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Editors Guild of India announces new Working Committee

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Editors Guild of India announces new Working Committee

The Editors Guild of India has announced its new Working Committee. The Committee was announced by Guild President N Ravi.

According to Ajay Upadhyay, General Secretary, Editors Guild of India, the 15-member Working Committee includes Sachidanand Murthy, Raj Chengappa, Shravan Garg, Barkha Dutt, Coomi Kapoor, Shekhar Gupta, Jaydeep Bose, Sanjay Narayan, MK Razdan, Vijay Naik, Seema Chishti, Sheela Bhatt, and Kumar Ketkar, among others.

Along with these members, BG Varghese, Kuldip Nayar, S Nihal Singh and Mrinal Pande have been roped in as specially invited members, while Krishna Prasad and Prakash Dube have been made the Committee’s associate members.

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