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Rajnath Singh unveils veteran journalist Prem Prakash’s Hindi version of his book – `Reporting India’

Bhubaneswar : The literary circles in Delhi recently celebrated the unveiling of Hindi
translation of an amazing book penned by the legendary journalist of India, Shri Prem
Prem Prakash ji is a celebrated veteran Indian journalist and the chairman of Asian News
International (ANI), the biggest television news agency of India. He has covered some of
the most interesting stories of post-independent India. He has reported major events in the
Indian sub-continent from the 1950s to the turn of the century. He has also worked with
pioneering foreign broadcasters of France, Germany and the United States.
The Hindi translation of Shri Prem Prakash ji’s book ‘Reporting India: My Seventy Year
Journey as a Journalist’ was unveiled by The Hon’ble Defence Minister of India, Shri
Rajnath Singh, at his Akbar Road residence. The translation of the book was initiated and
spearheaded by Prabha Khaitan Foundation – a leading organization championing the
cause of expanding the reach and readership of literature and broadening its cultural
spectrum. The translation was published by Prabhat Prakashan.
Prior to the launch, The Hon’ble Defence Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh ji, was introduced to
Prabha Khaitan Foundation and its bouquet of literary and cultural initiatives. He was also
introduced to the women empowerment wing of the Foundation – Ehsaas Women – and
briefed about the noble role the talented and prolific women, across all walks of life, play in
encouraging literature and cultural heritage in India and abroad.
The Hindi version of the book was launched in the august presence of Shri Rajnath Singh
ji along with the gracious presence of author-journalist Shri Prem Prakash, Mr Sanjeev
Kapoor, Ms Neelima Dalmia Adhar (Ehsaas woman of Delhi), Ms Vandana Singh, and Ms
Manisha Jain, Branding and Communication Chief of Prabha Khaitan Foundation.

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