Veteran journalist Kuldip Nayar passes away at 95

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NEW DELHI : Veteran journalist and former Rajya Sabha member Kuldeep Nayar died late last night in New Delhi. He was 95. His last rites will be performed at 1 pm today at the Lodhi Road crematorium. Nayar also served as India’s High Commissioner for the United Kingdom. A veteran journalist, diplomat, parliamentarian and an author, Nayar wore many More...

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