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Kabul killings: New dimensions in today's journalist copybook

News reporting has always been hazardous work. I learnt this first hand when barely four years in the field as a cub reporter in Delhi. It was the 1970s and bomb explosions like the recent one in Kabul which killed nine, including a woman, journalists, were yet to be listed as dangers in a reporter’s copybook.

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Welcome,chief minister

Chief Minister Mahbooba Mufti is very much right in expressing her concern over the slow death of Kashmiri language.

Fighting drug menace

The drug addiction among the youth is on the rise across the state. Every day, the police arrest drug peddlers with drugs not only in Kashmir but in Chenab Valley and Pirpanjal region as well.

No quick-fix solution to Kashmir issue

As a Colonel in North-East, I had the privilege to accompany a new and dynamic Corps Commander for his meetings with two very wise governors.

Resolving the militancy

This year has turned out to be the most violent in the past seven years. More than two hundred militants, according to the DGP SP Vaid, have been killed in the encounters with the forces.

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