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  • Fugitive ex-priest in child sex case to remain free

    Fugitive ex-priest in child sex case to remain free
    Cook County prosecutors say they are ending their decade-long effort to extradite a Roman Catholic priest who fled to India shortly before he was charged with 20 counts of criminal sexual assault and abuse of a 16-year-old Chicago girl.
  • Dozens burned to death in India luxury-bus fire

    Dozens burned to death in India luxury-bus fire
    NEW DELHI — At least 44 people were burned to death early Wednesday when the luxury bus they were traveling on lost control and ignited in southeastern Andhra Pradesh state, underscoring the dangerous state of Indian roads. Five passengers out...

    Ex-priest on the run

    Ex-priest on the run
    Accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl, the Rev. Sleeva Raju Policetti fled nearly a decade ago to his native India, where the Roman Catholic archbishop of Hyderabad soon issued an order barring him from ministry. In 2008, after a canonical...

    Abuse shatters family

    Aruna Vallabhaneni was nervously pacing the waiting room of a Chicago immigration court when she noticed him--a little brown cherub in a gray jogging suit. Her face lit up. "Can I borrow your son?" Aruna asked the boy's mother. "I just need something...

    After years, woman gets political asylum after citing domestic violence

    After years, woman gets political asylum after citing domestic violence
    For 15 years, Aruna Vallabhaneni lived under the threat that she may be forced to return home to an abusive marriage. Vallabhaneni, 48, came to Chicago in March 1997 from her native Hyderabad, India, to escape her spouse, Koteswara Rao, who she said...