At almost the same hour the monks of the Abbey of Leicester performed the last rites
of Holy Church for the peace of the soul of Father Claude and consigned his clay to the churchyard.
"And if all who looked upon him were driven mad, who then was there to perform the last rites
or prepare the body of the Jeddak for them?"
Summary: Kishangarh (Rajasthan) [India] Sept 3 (ANI): Last rites
of Army jawan Hemraj Jat who lost his life following unprovoked ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district were performed with full state honour here on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and several top leaders - Rajnath Singh, JP Nadda, Ravi Shankar Prasad and Piyush Goyal among others - attended the late leader's last rites
Her body will be kept at BJP headquarters in Delhi till 3 pm after which it will be taken to Lodhi Crematorium for last rites
His dead body was shifted to District Hospital Ramban for post-mortem and will be later handed over to his family for last rites
While sympathizing with grieved families, Geelani said in his message of condolence that we equally share their grief and sorrow and added that for those, not able to attend the last rites
of their dear ones grief and tragedies are more painful for them, the report said.
Despite restrictions and incessant rains, thousands of mourners including men and women from all parts of the territory have thronged Noorpora, the native area of Zakir Musa, to attend his last rites
The government has also decided to bear all expenses required to perform his last rites
, said Minister Baskota, also the government spokesperson.
Witnesses said that thousands of people assembled at Aamir's home in Arampora today morning to take part in his last rites
. His body was handed over to the family shortly before midnight, yesterday.
A 75-year-old priest has been accused of groping a woman in hospice care while giving her last rites
, which, in Roman Catholicism, are the last prayers given to an individual of the faith shortly before death.
FM Qureshi said that Baidaar Aapa, in her 80s, who lost her son and grandson in the Christchurch mosque attack, had expressed her wish to attend the last rites
of her beloveds in New Zealand.