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Five scribes from HK region chosen for awards

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GULBARGA: Bangalore-based Patrakartara Vedike has selected five journalists from Hyderabad Karnataka region for the annual Hugar Memorial Media Awards.

Awardees

The four journalists who have been chosen are Devu Pattar of Prajavani (Bidar district); Subhash Banagar, sub-editor, Samyukta Karnataka in Gulbarga; Nagayya Swamy Bommanalli, editor of Bommanalli Suddhi, published from Chitapur taluk in Gulbarga district; Anil Deshpande of Udayavani ( Yadgir), and Bhimaraya Hadinal of Udayavani (Raichur).

Function

The awards will be presented to the journalists at an annual function on July 1 at Nayana Hall, Kannada Bhavan in the city.

Chairman of the Karnataka State Human Rights Commission, S.R. Nayak, and Senior Director of Bangalore Doordarshan Kendra, Mahesh Joshi, would be conferring the awards to the journalists.

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