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Modi condoles veteran journalist's death

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Prime Minister Modi on Friday condoled the death of veteran journalist Dileep Padgaonkar and described him as a "leading public thinker".

"Dileep Padgaonkar was a leading public thinker whose contribution to journalism will always be remembered. Pained by his demise. Rest in peace," the Prime Minister said in a statement here.

Padgaonkar, veteran journalist, well known author and former editor of The Times of India, died at a private hospital in Pune in Maharashtra on Friday morning, officials said.

He was 72. He was admitted to the Ruby Hospital on November 18 following a heart attack.

--IANS

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday condoled the death of veteran journalist Dileep Padgaonkar and described him as a "leading public thinker".

Prime Minister Modi on Friday condoled the death of veteran journalist Dileep Padgaonkar and described him as a "leading public thinker".

"Dileep Padgaonkar was a leading public thinker whose contribution to journalism will always be remembered. Pained by his demise. Rest in peace," the Prime Minister said in a statement here.

Padgaonkar, veteran journalist, well known author and former editor of The Times of India, died at a private hospital in Pune in Maharashtra on Friday morning, officials said.

He was 72. He was admitted to the Ruby Hospital on November 18 following a heart attack.

--IANS

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Modi condoles veteran journalist's death

Prime Minister Modi on Friday condoled the death of veteran journalist Dileep Padgaonkar and described him as a "leading public thinker".

"Dileep Padgaonkar was a leading public thinker whose contribution to journalism will always be remembered. Pained by his demise. Rest in peace," the Prime Minister said in a statement here.

Padgaonkar, veteran journalist, well known author and former editor of The Times of India, died at a private hospital in Pune in Maharashtra on Friday morning, officials said.

He was 72. He was admitted to the Ruby Hospital on November 18 following a heart attack.

--IANS

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(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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