The Delhi Police have, for now, ruled out the possibility of Sunanda Pushkar, wife of union minister Shashi Tharoor, being “poisoned deliberately” but said they were ascertaining if she was poisoned over a period of time.
The Delhi Police has been instructed by the sub-divisional magistrate probing Pushkar’s death to specifically investigate and establish whether her ‘death due to poisoning’ was ‘deliberate or accidental’.
The three-member AIIMS panel charged with carrying out the autopsy of Sunanda Pushkar, wife of Union minister Shashi Tharoor, submitted its preliminary report to the sub-divisional magistrate on Monday. Sunanda had lupus: leaked medical report
The Tharoor couple have been battling a crisis since Sunanda was identified with systemic lupus erythematosus (a disease in which the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue) more than eight months ago. Wife’s death may hit Tharoor’s poll prospects
Minutes into Friday – some 20 hours before she was found dead in a luxury hotel room in Delhi – Sunanda called Nalini Singh. "It was not a short call. I saw her name on the phone and said, Sunanda, and she broke down," Singh said.
As scores of people gathered at the Lodhi Road crematorium on Saturday evening to bid a final farewell to Sunanda Tharoor, wife of Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, sombreness engulfed the air.
The private hospital in Thiruvananthapuram where Sunanda Pushkar had sought treatment before leaving for Delhi, on Saturday denied reports that she was suffering from a life-threatening disease.
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On Friday, while Kolkata scrambled desperately to catch a last glimpse of Suchitra Sen, the residents of Bhubandanga, Bolpur, quietly mourned the death of their favourite girlnext-door, Rama di.