America's mass shooting epidemic claims an Indian life as parents weigh alternatives to US

WASHINGTON: In a weekend ritual in tens of thousands of homes across India, parents and family members wait for or initiate calls to their children and siblings in America to catch up on mutual wellbeing. And so it was on Saturday when Aishwarya Thatikonda phoned home from Texas, to talk to her father T Narsi Reddy, a sessions judge in Ranga Reddy District in Telangana.
A few hours later, as news of yet another mass shooting , America’s scourge, flashed across television screens, Reddy called her back, worried that the incident had taken place at an outlet mall […]

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