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Bangabandhu Media Centre

The Press Club of India (PCI) was established in 1958 in the heart of New Delhi, on Raisina Road. It has over 4,000 members, representing various newspapers, periodicals, TV channels and portals. In September, the Bangladesh Government established a Bangabandhu Centre at this venue, the first of its kind in the history of the PCI. It comes in the year of the birth centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Father of the Nation of Bangladesh. It also is the 50th year of Independence of Bangladesh, and the 50th year of establishment of diplomatic ties between India and Bangladesh. An inspirational documentary on the life of Bangabandhu was screened on the occasion. Mr Gautam Lahiri, former President of PCI, initiated proceedings

By Coverage by Sayantan Chakravarty


Mr Shaban Mahmood, Minister (Press), Bangladesh High Commission signing a Memorandum of Understanding with Mr Vinay Kumar, Secretary General of the Press Club of India, in the presence of (from left, in the background) Mrs Farida Yeasmeen, President of National Press Club of Bangladesh, H.E. Mr Muhammad Imran, High Commissioner of Bangladesh to India, Dr. Hasan Mahmud, Honorable Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Mr Umakant Lakhera, President, Press Club of India on September 6, 2021 at the Press Club of India.


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