Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Shri Manish Tewari has condoled the untimely death of renowned Bengali film director, Rituparno Ghosh.
Former deputy director general of Doordarshan and a veteran in educational television Jai Chandiram died on 11 May 2013 morning at the age of 75.
Former chief justice of India Jagdish Sharan Verma, who headed the government-appointed committee to frame a tough law to tackle crime against women in the wake of the December Delhi gang-rape incident, died on 22 April 2013. He was 80.
Former Prime Minister Inder Kumar Gujral, whose 11-month term as the head of a coalition government in 1997-98 marked a new phase in the country’s foreign policy, promoting friendly relations with neighbours, including Pakistan, passed away on 30 Nov 12 at the age of 92.
Bollywood movie mogul Yash Chopra, whose classic love tales made him the Indian film industry's "King of Romance," has died after contracting dengue fever on 21 October 2012. He was 80. Chopra's earliest major hits included the 1975 action film "Deewar" ("Wall") and the romance "Kabhi Kabhie — Love is Life" in 1976.
G. Kasturi, former Editor of The Hindu, passed after a heart failure at his home. He was known for presiding over the rapid expansion of and innovative modernisation of The Hindu.
Former US astronaut, Neil Armstrong, the first man to set foot on the moon, has died on 25 August 2012 at the age of 82.
Bollywood's first superstar Rajesh Khanna breathed his last on July 18 at his residence in Mumbai. He was 69 and is survived by his estranged wife Dimple Kapadia and two daughters Twinkle and Rinke. Film actor Akshay Kumar was his son-in-law. His last rites will be performed on 19th July.
Legendary wrestler and actor Dara Singh passed away at his Mumbai home on 12th July 2012. He was 83. Dara Singh, who was admitted to Kokilaben Hospital after a cardiac arrest, was taken back to his home on 11th July night after his condition failed to improve despite continuous medical effort.
Yesteryear actress Achala Sachdev, who featured in the popular song Ae Meri Zohra Jabeen from the film Waqt, has died following a prolonged illness. She was 88. For the last seven months, the actress was bed-ridden at the Poona Hospital and Research Centre (PHRC), Pune. "She passed away due to respiratory failure at 5.30pm on 29th April 2012. She was bed-ridden for about six months after she suffered a cerebrovascular (brain attack)," said Sachdev's physician Vinod Shah, who tended to her for more than seven months.
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