mid-day city editor Vinod Kumar Menon and senior assistant editor (Investigations) Sharad Vyas made the organisation proud by receiving awards at the prestigious Press Club Mumbai RedInk Awards for excellence in journalism
mid-day bagged two awards at the prestigious Press Club Mumbai RedInk Awards for excellence in journalism.
THIS IS THE ARTICLE THAT GOT VINOD KUMAR MENON THE AWARD: Dangerous new drug 'meow meow' haunts Mumbai youth
Vinon Kumar Menon receives the Press Club RedInk Awards for Excellence in Journalism from Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu yesterday. Pic/Bipin Kokate
mid-day City Editor Vinod Kumar Menon won the award in the Crime category for his report, in April last year, on how youngsters in the city were getting hooked to mephedrone aka meow meow, which was legal at the time.
Sharad Vyas receives the Press Club RedInk Awards for Excellence in Journalism from Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu yesterday. Pic/Bipin Kokate Pics/Bipin Kokate
THIS IS THE ARTICLE THAT GOT SHARAD VYAS THE AWARD: Mumbai's factories are a death trap for workers and the general public
Senior Assistant Editor (Investigations) Sharad Vyas won in the Environment category for his report, last July, on factories in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region storing tonnes of hazardous chemicals with scant regard for rules or the safety of workers and the public at large.
Video: THE LIMITS OF DISSENT - A panel discussion and debate
Video courtesy: YouTube/Mumbai Press Club
A panel discussion and debate on: 'THE LIMITS OF DISSENT' on an eve of Mumbai Press Club Redink Awards. The debate was moderated by Sachin Kalbag, editor, Mid-day. The participants are Shri Suresh Prabhu, Union Railways Minister, senior journalist Shekhar Gupta, NDTV’s Srineevasan Jain and Krishna Prasad, editor-in-chief of Outlook.