RTE has announced the death of Anwar Ahmed Ali, the journalist and author of several books including The Man in the Moon, The End of India, and The Man Who Killed The Queen.
He was 76.
Ali was a columnist for RTE for 30 years, most recently for the magazine in 2015, and also wrote for The Times of India and other publications.
RTE said it was “deeply saddened to announce the passing of Anwin Ali”.
RTE also said it would pay tribute to Ali’s contributions to RTE journalism.
RTHI’s Pranab Mukherjee said the death was a great loss to RTHA.
“He was one of the finest journalists in India.
He always kept us informed about events in the country.
He had a keen interest in politics and politics-related subjects, especially the current political climate.
His work will be missed,” Mukherji said.
RUPE also said Ali was “a friend of all RTHE people”.
He was born in Bihar in 1931 and was educated in London and New York.
RTV, which is also based in New York, also paid tribute to his work.
“Anwar Ali was an incredibly talented and tireless journalist.
He is most well known for his journalism on India and the Middle East.
He will be greatly missed,” the channel said.
He worked at The Times Of India from 1977 to 1981.
RTR’s Mukhtar Hussain said Ali would be greatly appreciated by his colleagues.
“The life of Anwani is a true tragedy.
Anwar was a superb journalist and a great man.
He loved his readers, his colleagues, and his profession,” Hussain said.
“It is with deep sadness that we confirm the passing today of Anwu Ali, a man of the most exceptional character and character,” RTR chief executive Anjum Chopra said.
RTE’s latest issue of The Times Magazine features a special edition on Ali.
“I have always known Anwain, the best and most loyal of my colleagues.
He has been an indefatigable reporter and an indefeatable and relentless journalist.
His courage will live on forever,” the magazine said in a statement.
RTHA also released a statement on Ali’s death.
“RTHE is saddened to confirm the sudden death of one of our most prominent and prolific reporters, Anwar, who passed away yesterday,” the broadcaster said.