Shame on NDTV and Barkha Dutt

UPDATED June 2014: At the blogger’s request, his name has been changed to CK instead of his actual name. All links to his blog (and to the cache) have been removed and replaced by underlines.

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On India’s Republic Day, blogger CK  published a retraction to a post he did on the irresponsible role of the journalists in the Mumbai attack. I read the original piece and while it was angry, it could hardly be termed libelous (I refrain from quoting from it for CK’s sake, but curious minds might be interested in Google’s cache of the post – scroll to the very bottom).

All over the blogosphere, angry posts were written after the Mumbai attacks–some criticizing the government; and others questioning the media’s role. In tone and content, they did not differ from CK’s piece. It is clear that NDTV is trying to make an example of CK as a warning against future criticism. That is unacceptable. What’s appalling is the very bodies who owe their survival to free speech, the very organizations that used free speech to report on the Mumbai attacks, and defended their content as necessary for information dissemination are now against a blogger’s right to free speech.

Let’s take the following scenario – NDTV and Ms. Barkha Dutt do a piece on someone. Let’s call her A. They tear A to shreds for some reason. Talk about how A didn’t live up to the expectations of her job. Let’s say the piece is a liberal mix of opinion and fact – based on my limited visibility to Ms. Dutt, that’s her modus operandi anyway (which she’s entitled to). Now, let’s say A sues NDTV and Barkha Dutt. What do you presume would happen? Using their huge platform as a national news channel and their vast legal resources, they would fight it. There would be stories on freedom of the press and freedom of speech. There would be righteous stomping around on how the press in India is always maligned blah, blah, blah.

Needless to say, other channels of mainstream media and, of course, bloggers would join NDTV in defending its right of free speech. In fact, all of this happened in the aftermath of the Mumbai attacks where the press in India hoisted a vigorous defense of itself. Excellent, I say – defend yourselves. Excellent – use the right to free speech and stand by your right to report events as they happen.

Now, let’s turn to what they are doing to poor CK1. According to NDTV and Barkha Dutt, he is not entitled to freedom of speech. He’s only a piddly little blogger, so he’s not entitled to the freedom of the press caveat either. Who is he? A poor sod who’s an individual blogger? Well then, throw the entire weight of the NDTV legal staff at him and coerce him into a retraction2.

This is pathetic. This reeks of a double standard so despicable it probably violates some journalistic ethic. There, I said it. Sue me!!

Updated –
Please also read this excellent post by Rohit.
And this hilarious one by Falstaff.


  1. I have not spoken to CK about this. I do not know him. I read his blog on occasion and happened on his retraction 

  2. I have no idea if he was “coerced”, but the verbiage on the retractions is clearly a response to a legal claim – again, I do NOT want to make his life more difficult 

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  • So much has been written based upon an assumption. No body knows why Kunte retracted. More of my thoughts on this to follow.

  • So much has been written based upon an assumption. No body knows why Kunte retracted. More of my thoughts on this to follow.

  • So much has been written based upon an assumption. No body knows why Kunte retracted. More of my thoughts on this to follow.

  • So much has been written based upon an assumption. No body knows why Kunte retracted. More of my thoughts on this to follow.

  • So much has been written based upon an assumption. No body knows why Kunte retracted. More of my thoughts on this to follow.

  • So much has been written based upon an assumption. No body knows why Kunte retracted. More of my thoughts on this to follow.

  • So much has been written based upon an assumption. No body knows why Kunte retracted. More of my thoughts on this to follow.

  • So much has been written based upon an assumption. No body knows why Kunte retracted. More of my thoughts on this to follow.

  • So much has been written based upon an assumption. No body knows why Kunte retracted. More of my thoughts on this to follow.

  • So much has been written based upon an assumption. No body knows why Kunte retracted. More of my thoughts on this to follow.

  • Well, the language on his retraction makes it clear it was in response to a legal action of some kind. The language was likely mandated by NDTV. Otherwise why would a blogger retract using those terms?

  • Well, the language on his retraction makes it clear it was in response to a legal action of some kind. The language was likely mandated by NDTV. Otherwise why would a blogger retract using those terms?

  • Well, the language on his retraction makes it clear it was in response to a legal action of some kind. The language was likely mandated by NDTV. Otherwise why would a blogger retract using those terms?

  • Well, the language on his retraction makes it clear it was in response to a legal action of some kind. The language was likely mandated by NDTV. Otherwise why would a blogger retract using those terms?

  • Well, the language on his retraction makes it clear it was in response to a legal action of some kind. The language was likely mandated by NDTV. Otherwise why would a blogger retract using those terms?

  • Well, the language on his retraction makes it clear it was in response to a legal action of some kind. The language was likely mandated by NDTV. Otherwise why would a blogger retract using those terms?

  • Well, the language on his retraction makes it clear it was in response to a legal action of some kind. The language was likely mandated by NDTV. Otherwise why would a blogger retract using those terms?

  • Well, the language on his retraction makes it clear it was in response to a legal action of some kind. The language was likely mandated by NDTV. Otherwise why would a blogger retract using those terms?

  • Well, the language on his retraction makes it clear it was in response to a legal action of some kind. The language was likely mandated by NDTV. Otherwise why would a blogger retract using those terms?

  • Well, the language on his retraction makes it clear it was in response to a legal action of some kind. The language was likely mandated by NDTV. Otherwise why would a blogger retract using those terms?

  • He states in his blog that this was a means of settlement with Barkha Dutt – sounds like somebody from NDTV was after him.
    http://ckunte.com/archives/withdrawal

  • He states in his blog that this was a means of settlement with Barkha Dutt – sounds like somebody from NDTV was after him.
    http://ckunte.com/archives/withdrawal

  • He states in his blog that this was a means of settlement with Barkha Dutt – sounds like somebody from NDTV was after him.
    http://ckunte.com/archives/withdrawal

  • He states in his blog that this was a means of settlement with Barkha Dutt – sounds like somebody from NDTV was after him.
    http://ckunte.com/archives/withdrawal

  • He states in his blog that this was a means of settlement with Barkha Dutt – sounds like somebody from NDTV was after him.
    http://ckunte.com/archives/withdrawal

  • He states in his blog that this was a means of settlement with Barkha Dutt – sounds like somebody from NDTV was after him.
    http://ckunte.com/archives/withdrawal

  • He states in his blog that this was a means of settlement with Barkha Dutt – sounds like somebody from NDTV was after him.
    http://ckunte.com/archives/withdrawal

  • He states in his blog that this was a means of settlement with Barkha Dutt – sounds like somebody from NDTV was after him.
    http://ckunte.com/archives/withdrawal

  • He states in his blog that this was a means of settlement with Barkha Dutt – sounds like somebody from NDTV was after him.
    http://ckunte.com/archives/withdrawal

  • He states in his blog that this was a means of settlement with Barkha Dutt – sounds like somebody from NDTV was after him.
    http://ckunte.com/archives/withdrawal

  • We must fight this.
    This might be just one small case, but if we lose this we will lose the War to these douche journos & corporates.
    Barkha Dutt has become embarrassing & intolerable.

    We are with Cheytanya.

  • We must fight this.
    This might be just one small case, but if we lose this we will lose the War to these douche journos & corporates.
    Barkha Dutt has become embarrassing & intolerable.

    We are with Cheytanya.

  • We must fight this.
    This might be just one small case, but if we lose this we will lose the War to these douche journos & corporates.
    Barkha Dutt has become embarrassing & intolerable.

    We are with Cheytanya.

  • We must fight this.
    This might be just one small case, but if we lose this we will lose the War to these douche journos & corporates.
    Barkha Dutt has become embarrassing & intolerable.

    We are with Cheytanya.

  • We must fight this.
    This might be just one small case, but if we lose this we will lose the War to these douche journos & corporates.
    Barkha Dutt has become embarrassing & intolerable.

    We are with Cheytanya.

  • We must fight this.
    This might be just one small case, but if we lose this we will lose the War to these douche journos & corporates.
    Barkha Dutt has become embarrassing & intolerable.

    We are with Cheytanya.

  • We must fight this.
    This might be just one small case, but if we lose this we will lose the War to these douche journos & corporates.
    Barkha Dutt has become embarrassing & intolerable.

    We are with Cheytanya.

  • We must fight this.
    This might be just one small case, but if we lose this we will lose the War to these douche journos & corporates.
    Barkha Dutt has become embarrassing & intolerable.

    We are with Cheytanya.

  • We must fight this.
    This might be just one small case, but if we lose this we will lose the War to these douche journos & corporates.
    Barkha Dutt has become embarrassing & intolerable.

    We are with Cheytanya.

  • We must fight this.
    This might be just one small case, but if we lose this we will lose the War to these douche journos & corporates.
    Barkha Dutt has become embarrassing & intolerable.

    We are with Cheytanya.

  • Exactly my thoughts. The English news media is not as objective as we want them to be, but with this, NDTV has scaled new heights. What is even more hypocritical is that Barkha Dutt anchors the show “We, the people”, the first words of the preamble to our constitution.

    And we were worried about MNS and Sri Rama Sene.

  • Exactly my thoughts. The English news media is not as objective as we want them to be, but with this, NDTV has scaled new heights. What is even more hypocritical is that Barkha Dutt anchors the show “We, the people”, the first words of the preamble to our constitution.

    And we were worried about MNS and Sri Rama Sene.

  • Exactly my thoughts. The English news media is not as objective as we want them to be, but with this, NDTV has scaled new heights. What is even more hypocritical is that Barkha Dutt anchors the show “We, the people”, the first words of the preamble to our constitution.

    And we were worried about MNS and Sri Rama Sene.

  • Exactly my thoughts. The English news media is not as objective as we want them to be, but with this, NDTV has scaled new heights. What is even more hypocritical is that Barkha Dutt anchors the show “We, the people”, the first words of the preamble to our constitution.

    And we were worried about MNS and Sri Rama Sene.

  • Exactly my thoughts. The English news media is not as objective as we want them to be, but with this, NDTV has scaled new heights. What is even more hypocritical is that Barkha Dutt anchors the show “We, the people”, the first words of the preamble to our constitution.

    And we were worried about MNS and Sri Rama Sene.

  • Exactly my thoughts. The English news media is not as objective as we want them to be, but with this, NDTV has scaled new heights. What is even more hypocritical is that Barkha Dutt anchors the show “We, the people”, the first words of the preamble to our constitution.

    And we were worried about MNS and Sri Rama Sene.

  • Exactly my thoughts. The English news media is not as objective as we want them to be, but with this, NDTV has scaled new heights. What is even more hypocritical is that Barkha Dutt anchors the show “We, the people”, the first words of the preamble to our constitution.

    And we were worried about MNS and Sri Rama Sene.

  • Exactly my thoughts. The English news media is not as objective as we want them to be, but with this, NDTV has scaled new heights. What is even more hypocritical is that Barkha Dutt anchors the show “We, the people”, the first words of the preamble to our constitution.

    And we were worried about MNS and Sri Rama Sene.

  • Exactly my thoughts. The English news media is not as objective as we want them to be, but with this, NDTV has scaled new heights. What is even more hypocritical is that Barkha Dutt anchors the show “We, the people”, the first words of the preamble to our constitution.

    And we were worried about MNS and Sri Rama Sene.

  • Exactly my thoughts. The English news media is not as objective as we want them to be, but with this, NDTV has scaled new heights. What is even more hypocritical is that Barkha Dutt anchors the show “We, the people”, the first words of the preamble to our constitution.

    And we were worried about MNS and Sri Rama Sene.

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  • pkr

    My friend who is a journalist with a big publication is fighting two case of libel filed against him by Arjun Singh (HRD Minister) for writing relatively benign articles and that too when he has done a thorough investigation before writing both of his pieces and no there was no hue and cry in the media about this.

    My point is that the journalists don't have it as easy as you make it sound. And they do get dragged to court more often than you know, if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility. Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?

  • pkr

    My friend who is a journalist with a big publication is fighting two case of libel filed against him by Arjun Singh (HRD Minister) for writing relatively benign articles and that too when he has done a thorough investigation before writing both of his pieces and no there was no hue and cry in the media about this.

    My point is that the journalists don't have it as easy as you make it sound. And they do get dragged to court more often than you know, if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility. Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?

  • pkr

    My friend who is a journalist with a big publication is fighting two case of libel filed against him by Arjun Singh (HRD Minister) for writing relatively benign articles and that too when he has done a thorough investigation before writing both of his pieces and no there was no hue and cry in the media about this.

