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india condemns deadly shooting of engineer in kansas as fbi probes 'hate crime'

Kansas: A shooting in a Kansas bar on Wednesday that left one Indian engineer dead and another injured has escalated into an international incident amid fears the attack was motivated by race.Authorities in the United States, including agents from the FBI, are investigating the shooting as a possible hate crime, and India's government expressed shock over the episode in suburban Kansas City.World's heaviest woman begins weight loss Video duration00:58Previous slideNext slideVideo duration03:35President Trump's first monthPresident Trump's first monthKey moments from the first month of the 45th President of the US, Donald J. Trump.World's heaviest woman begins weight loss Video duration00:58Video duration00:58World's heaviest woman begins weight loss World's heaviest woman begins weight los

india condemns deadly shooting of engineer in kansas as fbi probes 'hate crime'

Kansas: A shooting in a Kansas bar on Wednesday that left one Indian engineer dead and another injured has escalated into an international incident amid fears the attack was motivated by race.Authorities in the United States, including agents from the FBI, are investigating the shooting as a possible hate crime, and India's government expressed shock over the episode in suburban Kansas City.Sweden culture warsVideo duration01:12Previous slideNext slideVideo duration03:35President Trump's first monthPresident Trump's first monthKey moments from the first month of the 45th President of the US, Donald J. Trump.Sweden culture warsVideo duration01:12Video duration01:12Sweden culture warsSweden culture warsSweden has suddenly become a proxy battleground in the culture wars. Europe correspondent

kansas shooting: fbi says it is investigating as hate crime

Federal authorities have launched a hate crime probe after a white man allegedly opened fire on two Indian men inside a Kansas bar last week, fatally shooting one of them.The FBI said in a statement Tuesday that it is working with the U.S. Attorney’s Office to investigate the Kansas shooting as a hate crime “based upon the initial investigative activity.”Adam Purinton, 51, is accused of killing Srinivas Kuchibhotla, a 32-year-old engineer from India, and wounding two other men last Wednesday in what witnesses say may have been a racially motivated attack.While Purinton’s motive is under investigation, witnesses said he yelled “get out of my county” at the men before firing multiple rounds at them, according to the Associated Press.Purinton has been charged with murder and attempted murder.

presstv-another indian shot in us in suspected hate crime

Another Indian expatriate has fallen victim to a possible hate crime attack in the US, the third such incident targeting Indians over the past two weeks.The 39-year-old Sikh man was working on his car in his driveway in Kent, State of Washington, on Friday when a masked white man shot him in the arm, while shouting "go back to your own country.”No arrest has been made so far, but authorities are investigating the shooting as a suspected hate crime.This is the third shooting incident targeting Indians over the past two weeks. On Thursday, a 43-year-old Indian-origin businessman was found dead of gunshot wounds near his Lancaster County home in South Carolina.Adam Purinton, 51, accused of killing an Indian software engineer, is shown in closed circuit TV in court from the Johnson County dete

fbi joins kent shooting probe, bera says hate crimes on rise

Indian American Congressman Ami Bera has condemned the shooting of an Indian-origin Sikh man in Kent, saying crime motivated by hate are on the rise even as FBI joined probe into the "potentially hate-motivated crime"."This disturbing crime is an outrage that goes against everything we stand for as a nation of immigrants," Bera said in a statement in which he condemned the shooting of an Indian American Sikh man in Kent, Washington."On the heels of the Kansas shooting, crimes motivated by hate are on the rise," Bera said.Deep Rai(39), a US national of Indian-origin, was shot outside his home on Friday by a partially-masked gunman who shouted "go back to your own country", in a suspected hate crime.The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is investigating this as potentially hate-motivated

us lawmakers say hate crime unacceptable after kansas shooting

US lawmakers publicly denounced the killing of an Indian engineer by an American navy veteran in an apparent hate crime in Kansas City, saying there is no place for these senseless acts of violence in the country. Srinivas Kuchibhotla, a 32-year-old working at GPS-maker Garmin headquarters in Olathe, died of bullet injuries at a hospital after he was shot by the navy veteran yelling "get out of my country" and "terrorist" at a bar on Wednesday night in Kansas City in the state of Missouri.His Indian colleague Alok Madasani was critically injured when the 51-year-old veteran opened fire on them. A third person, an American who tried to intervene, was also injured. "We can't let hatred win," said Indian-American Senator from California Kamala Harris. "Extremely saddened to hear the news out

trump condemns kansas shooting, says us stands united against hate

America stands united in condemning hate and evil in all its forms, US President Donald Trump today said as he broke his silence on the fatal Kansas shooting in which an Indian techie was killed."Recent threats targeting Jewish Community Centers and vandalism of Jewish cemeteries, as well as last week's shooting in Kansas City, remind us that while we may be anation divided on policies, we are a country that stands united in condemning hate and evil in all its forms," Trump said in his address to the joint session of US Congress.By mentioning Kansas, Trump in his maiden address to the US Congress, heeded to the call being made by a host of Indian-American organisations and lawmakers to publicly condemn the fatal Kansas shooting which is being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investiga

