South Asia’s Achieve­ment

Southasia - - Editor’s Mail -

It is heart­warm­ing to know that South Asia Mag­a­zine is the win­ner of the pres­ti­gious US Ge­n­e­sis Award 2013 in the Brigitte Bar­dot In­ter­na­tional Print Cat­e­gory. I have been read­ing this mag­a­zine for a long time and find its ar­ti­cles and con­tent at par with in­ter­na­tional stan­dards. The dif­fer­ent sec­tions of the mag­a­zine cover top­ics per­tain­ing to pol­i­tics, busi­ness, ed­u­ca­tion, health, econ­omy and the list goes on. The mag­a­zine’s unique sell­ing propo­si­tion is its prime fo­cus on the events, news, and per­son­al­i­ties it cov­ers from the South Asian re­gion. More­over, the read­ers get to know the lat­est news from Pak­istan, Afghanistan, and In­dia and also from Nepal and Bhutan, land­locked coun­tries which do not at­tract global me­dia at­ten­tion. Hav­ing in­ter­est in busi­ness and economics, I be­lieve that South Asia has proved its met­tle by pub­lish­ing orig­i­nal and qual­ity con­tent which has aug­mented the mag­a­zine’s cred­i­bil­ity over time. South Asia Mag­a­zine’s ef­forts in rais­ing aware­ness about an­i­mal is­sues must be ac­knowl­edged and re­ceiv­ing the US Ge­n­e­sis Award 2013 is a tes­ti­mony to mag­a­zine’s ef­forts to pub­lish ar­ti­cles and fea­tures to pre­vent an­i­mal cru­elty and pro­mote an­i­mal aware­ness. My best wishes are for the en­tire edi­to­rial team of South Asia Mag­a­zine and I hope that the pub­li­ca­tion achieves greater ac­co­lades in the fu­ture.

Oliver Ful­ton Wash­ing­ton, DC, USA

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