At ‘Call For Media and Government Investigation of Sathya Sai Baba, see the article:

V.P.B. Nair Told BBC Sai Baba Bedroom Killings Were “Coldblooded Murder”

Posted by Barry Pittard on January 6, 2011
“It is of oddest irony that degrees of exposure of these crimes have been effectively left up to two individuals gifted with cussed unstoppableness – the late Basava Premanand in India and Robert Priddy in Norway. It is similarly significant that, so great is the unwillingness of most major Indian media to tackle Sathya Sai Baba and his incredibly wealthy and influential cult, that exposing him has been, with the exception of India Today, Tehelka and (to a small extent) Hindustan Times, left up to the foreign media to do – e.g., BBC, CBC (Canada), DR (Denmark), SBS, ABC (Australia), Times of London, Daily Telegraph, Guardian (UK), (USA), and newspapers in Europe, Canada, Australia, etc.  Again, there is irony in that NRI’s (Non-Resident-Indians) get to see coverage in the foreign media that is tightly suppressed in India!”
“The lengths to which Premanand and Priddy have gone to examine the welter of documentation has required much sacrifice of time and energy. Robert Priddy and I kept in touch with Premanand over the years, allowed us confidential insight into the very real risks to life and limb that Premanand ran.

I may express the wish that, apart from other actions that might be possible, Indian citizens who have access to V.P.B. Nair challenge him with the question: Have you, as you told the BBC that you would do, made efforts to keep your promise to see that there is a proper investigation into the killings at Puttaparthi?”