Subway Shove Victim Identified as Immigrant Businessman

Came from India 20 years ago and recently opened a printing company


The unsuspecting victim shoved to his death beneath an oncoming Queens subway was an Indian immigrant who only recently grabbed his small piece of the American dream.

Sunando Sen, killed in a gruesome Thursday night attack, lived in Queens after coming to New York and co-owned a Manhattan printing business, police sources said Friday.

"He was a a nice and quiet and very good person," said his roommate Ar Suman, 33. "Seven days a week he worked. He wanted to be his own boss."