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Kozhikode plane crash: Mortal remains of co-pilot reach native place

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Kozhikode plane crash: Mortal remains of co-pilot reach native place

Kozhikode plane crash: Mortal remains of co-pilot reach native place

Mortal remains of co-pilot Akhilesh Kumar reached his native place in Mathura on August 09.

Akhilesh Kumar lost his life in the flight crash landing incident at Kozhikode in Kerala on August 07.

18 people including 2 pilots died in the tragedy.


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