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Kishore Bhimani, veteran commentator, sports journalist passes away at 81

Kishore Bhimani, veteran commentator, sports journalist passes away at 81
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Veteran sports columnist and commentator Kishore Bhimani passed away on Thursday in Kolkata. Kishore Bhimani was admitted to Woodlands Multispeciality Hospital on September 14 and was experiencing various unexpected health issues. As indicated by a media discharge by the medical clinic, Bhimani passed on at 6.25 a.m. following abrupt cardiovascular passing.

Kishore Bhimani is broadly associated with being on air and calling the 1986 tied Test match between India and Australia in Chennai (at that point Madras).

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