Shankar Dies at Age 92; Judge Revokes Lohan's Probation


Indian sitarist and composer Ravi Shankar died on Tuesday (December 11) in a San Diego hospital. He was 92 years old. The three-time Grammy winner was known for helping to introduce the sitar to the Western World through his collaborations with The Beatles in the late 1960s. Shankar had been in fragile health for the past several years, suffering from upper respiratory and heart issues.