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Friday, January 24, 2014

AAP & English Media: A divorce in the offing?

Has the honeymoon between the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the English media ended

"TV news, caught off guard by the sudden termination of the “police” protest where the AAP and Delhi Police ironically shared common ground outside Rail Bhavan, initially were with the AAP:  “Kejriwal has his way”’ (CNN-IBN, Headlines Today) as “Centre gives in to AAP” (NDTV 24×7)... By the time the news channels rolled out their big guns at 9 pm, the mood had turned cynical: “Total climbdown by AAP” (Times Now) was the most extreme judgement." 


Read the three articles I wrote on the duplicity of India's paid media. 

India's Paid Media

The Great Fraud Act

The Great NDTV Rope Act

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