“ Today’s Indian Media”

4] Write a blog in proper format on “Today’s Indian  Media” with the help of the following points. (Write in about 100 to 150 words)

1) Introduction

2) Any quote of great personality.

3) Role Media

4) Decreasing role of  Media.

5) add your own points


Ans: “Today’s Indian  Media   

         The media is considered as fourth pillar of democracy. (Legislature, Executive, and Judiciary are three pillars of democracy) It makes us aware of various activities of politics, sports, economic, social etc. It is also like a mirror which shows the bare truth and sometimes it may be harsh. However it plays an important role in shaping the public minds.

It is called as backbone of democracy. So it must act as a chain between the government and the citizens of the country. Democracy cannot be successful without free Media. Free media is very essential, as it is the voice of the people. But media should not be trapped in a monetary (आर्थिक संबंध) or any other temptations (लालच), and serve honestly to the people.

        The Bengal Gazette was the first newspaper which was started by H. James in year 1980 in India. Since then the media has been emerging in various forms. Indian media has traveled a long way, from the days of newspaper and radio to present-day age of Television and Social Media. But the news channels were now involved in increasing their TRP (The full form of TRP is Television Rating Point. TRP is a device that signifies a show’s success on TV screens.) instead of protecting the rights of the people.

        News is the medium to educate the people when government becomes corrupt and authorities turn a blind-eye towards the problems of society. Instead of working for the society, Indian media divert the attention of the people from any important issue and the failure of the government. They only work to help their masters    

    Amit Abrahamsays, “The pen had been mightier than the sword but then the tongue took over.” Many have proved it true. The credibility ( विश्वसनीयता) of Indian media is fast eroding (decreasing) day by day. The way Indian media manipulates (तोड़नामरोड़ना) the news and portrays (तसवीर बनाना) the information in a twisted manner is very insulting for the nation, which we have seen in Shushant Shing’s death recently.

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