Ravdeep Kaur, a Patiala gynaecologist convicted of murder who jumped parole and went missing last December, changed her name to Arpita Jain and contacted a friend on Facebook, a move that grounded her, as the police identified her and arrested her this week from the India/Nepal border in Uttarakhand. Ravdeep was arrested and convicted for murder in 2012 after she hired a Sikh priest to kill her paramour, additional district sessions judge and father of 3 daughters, who was stabbed 25 times. She had him killed after he refused to divorce his wife and marry her. Ravdeep was on the run and in hiding after she was let out on parole to attend her father's cremation, and left a suicide note, but police did not believe her story. Officials say Ravdeep was planning to leave India using fake identity and a fake voter ID. She also had facial therapy and dental treatment done in Patiala and Chandigarh to alter her appearance.