    My point is that the journalists don't have it as easy as you make it sound. And they do get dragged to court more often than you know, if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility. Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?

  • pkr

    My friend who is a journalist with a big publication is fighting two case of libel filed against him by Arjun Singh (HRD Minister) for writing relatively benign articles and that too when he has done a thorough investigation before writing both of his pieces and no there was no hue and cry in the media about this.

    My point is that the journalists don't have it as easy as you make it sound. And they do get dragged to court more often than you know, if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility. Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?

  • pkr

    My friend who is a journalist with a big publication is fighting two case of libel filed against him by Arjun Singh (HRD Minister) for writing relatively benign articles and that too when he has done a thorough investigation before writing both of his pieces and no there was no hue and cry in the media about this.

    My point is that the journalists don't have it as easy as you make it sound. And they do get dragged to court more often than you know, if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility. Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?

  • pkr

    My friend who is a journalist with a big publication is fighting two case of libel filed against him by Arjun Singh (HRD Minister) for writing relatively benign articles and that too when he has done a thorough investigation before writing both of his pieces and no there was no hue and cry in the media about this.

    My point is that the journalists don't have it as easy as you make it sound. And they do get dragged to court more often than you know, if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility. Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?

  • pkr

    My friend who is a journalist with a big publication is fighting two case of libel filed against him by Arjun Singh (HRD Minister) for writing relatively benign articles and that too when he has done a thorough investigation before writing both of his pieces and no there was no hue and cry in the media about this.

    My point is that the journalists don't have it as easy as you make it sound. And they do get dragged to court more often than you know, if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility. Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?

  • pkr

    My friend who is a journalist with a big publication is fighting two case of libel filed against him by Arjun Singh (HRD Minister) for writing relatively benign articles and that too when he has done a thorough investigation before writing both of his pieces and no there was no hue and cry in the media about this.

    My point is that the journalists don't have it as easy as you make it sound. And they do get dragged to court more often than you know, if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility. Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?

  • pkr

    My friend who is a journalist with a big publication is fighting two case of libel filed against him by Arjun Singh (HRD Minister) for writing relatively benign articles and that too when he has done a thorough investigation before writing both of his pieces and no there was no hue and cry in the media about this.

    My point is that the journalists don't have it as easy as you make it sound. And they do get dragged to court more often than you know, if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility. Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?

  • pkr

    My friend who is a journalist with a big publication is fighting two case of libel filed against him by Arjun Singh (HRD Minister) for writing relatively benign articles and that too when he has done a thorough investigation before writing both of his pieces and no there was no hue and cry in the media about this.

    My point is that the journalists don't have it as easy as you make it sound. And they do get dragged to court more often than you know, if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility. Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?

  • “if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility”

    What exactly was irresponsible about Chyetanya's writing ? He criticized a journalist. So have many others. It was in fact the big media that has been acting irresponsibly.

    And Barkha Dutt has every right to defend herself, and she has a much bigger forum to do so compared to any blogger. Why use the weight of legal force ?

  • “if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility”

    What exactly was irresponsible about Chyetanya's writing ? He criticized a journalist. So have many others. It was in fact the big media that has been acting irresponsibly.

    And Barkha Dutt has every right to defend herself, and she has a much bigger forum to do so compared to any blogger. Why use the weight of legal force ?

  • “if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility”

    What exactly was irresponsible about Chyetanya's writing ? He criticized a journalist. So have many others. It was in fact the big media that has been acting irresponsibly.

    And Barkha Dutt has every right to defend herself, and she has a much bigger forum to do so compared to any blogger. Why use the weight of legal force ?

  • “if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility”

    What exactly was irresponsible about Chyetanya's writing ? He criticized a journalist. So have many others. It was in fact the big media that has been acting irresponsibly.

    And Barkha Dutt has every right to defend herself, and she has a much bigger forum to do so compared to any blogger. Why use the weight of legal force ?

  • “if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility”

    What exactly was irresponsible about Chyetanya's writing ? He criticized a journalist. So have many others. It was in fact the big media that has been acting irresponsibly.

    And Barkha Dutt has every right to defend herself, and she has a much bigger forum to do so compared to any blogger. Why use the weight of legal force ?

  • “if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility”

    What exactly was irresponsible about Chyetanya's writing ? He criticized a journalist. So have many others. It was in fact the big media that has been acting irresponsibly.

    And Barkha Dutt has every right to defend herself, and she has a much bigger forum to do so compared to any blogger. Why use the weight of legal force ?

  • “if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility”

    What exactly was irresponsible about Chyetanya's writing ? He criticized a journalist. So have many others. It was in fact the big media that has been acting irresponsibly.

    And Barkha Dutt has every right to defend herself, and she has a much bigger forum to do so compared to any blogger. Why use the weight of legal force ?

  • “if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility”

    What exactly was irresponsible about Chyetanya's writing ? He criticized a journalist. So have many others. It was in fact the big media that has been acting irresponsibly.

    And Barkha Dutt has every right to defend herself, and she has a much bigger forum to do so compared to any blogger. Why use the weight of legal force ?

  • “if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility”

    What exactly was irresponsible about Chyetanya's writing ? He criticized a journalist. So have many others. It was in fact the big media that has been acting irresponsibly.

    And Barkha Dutt has every right to defend herself, and she has a much bigger forum to do so compared to any blogger. Why use the weight of legal force ?

  • “if bloggers want to project themselves as the “alternative” media they better start writing with more responsibility”

    What exactly was irresponsible about Chyetanya's writing ? He criticized a journalist. So have many others. It was in fact the big media that has been acting irresponsibly.

    And Barkha Dutt has every right to defend herself, and she has a much bigger forum to do so compared to any blogger. Why use the weight of legal force ?

  • Exactly my thoughts. I too felt that the media behaved very irresponsibly in their coverage of the Mumbai attacks, and using their might to crush us poor bloggers is not fair play.

  • Exactly my thoughts. I too felt that the media behaved very irresponsibly in their coverage of the Mumbai attacks, and using their might to crush us poor bloggers is not fair play.

  • Exactly my thoughts. I too felt that the media behaved very irresponsibly in their coverage of the Mumbai attacks, and using their might to crush us poor bloggers is not fair play.

  • Exactly my thoughts. I too felt that the media behaved very irresponsibly in their coverage of the Mumbai attacks, and using their might to crush us poor bloggers is not fair play.

  • Exactly my thoughts. I too felt that the media behaved very irresponsibly in their coverage of the Mumbai attacks, and using their might to crush us poor bloggers is not fair play.

  • Exactly my thoughts. I too felt that the media behaved very irresponsibly in their coverage of the Mumbai attacks, and using their might to crush us poor bloggers is not fair play.

  • Exactly my thoughts. I too felt that the media behaved very irresponsibly in their coverage of the Mumbai attacks, and using their might to crush us poor bloggers is not fair play.

  • Exactly my thoughts. I too felt that the media behaved very irresponsibly in their coverage of the Mumbai attacks, and using their might to crush us poor bloggers is not fair play.

  • Exactly my thoughts. I too felt that the media behaved very irresponsibly in their coverage of the Mumbai attacks, and using their might to crush us poor bloggers is not fair play.

  • Exactly my thoughts. I too felt that the media behaved very irresponsibly in their coverage of the Mumbai attacks, and using their might to crush us poor bloggers is not fair play.

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  • Barkha Dutt is a maggot. And so are the so called pseudo intellects and secular dimwit clowns.

  • Barkha Dutt is a maggot. And so are the so called pseudo intellects and secular dimwit clowns.

  • Barkha Dutt is a maggot. And so are the so called pseudo intellects and secular dimwit clowns.

  • Barkha Dutt is a maggot. And so are the so called pseudo intellects and secular dimwit clowns.

  • Barkha Dutt is a maggot. And so are the so called pseudo intellects and secular dimwit clowns.

  • Barkha Dutt is a maggot. And so are the so called pseudo intellects and secular dimwit clowns.

  • Barkha Dutt is a maggot. And so are the so called pseudo intellects and secular dimwit clowns.

  • Barkha Dutt is a maggot. And so are the so called pseudo intellects and secular dimwit clowns.

  • Barkha Dutt is a maggot. And so are the so called pseudo intellects and secular dimwit clowns.

  • Barkha Dutt is a maggot. And so are the so called pseudo intellects and secular dimwit clowns.

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  • I Have great respect for Ms Barkha dutt..

  • I Have great respect for Ms Barkha dutt..

  • I Have great respect for Ms Barkha dutt..

  • I Have great respect for Ms Barkha dutt..

  • I Have great respect for Ms Barkha dutt..

  • I Have great respect for Ms Barkha dutt..

  • I Have great respect for Ms Barkha dutt..

  • I Have great respect for Ms Barkha dutt..

  • I Have great respect for Ms Barkha dutt..

  • I Have great respect for Ms Barkha dutt..

  • mansi

    This is absolutely terrible! Instead of apologizing to the public and admitting their mistakes, they go ahead and punish someone who noticed their mistakes. Wow!

  • mansi

    This is absolutely terrible! Instead of apologizing to the public and admitting their mistakes, they go ahead and punish someone who noticed their mistakes. Wow!

  • mansi

    This is absolutely terrible! Instead of apologizing to the public and admitting their mistakes, they go ahead and punish someone who noticed their mistakes. Wow!

  • mansi

    This is absolutely terrible! Instead of apologizing to the public and admitting their mistakes, they go ahead and punish someone who noticed their mistakes. Wow!

  • mansi

    This is absolutely terrible! Instead of apologizing to the public and admitting their mistakes, they go ahead and punish someone who noticed their mistakes. Wow!

  • mansi

    This is absolutely terrible! Instead of apologizing to the public and admitting their mistakes, they go ahead and punish someone who noticed their mistakes. Wow!

  • mansi

    This is absolutely terrible! Instead of apologizing to the public and admitting their mistakes, they go ahead and punish someone who noticed their mistakes. Wow!

  • mansi

    This is absolutely terrible! Instead of apologizing to the public and admitting their mistakes, they go ahead and punish someone who noticed their mistakes. Wow!

  • mansi

    This is absolutely terrible! Instead of apologizing to the public and admitting their mistakes, they go ahead and punish someone who noticed their mistakes. Wow!

  • mansi

    This is absolutely terrible! Instead of apologizing to the public and admitting their mistakes, they go ahead and punish someone who noticed their mistakes. Wow!

  • This is reminding me of the IIPM episode when a “stating of facts” led IIPM to sue some bloggers who wrote abt it! Is there anything wrong with what Chetan wrote in his post? I think we all saw the irresponsible journalism done by Barkha dutt. There are whole communities on this act of hers. Are she and NDTV going to sue all of them?

  • This is reminding me of the IIPM episode when a “stating of facts” led IIPM to sue some bloggers who wrote abt it! Is there anything wrong with what Chetan wrote in his post? I think we all saw the irresponsible journalism done by Barkha dutt. There are whole communities on this act of hers. Are she and NDTV going to sue all of them?

  • This is reminding me of the IIPM episode when a “stating of facts” led IIPM to sue some bloggers who wrote abt it! Is there anything wrong with what Chetan wrote in his post? I think we all saw the irresponsible journalism done by Barkha dutt. There are whole communities on this act of hers. Are she and NDTV going to sue all of them?

  • This is reminding me of the IIPM episode when a “stating of facts” led IIPM to sue some bloggers who wrote abt it! Is there anything wrong with what Chetan wrote in his post? I think we all saw the irresponsible journalism done by Barkha dutt. There are whole communities on this act of hers. Are she and NDTV going to sue all of them?

  • This is reminding me of the IIPM episode when a “stating of facts” led IIPM to sue some bloggers who wrote abt it! Is there anything wrong with what Chetan wrote in his post? I think we all saw the irresponsible journalism done by Barkha dutt. There are whole communities on this act of hers. Are she and NDTV going to sue all of them?

  • This is reminding me of the IIPM episode when a “stating of facts” led IIPM to sue some bloggers who wrote abt it! Is there anything wrong with what Chetan wrote in his post? I think we all saw the irresponsible journalism done by Barkha dutt. There are whole communities on this act of hers. Are she and NDTV going to sue all of them?

  • This is reminding me of the IIPM episode when a “stating of facts” led IIPM to sue some bloggers who wrote abt it! Is there anything wrong with what Chetan wrote in his post? I think we all saw the irresponsible journalism done by Barkha dutt. There are whole communities on this act of hers. Are she and NDTV going to sue all of them?

