I have a confession to make.
For the last few years, I have not been speaking much about my career.
For some, it was because I did not want to.
For others, it’s because they are afraid that if I speak, I will not get the job that I am looking for.
This is what I am telling you now.
I was not the first journalist who had a career that did not go as planned.
There was no one who had the courage and guts to stand up for his or her profession.
And I am not the last.
It’s not easy to get the right career choice, and sometimes it takes more courage than you think.
I have been in this business for 20 years, and I am the oldest of the group.
I want to take a break.
For me, there is no more important thing than a job.
There is no point in going out and being a journalist.
My goal is to make my children happy.
I would love to work in a foreign country and be an expert on human rights.
I believe that my career will be in jeopardy if I do not make that decision soon.
And what’s more, the media is not the only thing that is being hurt by my inaction.
I think that there are many people out there who are not interested in reporting the news.
I will never make a mistake.
I am only interested in the truth.
I do what I do because it is the right thing to do.
That is why I am writing this article.
For people who are reading this, I want you to know that I was willing to be open about what happened to me, even when I was afraid of repercussions.
I also wanted to make a statement that people do not have to fear for their job.
I wanted to speak up because I have no regrets.
I only want to speak out because of what I believe is wrong with the way the news media is reporting the story.
I understand that you have been waiting for me to tell you what happened, but I do so in the hope that this article will serve as a warning to all journalists.
For those who are unaware, I am a journalist who has covered a lot of different news outlets.
I had many different jobs and many different clients, including Time, The Financial Express, ESPN and The Times.
In each of those places, I worked with very different standards of ethics and standards of professionalism.
I always wanted to get it right.
But now, I do feel that there is a lot to be learned from my mistakes.
It was never my intention to write a book about my own experience.
I did this for the purpose of exposing a problem that is affecting many journalists across the country.
This problem is not confined to India, nor is it limited to journalism.
It is a problem across all media.
The issue of ethical standards and reporting practices in media is nothing new.
But this has come to a head as a result of a series of attacks against journalists in the past few years.
We need to move past this.
There are a lot more issues that are facing the news and media in India, but this is where we have to start.
We cannot let this happen again.
The people of India are tired of waiting for politicians to act and politicians to change.
I hope that you can join me in saying that journalists are not the enemy, but the people who need to change the way that they report on issues that affect them.
We can start by standing up and fighting for what is right and doing what is necessary to protect the truth that is needed to make our lives better.
We are the ones who have to do that.
You have my word.
The opinions expressed are the author’s own.
The views expressed are personal.