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Congress spokesman Rajiv Tyagi dies soon after TV debate

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 12 August 2020
Congress spokesman and familiar TV face Rajiv Tyagi passed away on Wednesday following a massive heart attack, sending shock waves among colleagues who knew him as a combative defender of the party in debates. He will be cremated at Hindon crematorium on Thursday morning.
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