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Award for Debjani Patikar

Debjani Patikar, a Guwahati based journalist with Purvanchal Prahari  is awarded “Best Female Correspondent” by The Newspapers Association of India (NAI)  at 23rd NAI National Achievement Awards -2015 held in New Delhi recently. She was awarded by the NAI for her contribution to print media in Assam since 2001. The award ceremony was held at NDMC Convention Centre in New Delhi on 28th November 2015. Apart from her regular contributions to the dailies and periodicals, she has also worked on various projects in the state. Presently she is engaged as a researcher of “IndiaBangladesh History Project for Documenting Bangladesh Liberation War 1971” from Assam.

NAI aims to encourage and support small and medium newspapers, journals, periodicals, etc., to create innovative sustainable social enterprises and aims to build a just, civil society in India.

The objective of Newspapers Association of India (NAI) is to highlight the problems which have been plaguing the small and medium newspaper industry for the past so many years. A common platform at the national level was created for the members, to establish personal Contact with each other and have interactions on related problems and take up the same, with concerned authorities, on a collective basis.

 

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