Manipur: DDK news editor Robert Baite dead
Imphal: News Editor of the Doordarshan Kendra
Imphal (DDK) Robert J Baite, who was ailing, has died at a
private hospital in Imphal West district of Manipur, a DDK
press release said Wednesday.
Baite, 32, and an Indian Information Service office
breathed his last after a surgical intervention at a private
hospital near here yesterday, the release said.
He is survived by his wife and two sons.
Baite, who wrote extensively for popular dailies `Sangai
Express,` `Matamgi Yakairol,` `The Eastern Herald Tribune,` in
Manipur, was also a well-known columnist before joining DDK
Imphal in 2005, DDK sources said.
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