Ram Singh


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Ram Singh

(ˈræm ˈsɪŋ)
n
(Biography) 1816–85, Indian leader of a puritanical Sikh sect, the Kukas, who tried to remove the British from India through a policy of noncooperation
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The assembly seats fell vacant after the death of sitting Congress MLAs Mahendra Singh Kalukheda (Mungaoli) and Ram Singh Yadav (Kolaras).
In a similar manner, another convict Ram Singh ( 34) had hanged himself in Jail No.
Indian Embassy first secretary Ram Singh is returning to New Delhi on Saturday along with his wife Rameshwari to join their daughters Pooja and Nidhi.
ISLAMABAD -- Hiroshi Inomata, Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, inaugurated today a girls' school built with a grant of US $ 163,165 that was provided by the Government of Japan to the Ameer Begum Welfare Trust (ABWT), in Village Boongi Ram Singh, District Okara, Punjab.
Another, Ram Singh, committed suicide in his prison cell in March during his trial.
A sixth accused, alleged ringleader Ram Singh, was found hanged in his cell in March.
The main accused in the case, Ram Singh, committed suicide in the Tihar Central Jail in March.
A police officer told the Hindustan Times: "Of all the persons in the bus, two had engaged in the most barbarism - Ram Singh, the main accused, and the juvenile.
Maybe all of them were lulled into a blissful sleep and Ram Singh was coaxed into hanging himself to death by a ghost keen on vendetta
Punjab Police have collected the hair and blood samples of boxer Ram Singh, a sparring partner of Vijender, in the drug haul case.
He said the police had called Vijender's sparring partner Ram Singh to question him about some case.
Police in northwestern Punjab said investigations showed both Vijender, who won a bronze at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and fellow boxer Ram Singh procured the drug from the alleged dealer between December and February.