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PM Narendra Modi: Media should focus more on Indians than politicians
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PM Narendra Modi: Media should focus more on Indians than poli...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 6 November urged the media to focus more on Indians rather than just the politicians. Speaking at the 75th anniversary celebrations of Daily Thanthi newspaper at the Madras University, Prime Minister Modi said, "A lot of media ... catchnews.com, 1 week ago
Media is a mean of transforming society: PM Modi Business Standard, 1 week ago
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Press freedom does not include freedom to be factually incorrect: PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the platinum jubilee function of the Tamil newspaper, Daily Thanthi in Chennai. Excerpts from his speech...  -- Today, newspapers do not just give news. They can also mould our thinking and open a window to the world. -- In a broader context, media is a means of transforming society. That is why we refer to the media as the fourth pillar of democracy. -- The then British Government was fearful of the Indian Vernacular Press. It was to muzzle vernacular ...
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#MeToo: Indian men don't see sexism as a huge problem

'I see liberal men shocked at the flood of #MeToo on their timelines, men who rail against these terrible things, but who haven't had the slightest idea how many of their friends and family have suffered under their noses, nor how much,' says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com When Nirbhaya was dying in a Delhi hospital in 2012, India saw huge, anguished citizens' protests. A rattled United Progressive Alliance administration clamped down on the protests. Many people didn't see ...
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Government planning to revitalise Doordarshan: Smriti Irani

[India], Oct.5 (ANI): The government is planning to revitalise the Doordarshan, according to Information and Broadcasting and Textiles Minister Smriti Irani. The minister confirmed this while answering a question by a participant of the CyFy 2017, organised ...
 Sify1 month ago

India's misjudgement 'China will not fight' is very dangerous: Global Times

[China], August 26 (ANI): Indian decision-makers underestimate China's "daring" and determination to fight. It would not be surprising if they should have such an impression.An editorial in the state-run media outlet Global Times said. The editorial published ...
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MMRDA fails to recover dues worth Rs. 3,000 cr: RTI activist Anil Galgali

[India], October 6 (ANI): The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has failed to recover its own Rs. 3,000 crore dues, alleged Right to Information Act (RTI) activist Anil Galgali. The list of defaulter consists of who's who ranging from ...
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After PM Abbasi's statement, Pakistan is in for some rare criticism in Valley

In a rare turn of events, Pakistan is in for some criticism in Valley. The provocation for such a turn in sentiment is a statement made by Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, ruling out independence as an option for the state. Addressing a recent ...
 catchnews.com5 days ago

Jeet Thayil: A Poet’s Fiction

THE ARRIVAL OF Jeet Thayil’s new novel The Book of Chocolate Saints (Aleph; 501 pages; Rs 799) was heralded not by the usual melee of reviews and interviews. Instead, Jeet Thayil chose to interview Jeet Thayil in a national daily newspaper. Here was ...
 Open Magazine1 week ago

Caught between worship and blame

200 years on, the legacy of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan -- the man behind the Aligarh Muslim University -- hangs between two extremes.Mohammad Sajjad brings much needed perspective to the debate. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan: 1817 to 1898.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   As the birth bicentenary of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (1817-1898) -- a realist-pragmatist of 19th century India, a distinguished reformer, and founder of the MAO College (now the Aligarh Muslim University) -- is being celebrated, one ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Burning Embers

EVEN WHEN TISHANI Doshi writes of the strange gratitude of ‘not being in the nicer hotel,’ for the inspiration that comes ‘Because if it weren’t for this mouse-spiced/ air, this particular desire to be anywhere/ but here, how else to turn the howl/ ...
 Open Magazine3 weeks ago
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