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By: Settu Shankar
Friday, October 05, 2007
CJA, a registered body for film journalists has been emerged as a savior of media representatives of the industry a couple of years ago at a critical situation. The association was founded by Mr.Ayyappa Prasad, a known journalist with more than 50 members in 2005.
Mr.Tamilanban, Mr. Ravi Shankar has been elected as the President and General Secretary respectively last year for the Association.
The new executive body has decided to bring an official news letter of the Association from October, 2007.
The first copy of the news letter has been released by Parithi Ilamvazhuthi, the Minister for information and Publicity on Thursday morning at his official residence Chennai.
Earlier, Tamilanban has submitted a petition containing various demands and requests including Govt. Identity Card, free bus pass, house plot etc., for the film journalists.
Other functionaries of CJA Venuji (Deputy President), Radha Raj (Joint Secretary), Bismi (Joint Secretary), Major Dasan (Treasurer), Dr.S.Shankar (Executive Member), Muthu Rathina Sakthivel (Executive Member) were also attended the occasion.