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Dear Members of the Corps of Signals fratenity,
With grief we are posting details of our colleagues who leave for their heavenly abode. We request members to forward their "shradhanjali". Kindly share with us the photographs, fond memories and association.
We await tributes from associates/ course mates for publication.
Blog Team

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  • Monday, May 16, 2011

    IC 26591K Col Vijaya Chandran Nair

    ear Signallers,
    I am sad to inform you about demise of IC 26591K, Col Vijaya Chandran Nair (Retd).He died on 11 May 2011, at Cochin between 4.30 and 05 am. He was suffering from kidney related ailments for some time.
    Next of Kin: Mrs Sreekumari Nair Wife
    Cremation: At Canannoor, further details not known at present.
    Please see email received from Col M A Rasheed, SM (Retd), appended below.
    We pray to Almighty to give peace to the departed soul and strength to all near ones and dear ones to bear this irreparable loss.
    Those of you who wish to write a "Shradhanjli", may kindly send it for being posted on our weblog -
    The Shradhanjli be kindly emailed to - Col James Kanagaraj, The Moderator at -
    In sorrow-
    Chander Kamboj.

    Dear Lt Col Mankoo and others,
    I am sad to inform all serving and retired Signals family about the untimely demise of Col Vijaya chandran Nair. Details known to me are as under:
    1. IC 26591K, Col Vijaya Chandran Nair
    2. Date of commission 06 Aug 1967
    3. Died on 11 May at Cochin between 4.30 and 05 am. He was suffering from kidney related ailments for some time.
    4. Members of the family
    5. The body is being taken to Canannoor for performing last rites
    With Prayers
    Col M A Rasheed,SM (Retd)
    Chief coordinator
    KIMS Group of Hospitals

    Deep sense of regret prevails to read the passing away of Col Vijaya Chandran Nair; a signaller who served the corps in an exemplary manner and left a deep impression in those who came his way. MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE.
    May God give strength to SREEKUMARI, ABHILASH and MEKHALA to wih stand this deep shock and carry forward the values which VC Nair cherished.
    We, in the Corps, will miss him.
    Brig G Natarajan (Retd)