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Zee News Director, Laxmi Goel, pens ‘Pehal’

15-May-2006
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Zee News Director, Laxmi Goel, pens ‘Pehal’

Enthused by the success of ‘Pehal’ on Zee News, the Director of Zee News Group, Laxmi Goel, has taken the initiative to compile select episodes of the programme in his book, ‘Pehal’.

The author draws his inspiration from the show on Zee News, which is about the real life struggles of some ordinary people. The book brings to the fore people who have taken extraordinary efforts, for the benefit of the underprivileged.

Information and Broadcasting Minister Priya Ranjan Dasmunshi launched the book in the Capital on May 12. Speaking on the occasion, an elated Goel said, “I am really moved by the efforts of these ordinary people who are really leading extraordinary lives. They deserve more in their lives. This book should really be reaching out to every corner of the nation, and should inspire our citizens to help the cause within their own limitations and if possible, to open a new front to provide a solution to the problems persisting in their immediate environment.”

Goel further said, “Pehal is an endeavor to encourage and acknowledge these efforts in society which otherwise go unnoticed. Zee News will also continue to highlight these efforts through the programme.” The book will add to the channel’s mission to work for a cause.

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