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Indian writer, Debesh Roy dies

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Reports have that popular Indian literary Debesh Roy passed away. Devesh Roy, the author of ‘Tistaparer Bhranta’ at 10:50 this night. He was 63 years old at the time of his death.

He had been very ill for several days. The last few days have been spent on ventilation. He was born on December 16, 1936 in Bagmara village in Pabna district of present day Bangladesh. Since 1989, he has been editing a decade-long identity magazine.

His first novel is Jayati. Notable novels by Debesh Roy are: Why People Kill (198), Mofasbli Brittanta (1970), Samay Asmayer Brittanta (1993), Teesta Parer Birtanta (198), Logan Gandhar (1995) etc.

According to special sources, the sodium-potassium balance deteriorated and he underwent cardiac arrest which eventually led to his death.

He was admitted to Uma Nursing Home in Teghari on Wednesday. Cardiac arrest is a problem of balance.

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