Student pens book on Sharadaprasad

MYSORE: A book written and edited by Ramesh R Handrangi, a first year journalism student of University of Mysore called ‘Sada Smaraneeya... H Y Sharadaprasad’ was released at EMMRC Hall

Published: 16th April 2012 09:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:33 PM   |  A+A-

MYSORE: A book written and edited by Ramesh R Handrangi, a first year journalism student of University of Mysore called ‘Sada Smaraneeya...

H Y Sharadaprasad’ was released at EMMRC Hall in Manasa Gangotri on Sunday.

The book is dedicated to the Maharaja College of Mysore, where Sharadaprasad, the renown journalist studied.

Neeraja Achyutha Rao, younger sister of H Y Sharadaprasad, said that her brother was never misused the position.

After releasing the book, litterateur Prof Kalegowda Nagavara said Sharada Prasad had served three prime ministers of India as media adviser.

His way of life and profession should be a model to budding journalists, he said.

The first part of the book has been written by Ramesh and the second part contains a collection of articles by noted litterateurs Dr S L Bhyrappa and Dr U R Anantha Murthy and senior journalists S V Jayasheela Rao among others

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