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Indian newspaper publishes Delhite’s obituary on ‘demise of Media’

Currently, the TV media is more focused on actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death and Kangana Ranaut’s fight with Shivsena leaders. TV Media has been targetting Rhea Chakraborty and “Bollywood Gang” instead of covering issues like GDP and India-China Standoff. Reacting to which, Delhi-based Kartik Sahni wrote an “obituary and remembrance” listing in The Hindu newspaper. He wrote “With profound regret, we announce the demise of Ms. M.E. Dia, beloved daughter of Mr. E.E Dom (F.R.) and wife of Mr. T.ruth in New Delhi on 8 September 2020. Mourned by family and friends.” Kartik Sahni later revealed he himself was surprised when the newspaper published his article.

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