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A Powerful Seminar on Safety of Journalists at 8th Global Festival of Journalism

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Noida: One sixth of the World stays in India. The media industry is also one of the biggest industries in the World. Journalism is a very lucrative as well as passionate profession but safety of the journalist is also becoming the point of worry and concern initiated Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of International Journalism Centre during 8th Global Festival of Journalism.

Raghvendra Kumar, Helmet Man only talked about the road safety-where Dr. Marwah condensed that we all must keep in mind to use Helmet while driving two wheeler, obey traffic lights and always give way to ambulance

Dr. Sanjay Singh Baghel Media Expert, Delhi University shared some sensitive cases from history and ask journalists to be alert and aware of their circumstances and be vigilant about their surroundings.

Renzu Shah writer, social worker and Commissioner Scouts/guides Jammu and Kashmir spoke the real position of journalism in Kashmir. Dr. Poonam Arora, Professor from Grinnel College, USA explained the ways of journalism and journalist security of USA.

Paresh Rughani, International Motivational Speaker from United Kingdom talked about journalism in England. Anoop Bose filmmaker & Senior Lawyer Supreme Court compared the current situation to the past positions in India.

Dr. Leila Mostofi, Founder Samt VMC, Iran spoke about the dying position of journalist in Iran. Businesswoman Philanthropist from Romania explained indo Romanian comparison.

Richard Turner Historian & Professor from Michigan University USA gave a bird eye view of journalism in USA. Vijai Trivedi, Sr. Journalist, NDTV, Rajesh Badal, Senior Journalist, RSTV shared their own vast experiences with case studies.

Later Dr. Sandeep Marwah presented all the dignities with life membership of International Journalism Centre and Memento of GFJN.

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