SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) – Indian-Irish medical student Grace O’Malley Kumar, who played hockey for England’s U-16 and U-18 squads, was named as one of the victims in the Nottingham stabbings. The 19-year-old was fatally stabbed alongside her friend Barnaby Webber. Another man was also killed, and one remains critically injured. The suspect, a 31-year-old migrant, was arrested on suspicion of murder. Grace’s family requested privacy while mourning her loss. The University of Nottingham praised her academic achievements and hockey skills, and England Hockey expressed deep sadness.

India threatened to shut down Twitter if it didn’t restrict accounts critical of farmer protests, according to co-founder Jack Dorsey in a recent interview. The Indian government called it a “lie” and denied raiding Twitter staff. Dorsey provided no evidence, and Twitter, which is now owned by Elon Musk, didn’t comment. The Indian minister accused Dorsey’s team of violating Indian law and said Twitter has complied since June 2022. Modi’s government has been critical of tech giants’ handling of content. The remarks sparked attention, with some accusing the government of silencing farmer voices.

Fourteen-year-old Bangladeshi American Kairan Quazi graduated from Santa Clara University and starts working next week as a software engineer at SpaceX’s Starlink division. He shared his excitement on social media, praising SpaceX for recognizing his abilities regardless of his age. When he was 9, Kairan enrolled in community college, and at 14, he is Santa Clara’s youngest graduate ever with degrees in computer science and engineering.

Ravi Kapur contributed to this report.