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राष्ट्रपति को जातिसूचक शब्द कहने पर कन्हैया कुमार पर FIR दर्ज़...

जेएनयू छात्रसंघ के पूर्व अध्यक्ष और 9 फरवरी 2016 के विवादों से लोकप्रिय हुये छात्र नेता कन्हैया कुमार पर गोपेश कृष्ण नामक युवक ने दक्षिणी दिल्ली के नार्थ वसंत कुंज थाने में FIR दर्ज कराया है। 

FIR करने वाले इस युवक का आरोप है कि कन्हैया अपने राजनितिक स्वार्थों की पूर्ति हेतु राष्ट्रपति पर न सिर्फ आरोप लगा रहा है बल्कि उन्हीं के शब्दों में उन्हें जातिसुचक शब्द भी कह रहा है… 

विदित हो कि ये मामला इलाहाबाद में दिलीप सरोज की हत्या से जुड़ा है जिसमें कन्हैया कुमार महमहिम राष्ट्रपति पर दलित होते हुये भी इन हत्याओँ पर कुछ न बोलने का आरोप लगा रहा है… 

Jharkhand Post

How did Canadian journalism implode? By stringing words and saying nothing at all.

Three unrelated articles from three Canadian newspapers are riddled with a whole lot of nothing, but seem to be saying something. That is quite a feat, and Canadian journalism has a knack for it. 947 more words

Alleged Journalism

Cheap media stunts that backfire: We can draw attention to pay disparity, and hope no one notices it goes on in journalism.

Maclean’s tried a cheap stunt with their covers:

The nerdy National Post, as usual, didn’t actually get it. They tried, bless their heads, to compare people not buying the more expensive edition with getting paid to say there wan’t pay disparity because people don’t pay for more expensive things. 173 more words

Alleged Journalism

Dear National Post: Please do not write another word about #MeToo. You have no clue about truth or reality. Just tell the people of Toronto what movies, shows, causes, and restaurants to support that won't make them too nerdy. With cartoony diagrams. And drop the "Investigation" schtick. That's nerdy.

National Post should get out of the news business entirely.

Yes, I covered them as a journalist from the day they were born.

They could be a publication focussed on telling people in Toronto how not to look like total nerds in four main categories: where to dine, what movies to watch, what causes to say you support, and what to watch on Netflix. 921 more words

Alleged Journalism

The sad state of the National Post. Was the Prime Minister joking? Is the Post joking? Journalism so funny that we all forget to laugh. Except it is supposed to be serious.

The nudge and wink of the “A National Post Investigation” is never actually funny. Why the cheese curds in Toronto don’t squeak? Why Canadians on the Prairies may be the world’s biggest Garth Brooks fans?  246 more words

Alexandra Kitty