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Uday Kumar's death condoled

VIJAYAWADA: President and members of the Andhra Cricket Association on Friday condoled the sudden demise of B. Uday Kumar, secretary of the Krishna District Table Tennis Association and joint secretary of the Andhra Pradesh Table Tennis Association, in a road accident on Wednesday.

“The death of Uday Kumar is a great loss to the sports fraternity in general and table tennis in particular. We (ACA) convey our heartfelt condolences to the members of the family,” said ACA secretary Gokaraju Ganga Raju in a statement.

Andhra Pradesh Olympic Association president Lagadapati Rajagopal, Krishna District Olympic Association secretary K.P. Rao, Krishna District Archery Association president Ch. Satyanarayana, District Sports Development Officer B. Sudhakar and members of several sports associations condoled the death of Uday Kumar. — Principal Correspondent

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