Parsi Indian reporter wins AFP prize for work in Kashmir

Dilnaz Boga, an Indian photojournalist and reporter, has won the Agence France-Presse Kate Webb Prize for her courageous work in Indian-administered Kashmir, the AFP Foundation announced Wednesday.

Boga, 33, spent a year in Srinagar working for the respected news portal Kashmir Dispatch as well as a number of international publications and websites, the culmination of a decade covering the troubled region.

The Kate Webb Prize was launched in 2008 in honour of the legendary AFP correspondent in Asia who blazed a trail for women in international journalism.

The prize recognises exceptional work produced by locally engaged Asian journalists operating in dangerous or difficult circumstances in the region.

Boga will receive a certificate and 3,000 euros ($4,200) in cash at a ceremony in Hong Kong.

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Courtesy : Jehangir Bisney

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  • Captain BS Kaoosji

    At least lets not call that part of our country INDIAN ADMINISTERED.
    Jammu & Kashmir is a State of the Union Of India,the part not under our control is PAKISTAN OCCUPIED KASHMIR(POK)
    Captain Bakhtyar S Kaoosji (retd).

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