  • This is reminding me of the IIPM episode when a “stating of facts” led IIPM to sue some bloggers who wrote abt it! Is there anything wrong with what Chetan wrote in his post? I think we all saw the irresponsible journalism done by Barkha dutt. There are whole communities on this act of hers. Are she and NDTV going to sue all of them?

  • This is reminding me of the IIPM episode when a “stating of facts” led IIPM to sue some bloggers who wrote abt it! Is there anything wrong with what Chetan wrote in his post? I think we all saw the irresponsible journalism done by Barkha dutt. There are whole communities on this act of hers. Are she and NDTV going to sue all of them?

  • This is reminding me of the IIPM episode when a “stating of facts” led IIPM to sue some bloggers who wrote abt it! Is there anything wrong with what Chetan wrote in his post? I think we all saw the irresponsible journalism done by Barkha dutt. There are whole communities on this act of hers. Are she and NDTV going to sue all of them?

  • I say it too – Barkha, the Mumbai coverage was wrong wrong wrong. And while I did not think then that it was more than a slip up, I'm now inclined to believe that you actually did it intentionally purely for the TRPs – based on yours and NDTVs reaction to someone's opinion!

    I promise to give the NDTV channels a miss even while surfing.

    Didn't expect them to stoop this low. Really.

  • I say it too – Barkha, the Mumbai coverage was wrong wrong wrong. And while I did not think then that it was more than a slip up, I'm now inclined to believe that you actually did it intentionally purely for the TRPs – based on yours and NDTVs reaction to someone's opinion!

    I promise to give the NDTV channels a miss even while surfing.

    Didn't expect them to stoop this low. Really.

  • I say it too – Barkha, the Mumbai coverage was wrong wrong wrong. And while I did not think then that it was more than a slip up, I'm now inclined to believe that you actually did it intentionally purely for the TRPs – based on yours and NDTVs reaction to someone's opinion!

    I promise to give the NDTV channels a miss even while surfing.

    Didn't expect them to stoop this low. Really.

  • I say it too – Barkha, the Mumbai coverage was wrong wrong wrong. And while I did not think then that it was more than a slip up, I'm now inclined to believe that you actually did it intentionally purely for the TRPs – based on yours and NDTVs reaction to someone's opinion!

    I promise to give the NDTV channels a miss even while surfing.

    Didn't expect them to stoop this low. Really.

  • I say it too – Barkha, the Mumbai coverage was wrong wrong wrong. And while I did not think then that it was more than a slip up, I'm now inclined to believe that you actually did it intentionally purely for the TRPs – based on yours and NDTVs reaction to someone's opinion!

    I promise to give the NDTV channels a miss even while surfing.

    Didn't expect them to stoop this low. Really.

  • I say it too – Barkha, the Mumbai coverage was wrong wrong wrong. And while I did not think then that it was more than a slip up, I'm now inclined to believe that you actually did it intentionally purely for the TRPs – based on yours and NDTVs reaction to someone's opinion!

    I promise to give the NDTV channels a miss even while surfing.

    Didn't expect them to stoop this low. Really.

  • I say it too – Barkha, the Mumbai coverage was wrong wrong wrong. And while I did not think then that it was more than a slip up, I'm now inclined to believe that you actually did it intentionally purely for the TRPs – based on yours and NDTVs reaction to someone's opinion!

    I promise to give the NDTV channels a miss even while surfing.

    Didn't expect them to stoop this low. Really.

  • I say it too – Barkha, the Mumbai coverage was wrong wrong wrong. And while I did not think then that it was more than a slip up, I'm now inclined to believe that you actually did it intentionally purely for the TRPs – based on yours and NDTVs reaction to someone's opinion!

    I promise to give the NDTV channels a miss even while surfing.

    Didn't expect them to stoop this low. Really.

  • I say it too – Barkha, the Mumbai coverage was wrong wrong wrong. And while I did not think then that it was more than a slip up, I'm now inclined to believe that you actually did it intentionally purely for the TRPs – based on yours and NDTVs reaction to someone's opinion!

    I promise to give the NDTV channels a miss even while surfing.

    Didn't expect them to stoop this low. Really.

  • I say it too – Barkha, the Mumbai coverage was wrong wrong wrong. And while I did not think then that it was more than a slip up, I'm now inclined to believe that you actually did it intentionally purely for the TRPs – based on yours and NDTVs reaction to someone's opinion!

    I promise to give the NDTV channels a miss even while surfing.

    Didn't expect them to stoop this low. Really.

  • Exactly. For the life of me I cannot see what point the NDTV legal team might have picked for the offensive they've launched against the poor guy. Their reporters routinely voice random opinions in their coverage, and a blogger has no right to – even with a far lesser reach its a serious offense.

    Today, NDTV and Barkha join the lowly ranks of whats-his-name-Sardesai in my eyes.

  • Exactly. For the life of me I cannot see what point the NDTV legal team might have picked for the offensive they've launched against the poor guy. Their reporters routinely voice random opinions in their coverage, and a blogger has no right to – even with a far lesser reach its a serious offense.

    Today, NDTV and Barkha join the lowly ranks of whats-his-name-Sardesai in my eyes.

  • Exactly. For the life of me I cannot see what point the NDTV legal team might have picked for the offensive they've launched against the poor guy. Their reporters routinely voice random opinions in their coverage, and a blogger has no right to – even with a far lesser reach its a serious offense.

    Today, NDTV and Barkha join the lowly ranks of whats-his-name-Sardesai in my eyes.

  • Exactly. For the life of me I cannot see what point the NDTV legal team might have picked for the offensive they've launched against the poor guy. Their reporters routinely voice random opinions in their coverage, and a blogger has no right to – even with a far lesser reach its a serious offense.

    Today, NDTV and Barkha join the lowly ranks of whats-his-name-Sardesai in my eyes.

  • Exactly. For the life of me I cannot see what point the NDTV legal team might have picked for the offensive they've launched against the poor guy. Their reporters routinely voice random opinions in their coverage, and a blogger has no right to – even with a far lesser reach its a serious offense.

    Today, NDTV and Barkha join the lowly ranks of whats-his-name-Sardesai in my eyes.

  • Exactly. For the life of me I cannot see what point the NDTV legal team might have picked for the offensive they've launched against the poor guy. Their reporters routinely voice random opinions in their coverage, and a blogger has no right to – even with a far lesser reach its a serious offense.

    Today, NDTV and Barkha join the lowly ranks of whats-his-name-Sardesai in my eyes.

  • Exactly. For the life of me I cannot see what point the NDTV legal team might have picked for the offensive they've launched against the poor guy. Their reporters routinely voice random opinions in their coverage, and a blogger has no right to – even with a far lesser reach its a serious offense.

    Today, NDTV and Barkha join the lowly ranks of whats-his-name-Sardesai in my eyes.

  • Exactly. For the life of me I cannot see what point the NDTV legal team might have picked for the offensive they've launched against the poor guy. Their reporters routinely voice random opinions in their coverage, and a blogger has no right to – even with a far lesser reach its a serious offense.

    Today, NDTV and Barkha join the lowly ranks of whats-his-name-Sardesai in my eyes.

  • Exactly. For the life of me I cannot see what point the NDTV legal team might have picked for the offensive they've launched against the poor guy. Their reporters routinely voice random opinions in their coverage, and a blogger has no right to – even with a far lesser reach its a serious offense.

    Today, NDTV and Barkha join the lowly ranks of whats-his-name-Sardesai in my eyes.

  • Exactly. For the life of me I cannot see what point the NDTV legal team might have picked for the offensive they've launched against the poor guy. Their reporters routinely voice random opinions in their coverage, and a blogger has no right to – even with a far lesser reach its a serious offense.

    Today, NDTV and Barkha join the lowly ranks of whats-his-name-Sardesai in my eyes.

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  • Venkat

    NDTV should apologize in public and fire Burkha Dutt and its legal staff. In fact the legal staff is as much to blame as the horrible Ms Dutt. I read that blog once and once only. Never been there after and I feel it is outrageous of NDTV to do what it did. I am going to stop watching that channel from today. Period.

  • Venkat

    NDTV should apologize in public and fire Burkha Dutt and its legal staff. In fact the legal staff is as much to blame as the horrible Ms Dutt. I read that blog once and once only. Never been there after and I feel it is outrageous of NDTV to do what it did. I am going to stop watching that channel from today. Period.

  • Venkat

    NDTV should apologize in public and fire Burkha Dutt and its legal staff. In fact the legal staff is as much to blame as the horrible Ms Dutt. I read that blog once and once only. Never been there after and I feel it is outrageous of NDTV to do what it did. I am going to stop watching that channel from today. Period.

  • Venkat

    NDTV should apologize in public and fire Burkha Dutt and its legal staff. In fact the legal staff is as much to blame as the horrible Ms Dutt. I read that blog once and once only. Never been there after and I feel it is outrageous of NDTV to do what it did. I am going to stop watching that channel from today. Period.

  • Venkat

    NDTV should apologize in public and fire Burkha Dutt and its legal staff. In fact the legal staff is as much to blame as the horrible Ms Dutt. I read that blog once and once only. Never been there after and I feel it is outrageous of NDTV to do what it did. I am going to stop watching that channel from today. Period.

  • Venkat

    NDTV should apologize in public and fire Burkha Dutt and its legal staff. In fact the legal staff is as much to blame as the horrible Ms Dutt. I read that blog once and once only. Never been there after and I feel it is outrageous of NDTV to do what it did. I am going to stop watching that channel from today. Period.

  • Venkat

    NDTV should apologize in public and fire Burkha Dutt and its legal staff. In fact the legal staff is as much to blame as the horrible Ms Dutt. I read that blog once and once only. Never been there after and I feel it is outrageous of NDTV to do what it did. I am going to stop watching that channel from today. Period.

  • Venkat

    NDTV should apologize in public and fire Burkha Dutt and its legal staff. In fact the legal staff is as much to blame as the horrible Ms Dutt. I read that blog once and once only. Never been there after and I feel it is outrageous of NDTV to do what it did. I am going to stop watching that channel from today. Period.

  • Venkat

    NDTV should apologize in public and fire Burkha Dutt and its legal staff. In fact the legal staff is as much to blame as the horrible Ms Dutt. I read that blog once and once only. Never been there after and I feel it is outrageous of NDTV to do what it did. I am going to stop watching that channel from today. Period.

  • Venkat

    NDTV should apologize in public and fire Burkha Dutt and its legal staff. In fact the legal staff is as much to blame as the horrible Ms Dutt. I read that blog once and once only. Never been there after and I feel it is outrageous of NDTV to do what it did. I am going to stop watching that channel from today. Period.

  • Earlier, we used to crib about politicos were corrupted, now the western world funded media is joining them..wow..

    “Mera Bharat Mahan”

    PS – I have got no personal enmity with her, but the fact is that – Barkha Dutt is one of the ugly faces you will see on Indian television. It (she?) believes that it (she?) is on verge of becoming yet another demi God. She might be very intellectual, but she gets unbearable after 15 seconds. I dont know who coined the term ' Bolbachhan', but Barkha Dutt is like that – 'BolBachhan'. Cant do anything more then just quibbling with a mic in front of camera in a safe studio environment.

    Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality that boasts of having the moral right to dictate anything and everything she finds right. She's not one of her kind, there are many people with her. This tendency should stop, else we will see another war in the making..

  • Earlier, we used to crib about politicos were corrupted, now the western world funded media is joining them..wow..

    “Mera Bharat Mahan”

    PS – I have got no personal enmity with her, but the fact is that – Barkha Dutt is one of the ugly faces you will see on Indian television. It (she?) believes that it (she?) is on verge of becoming yet another demi God. She might be very intellectual, but she gets unbearable after 15 seconds. I dont know who coined the term ' Bolbachhan', but Barkha Dutt is like that – 'BolBachhan'. Cant do anything more then just quibbling with a mic in front of camera in a safe studio environment.

    Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality that boasts of having the moral right to dictate anything and everything she finds right. She's not one of her kind, there are many people with her. This tendency should stop, else we will see another war in the making..

  • Earlier, we used to crib about politicos were corrupted, now the western world funded media is joining them..wow..

