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Paresh Nath re-elected ILNA President

10-October-2012
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Paresh Nath re-elected ILNA President

The Indian Newspaper Languages Association (ILNA) elected its new executive body at its recently held 71st annual general meeting. More than 90 ILNA members from across the country participated in the meeting.

Paresh Nath of Delhi Press has been re-elected as President of ILNA for the third consecutive year. Vijay Bondria has been elected as Election Officer of ILNA.

Speaking after the elections, Nath said, “In our last tenure, we had opposed the wrong policies of the government. We focussed mainly on the hike in freight charges of particular magazines. As a result, the hike was called off by the government.” He also quoted some statistics to show government’s inclination towards advertising in English newspapers.

The other members of the ILNA executive body include: Ravi Kumar Bishnoi (Vice President); Rajshekhar Koti (Vice President – South); Deenbandhu Chowdhry (Vice President – West); Chandrakant Bhave (re-elected as Treasurer); Vivek Gupta, Ankit Bishnoi and Prakash Pohre (Secretary General).

Also included in the board of executives are Anant Nath, Kirti Kahmar, Girish Kumar Agarwal, Devendra Kumar Sharma, Digambar Ganpat Rao Gaikwad and Bharat Bhusan Srivastava.

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