absurd to correlate kansas shooting and trump's remarks: wh

The Trump administration has dismissed as "absurd" any correlation between US President Donald Trump's controversial remarks on immigrants and the Kansas shooting incident that resulted in the "tragic" death of an Indian engineer. "Obviously, any loss of life is tragic, but I'm not going to get into, like, to suggest that there's any correlation I think is a bit absurd. So I'm not going to go any further than that," White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, told reporters.Spicer was responding to a question on the shooting incident in Kansas on Wednesday night in which 32-year-old Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla was killed and another Indian man and an American were injured after an American Navy veteran yelling "get out of my country" and "terrorist" opened fire on them at a bar in an

presstv-india wants answers about death of engineer in kansas

Munawar ZamanPress TV, New DelhiIndia has expressed deep shock after one of its nationals was killed in a suspected hate crime attack in the US state of Kansas last week. As Munawar Zaman reports Indians are now worried about the safety of their loved ones in the US. Here’s more.

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white house on us shooting

The White House has said that the early reports coming from Kansas, where an Indian engineer was shot dead and another injured in an apparent hate crime, were "disturbing".The White House also condemned the alleged hate crimes against the Jewish community in the US.White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told reporters at his daily news conference that "early reports coming from Kansas are equally disturbing".Srinivas Kuchibhotla, 32, was killed and Alok Madasani, of the same age, was injured in the shooting by 51-year-old US navy veteran Adam Purinton who screamed racial slurs and told them "get out of my country".A 24-year-old American named Ian Grillot tried to intervene and received injuries in the firing in Austins Bar and Grill in Olathe, Kansas.Spicer, during his briefing, also cond

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President Trump addresses Congress, FBI investigates possible hate crime in Kansas shooting, and more from the United States and around the world.

hillary clinton kansas shooting comments

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is speaking out against an alleged hate crime that took place in Olathe, Kan. last week.Adam Purinton, 51, shouted “get out of my country” at two Indian men in a bar before he opened fire, killing one man and injuring two others. With reports that Purinton’s actions were racially motivated, Clinton is calling on President Donald Trump, who has yet to speak out against the shooting, for change."With threats & hate crimes on rise, we shouldn't have to tell @POTUS to do his part. He must step up & speak out," she tweeted Monday morning.Despite Clinton's message, the shooting has not been ruled a hate crime—though the FBI has joined an investigation to determine whether or not it was. If it is ruled a hate crime, Purinton's actions will jo

sikh shot in us by man yelling 'go back to your own country'

A 39-year-old Sikh man in the US has been shot and wounded outside his home by a partially- masked gunman who shouted "go back to your own country", in a suspected hate crime incident that comes just days after an Indian engineer was killed in Kansas.The Sikh man, identified as US national Deep Rai by Indian officials in New Delhi, was working on his vehicle outside his home in Kent, Washington, on Friday when he was approached by a stranger, who walked up to his driveway.Kent police said an argument broke out between the two men, with Rai saying the suspect made statements to the effect of "go back to your own country". The unidentified man then shot him in the arm.The victim described the shooter as a six-foot-tall white man, wearing a mask covering the lower half of his face. Kent polic

hundreds gather for peace, to celebrate kansas victim's life

Hundreds of people in Kansas City joined a peace march and prayer vigil, celebrating the life of Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla cut short in a senseless triple shooting incident at a pub in an apparent hate crime.Marchers held pictures, banners and shouted, "We want peace"; "We love peace"; "Let us not leave our children"; "Unity is part of community, together we stand, divided we fall".Many of them carried candles and signs reading, "We don't support politics of hate."The march for peace and the prayer meeting was attended by friends of Srinivas. Alok Madasani, another Indian who was wounded in the shooting on Wednesday, was on his crutches.The sisters of the third man, an American identified as Ian Grillot, injured that night when he intervened during the argument with the shooter

wife of indian shot dead by american asks 'do we belong here'

The wife of Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla, who was shot dead in an apparent hate crime by a navy veteran at a bar in Olathe city, has said she had her doubts about staying in the US but was assured by her husband that "good things happen in America".Speaking at a news conference organised by GPS-maker Garmin, where Srinivas worked, Sunayana Dumala said reports of bias in the US make minorities afraid as she wondered whether "do we belong here".She asked what will the US government do to stop hate crimes against minorities. Sunayana said she was concerned about shooting incidents in the US and doubted whether they should stay in the country, but her husband assured her saying "good things happen in America."Consul-General of India in Houston Anupam Ray is monitoring the situation and

