Senior journalist and The Hindu Deputy Editor NJ Nair (N. Jyothish Nair) has passed away. He was 58 years old. He died of a heart attack at around 2 am on Monday. His body will be laid to rest in the Press Club Hall at 1.30 pm. The culture at the gate of peace for two and a half.
He was a journalist for The Hindu for 26 years. He has also worked for The New Indian Express. Wife; Manju. Children: Siddharth (Australia), Gautam (Technopark). Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan recalled that NJ Nair was a journalist who valued moral values. In his memorandum, the Chief Minister said that NJ Nair was an eminent journalist who valued moral values in his work.
NJ was an outstanding political correspondent. He studied Kerala’s industry, commerce, finance, and energy in-depth and provided readers with a wide range of developmental news and analysis. Refusing to go after controversies, NJ Nair used his talents for the development of Kerala. The audience was also familiar. N. is a great loss to the journalism branch. J. In his condolence message, the Chief Minister said that Nair’s death.
Minister Kadakampally Surendran offered condolences on the death of NJ Nair. NJ, who approached the news honestly. Nair was leading the new generation in journalism. “NJ was pure love,” the minister said in a Facebook post.
Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala said that NJ Nair was a journalist who was always accurate and objective in the news. He was a major contributor to development journalism. His reports and analyzes related to the commercial and industrial sectors of Kerala had created a great stir in the Kerala society. Authenticity was the hallmark of his news and analysis. In his condolence message, Chennithala said that he was a great textbook for the new generation of journalists.
NJ was the face of gentleness and sincerity in journalism. BJP state president K Surendran called Nair. He always tried to keep friendships. His political analysis and reports in the Hindu newspaper were notable. He closely watched state politics. It continued until the last minute of work. Surendran said the loss of a talented journalist was a great loss to the journalism community and the general public.