Receiving the RNG Award from Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu at a ceremony in Delhi in December 2017.
Saha won the prestigious Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Awards for the year 2016 for his Kashmir reporting, under the category “Reporting From J&K And The Northeast”.
His entry was a series of reports covering the five-month-long summer unrest of 2016 in the Valley, following the killing of militant commander Burhan Wani, that left over a hundred people dead and thousands injured.
Here are links to the 14 submitted stories on the Hindustan Times website:
- Notebook, Messi T-shirt: Poignant memories of youngest victims of Kashmir crisis
- In violence-hit J-K, pellet victims carry dreams in their eyes
- Kashmir Reader’s employees find their livelihoods hampered post govt censure
- HC directs J-K govt to protect schools as more buildings get burnt in unrest
- Khurram Parvez’s arrest opens a can of worms
- Despite injuries, Kashmir pellet victims stay defiant, yearn for ‘azadi’
- Physical injuries leave behind mental scars in strife-torn Kashmir Valley
- As mobile internet remains cut off, youth turn Wi-fi hackers in Kashmir
- Caught in the line of fire: The lives of CRPF men in Kashmir
- Protesters allege security guard’s death in Srinagar was cold blooded murder
- One month on, Kashmir Valley remains caught between curfew and shutdown
- Why Kashmiris hate ‘Indian media’
- When the press came to a halt: Life in Kashmir without newspapers
- Cops face their ‘own people’ in line of duty