New Delhi, Delhi, India | 4th December 2019: Launched by the National Institute of Engineering & Research (NIER), New Delhi, the Fourth edition of the Worldwide Impact Awards – 2019 was organized recently at the Russian Centre of Science & Culture, Embassy of Russian Federation, New Delhi. The awards recognize excellence in journalism and felicitates representatives from Corporate Houses, Publishers/Publications, Professional Leaders, and Entrepreneurs and even individuals for their continued commitment to excellence, developing best practices and innovative strategies for growth across sectors.

‘Daily Excelsior’ Biggest English Newspaper of Jammu & Kashmir Bags Honour at 4th Worldwide Impact Awards - 2019
From Right to Left Dr. Abhiram Kulshreshtha – Director General, NIER, Mr. Anu Malik – Music Director & amp; Singer presenting Explanatory Journalism Award to Dr. H.S. Paul – Delhi Bureau Chief, and Sharan Kaur – Chief Manager (Delhi Office), Daily Excelsior

As part of a grand ceremony, Daily Excelsior – the largest circulated English daily of Jammu & Kashmir region was conferred with the award for “Explanatory Journalism – 2019” for its factual, detailed and easy reporting on matters of regional and national importance. The Award was given to Dr. H. S. Paul, Delhi Bureau Chief and Sharan Kaur, Chief Manager (Delhi Office), Daily Excelsior by noted Music Director and Singer – Anu Malik and Dr. Abhiram Kulshreshtha – Director General, NIER.

Expressing his views on the felicitation, Dr. H. S. Paul, Delhi Bureau Chief, Daily Excelsior said, “It is an honour for the management of Daily Excelsior to receive such a recognition. We are a household name in the region and millions of readers look up to us as far credible media reporting is concerned. This win inspires us to continually put in our best and keep the spirit of journalism flying high.”

The award ceremony was graced by Swamy Sachidanand Tirath, Acharya Shailesh Tiwari (of International fame) along with hundreds of people from different walks of life. A play Dastak was also performed by a group of more than 60 youths at the beginning of the Award Ceremony.

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