    “Mera Bharat Mahan”

    PS – I have got no personal enmity with her, but the fact is that – Barkha Dutt is one of the ugly faces you will see on Indian television. It (she?) believes that it (she?) is on verge of becoming yet another demi God. She might be very intellectual, but she gets unbearable after 15 seconds. I dont know who coined the term ' Bolbachhan', but Barkha Dutt is like that – 'BolBachhan'. Cant do anything more then just quibbling with a mic in front of camera in a safe studio environment.

    Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality that boasts of having the moral right to dictate anything and everything she finds right. She's not one of her kind, there are many people with her. This tendency should stop, else we will see another war in the making..

  • Earlier, we used to crib about politicos were corrupted, now the western world funded media is joining them..wow..

    “Mera Bharat Mahan”

    PS – I have got no personal enmity with her, but the fact is that – Barkha Dutt is one of the ugly faces you will see on Indian television. It (she?) believes that it (she?) is on verge of becoming yet another demi God. She might be very intellectual, but she gets unbearable after 15 seconds. I dont know who coined the term ' Bolbachhan', but Barkha Dutt is like that – 'BolBachhan'. Cant do anything more then just quibbling with a mic in front of camera in a safe studio environment.

    Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality that boasts of having the moral right to dictate anything and everything she finds right. She's not one of her kind, there are many people with her. This tendency should stop, else we will see another war in the making..

  • Earlier, we used to crib about politicos were corrupted, now the western world funded media is joining them..wow..

    “Mera Bharat Mahan”

    PS – I have got no personal enmity with her, but the fact is that – Barkha Dutt is one of the ugly faces you will see on Indian television. It (she?) believes that it (she?) is on verge of becoming yet another demi God. She might be very intellectual, but she gets unbearable after 15 seconds. I dont know who coined the term ' Bolbachhan', but Barkha Dutt is like that – 'BolBachhan'. Cant do anything more then just quibbling with a mic in front of camera in a safe studio environment.

    Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality that boasts of having the moral right to dictate anything and everything she finds right. She's not one of her kind, there are many people with her. This tendency should stop, else we will see another war in the making..

  • Earlier, we used to crib about politicos were corrupted, now the western world funded media is joining them..wow..

    “Mera Bharat Mahan”

    PS – I have got no personal enmity with her, but the fact is that – Barkha Dutt is one of the ugly faces you will see on Indian television. It (she?) believes that it (she?) is on verge of becoming yet another demi God. She might be very intellectual, but she gets unbearable after 15 seconds. I dont know who coined the term ' Bolbachhan', but Barkha Dutt is like that – 'BolBachhan'. Cant do anything more then just quibbling with a mic in front of camera in a safe studio environment.

    Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality that boasts of having the moral right to dictate anything and everything she finds right. She's not one of her kind, there are many people with her. This tendency should stop, else we will see another war in the making..

  • Earlier, we used to crib about politicos were corrupted, now the western world funded media is joining them..wow..

    “Mera Bharat Mahan”

    PS – I have got no personal enmity with her, but the fact is that – Barkha Dutt is one of the ugly faces you will see on Indian television. It (she?) believes that it (she?) is on verge of becoming yet another demi God. She might be very intellectual, but she gets unbearable after 15 seconds. I dont know who coined the term ' Bolbachhan', but Barkha Dutt is like that – 'BolBachhan'. Cant do anything more then just quibbling with a mic in front of camera in a safe studio environment.

    Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality that boasts of having the moral right to dictate anything and everything she finds right. She's not one of her kind, there are many people with her. This tendency should stop, else we will see another war in the making..

  • Earlier, we used to crib about politicos were corrupted, now the western world funded media is joining them..wow..

    “Mera Bharat Mahan”

    PS – I have got no personal enmity with her, but the fact is that – Barkha Dutt is one of the ugly faces you will see on Indian television. It (she?) believes that it (she?) is on verge of becoming yet another demi God. She might be very intellectual, but she gets unbearable after 15 seconds. I dont know who coined the term ' Bolbachhan', but Barkha Dutt is like that – 'BolBachhan'. Cant do anything more then just quibbling with a mic in front of camera in a safe studio environment.

    Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality that boasts of having the moral right to dictate anything and everything she finds right. She's not one of her kind, there are many people with her. This tendency should stop, else we will see another war in the making..

  • Earlier, we used to crib about politicos were corrupted, now the western world funded media is joining them..wow..

    “Mera Bharat Mahan”

    PS – I have got no personal enmity with her, but the fact is that – Barkha Dutt is one of the ugly faces you will see on Indian television. It (she?) believes that it (she?) is on verge of becoming yet another demi God. She might be very intellectual, but she gets unbearable after 15 seconds. I dont know who coined the term ' Bolbachhan', but Barkha Dutt is like that – 'BolBachhan'. Cant do anything more then just quibbling with a mic in front of camera in a safe studio environment.

    Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality that boasts of having the moral right to dictate anything and everything she finds right. She's not one of her kind, there are many people with her. This tendency should stop, else we will see another war in the making..

  • Earlier, we used to crib about politicos were corrupted, now the western world funded media is joining them..wow..

    “Mera Bharat Mahan”

    PS – I have got no personal enmity with her, but the fact is that – Barkha Dutt is one of the ugly faces you will see on Indian television. It (she?) believes that it (she?) is on verge of becoming yet another demi God. She might be very intellectual, but she gets unbearable after 15 seconds. I dont know who coined the term ' Bolbachhan', but Barkha Dutt is like that – 'BolBachhan'. Cant do anything more then just quibbling with a mic in front of camera in a safe studio environment.

    Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality that boasts of having the moral right to dictate anything and everything she finds right. She's not one of her kind, there are many people with her. This tendency should stop, else we will see another war in the making..

  • Looks Like Barkha is feeling the hit. Perhaps decided to show some Muscle.

    Infact even I posted on Barkha around that time ( Nov 26th) and spewed my disgust.

    I am feeling Lucky. 🙂

    Why not start a signature campaign in support of Chyetanya Kunte.

  • Looks Like Barkha is feeling the hit. Perhaps decided to show some Muscle.

    Infact even I posted on Barkha around that time ( Nov 26th) and spewed my disgust.

    I am feeling Lucky. 🙂

    Why not start a signature campaign in support of Chyetanya Kunte.

  • Looks Like Barkha is feeling the hit. Perhaps decided to show some Muscle.

    Infact even I posted on Barkha around that time ( Nov 26th) and spewed my disgust.

    I am feeling Lucky. 🙂

    Why not start a signature campaign in support of Chyetanya Kunte.

  • Looks Like Barkha is feeling the hit. Perhaps decided to show some Muscle.

    Infact even I posted on Barkha around that time ( Nov 26th) and spewed my disgust.

    I am feeling Lucky. 🙂

    Why not start a signature campaign in support of Chyetanya Kunte.

  • Looks Like Barkha is feeling the hit. Perhaps decided to show some Muscle.

    Infact even I posted on Barkha around that time ( Nov 26th) and spewed my disgust.

    I am feeling Lucky. 🙂

    Why not start a signature campaign in support of Chyetanya Kunte.

  • Looks Like Barkha is feeling the hit. Perhaps decided to show some Muscle.

    Infact even I posted on Barkha around that time ( Nov 26th) and spewed my disgust.

    I am feeling Lucky. 🙂

    Why not start a signature campaign in support of Chyetanya Kunte.

  • Looks Like Barkha is feeling the hit. Perhaps decided to show some Muscle.

    Infact even I posted on Barkha around that time ( Nov 26th) and spewed my disgust.

    I am feeling Lucky. 🙂

    Why not start a signature campaign in support of Chyetanya Kunte.

  • Looks Like Barkha is feeling the hit. Perhaps decided to show some Muscle.

    Infact even I posted on Barkha around that time ( Nov 26th) and spewed my disgust.

    I am feeling Lucky. 🙂

    Why not start a signature campaign in support of Chyetanya Kunte.

  • Looks Like Barkha is feeling the hit. Perhaps decided to show some Muscle.

    Infact even I posted on Barkha around that time ( Nov 26th) and spewed my disgust.

    I am feeling Lucky. 🙂

    Why not start a signature campaign in support of Chyetanya Kunte.

  • Lets start watching good old DD NEWS 😉

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  • Lets start watching good old DD NEWS 😉

    Surprisingly, amidst all controversies, DD NEWS shows what we can say is the most unbiased* view of every news

    * – Approved by the central govt.

  • Lets start watching good old DD NEWS 😉

    Surprisingly, amidst all controversies, DD NEWS shows what we can say is the most unbiased* view of every news

    * – Approved by the central govt.

  • Lets start watching good old DD NEWS 😉

    Surprisingly, amidst all controversies, DD NEWS shows what we can say is the most unbiased* view of every news

    * – Approved by the central govt.

  • Lets start watching good old DD NEWS 😉

    Surprisingly, amidst all controversies, DD NEWS shows what we can say is the most unbiased* view of every news

    * – Approved by the central govt.

  • Lets start watching good old DD NEWS 😉

    Surprisingly, amidst all controversies, DD NEWS shows what we can say is the most unbiased* view of every news

    * – Approved by the central govt.

  • Lets start watching good old DD NEWS 😉

    Surprisingly, amidst all controversies, DD NEWS shows what we can say is the most unbiased* view of every news

    * – Approved by the central govt.

  • Lets start watching good old DD NEWS 😉

    Surprisingly, amidst all controversies, DD NEWS shows what we can say is the most unbiased* view of every news

    * – Approved by the central govt.

  • Lets start watching good old DD NEWS 😉

    Surprisingly, amidst all controversies, DD NEWS shows what we can say is the most unbiased* view of every news

    * – Approved by the central govt.

  • Lets start watching good old DD NEWS 😉

    Surprisingly, amidst all controversies, DD NEWS shows what we can say is the most unbiased* view of every news

    * – Approved by the central govt.

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  • NDTV and barkha dutt are the two who really cares about this nation. no other people will have that much care as they do. their TRP ratings are so high and people trusted these channels for all the news. they all talk about freedom of speech, and other rights on screen. its only for people. off screen, they are just another human who are profound to do mistakes because of their ego as they have reached a height where they think what ever they do is right

  • NDTV and barkha dutt are the two who really cares about this nation. no other people will have that much care as they do. their TRP ratings are so high and people trusted these channels for all the news. they all talk about freedom of speech, and other rights on screen. its only for people. off screen, they are just another human who are profound to do mistakes because of their ego as they have reached a height where they think what ever they do is right

  • NDTV and barkha dutt are the two who really cares about this nation. no other people will have that much care as they do. their TRP ratings are so high and people trusted these channels for all the news. they all talk about freedom of speech, and other rights on screen. its only for people. off screen, they are just another human who are profound to do mistakes because of their ego as they have reached a height where they think what ever they do is right

  • NDTV and barkha dutt are the two who really cares about this nation. no other people will have that much care as they do. their TRP ratings are so high and people trusted these channels for all the news. they all talk about freedom of speech, and other rights on screen. its only for people. off screen, they are just another human who are profound to do mistakes because of their ego as they have reached a height where they think what ever they do is right

  • NDTV and barkha dutt are the two who really cares about this nation. no other people will have that much care as they do. their TRP ratings are so high and people trusted these channels for all the news. they all talk about freedom of speech, and other rights on screen. its only for people. off screen, they are just another human who are profound to do mistakes because of their ego as they have reached a height where they think what ever they do is right

  • NDTV and barkha dutt are the two who really cares about this nation. no other people will have that much care as they do. their TRP ratings are so high and people trusted these channels for all the news. they all talk about freedom of speech, and other rights on screen. its only for people. off screen, they are just another human who are profound to do mistakes because of their ego as they have reached a height where they think what ever they do is right

  • NDTV and barkha dutt are the two who really cares about this nation. no other people will have that much care as they do. their TRP ratings are so high and people trusted these channels for all the news. they all talk about freedom of speech, and other rights on screen. its only for people. off screen, they are just another human who are profound to do mistakes because of their ego as they have reached a height where they think what ever they do is right

  • NDTV and barkha dutt are the two who really cares about this nation. no other people will have that much care as they do. their TRP ratings are so high and people trusted these channels for all the news. they all talk about freedom of speech, and other rights on screen. its only for people. off screen, they are just another human who are profound to do mistakes because of their ego as they have reached a height where they think what ever they do is right

  • NDTV and barkha dutt are the two who really cares about this nation. no other people will have that much care as they do. their TRP ratings are so high and people trusted these channels for all the news. they all talk about freedom of speech, and other rights on screen. its only for people. off screen, they are just another human who are profound to do mistakes because of their ego as they have reached a height where they think what ever they do is right

  • NDTV and barkha dutt are the two who really cares about this nation. no other people will have that much care as they do. their TRP ratings are so high and people trusted these channels for all the news. they all talk about freedom of speech, and other rights on screen. its only for people. off screen, they are just another human who are profound to do mistakes because of their ego as they have reached a height where they think what ever they do is right

  • Good to see the bloggers being actively vocal in the support of fair-speech. Hope the News Channels change their attitude towards oppressing the views of others.

