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Lily Das passes away in London

Lily Das passes away in London
Lt. Lily Thenoudiü Das
DIMAPUR, JUL 16 (NPN) | Publish Date: 7/17/2018 12:16:50 AM IST
Lily Thenoudiü Das, known to most as Lily, or Adiü, passed away in London, United Kingdom, on July 14, 2018 after a prolonged period of sickness. She leaves behind her husband, two children and two granddaughters. 
According to family sources, the funeral would take place in the UK. Born in Kohima to Mari Khrielieviü Sekhose and Richard Harris, Lily spent her childhood in Kohima.
After her matriculation, she pursued her 11th and 12th at Spicer College, Poona (now Pune). 
Lily was one of the first journalists in Nagaland in the early seventies. She worked with the Ura Mail in its heyday. Before joining the Ura Mail, she worked in The Junior Statesman, at its Calcutta office. 
She received her BA Pol. Science degree from Presidency College, Calcutta. While at Presidency College, Lily also shouldered duties of high responsibility in the Naga Students’ Union. She married to Mohie Ranjan Das in 1975 after which she moved to Calcutta and began work with Air India as an executive. They migrated to England in the early eighties.  Until her confinement, she remained an active member of the Kohima Educational Trust, the Overseas Nagas International and the UK Naga body. Lily was a member of the Khedi Baptist church. In the UK, she and her family attended the Wolverton Evangelical Church. 

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