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Dilip Satapathy No More


Everybody in the Media Circle have likeness, love and respect for the senior scribe Dilip Satapathy.


A noble soul, Mr.Satapathy who breathed his last in a private hospital has no enemy as he has never harmed anybody and never disrespects anyone.

Knowledgeable, Kind Hearted and Goodwill for all was his hallmark in his personality, said many Members of Media present in his residence to pay their last tribute to the departed soul.

56 years old Mr.Satapathy was having excellent command over the subject and he has utilized his pen for taking up crucial issues on Industry, Business and Economic Development of Odisha.

Unfortunate part of the story is he was suffering for killer Cancer for a long time and succumbed to it after a long painful fight.

During these years he has never gave up to write and continued his efforts of a ‘Positive Journalism’.

Senior Mandarins Raj Kumar Sharma, Mona Sharma and Pradeep Jena went to his residence for last darshan of the departed soul.

“In fact society lost a good human being and lost a good journalist” said Sudarshan Das, a leading activist of the State.

“Always bearing a warm smile, Mr.Satapathy used to talk nicely to people and has been adored for his suave and sweet approach and always has been taking up issues of Industry and Investors ”, said Jagadish Rout, AVP Gopalpur Port Limited.

Terming him “Egoless, Brilliant and Sweet Speaking Journalist”, said Senior Congress Leader Ganeswar Behera.

Echoing him Former Minister Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak also heaped lot of praise for the Resident Editor of Business Standard, who was at the peak of his career.
 
State Youth Welfare Board Chairman Bijaya Kumar Nayak rememberd him as a 'Stalwart of Journalism'.

Senior Political Personality Sankar Parida condoled his untimely demise saying his passing away is a great loss to the field of Journalism.

Senior Scribe Sandeep Sahu expressed shock over his demise and National Editor of The Outlook Ruben Banarjee condoled his untimely demise.

     


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