  • Good to see the bloggers being actively vocal in the support of fair-speech. Hope the News Channels change their attitude towards oppressing the views of others.

  • Good to see the bloggers being actively vocal in the support of fair-speech. Hope the News Channels change their attitude towards oppressing the views of others.

  • Good to see the bloggers being actively vocal in the support of fair-speech. Hope the News Channels change their attitude towards oppressing the views of others.

  • Good to see the bloggers being actively vocal in the support of fair-speech. Hope the News Channels change their attitude towards oppressing the views of others.

  • Good to see the bloggers being actively vocal in the support of fair-speech. Hope the News Channels change their attitude towards oppressing the views of others.

  • Good to see the bloggers being actively vocal in the support of fair-speech. Hope the News Channels change their attitude towards oppressing the views of others.

  • Good to see the bloggers being actively vocal in the support of fair-speech. Hope the News Channels change their attitude towards oppressing the views of others.

  • Good to see the bloggers being actively vocal in the support of fair-speech. Hope the News Channels change their attitude towards oppressing the views of others.

  • Good to see the bloggers being actively vocal in the support of fair-speech. Hope the News Channels change their attitude towards oppressing the views of others.

  • Arjun

    Ms blogger who owns this blog,

    I agree with you completely. There, now you have a partner in crime, maybe we could share the lawyer fee!

    BTW, don't worry, if they wanna track me, they will do so with the IP tagged with this comment.

  • Arjun

    Ms blogger who owns this blog,

    I agree with you completely. There, now you have a partner in crime, maybe we could share the lawyer fee!

    BTW, don't worry, if they wanna track me, they will do so with the IP tagged with this comment.

  • Arjun

    Ms blogger who owns this blog,

    I agree with you completely. There, now you have a partner in crime, maybe we could share the lawyer fee!

    BTW, don't worry, if they wanna track me, they will do so with the IP tagged with this comment.

  • Arjun

    Ms blogger who owns this blog,

    I agree with you completely. There, now you have a partner in crime, maybe we could share the lawyer fee!

    BTW, don't worry, if they wanna track me, they will do so with the IP tagged with this comment.

  • Arjun

    Ms blogger who owns this blog,

    I agree with you completely. There, now you have a partner in crime, maybe we could share the lawyer fee!

    BTW, don't worry, if they wanna track me, they will do so with the IP tagged with this comment.

  • Arjun

    Ms blogger who owns this blog,

    I agree with you completely. There, now you have a partner in crime, maybe we could share the lawyer fee!

    BTW, don't worry, if they wanna track me, they will do so with the IP tagged with this comment.

  • Arjun

    Ms blogger who owns this blog,

    I agree with you completely. There, now you have a partner in crime, maybe we could share the lawyer fee!

    BTW, don't worry, if they wanna track me, they will do so with the IP tagged with this comment.

  • Arjun

    Ms blogger who owns this blog,

    I agree with you completely. There, now you have a partner in crime, maybe we could share the lawyer fee!

    BTW, don't worry, if they wanna track me, they will do so with the IP tagged with this comment.

  • Arjun

    Ms blogger who owns this blog,

    I agree with you completely. There, now you have a partner in crime, maybe we could share the lawyer fee!

    BTW, don't worry, if they wanna track me, they will do so with the IP tagged with this comment.

  • Arjun

    Ms blogger who owns this blog,

    I agree with you completely. There, now you have a partner in crime, maybe we could share the lawyer fee!

    BTW, don't worry, if they wanna track me, they will do so with the IP tagged with this comment.

  • Greg

    I have not read the original blog but did see Kunte's retraction. I like millions watched the Mumbai Attacks and coverage. In the EU we had limited local coverage but – it was always dramatic, extreme and emotive.
    Yes the event was staggering in its mindlessness (my opinion) – that was lead me to trying to understand the event. I have been collating news from ALL sorts in a Mind Map of information (http://tinyurl.com/6cp3p8) – it was revealing as to the information trails, and misinformation. Yes the media over did it. Do we need them – yes. Should they react to critisism – yes. Should they sue – No. Should we all be responsible in what we launch into the ether – probably. But where is the limit between comment, critique, investigation, speculation and fiction and who is the arbiter, hopefully not lawyers.

  • Greg

    I have not read the original blog but did see Kunte's retraction. I like millions watched the Mumbai Attacks and coverage. In the EU we had limited local coverage but – it was always dramatic, extreme and emotive.
    Yes the event was staggering in its mindlessness (my opinion) – that was lead me to trying to understand the event. I have been collating news from ALL sorts in a Mind Map of information (http://tinyurl.com/6cp3p8) – it was revealing as to the information trails, and misinformation. Yes the media over did it. Do we need them – yes. Should they react to critisism – yes. Should they sue – No. Should we all be responsible in what we launch into the ether – probably. But where is the limit between comment, critique, investigation, speculation and fiction and who is the arbiter, hopefully not lawyers.

  • Greg

    I have not read the original blog but did see Kunte's retraction. I like millions watched the Mumbai Attacks and coverage. In the EU we had limited local coverage but – it was always dramatic, extreme and emotive.
    Yes the event was staggering in its mindlessness (my opinion) – that was lead me to trying to understand the event. I have been collating news from ALL sorts in a Mind Map of information (http://tinyurl.com/6cp3p8) – it was revealing as to the information trails, and misinformation. Yes the media over did it. Do we need them – yes. Should they react to critisism – yes. Should they sue – No. Should we all be responsible in what we launch into the ether – probably. But where is the limit between comment, critique, investigation, speculation and fiction and who is the arbiter, hopefully not lawyers.

  • Greg

    I have not read the original blog but did see Kunte's retraction. I like millions watched the Mumbai Attacks and coverage. In the EU we had limited local coverage but – it was always dramatic, extreme and emotive.
    Yes the event was staggering in its mindlessness (my opinion) – that was lead me to trying to understand the event. I have been collating news from ALL sorts in a Mind Map of information (http://tinyurl.com/6cp3p8) – it was revealing as to the information trails, and misinformation. Yes the media over did it. Do we need them – yes. Should they react to critisism – yes. Should they sue – No. Should we all be responsible in what we launch into the ether – probably. But where is the limit between comment, critique, investigation, speculation and fiction and who is the arbiter, hopefully not lawyers.

  • Greg

    I have not read the original blog but did see Kunte's retraction. I like millions watched the Mumbai Attacks and coverage. In the EU we had limited local coverage but – it was always dramatic, extreme and emotive.
    Yes the event was staggering in its mindlessness (my opinion) – that was lead me to trying to understand the event. I have been collating news from ALL sorts in a Mind Map of information (http://tinyurl.com/6cp3p8) – it was revealing as to the information trails, and misinformation. Yes the media over did it. Do we need them – yes. Should they react to critisism – yes. Should they sue – No. Should we all be responsible in what we launch into the ether – probably. But where is the limit between comment, critique, investigation, speculation and fiction and who is the arbiter, hopefully not lawyers.

  • Greg

    I have not read the original blog but did see Kunte's retraction. I like millions watched the Mumbai Attacks and coverage. In the EU we had limited local coverage but – it was always dramatic, extreme and emotive.
    Yes the event was staggering in its mindlessness (my opinion) – that was lead me to trying to understand the event. I have been collating news from ALL sorts in a Mind Map of information (http://tinyurl.com/6cp3p8) – it was revealing as to the information trails, and misinformation. Yes the media over did it. Do we need them – yes. Should they react to critisism – yes. Should they sue – No. Should we all be responsible in what we launch into the ether – probably. But where is the limit between comment, critique, investigation, speculation and fiction and who is the arbiter, hopefully not lawyers.

  • Greg

    I have not read the original blog but did see Kunte's retraction. I like millions watched the Mumbai Attacks and coverage. In the EU we had limited local coverage but – it was always dramatic, extreme and emotive.
    Yes the event was staggering in its mindlessness (my opinion) – that was lead me to trying to understand the event. I have been collating news from ALL sorts in a Mind Map of information (http://tinyurl.com/6cp3p8) – it was revealing as to the information trails, and misinformation. Yes the media over did it. Do we need them – yes. Should they react to critisism – yes. Should they sue – No. Should we all be responsible in what we launch into the ether – probably. But where is the limit between comment, critique, investigation, speculation and fiction and who is the arbiter, hopefully not lawyers.

  • Greg

    I have not read the original blog but did see Kunte's retraction. I like millions watched the Mumbai Attacks and coverage. In the EU we had limited local coverage but – it was always dramatic, extreme and emotive.
    Yes the event was staggering in its mindlessness (my opinion) – that was lead me to trying to understand the event. I have been collating news from ALL sorts in a Mind Map of information (http://tinyurl.com/6cp3p8) – it was revealing as to the information trails, and misinformation. Yes the media over did it. Do we need them – yes. Should they react to critisism – yes. Should they sue – No. Should we all be responsible in what we launch into the ether – probably. But where is the limit between comment, critique, investigation, speculation and fiction and who is the arbiter, hopefully not lawyers.

  • Greg

    I have not read the original blog but did see Kunte's retraction. I like millions watched the Mumbai Attacks and coverage. In the EU we had limited local coverage but – it was always dramatic, extreme and emotive.
    Yes the event was staggering in its mindlessness (my opinion) – that was lead me to trying to understand the event. I have been collating news from ALL sorts in a Mind Map of information (http://tinyurl.com/6cp3p8) – it was revealing as to the information trails, and misinformation. Yes the media over did it. Do we need them – yes. Should they react to critisism – yes. Should they sue – No. Should we all be responsible in what we launch into the ether – probably. But where is the limit between comment, critique, investigation, speculation and fiction and who is the arbiter, hopefully not lawyers.

  • Greg

    I have not read the original blog but did see Kunte's retraction. I like millions watched the Mumbai Attacks and coverage. In the EU we had limited local coverage but – it was always dramatic, extreme and emotive.
    Yes the event was staggering in its mindlessness (my opinion) – that was lead me to trying to understand the event. I have been collating news from ALL sorts in a Mind Map of information (http://tinyurl.com/6cp3p8) – it was revealing as to the information trails, and misinformation. Yes the media over did it. Do we need them – yes. Should they react to critisism – yes. Should they sue – No. Should we all be responsible in what we launch into the ether – probably. But where is the limit between comment, critique, investigation, speculation and fiction and who is the arbiter, hopefully not lawyers.

  • @pkr
    Weird. I thought there was enough “proof” on show during the Mumbai attacks itself. What Cheytanya has written is nothing irresponsible as claimed by you. It's normal for people to react in circumstances such as Mumbai.

    Bloggers are the voice of the people. The original We, the People. Not pseudo like NDTV's program. Do you seriously think that if a politician takes Barkha Dutt to court, then she wouldn't come out of it using her “power” and “image”? Bloggers lack the muscle that a corporate powerhouse like NDTV has.

    @Shripriya
    Hats off to the post.

  • @pkr
    Weird. I thought there was enough “proof” on show during the Mumbai attacks itself. What Cheytanya has written is nothing irresponsible as claimed by you. It's normal for people to react in circumstances such as Mumbai.

    Bloggers are the voice of the people. The original We, the People. Not pseudo like NDTV's program. Do you seriously think that if a politician takes Barkha Dutt to court, then she wouldn't come out of it using her “power” and “image”? Bloggers lack the muscle that a corporate powerhouse like NDTV has.

    @Shripriya
    Hats off to the post.

  • @pkr
    Weird. I thought there was enough “proof” on show during the Mumbai attacks itself. What Cheytanya has written is nothing irresponsible as claimed by you. It's normal for people to react in circumstances such as Mumbai.

    Bloggers are the voice of the people. The original We, the People. Not pseudo like NDTV's program. Do you seriously think that if a politician takes Barkha Dutt to court, then she wouldn't come out of it using her “power” and “image”? Bloggers lack the muscle that a corporate powerhouse like NDTV has.

    @Shripriya
    Hats off to the post.

