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What one hand giveth, the other taketh away.
He then fired several shots in the air.
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The decision was taken after Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan met media representative bodies.
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This article discu es the findings of a research study conducted using Media Cloud – an open-source, media analysis platform developed by the MIT Media Lab and the Harvard Berkman Klein Centre,...
I don't watch Indian television. All the serials are the same, all the news channels are just screaming heads and all the movie and song channels have the same six songs/movies on loop. But then again...
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"Why on earth would you swim with sharks?" "Do you have life insurance?" "You're nuts!" "How on earth can you let your daughter do such a thing?" Sharks are pretty dangerous creatures. From their mult...
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Leading feminist portal Feminism In India (FII) recently announced that they have changed their editorial policy and that men won't be allowed to write on women's experiences for them anymore. They al...
The Aarushi Talwar case, the Nirbhaya rape case, the Sheena Bora murder case and most recently the Kanhaiya Kumar incident share a frightening denominator -- that of "trial by media". The media is fast rising as a "janta ki adalat", trying cases and delivering verdicts of its own volition, undermining the administration of criminal justice in India.
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"Yay!" shouted a colleague. "We just got mentioned in the Insta# post of xxx blogger. I am just waiting for the FB post next." Four years ago, when I was at the helm of work in PR, this surely wasn't category A media for clients. Even today I'd like to believe it is not, but I am open to debate.
Social media has emerged as a leading source of news among online users who increasingly acce it on their smartphones, a thinktank said on Wednesday, warning that the embrace of free news was becomin...
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Once a year, every year, there is at least one piece of news that questions the very existence of a viable education system in Bihar. Then, in the spirit of sensationalism, the media bypasses any debate on the education system and makes it a point to highlight everything regressive that can be attached to the state of Bihar. This year, it was the on-camera "examination" of two Bihar board toppers of the intermediate/Class 12th exams.
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So how does one take over a country in the 21st century? It's a lot simpler than you might think. The great European banker, Mayer Rothschild, summed it up beautifully when he said, "Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws" All you need is money, honey. Once you have the cash in hand, here is a simple 10-step guide.
Today, Twitter is being used to play a dirty game, a game that is morally wrong. Fake accounts are produced, fake tweets are sent out in bulk, fake trends are fabricated. Twitter is used to create fake majorities, a use I'm sure you're well aware of, a use that makes the general public reconsider their own opinion; their own choices. This use or, well, misuse, takes place because you're allowing it.