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Amar Singh's mortal remains to reach Delhi from Singapore today

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Amar Singh breathed his last on Saturday in Singapore due to kidney-related ailments.
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News video: Mortal remains of Amar Singh taken to crematorium in Delhi

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The mortal remains of Rajya Sabha MP and former Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh being taken to a crematorium in Delhi. His mortal remains were taken from his Chhatarpur residence to a crematorium on August 03. Amar Singh, 64, passed away at a Singapore hospital on August 01. He was undergoing...

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