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KOTTAYAM: Famous novelist and Malayala Manorama employee Kottayam SH Mount Chowattukunnu resident Joycee’s (C S Immanuel) son Balu (23) died in a road accident in Bangalore on Friday at around 11:30 pm.

Another vehicle rammed the bike Balu was riding and sped away without making any attempt to shift him to hospital.
Though the police who reached the spot shifted him to Ambedkar Medical College hospital, his life could not be saved.

The body will be cremated at 3pm on Sunday at Parambuzha Bethlehem Church Cemetery.

An employee in a private company in Bangalore, Balu was in Kottayam three days ago. He was supposed to have gone to Britain for higher studies next month.

Manu Joycee (Serial director), Meenu and  Sanu (B Com student) are his brothers.

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