May 01, 2020
ISLAMABAD—Journalist Nadir Hassan died on Thursday night of a brain hemorrhage in Karachi. He was 37.
Dawn.com, quoting his former The News colleague Zebunnisa Burki, said Hassan suffered a brain hemorrhage at his home. "We worked together for so many years during some the most newsy time. He will be missed more than he would have thought. We lost a good soul."
Kamal Siddiqi, a former editor of The Express Tribune, termed Nadir a talented man whose strength was his writing. He commended his work in different capacities at the Express Tribune.
Many of Hassan’s friends and colleagues took to Twitter to mourn his death.
Photo courtesy: Dawn.com
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