November 26, 2022

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Veteran journalist Vinod Dua dies at 67

Veteran journalist Vinod Dua, who was admitted to Apollo Hospital’s intense care device, has died, his daughter and actor-comedian Mallika Dua stated on Saturday. He was 67.

The last rites of the effectively-known journalist, who was hospitalised with Covid earlier this calendar year and dropped his spouse, radiologist Padmavati ‘Chinna’ Dua, to the virus in June, will be done at the Lodhi crematorium listed here on Sunday, she stated.

“Our irreverent, fearless and incredible father, Vinod Dua has handed away. He lived an inimitable life, growing from the refugee colonies of Delhi to the peak of journalistic excellence for in excess of 42 yrs, always, always speaking truth to electricity.

“He is now with our mother, his beloved spouse Chinna in heaven exactly where they will continue on to sing, cook, journey and push just about every other up the wall,” Mallika Dua wrote on her Instagram Stories.

Vinod Dua, a Hindi broadcast journalism pioneer with stints in Doordarshan and NDTV, was moved to the ICU of Apollo Hospital on Monday.

Vinod Dua and his spouse ended up in a healthcare facility in Gurgaon when the 2nd Covid wave was at its peak. The journalist’s wellness had endured at any time considering that and he had been in and out of hospitals.

The few is also mom and dad to elder daughter Bakul Dua, a medical psychologist.

(Only the headline and image of this report may possibly have been reworked by the Enterprise Normal employees the rest of the written content is car-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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