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Profile of K. Seenivas Reddy:

Com K. Sreenivas Reddy was born in Pallepahad village of Nalgonda district. Com. Sreenivas Reddy was very active in student politics and served All India Student Federation (AISF) in different capacities. After his graduation in Hyderabad he entered the profession of journalism at an early age of 21. Sreenivas Reddy joined Visalandhra, an organ of Communist party of India (CPI) as a reporter and retired there as Editor.  Sreenivas Reddy, who worked as General Secretary and President of APUWJ for long time strived for the protection of rights and welfare of journalists in the state. He worked as both Secretary- General and President of Indian Journalists Union for more than two decades. During his tenure he played a pivotal role in journalist trade union movement in the country.  Read More

Profile of Balwinder:

Com. Balwinder Singh was born in village Gagroula in  Patiala district of  Punjab state. Since his college days he was very active in student politics. In the year 1977 He joined All India Students federation (AISF) and two years later become the Patiala district President of the students union. During 1980-81 Balwinder was elected president of multani mal modi college students council. Next year he joined Punjabi University, Patiala. Read More

Meetings

The Press Club of India is basically a meeting point for the journalists as it is located in the heart of Lutyans Delhi. Read more
The Indian Women’s Press Corps (IWPC) is India’s first association of women journalists. In its silver jubilee year, IWPC can say with pride that it has grown to become an integral part of the capital’s media scene and a popular rendezvous point for women journalists.
The Corps now has a membership of more than 800 journalists including reporters, editors, producers, anchors and cameraperson from across print, TV and Web. Besides 800 members with voting rights, there are 94 Associate members and 18 Corporate members. Readmore
Press Institute of India (PII) Founded in 1963, the Press Institute of India (PII) is an independent non-profit organisation established to create and sustain high and responsible standards of journalism. PII’s training workshops for journalists are focused on a range of issues – from development journalism, women empowerment and child rights to national security, foreign policy and plain writing-reporting-editing. The objective is to equip them with better reporting and writing skills, and to empower them better.. Read more
V.V. Giri National Labour Institute (VVGNLI), an autonomous body of the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India, set up in July 1974, is a premier Institute of Labour Research, Training and Education. Since its inception, the Institute has endeavoured through research, training and publications to reach all those who are concerned with various aspects of labour, both in the organised and unorganised sectors. Readhere

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