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Indian commits suicide after his girlfriend left him in Kuwait

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An Indian man in Kuwait has committed suicide by jumping from a bridge after his girlfriend broke-up with him and married another person, a media has report said.

The man, in his early 30s, left a suicide note saying "life makes no meaning without you" before jumping to his death from a bridge on Maghreb Motorway.



A team of rescuers went to the scene and discovered he was dead, the Arab Times reported.

The Interior Ministry received a distress call from a motorist saying a person had jumped off the bridge and fallen on his vehicle, the report said.

They went ahead to check CCTV footage at the location and discovered he had committed suicide.

The team also found the suicide note addressed to his lover saying 'life makes no meaning without you", it said.

The remains have been sent to forensic examination and a case has been registered.

The identity of the Indian was not disclosed.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Indian commits suicide after his girlfriend left him in Kuwait

An Indian man in Kuwait has committed suicide by jumping from a bridge after his girlfriend broke-up with him and married another person, a media has report said. The man, in his early 30s, left a suicide note saying "life makes no meaning without you" before jumping to his death from a bridge on Maghreb Motorway. A team of rescuers went to the scene and discovered he was dead, the Arab Times reported. The Interior Ministry received a distress call from a motorist saying a person had jumped off the bridge and fallen on his vehicle, the report said. They went ahead to check CCTV footage at the location and discovered he had committed suicide. The team also found the suicide note addressed to his lover saying 'life makes no meaning without you", it said. The remains have been sent to forensic examination and a case has been registered. The identity of the Indian was not disclosed. An Indian man in Kuwait has committed suicide by jumping from a bridge after his girlfriend broke-up with him and married another person, a media has report said.

The man, in his early 30s, left a suicide note saying "life makes no meaning without you" before jumping to his death from a bridge on Maghreb Motorway.

A team of rescuers went to the scene and discovered he was dead, the Arab Times reported.

The Interior Ministry received a distress call from a motorist saying a person had jumped off the bridge and fallen on his vehicle, the report said.

They went ahead to check CCTV footage at the location and discovered he had committed suicide.

The team also found the suicide note addressed to his lover saying 'life makes no meaning without you", it said.

The remains have been sent to forensic examination and a case has been registered.

The identity of the Indian was not disclosed.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Indian commits suicide after his girlfriend left him in Kuwait

An Indian man in Kuwait has committed suicide by jumping from a bridge after his girlfriend broke-up with him and married another person, a media has report said.

The man, in his early 30s, left a suicide note saying "life makes no meaning without you" before jumping to his death from a bridge on Maghreb Motorway.

A team of rescuers went to the scene and discovered he was dead, the Arab Times reported.

The Interior Ministry received a distress call from a motorist saying a person had jumped off the bridge and fallen on his vehicle, the report said.

They went ahead to check CCTV footage at the location and discovered he had committed suicide.

The team also found the suicide note addressed to his lover saying 'life makes no meaning without you", it said.

The remains have been sent to forensic examination and a case has been registered.

The identity of the Indian was not disclosed.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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