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Quandary Resolution 4435
cogent, burgess, pedagogical, pseudonymous
Hank Ricarden, leaving behind his largely rewarding life in Langley as the agency's most skilled and cogent agent, became a burgess of India in the early 1990's initially as a part of a covert operation to infiltrate the local mafia accused of the drug trafficking originating around the Mumbai slums, later devoted his entire life to educating the poverty stricken kids of the infamous Bandra slums of Mumbai, under the pseudonymous identity of "DayaBhai" (an apt name meaning "the benevolent " in Hindi, christened by the inhabitants of the slum for whom Hank represented a symbol of hope, equality and freedom) was recently conferred the prestigious "Bharath Ratna" by the Indian government acknowledging his pedagogical pursuits for betterment of the destitute in the penurious neighborhoods of the Bandra slums.
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