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    TOI Scribe Naresh Mitra Passes Away In Guwahati, CM Offers Condolences

    Condolence messages have started pouring in from all quarters

    The Times of India journalist based in Guwahati Naresh Mitra breathed his last at a city hospital on December 9th, 2019. Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and his media advisor Hrishikesh Goswami have offered their condolences for the loss.

    It may be mentioned that the 45-year-old journo was found grievously injured on a street under the Bhangagarh PS last month and was kept on ventilation support.

    He was suspected to have suffered a cardiac arrest.

    Post the death of the journalist condolence messages have started pouring in from all quarters.

    Photo Credit: Vivek Sanganeria


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