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Nearly a month after Lalit Sheth of Raj Tours committed suicide by jumping off the Bandra-Worli Sea Link on August 1, the travel business that he left behind is sinking. All the telephone lines have been disconnected, all new bookings have been
Dispute over rent didnt trigger Sheths suicide, claims landlord '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' Vinod Bhagat, the owner of the office space rented to Raj Travels, has agreed to extend some relief to the family of the companys
The suicide by Lalit Sheth, founder of Shree Raj Tours and Travels on August 1 took a mysterious turn on Friday with his family members dismissing reports that indebtedness drove him to end his life. Family members told the police they were not aware
The police later found a suicide note from the rear seat of his car which said: I could not fulfil the commitment towards my family...Deputy commissioner of police (zone V) Dhananjay Kulkarni said the incident took place at 12.30pm when Sheth, a
A close friend of Sheth, who operated in the same industry, told Newsline that debt could be a reason for the unfortunate action...It had reached a stage where people had stopped giving him loan, said the source who did not wish to be identified.
India's leading leisure travel service provider Raj Travels' owner Lalit Sheth on Wednesday allegedly committed suicide by jumping off the Bandra-Worli Sea Link bridge in central Mumbai at 1pm, police said. "Sheth, 56, who owns Raj Travels, jumped