The Great Power of Media

The Great Power of Media

Blog, Media, Politics
[caption id="attachment_932" align="aligncenter" width="300"] The Great Power of Media[/caption] The Great Power of Media Our civic books have reflected Media as the fourth pillar of democracy, according to the Indian constitution, whereby thrusting a huge responsibility for the Great Power of Media. Hailing from Pre-Independent era till date, the media has undergone an evolution. The form, the style, the technology, etc., all have witnessed, leaps and bounds of transformation. Gone are the days, when people have to wait for almost 24 hours to have their newspaper in hand to get insight into the major bulletins. Today, the magic of technology has pervaded. The Great Power of Media can be relished with a few clicks. In this comprehensive journey of media fruition and advancement, undoubtedly the number of media houses and…
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What’s with Patriotism?

Blog, Education, Politics, Social
What’s with Patriotism? The violent Uri Attack by the Pakistan Army on September 18th, 2016 and the counter surgical strikes by the Indian Army have worsened the cross border relationship between the countries. Certainly, neighboring countries are taking the utmost advantage of it. Surprisingly, even the internal political threads also doing the same. Nevertheless, the arts and sports division are consistently putting their best foot forward to uphold a harmonious affiliation. Unfortunately, even that ray of hope has been blurred with the ban of Indian personalities having any kind of relationship with the Pakistanis or vice versa. Media has given enough and more awareness about the cross border tensions and the internal clash between the politicians and artists. The cine artists like Karan Johar, Fawad Khan, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan…
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The Political Illusion Lifts

Blog, Media, Politics
With all the ups and downs of five state assembly elections (Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram and Rajasthan) held in November – December 2013, the warm up session for all the political parties reaches its climax. December 8th & 9th 2013, marks a remarkable day in the political history of India. It was super Sunday for BJP and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), on the contrary for the Indian National Congress it was a sulking. The highlight of these elections was the emergence of the new power at the centre- the AAP in Delhi. BJP swept the elections bagging 4 states (retaining 2 and capturing 2) and winning/leading in 404 of the 589 seats. After Nelson Mandela and Paul Walker, 2013 may also be the death year of the Indian National…
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Promulgation of Politics

Blog, Media, Politics
The Modi-Rahul face off is a festival of democracy in the upcoming electoral contest of 2014. The Battle of the "Bachelors" - Rahul Gandhi vs Narendra Modi is a vibrant fight. Pappu vs Chappan, RaGa vs Namo, Yuvraj vs Hindu Hriday Samrat: are the political wars on social media that has caught frenzied attention among the youth. In an era of advertising and promotion, there is conceivably no social group as attractive as the urban 'youth' brand and their culture. And now, in the game of thrones, it is this pervasive youth factor which is likely to play a bigger role than ever before. The 2014 general elections will be the first to have India's post liberalisation generation exercise their franchise. The post-1991 babies have grown up. It is predicted…
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