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Top 3 Hindi News Today – Milkha Singh died due to Covid, Baba Ka Dhaba owner attempts suicide

Top 3 Hindi News Today - Milkha Singh died due to Covid, Baba Ka Dhaba owner attempts suicide

Top 3 Hindi News Today – Milkha Singh died due to Covid, Baba Ka Dhaba owner attempts suicide

Milkha Singh, “The Flying Sikh”, Dies At 91 Due To Post-Covid Complications

Legendary Indian sprinter Milkha Singh died on Friday due to post-Covid complications. He was being treated at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research. He had tested covid positive on May 19 and was in home isolation at his Chandigarh home. However, on May 24, he was admitted to the ICU of Mohali’s Fortis hospital due to “Covid pneumonia”. He was then moved to PGIMER in Chandigarh on June 3.
His wife Nirmal also died due to post-Covid, five days before the legendary Milka Singh.

Top 3 Hindi News Today – Milkha Singh died due to Covid, Baba Ka Dhaba owner attempts suicide

Baba ka Dhaba owner addmitted to hospital following to suicide bid

Owner of Baba Ka Dhaba has being admitted to a hospital after attempting suicide surfaced. Kanta Prasad on Thursday attempted suicide and is currently on ventilator support at the Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi.

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Baba Ramdev’s company Ruchi Soya has a loan of 3375 crores, Balakrishna and Baba’s brother have given personal guarantee

According to a report, Acharya Balkrishna and Baba Ramdev’s brother had given a personal guarantee to the bank against a loan of Rs 3375 crore, when Ruchi Soya was acquired. In such a situation, if the company does not pay the debt, then action will be taken against the promoters under the insolvency process. Loan was taken from banks when Ruchi Soya was acquired by Patanjali.

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Written by Raksha Giri

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Food crisis in North Korea: Coffee retails over Rs 7,000, Bananas for Rs 3,300 per kg

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