Commentary > Uniform hysteria
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  • K SHESHU BABU

    The ‘ paid’ mainstream media is playing it’s ‘ biased’ part to perfection in raking up sentiments of patriotism and nationalism. While many fake reports and one-sided discussions are being telecast/ broadcast as prime time programs, the questions arising on these debates are not being considered for discussion. When anyone tries to point out, the person is being shouted down as ‘ anti- national’ or extremist. This is a bad phase of democracy and people are being forcefed by misinformation . As long as media is under the control and surveillance of the powers that be, hope of impartial information may be a mirage. Alternative methods of logical dissemination of information must be developed to make public aware of the fake news and appreciation of harsh realities. Time is running out …..

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