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Prasar Bharti nominates Dr A Surya Prakash as member of NMML Society

30-April-2015
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Prasar Bharti nominates Dr A Surya Prakash as member of NMML Society

Prasar Bharati has announced that the Government of India has nominated its Chairman Dr A Surya Prakash as the Member of the Nehru Memorial Museum & Library Society (NMML).  The NMML Society is headed by Prime Minister of India. 

The NMML plays a key role as a resource centre for promotion of study and research in the field of modern and contemporary Indian history. It organises lectures, seminars etc, in India and abroad to promote and foster academic contacts within India as well as with other countries through exchange of personnel and research materials.

Dr A Surya Prakash, Chairman Prasar Bharati, is an author, a columnist and a leading commentator on Indian Constitutional and Parliamentary issues and Governance.  Dr Surya Prakash has held key positions in several print and electronic media organisations of repute. He has also been a media teacher and has taught media law and ethics.
 

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