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इंडियन आवाज़     21 Aug 2018 07:45:16      انڈین آواز
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Rajalakshmi’s team win IWPC elections

AMN / NEW DELHI

RajalakshmiA Team led by Ms T.K. Rajalakshmi (Frontline) won the Indian Women’s Press Corps (IWPC) elections held on April 14. The Elections to the Managing Committee of the IWPC were held on April 14, 2018.The following have been elected as Office-Bearers and Executive Committee members of the Indian Women’s Press Corps.

Interestingly there was a tie between Aditi Tondon and Ravinder Bawa for the post of general secretary. elections for which will be held later .

 

 

Office-Bearers:

President: Ms T.K. Rajalakshmi (Frontline)
Vice-Presidents:) Ms Jyoti Malhotra (The Indian Express)
Ms Shobhna Jain (Vision News of India)
Joint Secretary: Ms Shalini Bhardwaj (News X)
Treasurer: Ms Preeti Mehra (The Hindu Business Line)
Executive Committee:

1. Ms Mrinal Pande (The National Herald Group),
2. Ms Suhasini Haidar (The Hindu), 3. Ms Coomi Kapoor (The Indian Express ),
4.Ms Manjari Chatrurvedi (Nav Bharat Times),
5 . Ms Huma Siddiqui (The Financial Express), 6. Ms Maya Mirchandani (Independent Journalist),
7. Ms Annapurna Jha (Central Hall Magazine),
8.Ms Tripti Nath (The Asahi Shimbun),
9.Ms Sarvesh (Freelance photo Journalist),
10 Ms Aditi Kapoor (Freelancer),
11. Ms Parul Sharma (Jansatta), 12. Ms Amiti Sen (The Hindu Business Line),
13. Ms Renu Agal (Freelancer),
14. Ms Vijaya Laxmi (Dainik Bhaskar),
15.Ms Bishakha De Sarkar (Press Trust of India),
16. Ms Madhvi Sally (The Economic Times), 17 .Ms Aditi Bhal (Freelancer), ,
18.Ms Kadambini Sharma (NDTV India),
19.Ms Aditi Nigam (The Wire),
20. Ms Anju Grover (Freelancer),
21.Ms Saroj Dhuliya ( Nav Bharat Times).

T.K. Rajalakshmi
(President)

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