Comments:Renowned Indian guru Śrī Satya Sai Baba dies aged 84
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|Distorted fact||1||00:19, 2 May 2011|
|Comments from feedback form - "awesome hair :P"||0||04:00, 28 April 2011|
|Comments from feedback form - "sources when alleging of crime..."||1||13:15, 25 April 2011|
|Correction||1||10:24, 25 April 2011|
You seem to have posted a distorted fact in the line "In 1993, six people "died violently in the spiritual leader's private rooms,". These people were intruders who wanted to attack Sai Baba. In the ensuing scuffle with few inmates of the ashram and the police, there were 3-4 deaths. Picking your line from 'THE GUARDIAN' doesn't make it true.
Please show me the bit where this article states it is true. The quoting was done quite carefuly to avoid judging that..
awesome hair :P
sources when alleging of crimes committed by him is not given..
Why yes, yes they are.
Last edit: 10:23, 25 April 2011
Please correct: Sachin Tendulkar is still playing. He is not an ex-international test cricketer. He is still playing both tests and one-dayers in world cricket.
Correction made, apologies. One of our sources at the time of publishing listed that he was a former international test cricketer, and the information has since been amended by that source also. Sorry :)