Two Surat poets no more
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Surat city has lost its two noted poets — Gulam Nabi Mullah alias Gul Ankleshwari (65) and Majeed Khan Randeri (68) — who were gems of Gujarati and Urdu poetry. The duo had participated in different Kavi Sammelans in various states.
While participating in a Kavi Sammelan at Adajan in the city on Sunday afternoon, Gulam Nabi complained of chest pain. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was declared dead.
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