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Tearful Farewell to US Car Crash Victim

Published: 23rd April 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd April 2015 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

ONGOLE: Cries of anguish rent the air when mortal remains of Sailendra Harsha, an engineering student who died in a car crash in Beaumont in Texas, reached his home in Ongole on Wednesday.

Every eye shed tears of distress at the loss of the elder son of the family, who was looking for a promising future and every mouth cursed the cruel fate. Harsha was the eldest son of G Vijaya Kumar, assistant engineer with Panchayat Raj department.

The body of Harsha was brought to Shamshabad Airport in Hyderabad around 1:30 from the US via Mumbai and from there it was taken to Ongole by road around 8:30 a.m, after all formalities were completed at the airport. The family was grateful for the cooperation extended by the authorities concerned at the airport in bringing the body back home.

“It was a very sad and distressing moment for all of us. There are no words to express our anguish. He had a promising future and jobs were waiting for him, once he completed his MS in another three months,” said Chandramohan, uncle of the boy.

Mastan’s Body to Arrive Tomorrow

Nellore: The mortal remains of mountaineer Malli Mastan Babu are expected to reach Nellore by Friday evening, a month after his death. The government has officially announced that the body will be brought to Delhi from Argentina at 7.40 am on April 24. It will be brought to Chennai at 3.15 pm by a special flight and  shifted to Nellore by road in the evening.

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