October 02, 2018
ISLAMABAD – Yousuf Nagori, a photographer for Dawn, based in Hyderabad passed away on Monday of a chronic liver problem. He was 62.
Dawn reported on Tuesday that he battled the disease for a long time and was under treatment of a gastroenterologist.
The paper said that he was recently admitted to the Liaquat University Hospital’s city branch and later shifted to a private hospital, where he remained under treatment for a fortnight. He was later discharged.
He had been bedridden for a long time and was buried in Tando Yusuf graveyard.
Nagori joined Dawn in the early 1990s. He also contributed photos to Herald magazine, Reuters, AFP and AP while serving in Hyderabad.
Photo credit: Dawn.com
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