Radio tags removed, no thanks to Indian govt


By Uma Sudhir

Radio tags of two Indian Tri-Valley students were removed just prior to the arrival of the Indian Foreign Minister in the US. The families of these students claim it had nothing to do with any diplomatic pressure put by the Indian government on the US. They say this happened only because they appointed an attorney and appealed.

 

http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/news/tri-valley-radio-tags-removed-no-thanks-to-indian-govt/190695

(video of the story)

 

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About t s sudhir & uma sudhir

Uma Sudhir and T S Sudhir are senior journalists, based in Hyderabad. Both work for NDTV. Uma is a Tamilian, who was educated in
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One Response to Radio tags removed, no thanks to Indian govt

  1. gjnanaswarup says:

    America allows immigrants only if the country can maintain them. China does not maintain even Chinese who cross the legal limit of numbers. .India allows people to feed on government and people . Honest and hard working Indians are saying to Indian government ” no thanks ” because they get almost nothing from the government .

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