Media

All India Radio does true reporting while TV channels set agenda instead of reporting

AMN / NEW DELHI Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said, as against true reporting by All India Radio, TV channels set the agenda of the country instead of reporting. Mr Jaitley said this after releasing a book titled, ‘Mann Ki Baat – A Social Revolution on Radio’ in New Delhi today. Mr Jaitley cited the … Continue reading All India Radio does true reporting while TV channels set agenda instead of reporting

NEWSPAPERS SCAN – FEB 28

  An Indian Air Force Pilot captured by Pakistan and a Pak F16 shot down by India is the story that dominates headlines in today newpapers. “India-Pak tension escalates” headlines Business Standard adding “Both shoot down each other’s jets; New Delhi seeks immediate return of captured pilot”. “Bloodied and grilled, Abhi stays calm, collected” writes … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN – FEB 28

NEWSPAPERS SCAN -FEB 23

Seoul Peace Prize to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistan saying that it has taken over the Jaish-e-Mohammad headquarters amid growing international pressure, are the some of the prominent stories covered by most of the dailies today. “Crackdown or an eyewash? Under global pressure, Pakistan Punjab takes over Jaish Headquarters” headlines the Times of India. … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN -FEB 23

NEWSPAPERS’ SCAN- FEB 16

  Outrage and reactions after Thursday’s terror attack in Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir dominate the newspapers today. “India Unites in Mourning” headlines the Hindustan Times. “Firm to avenge Pulwama, Government mulls options” leads the Pioneer. “Full freedom to armed forces to act” the Financial Express quotes the Prime Minister, in a loud and clear … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS’ SCAN- FEB 16

NEWSPAPERS SCAN- FEB 09

The Rafale row setting off a political firestorm within and outside parliament after fresh revelations is the story that dominates headlines today “ Fresh Rafale dogfight erupts over incomplete MoD note’’ writes the Times of India. The paper quotes the BJP as saying “ Crucial details omitted in news report ”, however Indian Express says … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN- FEB 09

NEWSPAPERS’S SCAN – FEB 08

The Raging debate and the reply of prime minister Modi to the Motion of Thanks on the President’s Address in the Lok Sabha in the Lok sabha and the latest rate-cut by the RBI are a couple of stories that find prominent mention across dailies this morning. “PM tears into Congress, warns against mahamilavat ki … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS’S SCAN – FEB 08

NEWSPAPERS’ SCAN – FEB 05

  “Parties throw weight behind Didi in CBI war” leads Hindustan Times. “Centre calls on government to tackle chaos, Home Minister warns of central rule” writes DNA. “Supreme Court, High Court to hear CBI, Mamata pleas today” says The Statesman. In a related story, The Times of India quotes the Supreme Court telling the CBI … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS’ SCAN – FEB 05

NEWSPAPERS’ SCAN -FEB 03

“Modi slams Mamata at Rally in her backyard” headlines The Hindustan Times. “PM bats for Citizenship Bill, urges Didi to back it” says The DNA. The Asian Age reports about Rishi Kumar Shukla’s, a 1983 batch IPS officer being appointed as director of CBI, on its front page. The Financial Express reports of how government … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS’ SCAN -FEB 03

Vice president Naidu urges media to act as a bridge between govt & people

AMN / KOLLAM Vice president M Venkaiah Naidu has urged the media to act as a bridge between the government and the people and said that there is need to ensure that justice is not denied to the people. Speaking at the inauguration of Golden Jubilee Celebrations of Kollam Press Club in Kerala, he said … Continue reading Vice president Naidu urges media to act as a bridge between govt & people

NEWSPAPERS’ SCAN – FEB 02

    BUDGET AND REACTIONS OVER IT is the Front page news of almost all dailies today.  “Interim Budget, Final Pitch” is the headline in the Hindustan Times whereas The Business Standard headline reads “Budgeting for votes” with a superion ‘Fiscal deficit target missed again’. ‘Direct Benefit Transfer’ is the headline in the Indian Express … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS’ SCAN – FEB 02

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