Brilliant! Reuters' Danish Siddiqui bags Pulitzer, does Indian media proud

Tuesday, 17 April 2018 0 comments

Mumbai Press Club has expressed its happiness that Reuters photo journalist Danish Siddiqui has won the Pulitzer Prize for international reporting and photography.

Danish, the first Indian photojournalist to win Pulitzer, was part of Reuters team that walked away with the coveted prize on Monday.

Press Club secretary Dharmendra Jore said: The Pulitzers, the most prestigious awards in American journalism, recognized Reuters in international reporting for exposing the methods of police killing squads in Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs, and for feature photography documenting the Rohingya refugee crisis in Myanmar and Bangladesh.

Sharing his happiness with us, Danish said, “I hope our pictures and this recognition in the form of Pulitzer will be able to make a positive difference to the Rohingya crisis which is far from over. I feel honoured as its the first time an Indian photojournalist has been awarded Pulitzer."

Well done, Danish! PRapport too shares your joy.

For details, please check this link:
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-pulitzer/reuters-wins-pulitzers-for-philippines-reporting-rohingya-photography-idUSKBN1HN2PY

#HillGayaKalGaya

Sunday, 8 April 2018 0 comments

Pl check this and support the social communication campaign to save the hills:


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Transform or Perish - Day 2. March 10, 2018. Pune. India

Thursday, 5 April 2018 0 comments


Transform or Perish - Day 1. March 09, 2018. Pune

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Young Communicators Conclave. March 09, 2018. Pune

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PRCI Media person of the Year (2014-15) 'Partho' is no more

Tuesday, 3 April 2018 0 comments



We regret to inform you that veteran business journalist Parthasarathi Swami, Managing Editor of Business India, passed away around 11 pm on Monday.
Partho, as he was fondly called, began his career with the Anand Bazar Patrika group where he was with Business Standard. Later, he joined India Today and then Business World. He had a brief stint with Sunday Observer before joining Business India.
A journalist with immense sense of pride, Partho did several stories - analytical and  hard  hitting. He had been a long standing member of Mumbai Press Club.
Partho was recipient of PRCI Media person of the Year award in print category.
A resident of Seawoods, Nerul, Navi Mumbai, Partho was cremated at Belapur, Navi Mumbai this morning.
He leaves behind wife Alka, daughter Nisha and son Nikhil.
PRCI, Mumbai Press Club pay tributes to Parho's memory and offer condolences to Alka, Nisha and Nikhil.
-Editor

From Knowledge Forums to Grooming - PRCI defines novelty in Communication

Saturday, 31 March 2018 0 comments

An exclusive interview with Vikipedia

B N Kumar, popular as BNK24x7, has recently been elevated as the Chairman of Governing Council of Public Relations Council of India (PRCI) during the organisation’s 12thGlobal Communication Conclave held at Pune. He was earlier the national president of PRCI – the leading organisation of PR, corporate communication, media, HR, advertising professionals and mass communication teachers and students – where he led to the successful conduct of six global meets.

BNK, also an executive director at Concept PR, has over decades of experience having entered his journalism classes at Osmania University, as he says, in June 1975 when Indira Gandhi declared the infamous Emergency. In this free-wheeling chat with Richa Seth, BNK discusses what unique work PRCI has been doing and how he intends to take the professional body forward. Please check this link
http://www.vikypedia.in/pr-body-beyond-partying-prci-shows-way/

 
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