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    Anonymous

    AK will be leaving hal with his trademark MSM inhouse newsmag! Eventhough you have given a hint about his exit in your blog it has come as a surprise. he has succeeded in connecting ppl of different HAL divisions ,which is absolutely a necessity for a huge org like HAL,because the left hand doesnt know what the right is doing with out such PR person!i am quite annoyed at his axing,how can ppl manning HAL do not see the merits of having ppl like AK with his experience.Hope better sense will prevail upon and his contract will be extended. HAL officers associations and worker unions should fight for his case .He deserves to be on HAL rolls with freedom of expression! good luck AK.

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    ArjunTankFan

    It defies logic why,when in such competitive times while HAL slowly prepares to enter the international turf, where every bit of publicity counts, is the corporate communication / media cell being wound up?

    Which chairman of an organization could be harebrained enough?

    that too when HAL should be on the media offensive to salvage the Dhruv out of th Ecuadorian mess.

    We wave hardly seen any charms from HAL

    SAD

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    Anonymous

    I love the douche bags that say whatever they want and pass judgment without a bit of wisdom. If you confident in your opinion, why don't you post who and where you are.

    James from midwest

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    Jagan

    Dear Anant

    It is indeed sad that your stint with HAL has come to an end. Your work for MSM and Plane will speak for itself for years to come. I hope HAL continues on what you have started over there.

    That said, I do wonder what HAL had in its mind when they let you go. Doesnt really give me any comfort knowing how things usually work out.

    -Jagan
    (www.Bharat-Rakshak.com)

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    Rahul Devnath

    It's indeed sad, to see Mr. AK leave. It's not everyday that an organisation gets a man as their PRO, who joined them for the sake of his own dedication and love towards the organisation, rather than few odd bucks you get at a PSU. It's as stupid as it gets.

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    Anonymous

    Dear AK,

    I have not seen you but have been reading MSM edited by you. We are all really saddened to know that you have left us. Your writings and care for people will be remembered for a long time. What's the mystery of our times as mentioned in your mail. Sir, we want to know why you left us? You made a difference and that's what matters is most. We will miss you.

    May God be with you.

    SJN, Koraput

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    Anonymous

    Farewell and godspeed AK !
    Dhruv, may your international stint rest in peace !
    The current times at HAL reminds me of the license raj, TADA and OSA days. So typical of the party in power. What a royal regression !

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    Anonymous

    It is very myopic of HAL to have let you go AK at a time when things are changin rapidly!

    Your accomplishments speak for you. You should have gone places at HAL, but you WILL go places. Time will tell, and very best to you.

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    Anonymous

    This post has made it to Stephen Trimbles DEW Line blog at Flight Global

    http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/the-dewline/2009/11/ex-flack-sends-freaky-farewell.html

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    Shiv Aroor

    Last Anon: Thanks for the heads-up. Though Steve has misspelt my blog name!

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