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The Role Of Media In The Indian General Elections 2014

Written by Rezwan On 10 April 2014 @ 21:22 pm | No Comments

In Elections, English, Governance, India, Media & Journalism, Quick Reads, South Asia

Vidyut at AamJanata [1], the common man's blog, writes an open letter to the Indian media criticizing its role in reporting about the ongoing Indian Lok Sabha elections.

Media has failed to report adequately on the implications of perception engineering through doctored poll surveys. Media has failed to draw attention to the problems being reported with ballot boxes. Media has failed to provide adequate disclosure of broadcasts of event feeds provided by political parties – which essentially amounts to free advertising time.

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