Neelabh Mishra was critically ill and with complications resulting from non-alcoholic liver cirrhosis.
Senior journalist and editor-in-chief of National Herald, Neelabh Mishra, died today at a Chennai Hospital.
He was critically ill and with complications resulting from non-alcoholic liver cirrhosis.
Neelabh Mishra, 57, was admitted to Apollo Hospital in Chennai earlier this month, and developed multiple organ failure before a liver transplant could be carried out.
He steered the re-launch of National Herald, the newspaper.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi condoled his death, describing him as one who spoke the truth to power.
"An editor's editor. A man who spoke truth to power. An institution builder. On Neelabh Mishra's tragic passing away this morning, my deepest condolences to his family, friends, colleagues and admirers", Mr Gandhi tweeted.
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