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“Media of Assam is  fast losing its relevance”  Mrinal Talukder, a senior journalist of Assam said in the workshop on Grassroots  Journalism and Governance,  Organized by NEST Supported by The Hunger Project on 30th May 2009 in Sri Sri Tuwakanta Natya Moncha, Koronga, Jorhat District, Assam. The ever decreasing credibility of various newspapers and TV channels among the mass people of the state is of major concern to the media as a whole, he added.

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“Media of Assam is  fast losing its relevance”  Mrinal Talukder, a senior journalist of Assam said in the workshop on Grassroots  Journalism and Governance,  Organized by NEST Supported by The Hunger Project on 30th May 2009 in Sri Sri Tuwakanta Natya Moncha, Koronga, Jorhat District, Assam. The ever decreasing credibility of various newspapers and TV channels among the mass people of the state is of major concern to the media as a whole, he added.Total 33 numbers of Rural Journalists of Jorhat District gathered in this workshop to discuss various issues of...
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