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Pak Journalist Cyril Almeida's Tweets Reflect a More Jovial Mood on Day 3

Cyril Almeida’s tweet on Tuesday night that he was convinced the government had “uglier actions” in store for him after putting him on the Exit Control List was stark. He was in a much better mood on Wednesday, or so a look at his Twitter feed suggests.

Tushar Dhara | News18.com

Updated:October 12, 2016, 11:00 PM IST
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Pak Journalist Cyril Almeida's Tweets Reflect a More Jovial Mood on Day 3
Dawn journalist Cyril Almedia (TV grab)

New Delhi: Cyril Almeida’s tweet on Tuesday night that he was convinced the government had “uglier actions” in store for him after putting him on the Exit Control List was stark. He was in a much better mood on Wednesday, or so a look at his Twitter feed suggests.

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The Dawn reporter was active on the micro-blogging site the whole day, revealing details of what he had for lunch, giving tips on how to pronounce his name and even having a go at someone who accused him of working to destabilise Pakistan.

Almeida also thanked Zafar Abbas, the editor of Dawn, calling him a “rock” and joked with Twitterati about wanting to go abroad on holiday and not wanting to be Pakistan’s new poster boy.

Here is Cyril Almeida, in his own words:

Trolling a troll

Praising his editor

Nihari anyone?

Lessons in pronouncing Goan names

Poster boy? No thanks!

Fancy joining a political party?

Sourcing issues

Dreaming of traveling abroad

Debunking rumours

Pining for a family vacation

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| Edited by: Nitya Thirumalai
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