Anil Ramdas

Anil Ramdas (Paramaribo, 16 February 1958 – Loenen aan de Vecht, 16 February 2012) was a Dutch-Surinamese columnist, correspondent, essayist, journalist, and TV and radio host.[1]

In 1997 he was awarded the E. du Perron prize for all of his works.[2]

Death

Ramdas committed suicide on 16 February 2012.[3]Prime Minister Mark Rutte expressed his regret about Ramdas' death in his weekly press conference.[4]

References

External links

  • Anil Ramdas version 31 January 2008
  • Godhra and After: The Role of Media India First Foundation - April 6, 2002

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