The State Government of Maharashtra has decided to hand over his body to his relatives, after completion of formalities.
She received training in Indian classical music by Pt. Kumar Gandharva (her husband) and Dr. BR Deodhar.
He represented South Africa for the first time in Kolkata on 10 November 1991 as captain and last time in New Delhi four days later.
She was the first person in India who documented the nation’s first HIV/AIDS case in 1986 and later set up Y R Gaitonde Centre for AIDS Research and Education (YRG CARE)
Hariharan had contributed in various researches including in the design of a new 3-beam interferometer, first practical radial-shear interferometer and double passed Fabry-Perot interferometer.
He was among those who were instrumental in setting up the Movement for Inter-Racial Justice and Equality (MIRJE - Jaffna)
Considered as the People's President, Dr Kalam became the 11th President of the country and occupied the post between 2002 and 2007 during the NDA government headed Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
He was a former IAS officer who served two terms in the Defence Ministry and was also a former Director of the Institute of Defence and Strategic Analysis (IDSA) from 1975 to 1980.
Handique was first elected to Assam Legislative Assembly in 1972, he then became a member of All India Congress Committee in 1973.
It was to Gavai’s credit that the Deekshabhoomi turned into a world class memorial to Ambedkar and his historic conversion to Buddhism.
Moore began drawing cartoons while serving in the US Navy during the Korean War.
Pooley was most famous for his role as villainous scientist Professor Stahlman in Doctor Who show, which he starred in during the 1970s.
Rocco won the Emmy award as Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his role in sitcom The Famous Teddy Z.
Pradeep was a prolific writer who penned more than a dozen fiction books in Urdu and was best known for his 'Afsana Nigari', the fiction writing form in Urdu.
Ghiggia won the goal in a stunning 2-1 victory over Brazil in the final game of the 1950 FIFA World Cup.
Born in 1947, Ramakrishna sang about 5000 songs in a career spanning nearly four decades.
Born as Jose Manuel Figueroa, he was best known for his sentimental love songs such as Secreto de Amor and Tatuajes.
He had composed music for over 1700 films in Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada and worked with three Chief Ministers MG Ramachandran, M Karunanidhi and Jayalalithaa.
He was the secretary and advisor at BSFI for some time and later went on to join the Asian body of the game as Secretary and President.
He was known as an Indo Pak shayar as his poetry is popular in India as well as in Pakistan.
He produced Nashville in the 1970s and other hits including Oh God!, The Karate Kid and the immensely popular caper-comedy series Ocean’s Eleven.
He authored the bestseller and critically acclaimed novel Udas Naslain, it is considered as a masterpiece of Urdu literature.
Douglas was best known for her work in television in late 1940s when she appeared in live dramas.
Born on 14 January 1942, Justice Sabharwal mainly practised in civil and constitutional cases.
Phil Walsh, 55, who turned to coaching after a long playing career, was killed.
A native of Kannur in Kerala, Nambiar was credited with setting up India's first state-run electronics venture Keltron and India's first IT park Technopark.
This Finnish tech pioneer pitched the idea of SMS messaging to two colleagues in a pizzeria while at a telecommunications conference in 1984.
Squire formed Yes band in 1968 with Jon Anderson and their debut single titled Sweetness and first album titled Yes were released in 1968.
He was born as Daniel Patrick Macnee on 6 February 1922 in London and grew up in Lambourn.
He was also an anti-nuclear activist and a founding member of Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace that was set up after the 1998 pokhran nuclear tests.