Anthropologist, Missing For A Week, Found After Huge Search In Bengaluru
Anthropologist : Her family and companions shared her photographs via web-based networking media, planning to get some hint about her area.
BENGALURU: A 35-year-old anthropologist, Atreyee Majumdar, who had been absent from Bengaluru for about seven days, has been found. Her companions and partners had propelled a huge hunt, composed through web-based social networking and a Google spreadsheet.
Ms Majumdar, a PhD understudy, had been missing since last Wednesday, the day she touched base from Canada and was taken by her folks to their home in Bengaluru. Her folks said she dozed in her room till 9 pm and after that went out with her purse.
The police say she was seen on security film at two inns after that – the Novotel and the Marriot at Bellandur. She deserted her telephone and just took her international ID and satchel with money.
Ms Majumdar learned at the National Law School in Bengaluru and at Yale. She has been in Toronto for her post-doctoral research.
A day prior to her vanishing, she had not reacted to calls from her folks. When she at long last got back a day later, she said she had touched base in New Delhi. She was requested that by her dad travel to Bengaluru.
Her family and companions shared her photographs via web-based networking media, wanting to get some sign about her area. Flyers were circulated and the police looked doctor’s facilities and lodgings.
(This Story Originating From NDTV)