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The bias of commercial surrogacy must be smashed

The shockingly low USD 27,000, Rs 20 lakh in Indian currency, was offered to a commercial surrogate Mimi, in the film, by a foreign childless couple, a steal in comparison to what they would have to pay for the same in the US, was played out as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the aspiring actress. Sadly, the perception sticks with the viewers even despite India having initiated a legislation to ban commercial surrogacy. Little wonder then that, over the last decade, the Who’s Who of the Hindi Film Industry – fully aware of a strict legislation on surrogacy on its way in India - rushed to get themselves children born through surrogacy before the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill comes into effect. Almost all of them may not qualify for surrogacy, should they apply for the same, under the new law.

Why Ravish Kumar is more dangerous than other contemporary news anchors

Anchors like Ravish Kumar who declare themselves neutral and inert to any political influence are the most dangerous ones because they can camouflage their political narratives as news by decorating it with false but sensational information, relatable characters and conventional ‘Governments don’t care about poor’ sentiments.

Fake news plague hits ‘The Hindu’: Not only the BJP but nation is also a victim

The fake news plague, widely prevalent in websites like 'The Wire' and 'The Print', have now hit the mainstream media like The Hindu, IANS, Business Standard which is dangerous to the democratic fabric of the nation.

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