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Laurels to Don Bosco Past Pupil
By Bastin Nellissery SDB
Bangalore, Jul. 28. The Management, staff and students of Don Bosco Arts and Science College, Angadikadavu, felicitated Saneesh T. K. a past pupil of the college on the occasion of winning  the prestigious Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Award and Kerala State Television Award 2016 for the his investigative story on M-Sand mining in the state of Kerala.
Saneesh, a post graduate from the Department of Communication and Journalism (2004-2006), Don Bosco Arts and Science College, affiliated to Kannur University, is currently the Associate News Producer of Malayala Manorama TV (MMTV) News channel and co-host of the political satire progrmme, Thiruva Ethirva. He has to his kitty, State Sports Council's G V Raja Award 2014 for Sports Journalism and Mushtaq Award 2014 presented by Calicut Press Club for the Best Sports Journalist.


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