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A provisional trial date has been set for the January 16 2017.

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A pre-trial preparation hearing is scheduled for October 26.Friends said the couple argued a lot and had separated several times.Asian culture is fascinating and lends itself to highly enjoyable dates.He pulled his son from the track, but the boy died in an ambulance on the way to hospital.There was speculation that Mrs Sidhu, a British-born Sikh, was unhappy in her arranged marriage.No matter how, as a family, we tried to help, she could not find comfort in anything or anyone.

"She will be missed dearly and we can only seek solace in knowing that she is at peace with her family.

You and your date can sample the wonderful fragrances and exotic plant life, including a specialist Japanese and bonsai garden.

This courtyard garden, built with the help of the Japanese Garden Society, features funky and authentic Asian plants which can be explored either on foot or viewed from above in the Tropical House. As you step into the Museum of East Asian Art you will be greeted by a gentle wave of fascinating history.

She would regularly return in tears to Southall station before Tuesday's tragedy to think about her dead daughter and grandchildren."She was always there," a family friend said yesterday. "On this occasion, I suppose she felt like she could not take the pain any more. She lived for those kids and her daughter."The friend told London's Evening Standard: "Mrs Sodhi's husband had left when Navjeet was very young so it was just the two of them. All she kept saying was, 'I've got no one now, I'm all alone'.

"We would see her just standing there, staring and crying. She just felt life wasn't worth living without them." A statement from Mrs Sodhi's family, issued by British Transport Police, said: "The shocking death of Satwant's only daughter and grandchildren six months ago left her completely inconsolable.

We must now try to come to terms with our loss and this incomprehensible chain of events." Mrs Sidhu's husband, Manjit, 32, a postal worker, returned to India soon after the death of his wife and children.