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Hockey legend Shahid passes away

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New Delhi: Indian hockey legend Mohammad Shahid, who was being treated in a private hospital in Gurgaon, passed away Wednesday due to multiple organ failure.

"Yes, he is no more. He suffered multiple organ failure this morning. Its a sad news," a source told PTI.

The 56-year-old legend was admitted to Medanta - the Medicity - earlier this month after a bout of jaundice and dengue made his condition worse. He was airlifted from Varanasi.

Known for his dribbling skills, Shahid was considered one of Indias greatest hockey players. He was a member of the V Baskaran-led Indian team that won a gold medal at the 1980 Moscow Olympics.

He was also a part of the national team that won a silver medal at the Delhi Asian Games in 1982 and bronze in the Seoul Asiad in 1986.

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