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the father of white revolution Dr Verghese Kurien dies at 90

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Father-of-white-revolution-Dr-V...

[ contrary to what’s going around in news circles in the light of dr kurien’s death … the article in the pic will dispel any rumours about whose ‘baby’ the Amul girl is ]

To All UK based St Stalislites

I would like to get in touch with all uk based St Stanislites to get together somewhere, say in London. I left the school in June 1958 after the 6th class to emigrate to UK with my family when I was 13 yrs oid

<<My e-mail address is aggynet@gmail.com>>

Regards

Devendra (Duboo) Agrawal

To All UK based St Stalislites

I would like to get in touch with all uk based St Stanislites to get together somewhere, say in London. I left the school in June 1958 after the 6th class to emigrate to UK with my family when I was 13 yrs oid

<<My e-mail address is aggynet@gmail.com>>

Regards

Devendra (Duboo) Agrawal

Yeshwant Ohal Rest in Peace

Just heard that Yeshwant Ohal who was  staff at St. Stanislaus in in the 70's to 90's passed away earlier today. Yeshwant was ailing for some time having suffered a paralytic stroke. Rest in Peace Yeshwant.

Doordarshan profile on Ferdinand Rodricks on TV Feb, 23rd, 2012

Doordarshan has done a profile on Ferdinand Rodricks who was commended for his work with the disabled at BondOfBoys2012 which will be on TV on DD Sahayadhri on the 23rd Feb at 08.00am and also at 09.00pm. Do view if you get a chance and tell other Stanislites to watch. 

Arun Ferreira released from jail

http://arunferreira.wordpress.com/2012/01/04/arun-ferreira-released-from-jail/

The district and sessions court of Gadchiroli on Wednesday granted bail to Mumbai-based alleged Maoist Arun Thomas Ferreira (40) who was arrested by the anti-naxalite squad in connection with a police-naxalite encounter in the district.

Farreira, who was arrested along with senior naxalite leader Arun Satya Reddy alias Murali in Nagpur in 2007, was acquitted of 11 different cases, including a case of unlawful activities by the sessions court in Nagpur. However, whenever he was acquitted of one charge and was ordered release, the state police re-arrested him on fresh set of charges.

He was booked by the Gadchiroli police last year after he was acquitted by the local court in another charge. It was alleged that Ferreira was involved in a police-naxalite encounter near Jafargarh under Korchi tahsil in Gadchiroli district in April, 2007.

Jagdish Meshram, the counselor of Ferreira informed that the principal district and session judge, SS Ahmed granted him a bail on condition that he should report to the nearest police station at Bandra in Mumbai once in a month and a personal bond of Rs 50,000.

It was an emotional moment for Ferreira and his relatives at the central jail here on Wednesday afternoon after his release. A group of lawyers, his parents and well-wishers received and he immediately proceeded for Mumbai.

Fed up with the alleged bias of the state police and jail authorities for re-arresting him on one case after being acquitted in another, Ferreira filed a petition before the Nagpur bench of Bombay high court on Tuesday against the state authorities and slapped a compensation of Rs 25 lakh.

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