London/New Delhi: Maqbool Fida Husain, who was hailed as the Picasso of India but was forced to live in self-imposed exile from his homeland due to death threats from Hindu radicals, died in London Thursday.
He was 95.
Husain was ailing from age-related problems for some time and breathed his last at the Royal Brompton Hospital, London where he was admitted
after suffering a heart attack, family sources in New Delhi said. His family members were... »