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KOCHI: K A Nayar, 87, a former judge of the High Court of Kerala, died here on Tuesday. He was ailing for some time. He was appointed a judge of the High Court in January 1989 and served in the post for four years.

Later, he was appointed chairman of the Publicmen Enquiry Commission.

Nayar is survived by his wife, Chandralekha, son A K Jayasankaran Nambiar, a judge of the High Court of Kerala; and daughter Pramila Nambiar. The funeral will be held at Ravipuram crematorium on Wednesday.

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