Former PIO Ramamohan Rao’s book on ‘Conflict Communication’ unveiled
New Delhi, Jan 09 (ANI): Former information and broadcasting minister Manish Tewari on Saturday unveiled former Principal Information Officer I. Ramamohan Rao's book 'Conflict Communication - Chronicles of a Communicator' at a function at India Habitat Centre in Delhi on Saturday. With a book based on Conflict Communication, a conflict of views and vehement communication of the same could not be kept at bay. The presence of former Research and Analysis Wing chief Vikram Sood, senior journalists Kalyani Shankar and Sushant Singh in the panel added to the sharpness of the moment. The book, which will be an inspiration for the people associated with the Indian Information Service, has been published by ANI and Pentagon Press.
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