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  In his momentous work, “The Age of Reason”. Thomas Paine (1737-1809) has said that the greatest tyranny in the world is to tie the future generation to a set of dogmas and beliefs.  

Hari Jaisingh, former Editor of The Tribune group of publications, has had a distinguished journalistic career spread over a period of 38 years. He has worked in senior positions with several leading Indian newspapers, including The Tribune, The Indian Express, National Herald, the Business & Political Observer.

A keen observer of Indian and global developments, Jaisingh was also a contributor to the Morning Telegraph and The Guardian, London. He occasionally participates in television programmes.

A graduate from St. Xavier's College, Calcutta, Jaisingh has a Masters degree from Jadavpur University, Calcutta

A strong advocate of the freedom of the Press and a value-based democratic system, he is totally committed to public causes and human rights of various sections of society, especially the poor, the downtrodden and the innocent. He has a reputation of being a crusader against socio-economic ills and corrupt practices.

Widely travelled, Jaisingh has been associated with professional bodies such as, the Press Council of India, the Press Guild of India, the Namedia Foundation, the National Commission for Cooperation with UNESCO. He is also on the Senate of various universities. He was President of Editors Guild of India (2002-2004).

  Hari Jaisingh is the author of several books.For further details  
  Awards and Honours  
  • Doordarshan (Jalandhar) produced in 2002, a 30-minute documentary "Kalam Seenche Sanch" on Hari Jaisingh's crusading role as a journalist.

  • Amar Shahed Lala Jagat Narain Award for onerous services in the field of journalism (1995).

  • LMA Dayanand Munjal Award in recognition for "excellent performance in creating public awareness towards an informed society" (September 2002).

  • Adeeb International Award for recognition of "distinctive qualitative service and contribution to journalism and promotion of fraternal bonds, social harmony and human dignity (March 29, 2003).
  Painting, chess, yoga, theatre (has directed plays and acted in school and college and won the best actor award at St Xaviers), travelling and meeting people from different walks of life.