Mr. Prem Bhatia was one of the most eminent and influential journalists of our age. During his active career span of six decades, his writings on political and social events were chracterised by independence of judgement, objectivity and exceptional analytical ability.
|Lecture 1 :||Dr. Karan Singh|
“The State of the Nation”
Lecture 2 :
|Justice M. N. Venkatachaliah|
Former Chief Justice of India and Chairperson National Human Rights Commission.
“On faith of the Journalist”
Lecture 3 :
|Prof. A. M. Khusro|
Chairman, 11th Planning Commission
“Indian Economy : Present State, Future Prospects”
Lecture 4 :
|Prof. M. S. Swaminathan|
The Father of the Rice Revolution and current holder
of the UNESCO chair in Eco-Technology
Lecture 5 :
|Mr. Soli J. Sorabjee|
Attorney General of India
Subject :- “Press Freedom : Problems, Perils & Paradoxes”
Lecture 6 :
|Prof. Deepak Nayyar |
Vice Chancellor, University of Delhi.
Subject :- “Democracy and Development: The Indian Experience”
Lecture 7 :
|Prof. Dipankar Gupta |
Professor, Centre For the Study of Social Systems, Jawaharlal Nehru University
Subject :- “Not By Tolerance Alone: Prospects of Secularism in India After Gujrat”
Lecture 8 :
|Hon. Lakshman Kadirgamar |
Senior Adviser to the President on Foregin Affairs, Sri Lanka
Subject :- “The World Order After Iraq”.
|Lecture 9||Prof. Zoya Hasan|
Professor & Chairman of Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
Subject : “Indian Polity Today and the Road Ahead”
|Lecture 10||Mr. Ashok Desai|
For Attorney General for India
Subject : “Dangers to Indian Democracy”.
|Lecture 11||Mr. K.S. Bajpai|
Chairman, Delhi Policy Group, Former Ambassador to Pakistan, China & USA
Subject : “India Engages with the World”
|Lecture 12||Prof. Gowher Rizvi|
Director, Ash Institute for Democratic Governance & Innovation Harvard University
Subject : “Government in the 21st century : Some challenges of governance and democracy in India”
|Lecture 13||Dr. Ashok Mitra|
Subject : Growth For Whom: Choice or Dilemma?
|Lecture 14||Dr. Ayesha Siddiqa|
Subject : “Building Bridges in Unknown Lands : War and Peace in South Asia”
|Lecture 15||Chandrashekhar Dasgupta|
Subject : “Rising China Emerging India and the Rest of the world”
|Lecture 16||Shivshankar Menon|
Subject : “India and the Global Scene”
|Lecture 17||DR. Y.V. Reddy |
Subject : “Global Economic Developments and India”
|Lecture 18||Shyam Saran |
Subject : “Navigating an Altered Landscape: Finding India’s Place in a Changing World”
These Prem Bhatia Memorial Lectures are useful in essay .