Journalists visit MERC
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Sep 30: Prominent journalist and parliamentarian, H K Dua and chief editor of Indo-Asian News Service (IANS), Tarun Basu held separate interaction sessions with students of Media Education Research Centre, Kashmir University on Friday.
In his address, Dua talked about the state of press in India. He listed the contemporary trends and referred to the role of press in the freedom struggle of India.
Dua’s journalistic career spans over four decades, having served as editor in Hindustan Times, Indian Express, Tribune and as editorial advisor of The Times of India.
“Though the media has become more vibrant in the country, it should do better than what it is doing,” he said, commenting on the status of the fourth estate in India.
The prominent among those present on the occasion include Acting Vice-Chancellor, Prof M A Sofi, Registrar, Prof S Fayaz and I/C HoD MERC Nasir Mirza, besides the faculty members of MERC and EMMRC.
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