“We need to change the way news is presented. Positive news must be the significant piece of mediums, cynicism spreads a great deal of antagonism in the general public. A balancing act is required in today’s journalism “, said K.L. Ganju (Consulate General of Republic of Comoros to India).
“Being a journalist implies the most responsible profession and you can’t take even one single event easy. Journalists are the soldiers of the general public and keep us all alert of what’s going on in the nation”, added Ricardo A Berna (Charge d’ Affaires Embassy of Panama in New Delhi).
“After sun rays it is radio waves which cover the surface of the world to the extreme. Radio has played an essential inning in past and it has been revived now in most recent couple of year”, said Kulwinder Singh Kang (former Additional Director All India Radio, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Government of India).
Sunil Dang (Editor in Chief Day After Magazine and member Press Council of India), Sayeed Ansari (Deputy Editor and Anchor Aaj Tak), Paul Song (Director International Youth Fellowship Korea) and Onuel Ulka (President Nigerian Students Association and CEO IIruka International) likewise talked from the dais.
Later Dr. Sandeep Marwah (President of the Festival) honoured every one of the dignitaries with the Life Membership of International Journalism Center of ICMEI and memento of the celebration.