SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir

Rizwan Geelani, a journalist who covers education for India-administered Jammu and Kashmir’s largest circulated daily Greater Kashmir, was one of few persons who had received by email the results of 10th grade of about 65,000 students. His phone didn’t stop ringing.

The callers were the students or their parents who had got a whiff about Geelani being in possession of the result, gazette released on Thursday.

“But I could hardly tell them the results. I would note down the result of a particular caller and try to SMS her. But then I would get another call. It seemed

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