She cut her hair, dyed it and disguised herself as a pollster, a health worker and an election official to get their names and addresses. She invented excuses to meet their families, unsuspecting grandmothers and cousins who gave her details, however small. She wrote everything down and stuffed it into her black computer bag, building her investigation and tracking them down, one by one.
That’s from a New York Times story of a Mexican mother who spent years tracking down the ten men who kidnapped and killed her daughter. This story of maternal courage and love in the face of brutal gang violence has captured the imagination of readers across the world.
Tatas go shopping for a Maharajah
The TLDR: Air India—our greatly beloved white elephant—is on sale again. And this time around, it actually has three suitors, including the Tata Group—which is also most likely to win its fair hand. Landing the aviation behemoth may or may not be fortuitous for a company that also owns two other cash-strapped airlines.
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