Kalpesh Yagnik, group editor Dainik Bhaskar, died in cardiac arrest at his Indore office late evening on Thursday. At the hour of his office working he suffered a severe heart attack; consequently all the efforts of doctors to save Yagnik's life were futile.
According to report, as he suffred the stroke, the staff rushed him Bombay hospital where he was treated till 3 hours, but the efforts proved futile – no improvement was observed in his deteriorating condition.
According to Doctors, he suffered another stroke during the treatement. He was declared dead next morning at 2 a.m.
He had joined Dainik Bhaskar in 1998. Yagnik was wellknown speaker and renowned journalist. His writes-up were his identity; his writings on the sensitive matters of country were unbiased and fearless. His column ‘Asambhav Ke Viruddh’ (Against impossible) had been always in spotlight

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