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Veteran journalist Vinod Dua passes away at 67

IndiaTimes Saturday, 4 December 2021
Veteran journalist Vinod Dua, who was admitted to Apollo Hospital's intensive care unit, has died, his daughter and actor-comic Mallika Dua said on Saturday. He was 67. The last rites of the well-known journalist, who was hospitalised with Covid earlier this year will be performed at the Lodhi crematorium here on Sunday.
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News video: Veteran journalist Vinod Dua passes away at 67 | Cremation on Dec 5, says Mallika Dua |Oneindia News

Veteran journalist Vinod Dua passes away at 67 | Cremation on Dec 5, says Mallika Dua |Oneindia News 01:29

Today, veteran journalist Vinod Dua, passed away at 67. As per reports, he was in an intensive care unit of a Delhi hospital. Taking to social media, his daughter Mallika Dua informed that the cremation would take place on December 5 at Lodhi crematorium at noon. #VinodDua #VinodDuaPassesAway...

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