Monday, March 1, 2021

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Media's selective outrage

Understanding issues around Fake News

There have been plenty of instances where the reportage by a media house turns out to be false or if the reportage is not false in its entirety but therein elements deliberately introduced to cater a narrative of the which media house try to propagate, the reporter reporting such news piece cannot be said to be a reporter rather can be said to as an opinion influencer.

The many arguments of anti-Modi intellectuals

Prime Minister Modi has often been criticised by media and general public on many fronts. A close look at Modi’s performance will definitely refute these negative criticisms.

Tales of the Lutyens’ top cops

During the last few months, Lutyen Czars took upon themselves the duty to shower respects on two of so called Top Cops. If they thrust 'Top Cops' on any ex. Police Officer, its not for nothing. One is Ved Marwah, who passed away recently, and the other is Julio Ribero.

Freedom of press vis a vis national interest: “UPSC JIHAD” show

With rights comes the duty so it is duty of the press not to deliver one-sided information, disinformation, misinformation, non information because all results to one thing that is uninformed citizenry that frustrates the very purpose of democracy.

The decline in leftist media

The industry, which has hitherto been infested with leftist propagandists, appears to be slowly turning right. The once-popular newspapers and television channels lost their sheen and are on a decline.

An elephant outrage

Now everyone had completely forgotten about the poor elephant and how she died while everyone is focused on which religion the accused turn out to be from. A deliberate attempt was made to whitewash the sins of the accused.

The politics and commerce of anti-Hindu content in mass media

In the past few years in India, we have come across an unusual situation where a number of mass media outlets seem to be “two timers” as in one branch of the organization will support the nationalist narrative and the other will support the leftist narrative.

Media: A stain on democracy

if media houses (considered as fourth pillar of democracy) really want to help migrant workers they should have done that and this crisis was got resolved till now, but what they worried for is just only for their so-called "prime time show reports".

Ajaz Ashraf, of The Scroll, with his WRONG interpretation about a freedom fighter, says Savarkar justified the idea of rape as a political tool

Savarkar quotes Ravana saying, “What? To abduct and rape the womenfolk of the enemy, do you call it irreligious? It is Parodharmah, the greatest duty!” The actual text quotes in Sanskrit as राक्षसांनां परो; धर्म: परदारा विघर्षणम् However, what the Scroll writer conveniently ignores is “राक्षसांनां”. According to the quoted statement, it’s the duty of a demon/monster.

Selectivity, national interest and media

Can we practice selectivity in the national interest? Truth can be delayed but cannot be avoided.

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