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Kishore Dave, the bureau chief of the Gujarati newspaper Jai Hind, was stabbed to death at the newspaper's office in Gujarat's Junagadh district. According to a Press Trust of India report, the Superintendent of Police at the local police station said Dave (53) was attacked by unknown assailants at around 9:30 PM on 22 August 2016. Aaj Tak, the Indian television channel, reported that personal enmity prompted the murder.

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    THULASI, 22 October 2016

    Neha, people want reporters like you. You are an inspiration to many enthusiastic journalists, who have great passion for journalism. Keep fighting. T...

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    Malay Mitra, 22 October 2016

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    A.M.Roshan, 22 October 2016

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