Canadian Police Reaffirm Ongoing Investigation into 1985 Air India Flight 182 Bombing

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) has reiterated that its investigation into the 1985 bombing of Air India Flight 182 remains active and ongoing, marking the 39th anniversary of the tragedy. The bombing, which killed 329 people, mostly Canadians of Indian descent, is considered the deadliest act of terrorism in Canadian history. The RCMP has pledged to never forget the victims and their families, and will continue to seek justice for this heinous crime.

JD(S) Worker Booked for Allegedly Blackmailing Suraj Revanna, Brother of Accused Sexual Assault Suspect

A Janata Dal (Secular) worker, Chethan KS, and his brother-in-law have been booked for allegedly attempting to extort ₹5 crore from Suraj Revanna, the brother of Prajwal Revanna, who is currently in judicial custody for alleged sexual assault. Chethan allegedly threatened to file a false sexual assault case against Suraj if he did not comply with their demands. This incident comes amidst the ongoing legal proceedings against Prajwal Revanna, who is facing multiple accusations of sexual abuse.

Hinduja Family Convicted for Exploiting Servants at Geneva Villa

Four members of the Hinduja family, including Prakash and Kamal Hinduja, were found guilty of exploiting underpaid servants at their luxury villa in Geneva, Switzerland. The family, known for their vast business empire, was convicted of illegally underpaying staff, preventing them from leaving the villa, and forcing them to work long hours. The court sentenced the Hindujas to prison terms, while their business manager received a suspended sentence. The family has appealed the verdict.

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