24 Apr '11, 5am

Indian spiritual leader Sai Baba has died from cardio-respiratory failure: TV news reports

Indian spiritual leader Sai Baba has died from cardio-respiratory failure: TV news reports

Indian spiritual leader Sai Baba (above, centre) has died due to cardio-respiratory failure, TV news reports said. -- PHOTO: AFP PUTTAPARTHI (India) - INDIAN spiritual leader Sai Baba, one of the country's most famous gurus, died in hospital on Sunday morning, television channels reported. He passed away at the age of 85 due to cardio-respiratory failure, the NDTV news channel quoted doctors as saying, after he had been in critical condition for more than three weeks. -- AFP

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