A delegation of the Goa Press Accreditation Committee (GPAC) met the Punjab Government's Director Public Relations, Mrs. Anindita Mitra on Wednesday to discuss various issues related to accredited journalists.Views were exchanged on various issues regarding facilities being provided to accredited journalists by the Directorate of Public Relations such as medical facilities, insurance, parking, bus and rail travel facility. The queries raised by the members about the press accreditation rules and other issues were also clarified by the officers of the Directorate. Of particular interest for members from both sides was the challenge of the Internet age.Mitra opined that such type of interactions between two or more government departments should take place on a regular basis.An informal interaction was also held between the accredited journalists of Punjab and Goa at Punjab Bhawan, Chandigarh. Issues of common interest were deliberated upon. The team members expressed keen interest in the different aspects of the media operations. The challenges, some of them common, faced by media in both Punjab and Goa, constituted a key aspect of the discussions.Earlier, the eleven member GPAC delegation, led by Mr.Raju Nayak, Editor of Lokmat and the Chairperson of the Committee and Mr. T.S. Sawant, Director of Information & Publicity Goa-cum- Member Secretary GPAC visited Punjab Vidhan Sabha and evinced keen interest in the arrangements and seating plan observed in the Vidhan Sabha Media Gallery.The delegation, which came to Punjab on September 25 would round off its visit on September 28 after viewing the historic Retreat Ceremony in Amritsar.