Journalists pay homage to Dinesh Chandra

New Delhi, April 8 (IANS) Journalists paid rich tributes Monday to Delhi Union of Journalists (DUJ) vice president Dinesh Chandra who died Saturday after a brief illness.

Journalists, press workers and artists in large numbers attended a condolence meeting here, a DUJ statement said.

Dinesh Chandra, who retired as bureau chief of the Financial Express, also worked with various other newspapers earlier.

He was a founder member of the Indian Journalists Union and an office bearer of DUJ for a long time. He was also associated with the Press Club of India.

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