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Youth commits suicide after losing huge money in online games

Kendrapara, July 5 (UNI) Playing online games costs death for a 22 years old youth who committed suicide by hanging after losing huge money over a period of time.
This shocking incident took place at Manpur village under Aul police station in coastal Kendrapara district.
Police on Tuesday said 22-years old science graduate Ashis kumar Das lost huge money over a period of time and committed suicide on Monday night after losing his mental balance.
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