  • @pkr
    Weird. I thought there was enough “proof” on show during the Mumbai attacks itself. What Cheytanya has written is nothing irresponsible as claimed by you. It's normal for people to react in circumstances such as Mumbai.

    Bloggers are the voice of the people. The original We, the People. Not pseudo like NDTV's program. Do you seriously think that if a politician takes Barkha Dutt to court, then she wouldn't come out of it using her “power” and “image”? Bloggers lack the muscle that a corporate powerhouse like NDTV has.

    @Shripriya
    Hats off to the post.

  • @pkr
    Weird. I thought there was enough “proof” on show during the Mumbai attacks itself. What Cheytanya has written is nothing irresponsible as claimed by you. It's normal for people to react in circumstances such as Mumbai.

    Bloggers are the voice of the people. The original We, the People. Not pseudo like NDTV's program. Do you seriously think that if a politician takes Barkha Dutt to court, then she wouldn't come out of it using her “power” and “image”? Bloggers lack the muscle that a corporate powerhouse like NDTV has.

    @Shripriya
    Hats off to the post.

  • @pkr
    Weird. I thought there was enough “proof” on show during the Mumbai attacks itself. What Cheytanya has written is nothing irresponsible as claimed by you. It's normal for people to react in circumstances such as Mumbai.

    Bloggers are the voice of the people. The original We, the People. Not pseudo like NDTV's program. Do you seriously think that if a politician takes Barkha Dutt to court, then she wouldn't come out of it using her “power” and “image”? Bloggers lack the muscle that a corporate powerhouse like NDTV has.

    @Shripriya
    Hats off to the post.

  • @pkr
    Weird. I thought there was enough “proof” on show during the Mumbai attacks itself. What Cheytanya has written is nothing irresponsible as claimed by you. It's normal for people to react in circumstances such as Mumbai.

    Bloggers are the voice of the people. The original We, the People. Not pseudo like NDTV's program. Do you seriously think that if a politician takes Barkha Dutt to court, then she wouldn't come out of it using her “power” and “image”? Bloggers lack the muscle that a corporate powerhouse like NDTV has.

    @Shripriya
    Hats off to the post.

  • @pkr
    Weird. I thought there was enough “proof” on show during the Mumbai attacks itself. What Cheytanya has written is nothing irresponsible as claimed by you. It's normal for people to react in circumstances such as Mumbai.

    Bloggers are the voice of the people. The original We, the People. Not pseudo like NDTV's program. Do you seriously think that if a politician takes Barkha Dutt to court, then she wouldn't come out of it using her “power” and “image”? Bloggers lack the muscle that a corporate powerhouse like NDTV has.

    @Shripriya
    Hats off to the post.

  • @pkr
    Weird. I thought there was enough “proof” on show during the Mumbai attacks itself. What Cheytanya has written is nothing irresponsible as claimed by you. It's normal for people to react in circumstances such as Mumbai.

    Bloggers are the voice of the people. The original We, the People. Not pseudo like NDTV's program. Do you seriously think that if a politician takes Barkha Dutt to court, then she wouldn't come out of it using her “power” and “image”? Bloggers lack the muscle that a corporate powerhouse like NDTV has.

    @Shripriya
    Hats off to the post.

  • @pkr
    Weird. I thought there was enough “proof” on show during the Mumbai attacks itself. What Cheytanya has written is nothing irresponsible as claimed by you. It's normal for people to react in circumstances such as Mumbai.

    Bloggers are the voice of the people. The original We, the People. Not pseudo like NDTV's program. Do you seriously think that if a politician takes Barkha Dutt to court, then she wouldn't come out of it using her “power” and “image”? Bloggers lack the muscle that a corporate powerhouse like NDTV has.

    @Shripriya
    Hats off to the post.

  • You guys are all so naive and harmless souls, feels my heart with joy to see the abundance of innocence here, so innocent you are that you just don't get the fact that Mr. Kunte called Ms. Dutt an Idiot. I am guessing according to all you people 'Idiot' is such a sweet name to call, rather harmless freedom of expression. Oh wow such a noble soul Mr. Kunte only next to a saint, so what if he called a fellow woman who is a leading name in her field and has a considerable repute an Idiot.

    Idiocy according to Indian law is a valid condition for nullification of marriages, for denying contractual rights, but hey Barkha Dutt according to Mr. Kunte is an Idiot and so the entire Indian blogsphere, is clueless for the life of their's, just what can possibly Ms. Dutt be upset about, and lo you have the new Blogging Martyr of the country.

    Mr. Kunte's post was far from being responsible journalism. He could have made the same point in much respectable tone. He used rude language not to forget specific use of the word 'idiot'. If it was only a constructive criticism and not an attention seeking exercise, he could have also avoided taking names altogether. But then am not saying he can't make an opinion, sure he can, but he was so not justified in name calling.

    I am sorry to say this but suddenly the bloggers of the nation have started thinking too highly of themselves when they are just as much guilty of cheap publicity as our MSMedia. You can't expect responsible behaviour from others if you can't show the same yourself. Take for eg. people like one Harshad Joshi here who is going about calling Ms.Dutt a Maggot an ugly face and others simply read and move on. The blog owner also didn't bother to remove such comments which use foul language.

    I understand I am the only dissenting voice here and following this comment name calling would start against me. Just in case people forgot freedom of expression does NOT include name calling. But in my defense, am neither against Kunte nor NDTV. I just think we are making too much noise about it. Because us bloggers are no spotless minds. We are part of the circus just our means are different.

  • You guys are all so naive and harmless souls, feels my heart with joy to see the abundance of innocence here, so innocent you are that you just don't get the fact that Mr. Kunte called Ms. Dutt an Idiot. I am guessing according to all you people 'Idiot' is such a sweet name to call, rather harmless freedom of expression. Oh wow such a noble soul Mr. Kunte only next to a saint, so what if he called a fellow woman who is a leading name in her field and has a considerable repute an Idiot.

    Idiocy according to Indian law is a valid condition for nullification of marriages, for denying contractual rights, but hey Barkha Dutt according to Mr. Kunte is an Idiot and so the entire Indian blogsphere, is clueless for the life of their's, just what can possibly Ms. Dutt be upset about, and lo you have the new Blogging Martyr of the country.

    Mr. Kunte's post was far from being responsible journalism. He could have made the same point in much respectable tone. He used rude language not to forget specific use of the word 'idiot'. If it was only a constructive criticism and not an attention seeking exercise, he could have also avoided taking names altogether. But then am not saying he can't make an opinion, sure he can, but he was so not justified in name calling.

    I am sorry to say this but suddenly the bloggers of the nation have started thinking too highly of themselves when they are just as much guilty of cheap publicity as our MSMedia. You can't expect responsible behaviour from others if you can't show the same yourself. Take for eg. people like one Harshad Joshi here who is going about calling Ms.Dutt a Maggot an ugly face and others simply read and move on. The blog owner also didn't bother to remove such comments which use foul language.

    I understand I am the only dissenting voice here and following this comment name calling would start against me. Just in case people forgot freedom of expression does NOT include name calling. But in my defense, am neither against Kunte nor NDTV. I just think we are making too much noise about it. Because us bloggers are no spotless minds. We are part of the circus just our means are different.

  • You guys are all so naive and harmless souls, feels my heart with joy to see the abundance of innocence here, so innocent you are that you just don't get the fact that Mr. Kunte called Ms. Dutt an Idiot. I am guessing according to all you people 'Idiot' is such a sweet name to call, rather harmless freedom of expression. Oh wow such a noble soul Mr. Kunte only next to a saint, so what if he called a fellow woman who is a leading name in her field and has a considerable repute an Idiot.

    Idiocy according to Indian law is a valid condition for nullification of marriages, for denying contractual rights, but hey Barkha Dutt according to Mr. Kunte is an Idiot and so the entire Indian blogsphere, is clueless for the life of their's, just what can possibly Ms. Dutt be upset about, and lo you have the new Blogging Martyr of the country.

    Mr. Kunte's post was far from being responsible journalism. He could have made the same point in much respectable tone. He used rude language not to forget specific use of the word 'idiot'. If it was only a constructive criticism and not an attention seeking exercise, he could have also avoided taking names altogether. But then am not saying he can't make an opinion, sure he can, but he was so not justified in name calling.

    I am sorry to say this but suddenly the bloggers of the nation have started thinking too highly of themselves when they are just as much guilty of cheap publicity as our MSMedia. You can't expect responsible behaviour from others if you can't show the same yourself. Take for eg. people like one Harshad Joshi here who is going about calling Ms.Dutt a Maggot an ugly face and others simply read and move on. The blog owner also didn't bother to remove such comments which use foul language.

    I understand I am the only dissenting voice here and following this comment name calling would start against me. Just in case people forgot freedom of expression does NOT include name calling. But in my defense, am neither against Kunte nor NDTV. I just think we are making too much noise about it. Because us bloggers are no spotless minds. We are part of the circus just our means are different.

  • You guys are all so naive and harmless souls, feels my heart with joy to see the abundance of innocence here, so innocent you are that you just don't get the fact that Mr. Kunte called Ms. Dutt an Idiot. I am guessing according to all you people 'Idiot' is such a sweet name to call, rather harmless freedom of expression. Oh wow such a noble soul Mr. Kunte only next to a saint, so what if he called a fellow woman who is a leading name in her field and has a considerable repute an Idiot.

    Idiocy according to Indian law is a valid condition for nullification of marriages, for denying contractual rights, but hey Barkha Dutt according to Mr. Kunte is an Idiot and so the entire Indian blogsphere, is clueless for the life of their's, just what can possibly Ms. Dutt be upset about, and lo you have the new Blogging Martyr of the country.

    Mr. Kunte's post was far from being responsible journalism. He could have made the same point in much respectable tone. He used rude language not to forget specific use of the word 'idiot'. If it was only a constructive criticism and not an attention seeking exercise, he could have also avoided taking names altogether. But then am not saying he can't make an opinion, sure he can, but he was so not justified in name calling.

    I am sorry to say this but suddenly the bloggers of the nation have started thinking too highly of themselves when they are just as much guilty of cheap publicity as our MSMedia. You can't expect responsible behaviour from others if you can't show the same yourself. Take for eg. people like one Harshad Joshi here who is going about calling Ms.Dutt a Maggot an ugly face and others simply read and move on. The blog owner also didn't bother to remove such comments which use foul language.

    I understand I am the only dissenting voice here and following this comment name calling would start against me. Just in case people forgot freedom of expression does NOT include name calling. But in my defense, am neither against Kunte nor NDTV. I just think we are making too much noise about it. Because us bloggers are no spotless minds. We are part of the circus just our means are different.

  • You guys are all so naive and harmless souls, feels my heart with joy to see the abundance of innocence here, so innocent you are that you just don't get the fact that Mr. Kunte called Ms. Dutt an Idiot. I am guessing according to all you people 'Idiot' is such a sweet name to call, rather harmless freedom of expression. Oh wow such a noble soul Mr. Kunte only next to a saint, so what if he called a fellow woman who is a leading name in her field and has a considerable repute an Idiot.

    Idiocy according to Indian law is a valid condition for nullification of marriages, for denying contractual rights, but hey Barkha Dutt according to Mr. Kunte is an Idiot and so the entire Indian blogsphere, is clueless for the life of their's, just what can possibly Ms. Dutt be upset about, and lo you have the new Blogging Martyr of the country.

    Mr. Kunte's post was far from being responsible journalism. He could have made the same point in much respectable tone. He used rude language not to forget specific use of the word 'idiot'. If it was only a constructive criticism and not an attention seeking exercise, he could have also avoided taking names altogether. But then am not saying he can't make an opinion, sure he can, but he was so not justified in name calling.

    I am sorry to say this but suddenly the bloggers of the nation have started thinking too highly of themselves when they are just as much guilty of cheap publicity as our MSMedia. You can't expect responsible behaviour from others if you can't show the same yourself. Take for eg. people like one Harshad Joshi here who is going about calling Ms.Dutt a Maggot an ugly face and others simply read and move on. The blog owner also didn't bother to remove such comments which use foul language.

    I understand I am the only dissenting voice here and following this comment name calling would start against me. Just in case people forgot freedom of expression does NOT include name calling. But in my defense, am neither against Kunte nor NDTV. I just think we are making too much noise about it. Because us bloggers are no spotless minds. We are part of the circus just our means are different.

