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Three men & a possibility

Kuldip Nayar and Vajpayee rejected narrative of Partition for India-Pak. Imran Khan can rewrite the script

Kuldip Nayar By KP Nayar

I was an unintended beneficiary multiple times of Kuldip Nayar’s fame and reputation because I am his namesake, a Malayali journalist who spells his surname just as Kuldip Nayar did.


Fighter and candle-lighter

Kuldip Nayar’s lifelong work was to speak truth to the powerful.

Kuldip Nayar (1923-2018): ‘We just celebrated his 95th birthday with a family dinner’

At 12:30 am on Thursday, the veteran journalist and editor, who turned 95 on August 14, passed away at Escorts Hospital.

Journalist of courage

Kuldip Nayar will be missed in ‘The Indian Express’ newsroom, which he helmed at independent India’s darkest hour

Between the lines: Fearless Kuldip Nayar, journalism's conscience

Kuldip Nayar was much more than just a newsperson. He was an author of many bestsellers, champion for civil liberties and freedom of speech, an untiring activist for peace between India and Pakistan and conscience keeper of the nation.


Food, love and Kuldip saheb

His appetite for news and politics, mentoring of younger journalists will be remembered.

Kuldip Nayar dies: Condolences pour in from across political spectrum

Eulogies poured in from several leaders who were active in the anti-Emergency movement. Union Minister Arun Jaitley said Nayar’s “contribution to the cause of free speech is unparalleled” and he “will be best remembered for his struggle against the Emergency”.

How freedom is lost

Can Emergency be reimposed, I have often wondered

Kuldip Nayar laid to rest amid sea of politicians, scribes

Survived by his wife Bharti and two sons, Nayar was born in Sialkot (now in Pakistan) in 1923 and graduated in Law. He also studied journalism and began his career with an Urdu newspaper called Anjam.

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Veteran journalist Kuldip Nayar passes away at 95

Kuldip Nayar, renowned journalist, author and human rights activist passed away on Thursday. He was 95.