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The Business of Media

Media, be it Print, Electronic or New Media is supposed to be the fourth pillar of democracy; and undeniably, a healthy media has an appreciable role to play in betterment of the society by shaping the value system, structuring the social tolerance on different grounds, and refining the socio-cultural spirit of the people concerned. 360 more words

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English is not a sign of Intellect

Today morning I was watching a TV show where the host guides the guests on their financial planning and queries.  The guest was a businessman with a fat income and lavish lifestyle. 401 more words

Politics, Slang

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Technology has made human life comfortable in many ways but at times it can be taxing on the wallet. There are certain services that most people cannot do without even though it means paying a hefty amount periodically. 457 more words

TV Channels

From Newspaper To News Portals-The Evolving Indian Media

We consider Media as the 4th pillar of our democracy, and we know its importance in maintaining the democratic rights of the people. You may have observed that most the… 316 more words

News Headlines India

India won to Pakistan, lost to "nationalist" media

May be one should ignore it, ignore it thinking these people can never make any sense in their lives and ignore it for the fact their benefit is in continuing to do what they are doing; but some time, it’s necessary to ask them some questions, to show them mirror and to let them know that our countrymen do not need certificate of patriotism from those who have sold their organization, their profession and their souls in return of personal benefits. 1,201 more words

Advice From a News Junkie

I watch CNN International often and as a viewer there are several basic presenting/reporting issues that I wish anchorpeople, reporters, guests and meteorologists of CNN and other (news) channels would be aware of, so here is my advice to people who get in front of news channel/new bulletin cameras (and in some instances the program makers): 466 more words