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Thomson Foundation invites entries for Young Journalist Award-2017




 Thomson Foundation, in partnership with the UK Foreign Press Association (FPA), invites young journalists from around the world to submit their most compelling stories for the Young Journalist Award-2017.

Now leading into its fifth year, the Young Journalist Award is Thomson Foundation’s annual journalism competition, dedicated to finding and inspiring ambitious and emerging journalistic talent from across the globe.

The competition is open to journalists aged 30 or under from countries with a gross national income per capita of less than $20,000. Those who meet the criteria may submit a portfolio of three published pieces of work produced in the 12 months preceding the deadline for submissions, which is August 18, 2017. They can be in any format — print, audio, video, multimedia or a combination of all four.

Three finalists will be flown to London, spend two nights in the city and attend the prestigious gala award night in November.






Editorial

Précis 2017
From asking his party men to ‘live a simple life and serve the people’ to taunting the BJP for its ‘crocodile tears’, Chief Minister and BJD supremo Naveen Patnaik has not only become politically invincible, he seems to be so in the coming years too.

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Leisure

* Tata Steel Bhubaneswar Literary Meet from Jan 11
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