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journalists’ colony

journalists’ colony
 n.— «Over 20 years ago when Gulmohar Park came up as a journalists’ “colony,” it had neither Gulmohars nor any VIPs. It was as barren as most areas in Delhi, though some founding fathers of the “colony’ wanted it to be named “Bottle Nagar” after the journalists’ deference to the Bacchus.» —“Seeing Red” by G.S. Bhargava Times of India Feb. 4, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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