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The Journey of Hindi Language Journalism in India: From Raj to Swaraj and Beyond
India International Centre, New Delhi
Seema Chishti (L), Editor,
, Mrinal Pande, veteran journalist and author of the book, and Vandita Mishra (R), National Opinion Editor,
The Indian Express
clap as Ashok Vajpeyi, esteemed Hindi poet and critic, releases the book
Audience members explore the books on display.
Recent titles by Orient BlackSwan, including
The Journey of Hindi Language Journalism
, make for an interesting spread.
Mrinal Pande signs a copy of her book.
Mrinal Pande interacts with members of the audience.
Ashok Vajpeyi opens the panel by discussing the rich traditions of plurality and syncretism in the Hindi language.
Vandita Mishra puts forth her thoughts on the book.
Seema Chishti stresses the urgent need for balanced journalism in the Hindi language at this moment in time.
Mrinal Pande addresses the points raised by the panel.
The audience engages with the discussion.
The panel enjoys itself as Mrinal Pande leads the conversation.
A member of the audience asks a question as Prof. Geetha Nambissan, JNU (in blue saree, first row) and Mr Arvind Pande, Former Chairman, SAIL (second-last row), among others, listen.
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