Malini Basu, Boston 25 News

Malini Basu

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Recent articles by Malini:

Family of Roxbury store clerk shot during a robbery visits their loved one on life support for the first time

The family of the Roxbury store clerk who remains on life support after being shot got to see their loved one for the first time on Tuesday night. → Read More

Local families waiting to hear from loved ones affected by Beirut explosion

A massive explosion rocked Beirut on Tuesday, flattening much of the city’s port, damaging buildings across the capital and sending a giant mushroom cloud into the sky. Local families say they're now worried about friends and family back in Lebanon. → Read More

After a 30-hour journey, family of Roxbury clerk shot during robbery arrives to say final goodbyes

After weeks of trying to see their loved one, the family of a Roxbury clerk who was shot during a robbery spent over 30 hours to get to Boston from Bangladesh. → Read More

Boston convenience store owners are demanding more from law enforcement

Convenience store owners from the Boston area met with the Boston Police Commissioner on Wednesday afternoon looking for answers and ways to keep their stores and employees safe. → Read More

Tanjim Siam’s story catches attention of local politicians as his family in Bangladesh tries to get emergency visas

A 25-year-old store clerk, Tanjim Siam, who was shot in the head last week during a robbery remains on life support. → Read More

Tanjim Siam’s family granted emergency visas, story catches attention of local politicians

A 25-year-old store clerk, Tanjim Siam, who was shot in the head last week during a robbery remains on life support. → Read More

’My whole family depends one me’: Boston store owners say they’re working in fear

A recent streak of violence has left Boston convenience store owners shaken. They say they’re terrified to know the suspect is still at large. → Read More

Roxbury store clerk shot on life support; plea from victim’s mom in Bangladesh

Tanjim Siam, a 25-year-old immigrant student from Bangladesh is on life support, after he was shot execution style on July 14. Siam was working as a store clerk at M & R convenience store on Shawmut Avenue in Roxbury. The gunman told Siam to turn around, and get on his knees during a robbery. “Please make him better,” said Monowara Begum Moni, Siam’s mother. > 25 y/o Bangladeshi student… → Read More

Doctor sees spike in advanced cancers in younger patients who fear seeing doctor during pandemic

A 29-year-old woman from Chelmsford was on vacation with her friends and family when she noticed something off with her body. → Read More

Worcester parents nervous about sending their children back to school as district announces reopening plans

On Monday evening, officials with the City of Worcester and Worcester Public Schools announced their plans to reopen in the fall through an online meeting. Parents, students, and staff members were welcome to listen. → Read More

Once ground zero of the virus, Chelsea slowly returning to normal

Three months ago when Boston 25 was in Chelsea, we saw hundreds and hundreds of people lined up for hours, waiting for food. Fast forward to mid-July, and there are several pop-up pantries across the city. → Read More

All Massachusetts, DCR-run pools are open for the summer, with guidelines in place

Many people living in Brockton didn’t think the pools would reopen, after what we all just went through with the pandemic. Now, all state-run DCR pools are open. → Read More

Mosquito sample from Brighton tests positive for West Nile Virus

The Boston Public Health Commission announced Tuesday that West Nile Virus has been detected in mosquitoes in Boston for the first time this year. → Read More

Authorities seeing increase in number of boats on the Merrimack River, warn boaters to know the law

Police along the Merrimack River are out in full force as more people are taking their vacations on their boats this summer. → Read More

Local college students are nervous that ICE will deport them if on-line classes don’t go to in-person learning

On Monday, ICE officials announced that international students who attend colleges that have turned to online classes maybe deported or they are forced to transfer to another university that offers in-person learning. → Read More

Man stabbed at Mary O’Malley Park in Chelsea, police say

A man in his 30s was stabbed and seriously injured in a Chelsea park late Monday afternoon, the city’s police chief said. → Read More

As Massachusetts reopens, Lynn Police are reminding drivers of the hands-free law

Police in many cities and towns across Massachusetts say that, as the state reopens, along with the holiday weekend, they are seeing more people on the roads. With that, people are distracted and on their phones. → Read More

Groveland man, 65, to be charged after confrontation with 21-year-old woman, police say

A 65-year-old Groveland man will be charged in connection to an incident, in which a woman says he followed her and accosted her for running an errand in his neighborhood. → Read More

Norwood Hospital employees furloughed after Sunday’s massive storm

Norwood Hospital employees have been furloughed after Sunday night’s massive storm. → Read More

Going to UMass Amherst in the fall? There’ll be more remote learning, even if you are back on campus

UMass Amherst Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy is letting students know that going back to school in the fall, won’t be anything like the normal college life. The school released a 20-page college plan for the fall 2020 semester. → Read More