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Manik Sarkar calls upon media to be objective

Agartala, Feb 2 Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar has called upon the media community to be objective in reporting news and involve themselves more in academic exercise for professional excellence. Mr Sarkar accompanied by his Cabinet colleagues Finance Minister Badal Choudhury and Information Minister Anil Sarkar inaugurated the new building of Agartala Press Club last evening in the heart of the city. ''The Left Front government led by late Nripen Chakraborty had started the Agartala Press Club in a two-storied house in 1983 and our government spent Rs two crore for constructing a new building with conspicuous architecture. We hope now the old building would be managed properly for professional purpose,'' Mr Sarkar said.
Finance Minister Choudhury pointed out that since journalism is known to be a noble profession, ''it is expected that Agartala Press Club would take an exceptional role for development of professional skill of the journalists.'' ''We are thankful to the state government for offering us such a beautiful building with well-equipped media centre, guest rooms, three auditoriums, library and all other modern facilities in a prime location. Undoubtedly the infrastructure of Agartala Press Club is one of the best in the country,'' Press Club Secretary Pranab Sarkar said. He added that the club management had already taken several steps for professional skill upgradation of the journalists of Tripura. Agartala, Feb 2 Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar has called upon the media community to be objective in reporting news and involve themselves more in academic exercise for professional excellence. Mr Sarkar accompanied by his Cabinet colleagues Finance Minister Badal Choudhury and Information Minister Anil Sarkar inaugurated the new building of Agartala Press Club last evening in the heart of the city. ''The Left Front government led by late Nripen Chakraborty had started the Agartala Press Club in a two-storied house in 1983 and our government spent Rs two crore for constructing a new building with conspicuous architecture. We hope now the old building would be managed properly for professional purpose,'' Mr Sarkar said.
Finance Minister Choudhury pointed out that since journalism is known to be a noble profession, ''it is expected that Agartala Press Club would take an exceptional role for development of professional skill of the journalists.'' ''We are thankful to the state government for offering us such a beautiful building with well-equipped media centre, guest rooms, three auditoriums, library and all other modern facilities in a prime location. Undoubtedly the infrastructure of Agartala Press Club is one of the best in the country,'' Press Club Secretary Pranab Sarkar said. He added that the club management had already taken several steps for professional skill upgradation of the journalists of Tripura.