  • You guys are all so naive and harmless souls, feels my heart with joy to see the abundance of innocence here, so innocent you are that you just don't get the fact that Mr. Kunte called Ms. Dutt an Idiot. I am guessing according to all you people 'Idiot' is such a sweet name to call, rather harmless freedom of expression. Oh wow such a noble soul Mr. Kunte only next to a saint, so what if he called a fellow woman who is a leading name in her field and has a considerable repute an Idiot.

    Idiocy according to Indian law is a valid condition for nullification of marriages, for denying contractual rights, but hey Barkha Dutt according to Mr. Kunte is an Idiot and so the entire Indian blogsphere, is clueless for the life of their's, just what can possibly Ms. Dutt be upset about, and lo you have the new Blogging Martyr of the country.

    Mr. Kunte's post was far from being responsible journalism. He could have made the same point in much respectable tone. He used rude language not to forget specific use of the word 'idiot'. If it was only a constructive criticism and not an attention seeking exercise, he could have also avoided taking names altogether. But then am not saying he can't make an opinion, sure he can, but he was so not justified in name calling.

    I am sorry to say this but suddenly the bloggers of the nation have started thinking too highly of themselves when they are just as much guilty of cheap publicity as our MSMedia. You can't expect responsible behaviour from others if you can't show the same yourself. Take for eg. people like one Harshad Joshi here who is going about calling Ms.Dutt a Maggot an ugly face and others simply read and move on. The blog owner also didn't bother to remove such comments which use foul language.

    I understand I am the only dissenting voice here and following this comment name calling would start against me. Just in case people forgot freedom of expression does NOT include name calling. But in my defense, am neither against Kunte nor NDTV. I just think we are making too much noise about it. Because us bloggers are no spotless minds. We are part of the circus just our means are different.

  • You guys are all so naive and harmless souls, feels my heart with joy to see the abundance of innocence here, so innocent you are that you just don't get the fact that Mr. Kunte called Ms. Dutt an Idiot. I am guessing according to all you people 'Idiot' is such a sweet name to call, rather harmless freedom of expression. Oh wow such a noble soul Mr. Kunte only next to a saint, so what if he called a fellow woman who is a leading name in her field and has a considerable repute an Idiot.

    Idiocy according to Indian law is a valid condition for nullification of marriages, for denying contractual rights, but hey Barkha Dutt according to Mr. Kunte is an Idiot and so the entire Indian blogsphere, is clueless for the life of their's, just what can possibly Ms. Dutt be upset about, and lo you have the new Blogging Martyr of the country.

    Mr. Kunte's post was far from being responsible journalism. He could have made the same point in much respectable tone. He used rude language not to forget specific use of the word 'idiot'. If it was only a constructive criticism and not an attention seeking exercise, he could have also avoided taking names altogether. But then am not saying he can't make an opinion, sure he can, but he was so not justified in name calling.

    I am sorry to say this but suddenly the bloggers of the nation have started thinking too highly of themselves when they are just as much guilty of cheap publicity as our MSMedia. You can't expect responsible behaviour from others if you can't show the same yourself. Take for eg. people like one Harshad Joshi here who is going about calling Ms.Dutt a Maggot an ugly face and others simply read and move on. The blog owner also didn't bother to remove such comments which use foul language.

    I understand I am the only dissenting voice here and following this comment name calling would start against me. Just in case people forgot freedom of expression does NOT include name calling. But in my defense, am neither against Kunte nor NDTV. I just think we are making too much noise about it. Because us bloggers are no spotless minds. We are part of the circus just our means are different.

  • You guys are all so naive and harmless souls, feels my heart with joy to see the abundance of innocence here, so innocent you are that you just don't get the fact that Mr. Kunte called Ms. Dutt an Idiot. I am guessing according to all you people 'Idiot' is such a sweet name to call, rather harmless freedom of expression. Oh wow such a noble soul Mr. Kunte only next to a saint, so what if he called a fellow woman who is a leading name in her field and has a considerable repute an Idiot.

    Idiocy according to Indian law is a valid condition for nullification of marriages, for denying contractual rights, but hey Barkha Dutt according to Mr. Kunte is an Idiot and so the entire Indian blogsphere, is clueless for the life of their's, just what can possibly Ms. Dutt be upset about, and lo you have the new Blogging Martyr of the country.

    Mr. Kunte's post was far from being responsible journalism. He could have made the same point in much respectable tone. He used rude language not to forget specific use of the word 'idiot'. If it was only a constructive criticism and not an attention seeking exercise, he could have also avoided taking names altogether. But then am not saying he can't make an opinion, sure he can, but he was so not justified in name calling.

    I am sorry to say this but suddenly the bloggers of the nation have started thinking too highly of themselves when they are just as much guilty of cheap publicity as our MSMedia. You can't expect responsible behaviour from others if you can't show the same yourself. Take for eg. people like one Harshad Joshi here who is going about calling Ms.Dutt a Maggot an ugly face and others simply read and move on. The blog owner also didn't bother to remove such comments which use foul language.

    I understand I am the only dissenting voice here and following this comment name calling would start against me. Just in case people forgot freedom of expression does NOT include name calling. But in my defense, am neither against Kunte nor NDTV. I just think we are making too much noise about it. Because us bloggers are no spotless minds. We are part of the circus just our means are different.

  • You guys are all so naive and harmless souls, feels my heart with joy to see the abundance of innocence here, so innocent you are that you just don't get the fact that Mr. Kunte called Ms. Dutt an Idiot. I am guessing according to all you people 'Idiot' is such a sweet name to call, rather harmless freedom of expression. Oh wow such a noble soul Mr. Kunte only next to a saint, so what if he called a fellow woman who is a leading name in her field and has a considerable repute an Idiot.

    Idiocy according to Indian law is a valid condition for nullification of marriages, for denying contractual rights, but hey Barkha Dutt according to Mr. Kunte is an Idiot and so the entire Indian blogsphere, is clueless for the life of their's, just what can possibly Ms. Dutt be upset about, and lo you have the new Blogging Martyr of the country.

    Mr. Kunte's post was far from being responsible journalism. He could have made the same point in much respectable tone. He used rude language not to forget specific use of the word 'idiot'. If it was only a constructive criticism and not an attention seeking exercise, he could have also avoided taking names altogether. But then am not saying he can't make an opinion, sure he can, but he was so not justified in name calling.

    I am sorry to say this but suddenly the bloggers of the nation have started thinking too highly of themselves when they are just as much guilty of cheap publicity as our MSMedia. You can't expect responsible behaviour from others if you can't show the same yourself. Take for eg. people like one Harshad Joshi here who is going about calling Ms.Dutt a Maggot an ugly face and others simply read and move on. The blog owner also didn't bother to remove such comments which use foul language.

    I understand I am the only dissenting voice here and following this comment name calling would start against me. Just in case people forgot freedom of expression does NOT include name calling. But in my defense, am neither against Kunte nor NDTV. I just think we are making too much noise about it. Because us bloggers are no spotless minds. We are part of the circus just our means are different.

  • You guys are all so naive and harmless souls, feels my heart with joy to see the abundance of innocence here, so innocent you are that you just don't get the fact that Mr. Kunte called Ms. Dutt an Idiot. I am guessing according to all you people 'Idiot' is such a sweet name to call, rather harmless freedom of expression. Oh wow such a noble soul Mr. Kunte only next to a saint, so what if he called a fellow woman who is a leading name in her field and has a considerable repute an Idiot.

    Idiocy according to Indian law is a valid condition for nullification of marriages, for denying contractual rights, but hey Barkha Dutt according to Mr. Kunte is an Idiot and so the entire Indian blogsphere, is clueless for the life of their's, just what can possibly Ms. Dutt be upset about, and lo you have the new Blogging Martyr of the country.

    Mr. Kunte's post was far from being responsible journalism. He could have made the same point in much respectable tone. He used rude language not to forget specific use of the word 'idiot'. If it was only a constructive criticism and not an attention seeking exercise, he could have also avoided taking names altogether. But then am not saying he can't make an opinion, sure he can, but he was so not justified in name calling.

    I am sorry to say this but suddenly the bloggers of the nation have started thinking too highly of themselves when they are just as much guilty of cheap publicity as our MSMedia. You can't expect responsible behaviour from others if you can't show the same yourself. Take for eg. people like one Harshad Joshi here who is going about calling Ms.Dutt a Maggot an ugly face and others simply read and move on. The blog owner also didn't bother to remove such comments which use foul language.

    I understand I am the only dissenting voice here and following this comment name calling would start against me. Just in case people forgot freedom of expression does NOT include name calling. But in my defense, am neither against Kunte nor NDTV. I just think we are making too much noise about it. Because us bloggers are no spotless minds. We are part of the circus just our means are different.

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    Nvere!!!

  • This 'end' was like the one in RDB…

    We cant accept 'ends' like these anymore!

    No more!!

    Nvere!!!

  • This 'end' was like the one in RDB…

    We cant accept 'ends' like these anymore!

    No more!!

    Nvere!!!

  • This 'end' was like the one in RDB…

    We cant accept 'ends' like these anymore!

    No more!!

    Nvere!!!

  • This 'end' was like the one in RDB…

    We cant accept 'ends' like these anymore!

    No more!!

    Nvere!!!

  • This 'end' was like the one in RDB…

    We cant accept 'ends' like these anymore!

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    We cant accept 'ends' like these anymore!

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  • whackjob

    Oh yeah, let the honchos at ndtv hear it loud and clear. we at blogosphere are not happy with her sending a pack of lawyers hounds after people who dont agree with her brand of journalism- loud, sensational and intolerant. You wont pull a dirty trick like this and expect people to take it lying down. expect more bitter in future. regards

  • whackjob

    Oh yeah, let the honchos at ndtv hear it loud and clear. we at blogosphere are not happy with her sending a pack of lawyers hounds after people who dont agree with her brand of journalism- loud, sensational and intolerant. You wont pull a dirty trick like this and expect people to take it lying down. expect more bitter in future. regards

  • whackjob

    Oh yeah, let the honchos at ndtv hear it loud and clear. we at blogosphere are not happy with her sending a pack of lawyers hounds after people who dont agree with her brand of journalism- loud, sensational and intolerant. You wont pull a dirty trick like this and expect people to take it lying down. expect more bitter in future. regards

  • whackjob

    Oh yeah, let the honchos at ndtv hear it loud and clear. we at blogosphere are not happy with her sending a pack of lawyers hounds after people who dont agree with her brand of journalism- loud, sensational and intolerant. You wont pull a dirty trick like this and expect people to take it lying down. expect more bitter in future. regards

  • whackjob

    Oh yeah, let the honchos at ndtv hear it loud and clear. we at blogosphere are not happy with her sending a pack of lawyers hounds after people who dont agree with her brand of journalism- loud, sensational and intolerant. You wont pull a dirty trick like this and expect people to take it lying down. expect more bitter in future. regards

  • whackjob

    Oh yeah, let the honchos at ndtv hear it loud and clear. we at blogosphere are not happy with her sending a pack of lawyers hounds after people who dont agree with her brand of journalism- loud, sensational and intolerant. You wont pull a dirty trick like this and expect people to take it lying down. expect more bitter in future. regards

  • whackjob

    Oh yeah, let the honchos at ndtv hear it loud and clear. we at blogosphere are not happy with her sending a pack of lawyers hounds after people who dont agree with her brand of journalism- loud, sensational and intolerant. You wont pull a dirty trick like this and expect people to take it lying down. expect more bitter in future. regards

  • whackjob

    Oh yeah, let the honchos at ndtv hear it loud and clear. we at blogosphere are not happy with her sending a pack of lawyers hounds after people who dont agree with her brand of journalism- loud, sensational and intolerant. You wont pull a dirty trick like this and expect people to take it lying down. expect more bitter in future. regards

  • whackjob

    Oh yeah, let the honchos at ndtv hear it loud and clear. we at blogosphere are not happy with her sending a pack of lawyers hounds after people who dont agree with her brand of journalism- loud, sensational and intolerant. You wont pull a dirty trick like this and expect people to take it lying down. expect more bitter in future. regards

  • whackjob

    Oh yeah, let the honchos at ndtv hear it loud and clear. we at blogosphere are not happy with her sending a pack of lawyers hounds after people who dont agree with her brand of journalism- loud, sensational and intolerant. You wont pull a dirty trick like this and expect people to take it lying down. expect more bitter in future. regards

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  • whackjob

    Lets call it another shoddy behaviour of ms barkha dutt and ndtv or better shoddygate.

