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Imagine that you are about to interview the writer. Write 10 to 15 questions regarding the operation.

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  1. Where did you operate from for the entire duration of the operation?
  2. How did you track the progress of the operation?
  3. What role did the media play during the operation?
  4. Did any official from the enemy’s side try to communicate with you?
  5. What was the role played by spies during the operation?
  6. Did you intercept any messages from across the border?
  7. How was the morale of the Indian soldiers? Can you recall any story or incident that lifted their spirits?
  8. What were the measures taken by you to ensure a smooth supply of arms and ammunition?
  9. How was the coordination with the air-force?
  10. What according to you was the biggest challenge on Tiger Hill?
  11. How did you manage to keep calm during moments of utter frustration?
  12. What was the exact figure of casualties on both sides?
  13. What were the lessons learned from the war?
  14. What message would you send across to citizens of a country when there is a war being fought on the front?
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