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Postby RayC » 11 Oct 2006 01:05

RaviBg wrote:Any idea when RayC's interview in telegraph will be published?


They interviewed me today. No idea when it will be published or will it be published. Hopefully, it will not deviate from the original if and when published.

Nothing extraordinary but I hope I was more forceful than what has been said so far.

They were nice enough to present me with the book, In the Line of Fire. However, the book is so megalomaniac in content, that it puts one off. And worse still is old Musharraf's bedtime stories on Kargil.

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Postby Lalmohan » 11 Oct 2006 09:15

RayC wrote:And worse still is old Musharraf's bedtime stories on Kargil.


hmmm... there could be entire NSN volumes written about mushy's bedtime stories from the lofty goat infested heights of kargil...

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Postby putnanja » 11 Oct 2006 23:39

RayC wrote:
RaviBg wrote:Any idea when RayC's interview in telegraph will be published?


They interviewed me today. No idea when it will be published or will it be published. Hopefully, it will not deviate from the original if and when published.

Nothing extraordinary but I hope I was more forceful than what has been said so far.

They were nice enough to present me with the book, In the Line of Fire. However, the book is so megalomaniac in content, that it puts one off. And worse still is old Musharraf's bedtime stories on Kargil.


Thanks Ray. Do let us know when the interview gets published so that we can look it up in the online version. T


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