Manjari Joshi


Manjari Joshi
Manjari Joshi
Born 19th March
Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh) India
Occupation Freelance Journalist, Writer and Translator
Nationality Indian
Education B.Sc.(Hons) Chemistry, M.A. Russian Language and Literature
Alma mater University of Delhi, Jawaharlal Nehru University
Genres Books, journalistic articles and reviews
Subjects Culture, Gender
Notable work(s) "Bharatiya Sangeet Ki Parampara"
Spouse(s) Prof. Hemant Joshi
Children Piyush and Gunjan

Manjari Joshi (मंजरी जोशी) is a TV newsreader/Anchor of the Indian PSB "Doordarshan" [1][2] .[3] She is the eldest daughter of Famous Hindi Poet and Journalist Raghuvir Sahay.

She is also a translator for Russian to English and Hindi. She has written many articles for various newspapers. These days she is occupied with training and teaching of Television journalism.[4][5]

Manjari Joshi passed her graduation in chemistry with Honours from Miranda House in Delhi University. She continued her higher studies in Russian Language, Literature and Civilisation with specialisation in Translation and Interpretation. She work as freelance conference Interpreter and also served NTPC, New Delhi as professional Interpreter.

Bibliography

  • "Selected Works of Abai Kunnanbev"/अबई कुनानबेव चयनिका/ (1995),(Translations:Hem Chandra Pande, Variyam Singh, Manjari Joshi, Archana Upaddhyaya), Sahitya Academy, New Delhi ISBN 81-7201-815-0
  • Bharatiya Sangeet ki Parampara/भारतीय संगीत की परंपरा/ (2002), National Book Trust, New Delhi. ISBN 81-237-3985-0
  • Writing for Media (2011), (co author Prof. Hemant Joshi), Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi. ISBN 978-81-259-4866-7
  • Fundamentals of Journalism and Mass Communication (2011), (co author Prof. Hemant Joshi), Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi. ISBN 978-81-259-4807-0
  • Communication for Development (2011), (co author Prof. Hemant Joshi), Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi. ISBN 978-81-259-4817-9

References

  1. ^ Doordarshan Diwas The Times of India,January 6, 2008.
  2. ^ Blog on World Malayalees: Alakananda of Asianet Alakananda of Asianet,July 28, 2006.
  3. ^ Blog on Rediffiland: Doordarshan Rediffiland,May 3, 2007.
  4. ^ IIMM, New Delhi IIMM,New Delhi.
  5. ^ NRAI, New Delhi NRAI,New Delhi.

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