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Krittika Biswas: She has sued New York City's government for $1. 5 million. Eighteen-year-old Biswas was wrongfully arrested in her school, Queens' John Browne High School, for sending obscene emails to a teacher. Later, the real culprits came to light. On February 8, she was handcuffed and paraded out of the school. At the police station she was not allowed to call her father till very late, and threatened to be put behind bars with prostitutes and HIV patients if she refused to confess to having sent the objectionable email.

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May 28, 2011


Krittika Biswas: She has sued New York City's government for $1. 5 million. Eighteen-year-old Biswas was wrongfully arrested in her school, Queens' John Browne High School, for sending obscene emails to a teacher. Later, the real culprits came to light. On February 8, she was handcuffed and paraded out of the school. At the police station she was not allowed to call her father till very late, and threatened to be put behind bars with prostitutes and HIV patients if she refused to confess to having sent the objectionable email.

Prudhvitej Immadi: He's the latest king of geeks - the topper of this year's IIT-JEE. Immadi hails from Vijaywada in Andhra Pradesh and has been an A-grader through most of his school years. Like most toppers, he says that he didn't toil away countless nights to achieve his goal. On the contrary, he enjoyed preparing for IIT-JEE, one of the toughest competitive examinations in India. Perhaps, that's the secret to his success.

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May 28, 2011


Prudhvitej Immadi: He's the latest king of geeks - the topper of this year's IIT-JEE. Immadi hails from Vijaywada in Andhra Pradesh and has been an A-grader through most of his school years. Like most toppers, he says that he didn't toil away countless nights to achieve his goal. On the contrary, he enjoyed preparing for IIT-JEE, one of the toughest competitive examinations in India. Perhaps, that's the secret to his success.

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