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Veteran journalist Ved Bhasin dies in Jammu and Kashmir

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Jammu: Veteran journalist Ved Bhasin died in Jammu.

Known as the ‘grand old man of English journalism in Jammu and Kashmir’ Ved Bhasin died Thursday night.

The 86-year old Bhasin who remained an active journalist for nearly six decades, was suffering from a degenerative brain disease for the last several months.

He was born in Srinagar and had schooling in Jammu. He did his post graduation before 1947 from the Punjab University (Lahore).

Bhasin was the editor of daily ‘Kashmir Times’ from 1964 to 2000.

Known for his uncompromising secular views and support for the under privileged sections of the society, Ved Bhasin’s death has been widely condoled in the state.

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Get benefits upto Rs 10,000 on purchasing Apache RTR 200 4V: Read offer here

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TVS has announced a discount offer on the Apache RTR 200 4V. Customers can avail a cashback of five percent up to Rs 5,000. However, this offer is only available for customers opting for online bookings. TVS is also offering a finance scheme where customers can save up to Rs 10,000. The street naked motorcycle has four variants on offer. Mentioned below are ex-showroom (Mumbai) prices of the same.

Apache RTR 200 4V Single-Channel ABS – Rs 1,23,520

Apache RTR 200 4V Single-Channel ABS with modes – Rs 1,28,000

Apache RTR 200 4V Dual-Channel ABS – Rs 1,28,520

Apache RTR 200 4V Dual-Channel ABS with modes – Rs 1,29,520

Likewise, it is available in two colour options: Gloss Black and Matte Blue.

a close up of a motorcycle mirror: Head Light

The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is a sharp and stylish looking motorcycle. It gets highlights across its side profile, an underbelly pan, tank extensions on both sides, a split-type seat, a tyre hugger and a split-type rear grab handle. It further comes with features like all LED lights, DRL upfront, ABS, fully-digital instrument cluster, mobile app connectivity, Glide Through Technology (GTT) and three riding modes.

a close up of a motorcycle: Engine From Right

It’s powered by a 197.75cc oil-cooled FI engine that sits in a double-cradle split frame and churns out 20.54bhp at 9,000rpm and 17,25Nm at 7,250rpm. All this power and torque is put down via a five-speed gearbox.

a bicycle is parked next to a motorcycle: Rear Tyre

The ride here is taken care of by telescopic forks with preload adjuster at the front and mono-shock suspension at the rear. Meanwhile, for braking, it employs a 270mm single wavy disc at the front and a 240mm single wavy disc at the rear assisted by a dual-channel ABS.

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