P Rajagopal, the owner of the Saravana Bhavan chain of restaurants has died a week after he surrendered at the Madras High Court to start a life term for the 2001 kidnapping and murder of an employee.

P Rajagopal had been admitted to a private hospital after his surrender.New Delhi: P Rajagopal, the owner of the Saravana Bhavan chain of restaurants, has died in hospital a week after he surrendered to serve a life sentence for the 2001 kidnapping and murder of an employee. On July 10, 72-year-old Rajagopal had arrived in an […]

Andrew Dixon used either an iron bar or dumbbell in the attack on his wife.

Andrew Dixon used either an iron bar or dumbbell in the attack on his wife (Picture: A woman is still in hospital eight months after her husband attacked her because he thought she was nagging him about taking his medication. Aimee Dixon, 38, now struggles to eat and drink without help after Andrew Dixon, 35, […]

India Business News: Air India San Francisco-Delhi service AI 184 was winging its way to Delhi when the pilots of this flight — one of the longest nonstops globally — got

NEW DELHI: Air India San Francisco-Delhi service AI 184 was winging its way to Delhi when the pilots of this flight one of the longest nonstops globally got a surprise message on Tuesday morning: Pakistan airspace open for overflying. AI, which has been losing crores daily due to the airspace closure since February 27 and […]

Ocasio-Cortez dubs remarks on congresswomen a ‘distraction’ from needed policy debate

Republicans began to break ranks with Donald Trump over attacks by the president on “radical left congresswomen”, after he called on the US lawmakers to “go back” from where “they came”. Rather than apologise for the weekend remarks, which appeared to target four outspoken Democratic women of diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds, Mr Trump doubled […]

Parents are spending almost €1,400 getting their child ready for secondary school and almost €950 to send them to primary school, according to a survey from the Irish League of Credit Unions.

Parents are spending almost €1,400 getting their child ready for secondary school and almost €950 to send them to primary school, according to a survey from the Irish League of Credit Unions. The survey found that three-quarters of parents find the scale of back-to-school costs a financial burden, with a third going into debt over […]