Indian-origin woman helps British man discover marriage ceremony ring


London: An 11-year-old Indian-origin girl, Priya Sahu, has made one Matt Eastley happy after she found his lost wedding ring on a UK beach and then tracked him down with the help of her mother to hand it back to him. Eastley said he had been splashing about in the sea before he realised the ring had slipped off his finger. “We thought someone must be devastated. Priya said it would be magical if we could actually find this person,” said Aswita, Priya’s mother. PTI

Pak court stays release of Daniel Pearl murder accused

Islamabad: Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Monday barred the Sindh government from releasing British-born al-Qaeda leader Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh and his three aides – the main accused in the abduction and murder of US journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002. In April, a two-judge Sindh High Court bench commuted the death sentence of 46-year-old Sheikh, who was convicted in the abduction and murder of Pearl in 2002, to seven years. PTI



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