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Sanjib Barala dies at the age of 34: Hockey India condoles demise of former Indian junior male tourist

New Delhi, 5 May: Hockey India on Wednesday mourned the demise of 34-year-old Sanjib Barala, a former Indian junior male tourist. He died on Sunday, 2 May in Rourkela due to complications related to Kovid.

“Barla, who was part of the Indian Junior Men’s Camp in 2009, played for Odisha in various domestic hockey competitions. The 34-year-old also worked in Western Railway,” Hockey India said in an official statement.

Expressing Hockey India’s condolences to Sanjib’s bereaved family, President Gyanendro Ningobam said, “Sanjib was an integral part of the hockey circuit in Odisha and he will be deeply missed by all of us. We are deeply saddened to hear the news of his demise. . ” Extend our deepest condolences to Sanjib’s family and friends. Do they have the strength to go through this terrible time. ” Harsha Bhogle gave CSK all-rounder reply to Ravindra Jadeja as ‘Sir Jadeja’ for ‘all-round heroics’ against RCB in IPL 2021.

The Union Health Ministry said on Wednesday morning that 3,82,315 new coronovirus cases have been reported in India in the last 24 hours. With this, the cumulative count of cases has increased to 2,06,65,148.

The daily spike reached its peak in more than four lakh cases on May 1, but on Tuesday it reached 3,57,229 cases. In the last 24 hours, 3,780 people in the country succumbed to the disease, leading to cumulative deaths and 2,26,188.

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