Media should keep credibility alive: Mehta
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Veteran journalist Vinod Mehta has called upon the media to keep its credibility intact.
Obsering the media was losing credibility, he said the challenge is to keep it intact.
Mehta was speaking at Kesri Wada where he was felicitated at the hands of Deepak Tilak on the occasion of 132nd anniversary of Kesari newspaper.
Mehta was conferred with Lokmanya Tilak Rashtriya Patrakarita Puraskar on the occasion.
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