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Paresh Nath re-elected as President, ILNA

19-September-2014
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Paresh Nath re-elected as President, ILNA

The Indian Languages Newspapers Association (ILNA) re-elected Paresh Nath as the President of the body at its Executive Committee meeting held in Ahmedabad on Thursday.

?"In the Executive committee meeting, Paresh Nath was re-elected as President and Arvind D'Souza as Treasurer," an ILNA statement said. ??In elections held during the 73rd AGM, 12 new vacancies created by retiring members were filled and re-elected and new members were inducted in the Executive Committee which now has 36 elected members, the statement said. ?

In his speech, Nath reiterated ILNA's demand for transparent and equal distribution of government advertisements in terms of space. ??"ILNA demands for transparent and equal distribution of government advertising if not in money terms, at least in space terms," said Nath.

?The ILNA also felicitated Vijay Bondriya of Krishak Jagat of Bhopal with Chandra Kant Bhave with Varisth Prakashak Samman.

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