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Karnataka:Journalist with suspected COVID kills self by jumping before train


Team Udayavani, May 5, 2021, 6:13 PM IST

Davangere: A journalist, who had suspected COVID infection, allegedly took his life by jumping before a running train at Amaravati in Honnali on Wednesday, police said.

Paramesh,46, was working for a Kannada daily, they said.

For the past few days he was suffering from fever, cold and cough, police added.

He leaves his wife and two children.

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