Friday, February 20, 2009

News Fabication! Page 3 newspaper does it again...


Repeating a lie...100 times...becomes a truth for hallucinating writers (Prashanth GN, Dipannita Das, TNN)
Click on the image for "fiction" passed off as "news"
The statements attributed to the Home Minister in the abovementioned "creative piece of writing(!)" are utterly false, fabricated by the hallucinating writers themselves!

(forgive them, as they know not what they do)

8 comments:

BV Swagath said...

So why dont you put up a case sir against them and expose them at a bigger level? People are wrongly falling because of this continuous false propaganda against your government which is weakening BJP at the national level. Please fightback strongly!

Anonymous said...

yeah, they dont know what they do? right, you are the all knowing intellect.

venkat said...

Sir...

I have become a big fan of your blogs after reading your direct attack on the media...and exposing their lies...

I strongly and strongly believe that we need to control the media....

Plz note that this media is completley funded by foreign organizations...

If you dont control the same now then they will do a lot of damage to your party in the coming lok sabha elections...

Please please take th emedia head on...

Believe me all the english media is owned by the congress....

An example...Doordarshan Director was recently taken to task by the congress working comitee for covering the Vibrant gujurat programme...

The whole media is owned by Congress....Until you take them head on ...you cannot conrol them

G said...

Dear Dr Acharya,

First of all, I appreciate your courage for speaking your mind on big media. I have noticed that politicians rarely speak against media people in public, which to me suggests that they are striking deals with them behind the scenes. Speaking out openly and publicly indicates transparency.

That your party and government are at the receiving end of a very orchestrated campaign by some in the media is quite evident. (I say this as a citizen who is not happy with the governance you have delivered so far. I have high expectations from a BJP government). It is not surprising that leading the pack is a newspaper whose publisher was summoned to court three or four years ago for the paper's contemptible exploitation and playing up of a Delhi school porn MMS scandal.

As a rule -- and I mean no office to you -- politicians are detested. And the media is also being equally detested.

The Ombudsman idea is not a day late. However, you must institute a tradition that will be long-lasting, will enjoy credibility, cannot be exploited by a less scrupulous government, and cannot be watered down by politician-journalist nexus. I suggest not to make the ombudsman's rulings be binding on the media -- that way these corrupt "journalists" will have no excuse to scream their lungs off that "freedom of expression" is under attack -- their standard excuse to feather their nests at the expense of the citizen. The ombudsman should exercise moral authority -- though it is unlikely to shame Times of India and DNA types - but should have no retributive legal powers. Men/women of exceptional credibility and integrity should be appointed as ombudsmen. Thank you.

shiva said...

Sir,
Media is always pro congress, whatever happenings in the BJP rules states they will highlight beyond the required. see what's happening in Tamil nadu, where is REnuka choudhary, no comments, we could have appreciated her if she commented High court lawyers are Talibanising the High court of Tamil nadu.

Anonymous said...

Dear Dr.Acharya,

TOI seems to have made up their mind to insult you for reasons beyond our understanding.

Continue exposing these Pink Chaddi news papers but I'm not sure how you will reach more people with these facts.

I request you to write a small book with real facts as well what was published by these media houses so that public is aware of the vicious campaign by these pink chaddi media.

We are with you.

Srikanth said...

I have a take on a different subject.
I have this thought for quite some time, and putting it here.

Is there a way we can remove prefixes like "honourable" etc?

If I remember right, constitution doesnt allow titles like "his highness" etc. So, prefixes(not sure if they are titles) like "honourable" should be dropped, as they represent colonial legacy rather than true respect. True respect should come from the personality of the person, and a position he/she occupies and not just by adding prefixes.

Just my opinion though...

Srikanth said...

regarding my previous comment about titles, is there is a way the government can pass this bill or propose this as a rule to be followed in a country?

Just wondering about the feasibility because many undeserving people use that, and in the process is being misused.
Courts have dropped "my lord" in their usage.

We should drop colonial legacy just because they are there.