Obituaries Related to "Singh" from New York Times Archive
Mr. Rajput, who got his start on television in 2008, was “blessed with wonderful screen presence,” one critic said. The police called his death a suicide.
Mr. Singh, a diplomat, journalist and a chronicler of the bloody sectarian strife in India, was also known for his wit and bawdy stories.
Reactions in India to Mr. Singh’s death in Lahore on Thursday.
Mr. Singh’s fame in the ring won him movie roles that made him India’s first action hero and, later, a member of Parliament.
Mr. Singh was a popular singer in South Asia who helped revive and popularize ghazals, a form of Persian poetry set to music expressing the writer’s feelings.
Mr. Rathore was a ranger, warden and field director at one of India’s best-known tiger preserves.
Mr. Singh was a former prime minister of India who was considered the father of coalition politics there and who stirred controversy by championing the rights of the country’s poorest citizens.
NEW DELHI — Former Prime Minister V.P. Singh, remembered for his controversial policy of reserving a larger share of jobs for India's disadvantaged castes, has died after a long battle with cancer.
NEW DELHI — Former Prime Minister V.P. Singh of India, remembered for his policy of reserving a larger share of jobs for the country's disadvantaged castes, died Thursday after a long battle with cancer.
Mr. Chauhan began a campaign to create an independent state of Sikhs and was charged with sedition and other crimes in connection with his activities.
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