The brave last words of Prabhash Joshi. RIP.

9 November 2009

Prabash_JoshiThe full text of the press release issued by the Foundation for Media Professionals (FMP) of the address made by Prabhash Joshi at a seminar held in New Delhi on Wednesday, October 28, 2009, on the blurring of the line between editorial and advertisements in the Indian media. Joshi, a former editor of the Hindi daily Jansatta, passed away last week, nine days after the address.

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One Response to “The brave last words of Prabhash Joshi. RIP.”

  1. komalkumud Says:

    this is time to rally round with the cause to restore the pride and glory of journalism not because of egoist approach but to interfere in the happenings of politico=administration which is a blockade in the way of positive development. kk


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