Tamils Lost A Former Olympian and Advocate for Tamil Rights Dr. Nagalingam Ethirveerasingam

Tamils Lost A Former Olympian and Advocate for Tamil Rights Dr. Nagalingam Ethirveerasingam

Dr. Nagalingam Ethirveerasingam, a distinguished athlete, academic, and advocate for the Tamil community, passed away at the age of 89 in the United States. He was a speaker at the 2nd International Conference on Tamil Nationhood and Genocide in Sri Lanka, where he shared his insights and experiences on the subject matter. His contributions to the conference and his lifelong dedication to various causes will be remembered and celebrated by all those who knew him and those who were touched by his work.

Dr. Ethirveerasingam was born in Jaffna, Sri Lanka, in 1934. He was a former Olympian and a dedicated advocate for Tamil rights. His life and legacy serve as an inspiration to many. He will be remembered not only for his athletic achievements but also for his dedication to education, human rights, and the betterment of the Tamil community. His passing is a great loss, but his memory and contributions will continue to inspire future generations.

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