vacating the position "to move on to other challenges," the memo said.


"The breadth of his interests and the depth of his expertise is reflected in a sampling of his recent international covers, from soccer star Leo Messi to


Bollywood icon Aamir Khan to a profile of Egyptian president Mohamad Morsi," it said. The first non- American to be named World Editor in Time's more than 80 year history, Ghosh started his career at the Deccan Chronicle, in Visakhapatnam; then went to work in Business Standard in Kolkata and Busines sWorld in Mumbai and Delhi. His recent India stories for Time have


included profiles of cricket god Sachin Tendulkar, Bollywood star Aamir Khan and world chess champ


Vishy Anand. During his five years as Time Baghdad bureau chief throughout the worst of the Iraq war, Ghosh "wrote two of our most unforgettable cover stories: Life in Hell, and Sunnis vs. Shi'ites," the memo read. "He was not only fearless in his work in Iraq but he was the guardian of all who worked for us in Baghdad." Ghosh joined Time in 1998 after ten years as a journalist in India and two


on the staff of the Far Eastern Economic Review in Hong Kong. He became a senior editor at Time Asia, where he wrote a weekly Time.com column called Subcontinental Drift. Ghosh then moved to London to become a senior editor at Europe and in 2007, he became the first non-American World editor in Time 's history, the memo noted.


Prakash Narayan.Modi's audacious political activism had inspired a man hunt against him, forcing him to wear the disguise of a Sikh to avoid being arrested.He remained so a long time so that he was not arrested like many of the Jan Sangh leaders.


The biggest irony is that his style of rule and firm grip on the government resembles much like Indira Gandhi at the Center.


50% rise in US visas issued to Indian students in 2012


NEW DELHI: Getting an American university degree is back on the popularity charts following a two- year dip. Latest data shows an increase of 50% in visas issued to Indian students since last year. Incidentally, this could finally buck the trend for the last two years. There are about 100,270 students currently studying in the United States.


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