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Boston Police are seeking any leads on missing Brown graduate Ram Jayakumar

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Police are searching for 26-year-old Ram Jayakumar, who has been missing since Friday.

BOSTON (Diya TV) — Police are looking for a missing 26-year-old Massachusetts man who was last seen on Friday.

Ram Jayakumar, a graduate of Brown University, was last seen departing from his Lexington, Mass. home around 7:15 p.m. Friday, telling his parents that he would return home within an hour. He never returned home.

Jayakumar has black hair and is about 5’6 and 120 pounds. He wears glasses and had a blue backpack when he left. His car was found Saturday morning parked on Bay State Road near Silber Way in Boston.

According to witnesseses Jayakumar was seen parking the car at the Vedanta Society on Deerfield Street in Boston on Friday.

HBO actress Poorna Jaganathan is Jaya Kumar’s cousin and she resides in Los Angeles. She posted a picture of Jayakumar on her Facebook profile and wrote:

Dear friends: need your help urgently. Please share this in your communities, especially tag those in the BOSTON area.
My cousin, Ram Jayakumar, has been missing since Friday night. He last parked his car at the Vedanta Society on Deerfield street in Boston and has not been seen since then. He’s 26 years old, about 5’6″ and weighs 120 pounds. Please be on the look out and let the Lexington police know if you have any leads:
781-862-1212.
Thank you so much.

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Indian Amb. Sandhu greets USIBC in Washington

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WASHINGTON (Diya TV)  — New Indian ambassador to the United States Taranjit Singh Sandhu held court with business leaders involved with the U.S.-India Business Council and gave a preview of what to expect when President Trump meets with Prime Minister Modi later this month in India.

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Accused Mumbai terror ‘mastermind’ gets 5 year sentence

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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (Diya TV)  — A Pakistani court sentenced the founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba, one of the regions most notorious militant groups, Hafiz Saeed, to five and a half years’ prison in a case related to terrorism financing.

Saeed also stands accused of being the mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai attacks that killed more than 160 people, a charge he denies. 

Saeed faces six additional anti-terrorism charges. 

His conviction comes days before Pakistan faces a possible blacklisting by the International Community for harboring terrorism and criminal financing that could isolate Pakistan’s economy from the international banking system.

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Ravi Kapur contributed to this report.

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Sri Srinivasan becomes Chief Judge of D.C. Circuit Court

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WASHINGTON (Diya TV)  — Judge Sri Srinivasan is now the Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, which is regarded as the second most powerful court in America outside of the Supreme Court. He replaces Merrick Garland, who at 65 years old by rule, can no longer hold that position. The 52 year old Srinivasan becomes the first Asian American ever to serve as chief judge for a circuit court in the United States.

Manga Anantatmula (“Aa-nanta-moola”) announced she is running for Congress as a Republican, vying for the 11th Congressional District in Virginia, a seat that’s long been a Democratic stronghold. Anantatmula (“Aa-nanta-moola”) is a federal government defense contractor, who is known for battling discrimination of Indian Americans by Ivy League schools, claiming 25% more Indian American students were admitted in 2019 as a result of her efforts.

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Ravi Kapur contributed to this report.

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