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September 24, 2006
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September 24, 2006

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Sangh Samachar

Bapurao Lele journalism award presented
?No need to fear from globalisation??Dr Vijay Bhatkar


"There is no need for India to fear from globalisation. The first phase of globalisation, in which the developed nations influenced the whole world, is over. In the second phase, which has begun, it is the turn of India to influence the world. India will rule the world because of its technological advancements and the Vedic and spiritual knowledge of the country will spread world over. Today, there is no power in the world to defeat India in the field of computer technology,? said Dr Vijay Bhatkar, noted computer expert who has been honoured with Padmashri award for his outstanding contribution in the development of super computer. He was speaking at the fourth Bapurao Lele memorial lecture and award presentation ceremony held in Sangali (Maharashtra) on ?Globalisation and Challenges before Indian Media?.

Dr Bhatkar said though the electronic media has gained much significance today, there is no need to worry, as it will play a vital role in making India a super power. ?We should keep in mind an important change that has wondered the whole world. In the computer field India is on the top and no country of the world can now compete with India on this front. Not only this, India is going to have the largest number of English-speaking people in the world. In the coming years, the computer technology, software and hardware engineers and the knowledge of English will make us super power,? he said. He pointed that instead of the much-publicised brain drain problem, a new trend of brain-gain has begun in India. He said computer technology would also bring prosperity in the country. Using all these instruments India will bring a revolution in the world. ?I have no doubt about it,? he added.

On the occasion, Bapurao Lele award was presented to noted Marathi journalist and former editor of Tarun Bharat (Pune) Shri C.P. Bhishikar. Dada Saheb Apte photo journalism award was presented to Shri Jayant Harkare of Nagpur. While the women journalism award was granted to Smt Subhadra Chaukar of Mumbai. All the awards were presented by Dr Deepak Tilak, Vice-Chancellor of Maharashtra Vidyapeeth, Pune. Shri Achyutanand Mishra, Vice-Chancellor of Makhanlal Chaturvedi Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal, Shri Sachidanand Joshi, Vice-Chancellor of Kushabhau Thakare Journalsim and Mass Communication Institute, Raipur, Dr N.M. Ghatate, president of Bapurao Lele Award selection committee and Shrikant Joshi, veteran Sangh Pracharak also spoke on the occasion.

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