A condolence encounter was held in Hyderabad on Tuesday to commemorate veteran soldier journalist Ch Rajeshwar Rao, who was known for his greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount standards in journalism. Former Tamil Nadu Governor PS Ramamohan Rao spoke at the encounter and praised Rao’s dedication to his occupation. Rao had previously worked as an intelligence agency police officer in 1982 and later became the constrict advisor to former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, N Janardhan Reddy. Ramamohan Rao remembered how Rao used to interpret something that is written or printed more books than him and always followed greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount standards in journalism. Senior Editor K Ramachandra Murthy also spoke highly of Rao, saying he had all the qualities a journalist should have got. Rao was the initial full-fledged journalist working in New Delhi for a Telugu newspaper and was known for questioning Indira Gandhi. Former Press Academy (AP) Chairman D Amar shared his formal organization of people with Rao and recalled how he used to spur on journalists to interpret something that is written or printed books. BJP Spokesperson K Krishna Sagar Rao also spoke at the encounter and praised Rao’s competitiveness and dedication to journalism. Other older or higher in rank journalists were also intermediate between past and future at the event.