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Nagaland killings: Why are we silent?



हम नगालैंड के ‘संहार’ के ख़िलाफ़ खामोश क्यों हैं?

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About The Author

Mukesh Kumar

Dr Mukesh Kumar has been a journalist in print and electronic media for the past three and a half decades. He has been associated with several news channels like ‘Doordarshan’ and ‘TV Today’ and hosted popular shows. He was also the founding editor of the Hindi Daily ‘Sentinel’ in Assam. He has authored 12 books, including ‘Fake Encounter and TRP’, ‘TV News aur Baazaar’, ‘Sadho Jag Bourana (anthology of poems), ‘Media Manthan’, ‘Dasata ke Bara Baras’, ‘Bharat ki Aatma’, ‘Lahuluhan Afghanistan’, ‘Kasauti Par Media’, ‘Television ki Kahani’, ‘Khabare Vistar se’, ‘Channelo ke Chehera’ and ‘Media ka Mayajaal’. Dr Kumar has been professor and dean at SGT University and taught at Makhalal Chaturvedi Vishwavidyalaya. Presently, he is consulting editor, SatyaHindi.com

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