Sports Editor Siddhartha passes away
By Express News Service - CHENNAI
30th October 2012 11:16 PM
Siddhartha Mishra, Sports Editor of The New Indian Express since 2008, passed away at his residence on Tuesday. He was 40. He breathed his last after battling cancer for the last 11 months. Despite undergoing pain owing to treatment, he kept working till about two weeks before the end came. After completing his Masters in Geology, he began his journalism career as a sub editor in Times of India, New Delhi, in 1997, where he had a long stint. He is survived by his wife Prachi, daughter and son.
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