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Manji in Japan

Osaka, Nov. 3 (PTI): Manji Yamada, a Japanese baby born to an Indian surrogate mother in Gujarat, has reached Osaka.

The three-month-old girl, caught in a legal wrangle since her birth in July, flew to Osaka from India yesterday after the Japan government granted her a one-year visa. She was accompanied by her grandmother Emkio Yamada.

Delhi couple

New Delhi (PTI): Four robbers stabbed an 80-year-old man to death and critically injured his wife at their home on Monday. M.M. Gulati, a retired railway officer, and wife Indraprabha, 75, were stabbed when they tried to resist the robbers who fled with Rs 17,000.

Malay Indians

Kuala Lumpur (PTI): The Malaysian government has said the plight of the minority ethnic Indians was being looked into by a cabinet committee to ensure the community’s participation in the national economy. Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak said Tamil schools would be progressively nationalised and micro-credit facilities extended to small businesses.

Drug arrests

Jammu (PTI): Police arrested three persons, including a special police officer, and seized 4kg of heroin, worth Rs 20 crore, in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday. A case has been registered against the three.

German rape

Panaji (PTI): Goa police on Monday launched a hunt for state education minister Antanasio Monserratte’s son Rohit, wanted for the alleged rape of a German teenager. The police had gone to his home but he wasn’t there. “I told the police I will soon hand him over to them,” Monserratte said.

Flight snag

Nagpur (PTI): A Raipur-Mumbai Kingfisher flight made an emergency landing on Monday following a technical snag. All the 158 passengers and six crew members are safe.


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