Mumbai: The English edition of the Eye Opener, a readers' choice magazine, for the past decade for national and international news including political, social, cultural, cinema sports has been launched in Mumbai. The magazine's first edition of February month was unveiled at an official event in Mumbai. On this occasion, Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Shri Ramdas Athawale, Padma Shri Dr. Soma Ghosh, Chief Editor AK Mishra, Mr. Shyam Singhania, Singer Chandrakala Singh, Ram Shankar, Sneha Shankar, Ms. Simran Ahuja, Joint Custom Commissioners Hemant Tantia and Sunil Pal, Mr. Rajesh Srivastava and Mr. Haresh Mehta were present.
AK Mishra, Chief Editor of Eye Opener, congratulated the entire team for the success of the Hindi edition of the magazine in the presence of key guests and credibility among readers. The eye opener has influenced major readers of the country with national and international news of political, social, cultural, sports, cinema for the past decade, as well as ideological articles to its readers. Now with the launch of the English language edition of the magazine, the magazine's readership will be expanded soon.
On this occasion, AK Mishra Chief Editor, Eye Opener said that with the English version of the magazine, we are joining the readers of another language. We hope that we will do our best with excellent standards of readers and journalism through the reliability and knowledgeable articles of contemporary news.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Shri Ramdas Athawale said that I want to congratulate AK Mishraji and the entire team of the Eye Opener. Media is the fourth and most important pillar of the country, so news of social cultural along with fair news will reach the readers responsibly. I am confident that the English edition of the magazine will also be liked by the readers.
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