'Men are trembling now'
October 22, 2018  17:02
"One knew that Akbar had a glad eye like a lot of men have, but never to this extent that one is reading. I was very surprised. He educated you in journalism -- he told you what to do with your story, how to start it, etc. He had a hot temper and I owe a lot to him, but whatever he is today, I am pretty shocked.

"In Mumbai I knew he would call people to his room, but I never heard that anyone had complained about it.

"He had such a respected journalism career. It is sad how he has squandered everything."

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