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Star India, Zee & Wizcraft partner Press Club for Redink Awards

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MUMBAI: India?s premiere Experiential Marketing and Event Management company, Wizcraft International Entertainment, has partnered with Mumbai Press Club as the official event partner five years in a row for RedInk Awards. Star India is the Presenting Partner for Mumbai Press Club RedInk Awards for Excellence in Journalism 2017, while Aditya Birla Group, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, Zee Entertainment, Eros International, Indiabulls Housing, Dr Reddy?s Laboratories, National Stock Exchange, Nanavati Hospital and JSW Steel are the Award Partners. The Hindu Group and Facebook are the media partners. In its 5th year of partnership with Mumbai Press Club?s Redink Awards, Wizcraft yet again creates a memorable event, right delivering the on-ground execution and management of the event. The RedInk Awards have been instituted to promote noble practices among journalists and encourage good quality writing, fair play and high ethical standards. Mumbai Press Club's The RedInk Awards have been created to raise the bar of news and feature writing in India and to encourage fair play and high ethical standards in media and are the only national recognition for good journalism instituted by a professional body. The much-awaited Award for Excellence in Indian event in the personal calendar of journalists were presented on Wednesday evening at a glittering awards night here at NCPA with veteran journalist Vinod Dua being conferred with the Lifetime Achievement Award and Raj Kamal Jha the Journalist of the Year Award. Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, who was the chief guest for the RedInk awards night, said that he does not buy the argument that there is a threat to the fourth estate. "Constructive journalism always has its own value and at the same time we are open to criticism," he said, narrating his own experience since he took over as the Chief Minister. "Tolerance is in the blood of Indians...India traditionally had been a tolerant society," he said, adding "Our democracy is very strong and it has survived turbulence in the past. The democratic system evolves and corrects itself." On this occasion, Mumbai Press Club felicitated Fadnavis, who played a yeoman?s role in ensuring the passage of the state Journalist Protection Act. The Lifetime Achievement Award has been bestowed on Vinod Dua for his extensive and versatile contribution to journalism in different formats and subjects. He was among the country?s first psephologists, co-anchoring election analysis programs alongside Dr Prannoy Roy on Doordarshan. Dua continues to be an active journalist today as Contributing Editor of The WireHindi.com and anchors a popular news show called ?Jan Gan Man Ki Baat? on the digital platform. The RedInk Award for the ?Journalist of the Year? 2017 given to Raj Kamal Jha, Chief Editor of the Indian Express, for providing exemplary stewardship over the last couple of years to the newspaper; and for providing focus and restoring what it has always been known best for ? investigative journalism. Jha also led from the front to make Indian Express part of an international investigative team that cracked the global money laundering scam known as ?The Panama Papers?. "This award belongs to the Indian Express, the entire team," said Raj Kamal Jha, the Chief Editor of Indian Express, who received the prestigious ?Journalist of the year? for the overall coverage of ''The Panama papers'. He said that receiving the award on 7 June is unique for him as on 7 June, 1996, he had joined the Indian Express. "For us what is important is a good story...and sometimes when we see a good piece from a youngster, we feel that we could not have written it that way," he said expressing hope that good journalism has a bright future. Winners of Redink Awards 2017 POLITICS Print - Radhakrishnan Rariyam Kandath, Frontline TV - Sreenivasan Jain, NDTV SCIENCE & INNOVATION Print - Nithyanand Rao & Virat Markandeya, The Wire TV - Aamir Rafiq Peerzada, NDTV HUMAN RIGHTS Print - Ipsita Chakravarty & Rayan Naqash, Scroll.in TV - Joint Winners, Abhisar Sharma, ABP News & Maya Mirchandani, NDTV BUSINESS Print - Sarika Malhotra, Business Today TV - Archana Shukla, CNBC TV 18 BIG PICTURE Winner - Ashish Sharma, Open Magazine Runner Up - Kunal Pradeep Patil, Hindustan Times ENVIRONMENT Print Joint Winner Tushar Dhara, Sanjay Sawant, Shraddha Ghatge & Neeradh Pandaripande, First Post Raj Narain Mishra, Dainik Jagran TV - Rajesh Kumar, India News SPORTS Print - Swaroop Swaminathan, The New Indian Express TV - Joint Winner, Moumita Sen, India Today TV & Rajeev Mishra, India News HEALTH & WELLNESS Print - Priyanka Vora, Scroll.in TV - Archana Shukla, CNBC TV 18 CRIME Print - Alia Allana, Fountain Ink TV - Atir Khan, India Today TV LIFESTYLE & ENTERTAINMENT Print - Kathakali Chanda, Forbes India TV - Biju Pankaj, Mathrubhumi News SPECIAL IMPACT AWARD - Rahul Kulkarni, ABP Maza MUMBAI STAR REPORTER - Govind Tupe, Sakal JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR - Raj Kamal Jha, Indian Express LIFETIME ACHIVEMENT - Vinod Dua

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