Religion’s Deepak Sarma weighs in on implications of Indian murder case

A year later, murder case resonates in India A year after the murder of a 61-year-old Indian woman and her infant granddaughter, the case’s implications are being felt in India as well as the United States. Deepak Sarma, professor of religious studies, suggests that this event, among others, has worked to dispel the perception of Indian immigrants as a “model minority.”