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Despite the inherently bleak nature of so much of this material, Conroy has fashioned a memoir that is vital, largehearted and often raucously funny.
It is largehearted, full of the vitality of its subject and a palpable love for the landscapes it describes.
The DDA should not lose sight of the fact that the officers and jawans of paramilitary forces such as the Border Security Force are constantly engaged in an important duty for the security of the nation, at tremendous risk to their life and, therefore, attempt should be to give an interpretation which is compassionate, benevolent and largehearted and does not discourage the persons who are engaged in rendering such valuable services to the nation," Justice Jain said.