Monday, November 27, 2006

Xinhua boss visits his branch office in Delhi

Journalists have to do what is legal: Xinhua chief

Tian Congmin, president of the Chinese Xinhua news agency, visited the New Delhi offices of The Hindu on Monday afternoon and interacted with journalists. The Hindu Editor-in-Chief N. Ram and New Delhi Chief of Bureau Harish Khare were present.

Mr. Tian, who is a member of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party since 1998, chairs the All-China Journalists Association.

Its year-end and time for appraisals. The boss has come down to assess the performance of the staff over the past year. CBCNN has done fairly well, following all the guidelines laid down by the Chinese Communist Party. N.Ram must be expecting a little more than 30 silver coins for his stupendous service to his fatherland. But Tian Congmin is likely to cut his pay because the cost of silver has risen substantially this year.

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