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Veteran journalist Prabhu Chawla to launch new Hindi Channel

15-April-2016
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Veteran journalist Prabhu Chawla to launch new Hindi Channel

According to latest reports, Veteran journalist Prabhu Chawla, currently Editorial Director of The New Indian Express and The Sunday Standard, and CEO of Eventxpress Management Services is all set to launch his new Hindi channel.

Chawla took to twitter to announce the launch of this new venture:

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Ideas and suggestions for a soon to go on air new Hindi news channel are welcome from all of you

— Prabhu Chawla (@PrabhuChawla) April 13, 2016

One of India's finest political journalists, Chawla is known for his sharp political analysis and investigative reports. In his 40 years as reporter and editor, he has written extensively on events that changed the political course of India and people who engineered them. He is credited with launching the regional editions of the India Today magazine in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. He has hosted a weekly talk show 'Seedhi Baat' on Aaj Tak, India's most popular television channel.

He was awarded Padma Bhushan by the President for 2003. He has also won several national awards including The Hero Honda-Indian Television Academy (ITA) Best Anchor award for `Seedhi Baat' 2005; TV News Anchor of the year - Telly Awards 2003; TSR Kalapeetham Life Time Achievement Award for 1998; the GK Reddy Memorial Award for investigative reporting and current affairs-1989; and the Feroze Gandhi Memorial Award for excellence in journalism 1985-86.

He was also the Editor of India Today & Editorial Director of the India Today Group of publications; Editor of Indian Express and Financial Express from 1991 to 1996.

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