wife of srinivas kuchibhotla asks can trump protect us

The grieving wife of the Indian engineer shot dead in an apparent hate crime by a navy veteran in Kansas City has demanded an answer from the US government what it would do to stop hate crimes against the minorities.Sunayana Dumala, wife of 32-year-old Srinivas Kuchibhotla who was killed by Adam Purinton at a city bar on Wednesday night, said reports of bias against minorities in the US make them afraid and wondered whether "do we belong here".At a news conference organised by GPS-maker Garmin, the company where Srinivas worked, Sunayana asked what the US government of Donald Trump would do to stop hate crimes against minorities such as the one happened to her husband.Although she did not mention Trump by name, Sunayana did say, "Not everyone will be harmful to this country." Sunayana was

swaraj hails kansas shooting survivor ian grillot

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has sent a personal message to 24-year-old Ian Grillot, who was injured while trying to intervene during a shooting in which an Indian techie was killed in Kansas, and wished him a speedy recovery.The Indian Consul-General in Houston, Anupam Ray, met Grillot and his family yesterday at the University of Kansas Hospital and handed over the message from Swaraj."India salutes the heroism of Ian Grillot! Best wishes for speedy recovery," Ray wished Grillot on behalf of the minister and the people of India, KSHB-TV reported.Grillot was released from the hospital on Tuesday.Ray also said that Sushma Swaraj has 7.3 million followers, who all conveyed their best wishes."We will stand with you, whatever you need," he said.Responding to this Grillot said, "I l

kansas bar shooting: ian grillot released from hospital

(KANSAS CITY, Kan.) — A Kansas man who survived an apparently racially motivated shooting at a suburban Kansas City restaurant and bar is out of the hospital and has already visited the scene of the attack.Ian Grillot, 24, was released from the hospital Tuesday, The University of Kansas Health System said in a statement Thursday. Grillot was one of three men shot Feb. 22 at Austins Bar & Grill in Olathe, Kansas. One of the men, Srinivas Kuchibhotla, was killed, and his friend, Alok Madasani, was wounded.Both Kuchibhotla and Madasani were natives of India working as engineers for GPS-maker Garmin in Olathe.A bullet hit Grillot in the hand and entered his chest when he tried to stop the suspected gunman, 51-year-old Adam Puriton, of Olathe. Puriton is charged with murder and attempted murder

kansas community tries to heal from shooting; bar to reopen

In the middle of a crowded bar, Adam Purinton yelled at two Indian men to "get out of my country," witnesses said, then opened fire in an attack that killed one of the men and wounded the other, as well as a third man who tried to help.Hours later, the 51-year-old former air traffic controller reportedly told a bartender in another town that he needed a place to hide because he had just killed two Middle Eastern men.In India, the father of one of the wounded men called Wednesday's attack in the Kansas City suburbs a hate crime, but authorities yesterday declined to discuss a motive as they investigated.The shooting swiftly stoked fears about the treatment of immigrants, who feel targeted by President Donald Trump's promises to ban certain travelers, build a wall along the Mexico border and

family of indian engineer killed in us 'hate crime' in shock

A pall of gloom descended on the residence of engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla at Bachupally here today when his parents and family learnt about his death after an American navy veteran yelling "terrorist" and "get out of my country" opened fire on him in the US.Srinivas Kuchibhotla (32), working at GPS-maker Garmin headquarters in Olathe, died of bullet injuries in hospital while his Indian colleague Alok Madasani was critically injured when the 51-year-old shooter, Adam Purinton, started hurling racial slurs following an altercation on Wednesday night in the US.Some cousins of Srinivas, who met and consoled his parents and other family members told reporters that after completing his B Tech from the city, Srinivas left for the US in 2005 for M Tech."Four years back he got married. He was hi

sushma hails heroism of us national grillot

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj hailed the heroism of Ian Grillot and sent a message to the US citizen, who was injured while trying to save two Indian IT professionals in Kansas on February 22.Anupam Ray, Consul General of India in Houston, travelled to Kansas to meet Grillot and his parents at Kansas University hospital. He conveyed to Grillot the message from the External Affairs Minister.Grillot was hit by bullets when he tried to save Srinivas Kuchibhotla and Alok Madasani when they were targeted in an apparent hate crime at a bar in Kansas. Kuchibhotla was killed and Madasani injured.Kuchibhotla and Madasani worked for multinational company Garmin Limited at Olathe in Kansas. They were shot at by a local resident Adam Purinton, who, according to some reports in US media, hurl

kansas governor welcomes 'valuable' indian community

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has welcomed "valuable" Indian community to the state, stressing that "hateful" actions of one man doesn't define them in the aftermath of the killing of an Indian engineer.A delegation of Indian-Americans in Kansas along with the Hindu-American Foundation joined the Indian Consul General in Houston, Anupam Ray, in meeting Brownback and Lt Governor Jeff Colyer."The hateful actions of one man don't define us - KS welcomes & supports Indian community," Brownback said in a tweet shortly after the meeting last Thursday."Unique contributions of the Indian-community make KS a better place. We stand with them in the face of this crime," Colyer said after the meeting.Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla, 32, was killed on February 22 when 51-year-old US Navy veteran A

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