    I hope ndtv viewers would give it a second thought before flipping it on next time, just pathetic.

    tell me if there is a way i can cancel remove ndtv from tata sky i will much appreciate it.

  • whackjob

    Lets call it another shoddy behaviour of ms barkha dutt and ndtv or better shoddygate.

    I hope ndtv viewers would give it a second thought before flipping it on next time, just pathetic.

    tell me if there is a way i can cancel remove ndtv from tata sky i will much appreciate it.

  • whackjob

    Lets call it another shoddy behaviour of ms barkha dutt and ndtv or better shoddygate.

    I hope ndtv viewers would give it a second thought before flipping it on next time, just pathetic.

    tell me if there is a way i can cancel remove ndtv from tata sky i will much appreciate it.

  • whackjob

    Lets call it another shoddy behaviour of ms barkha dutt and ndtv or better shoddygate.

    I hope ndtv viewers would give it a second thought before flipping it on next time, just pathetic.

    tell me if there is a way i can cancel remove ndtv from tata sky i will much appreciate it.

  • whackjob

    Lets call it another shoddy behaviour of ms barkha dutt and ndtv or better shoddygate.

    I hope ndtv viewers would give it a second thought before flipping it on next time, just pathetic.

    tell me if there is a way i can cancel remove ndtv from tata sky i will much appreciate it.

  • whackjob

    Lets call it another shoddy behaviour of ms barkha dutt and ndtv or better shoddygate.

    I hope ndtv viewers would give it a second thought before flipping it on next time, just pathetic.

    tell me if there is a way i can cancel remove ndtv from tata sky i will much appreciate it.

  • whackjob

    Lets call it another shoddy behaviour of ms barkha dutt and ndtv or better shoddygate.

    I hope ndtv viewers would give it a second thought before flipping it on next time, just pathetic.

    tell me if there is a way i can cancel remove ndtv from tata sky i will much appreciate it.

  • whackjob

    Lets call it another shoddy behaviour of ms barkha dutt and ndtv or better shoddygate.

    I hope ndtv viewers would give it a second thought before flipping it on next time, just pathetic.

    tell me if there is a way i can cancel remove ndtv from tata sky i will much appreciate it.

  • whackjob

    Lets call it another shoddy behaviour of ms barkha dutt and ndtv or better shoddygate.

    I hope ndtv viewers would give it a second thought before flipping it on next time, just pathetic.

    tell me if there is a way i can cancel remove ndtv from tata sky i will much appreciate it.

  • whackjob

    Lets call it another shoddy behaviour of ms barkha dutt and ndtv or better shoddygate.

    I hope ndtv viewers would give it a second thought before flipping it on next time, just pathetic.

    tell me if there is a way i can cancel remove ndtv from tata sky i will much appreciate it.

  • Sanjukta, here's a haiku for you

    An empty mind
    Illusion or peace
    Jobless?..

    I think you should stop targeting others Each time you comment on someone's blog, you just show up that you have a crooked mind. It shows that you are just desperate to settle your personal scores with people. Please dont wash your dirty linen in public. You seem to have your own worthless blog running somewhere…

    If you dont cease your failing attempts at targeting people, we will take strict action against you by marking your blog(s) as spam. And no court will save you from it. Thats a promise….

  • Sanjukta, here's a haiku for you

    An empty mind
    Illusion or peace
    Jobless?..

    I think you should stop targeting others Each time you comment on someone's blog, you just show up that you have a crooked mind. It shows that you are just desperate to settle your personal scores with people. Please dont wash your dirty linen in public. You seem to have your own worthless blog running somewhere…

    If you dont cease your failing attempts at targeting people, we will take strict action against you by marking your blog(s) as spam. And no court will save you from it. Thats a promise….

  • Sanjukta, here's a haiku for you

    An empty mind
    Illusion or peace
    Jobless?..

    I think you should stop targeting others Each time you comment on someone's blog, you just show up that you have a crooked mind. It shows that you are just desperate to settle your personal scores with people. Please dont wash your dirty linen in public. You seem to have your own worthless blog running somewhere…

    If you dont cease your failing attempts at targeting people, we will take strict action against you by marking your blog(s) as spam. And no court will save you from it. Thats a promise….

  • Sanjukta, here's a haiku for you

    An empty mind
    Illusion or peace
    Jobless?..

    I think you should stop targeting others Each time you comment on someone's blog, you just show up that you have a crooked mind. It shows that you are just desperate to settle your personal scores with people. Please dont wash your dirty linen in public. You seem to have your own worthless blog running somewhere…

    If you dont cease your failing attempts at targeting people, we will take strict action against you by marking your blog(s) as spam. And no court will save you from it. Thats a promise….

  • Sanjukta, here's a haiku for you

    An empty mind
    Illusion or peace
    Jobless?..

    I think you should stop targeting others Each time you comment on someone's blog, you just show up that you have a crooked mind. It shows that you are just desperate to settle your personal scores with people. Please dont wash your dirty linen in public. You seem to have your own worthless blog running somewhere…

    If you dont cease your failing attempts at targeting people, we will take strict action against you by marking your blog(s) as spam. And no court will save you from it. Thats a promise….

  • Sanjukta, here's a haiku for you

    An empty mind
    Illusion or peace
    Jobless?..

    I think you should stop targeting others Each time you comment on someone's blog, you just show up that you have a crooked mind. It shows that you are just desperate to settle your personal scores with people. Please dont wash your dirty linen in public. You seem to have your own worthless blog running somewhere…

    If you dont cease your failing attempts at targeting people, we will take strict action against you by marking your blog(s) as spam. And no court will save you from it. Thats a promise….

  • Sanjukta, here's a haiku for you

    An empty mind
    Illusion or peace
    Jobless?..

    I think you should stop targeting others Each time you comment on someone's blog, you just show up that you have a crooked mind. It shows that you are just desperate to settle your personal scores with people. Please dont wash your dirty linen in public. You seem to have your own worthless blog running somewhere…

    If you dont cease your failing attempts at targeting people, we will take strict action against you by marking your blog(s) as spam. And no court will save you from it. Thats a promise….

  • Sanjukta, here's a haiku for you

    An empty mind
    Illusion or peace
    Jobless?..

    I think you should stop targeting others Each time you comment on someone's blog, you just show up that you have a crooked mind. It shows that you are just desperate to settle your personal scores with people. Please dont wash your dirty linen in public. You seem to have your own worthless blog running somewhere…

    If you dont cease your failing attempts at targeting people, we will take strict action against you by marking your blog(s) as spam. And no court will save you from it. Thats a promise….

  • Sanjukta, here's a haiku for you

    An empty mind
    Illusion or peace
    Jobless?..

    I think you should stop targeting others Each time you comment on someone's blog, you just show up that you have a crooked mind. It shows that you are just desperate to settle your personal scores with people. Please dont wash your dirty linen in public. You seem to have your own worthless blog running somewhere…

    If you dont cease your failing attempts at targeting people, we will take strict action against you by marking your blog(s) as spam. And no court will save you from it. Thats a promise….

  • hiralove

    It was meant to happen .. these top journalists just want to be on top .. and this is the way they do it .. I totally agree with your opinions .. and i like the way the whole thing ended .. Now the real thing is going to come, People will become more aware what's happening and there will be no misguides from The IDIOT BOX …. Barkha Dutt has sure declined with this hobnob .. and its just the started ..

  • hiralove

    It was meant to happen .. these top journalists just want to be on top .. and this is the way they do it .. I totally agree with your opinions .. and i like the way the whole thing ended .. Now the real thing is going to come, People will become more aware what's happening and there will be no misguides from The IDIOT BOX …. Barkha Dutt has sure declined with this hobnob .. and its just the started ..

  • hiralove

    It was meant to happen .. these top journalists just want to be on top .. and this is the way they do it .. I totally agree with your opinions .. and i like the way the whole thing ended .. Now the real thing is going to come, People will become more aware what's happening and there will be no misguides from The IDIOT BOX …. Barkha Dutt has sure declined with this hobnob .. and its just the started ..

  • hiralove

    It was meant to happen .. these top journalists just want to be on top .. and this is the way they do it .. I totally agree with your opinions .. and i like the way the whole thing ended .. Now the real thing is going to come, People will become more aware what's happening and there will be no misguides from The IDIOT BOX …. Barkha Dutt has sure declined with this hobnob .. and its just the started ..

  • hiralove

    It was meant to happen .. these top journalists just want to be on top .. and this is the way they do it .. I totally agree with your opinions .. and i like the way the whole thing ended .. Now the real thing is going to come, People will become more aware what's happening and there will be no misguides from The IDIOT BOX …. Barkha Dutt has sure declined with this hobnob .. and its just the started ..

  • hiralove

    It was meant to happen .. these top journalists just want to be on top .. and this is the way they do it .. I totally agree with your opinions .. and i like the way the whole thing ended .. Now the real thing is going to come, People will become more aware what's happening and there will be no misguides from The IDIOT BOX …. Barkha Dutt has sure declined with this hobnob .. and its just the started ..

  • hiralove

    It was meant to happen .. these top journalists just want to be on top .. and this is the way they do it .. I totally agree with your opinions .. and i like the way the whole thing ended .. Now the real thing is going to come, People will become more aware what's happening and there will be no misguides from The IDIOT BOX …. Barkha Dutt has sure declined with this hobnob .. and its just the started ..

  • hiralove

    It was meant to happen .. these top journalists just want to be on top .. and this is the way they do it .. I totally agree with your opinions .. and i like the way the whole thing ended .. Now the real thing is going to come, People will become more aware what's happening and there will be no misguides from The IDIOT BOX …. Barkha Dutt has sure declined with this hobnob .. and its just the started ..

  • hiralove

    It was meant to happen .. these top journalists just want to be on top .. and this is the way they do it .. I totally agree with your opinions .. and i like the way the whole thing ended .. Now the real thing is going to come, People will become more aware what's happening and there will be no misguides from The IDIOT BOX …. Barkha Dutt has sure declined with this hobnob .. and its just the started ..

  • hiralove

    It was meant to happen .. these top journalists just want to be on top .. and this is the way they do it .. I totally agree with your opinions .. and i like the way the whole thing ended .. Now the real thing is going to come, People will become more aware what's happening and there will be no misguides from The IDIOT BOX …. Barkha Dutt has sure declined with this hobnob .. and its just the started ..

  • Jokingly Serious

    Barkha Dutt is one over hyped- I-am-a-feminist kind journalist who thinks that she is the undisputed queen on Indian television, ha and there are people who watch NDTV. But then what else do we have eh? we have Rajdeep Sardesai blowing his trumpet incessantly or the Hindi channels showing us latest WWE updates.
    To cut a long story short Indian television media is plain non-sense, they have done more harm than good. To adorn these cheapos there are awards which confer a particular channel to be the best and the rest to be equally good . I'm reminded of the story where a King confers titles upon himself and in the end is stoned to death(well there is no such story I just made that up )

  • Jokingly Serious

    Barkha Dutt is one over hyped- I-am-a-feminist kind journalist who thinks that she is the undisputed queen on Indian television, ha and there are people who watch NDTV. But then what else do we have eh? we have Rajdeep Sardesai blowing his trumpet incessantly or the Hindi channels showing us latest WWE updates.
    To cut a long story short Indian television media is plain non-sense, they have done more harm than good. To adorn these cheapos there are awards which confer a particular channel to be the best and the rest to be equally good . I'm reminded of the story where a King confers titles upon himself and in the end is stoned to death(well there is no such story I just made that up )

  • Jokingly Serious

    Barkha Dutt is one over hyped- I-am-a-feminist kind journalist who thinks that she is the undisputed queen on Indian television, ha and there are people who watch NDTV. But then what else do we have eh? we have Rajdeep Sardesai blowing his trumpet incessantly or the Hindi channels showing us latest WWE updates.
    To cut a long story short Indian television media is plain non-sense, they have done more harm than good. To adorn these cheapos there are awards which confer a particular channel to be the best and the rest to be equally good . I'm reminded of the story where a King confers titles upon himself and in the end is stoned to death(well there is no such story I just made that up )

  • Jokingly Serious

    Barkha Dutt is one over hyped- I-am-a-feminist kind journalist who thinks that she is the undisputed queen on Indian television, ha and there are people who watch NDTV. But then what else do we have eh? we have Rajdeep Sardesai blowing his trumpet incessantly or the Hindi channels showing us latest WWE updates.
    To cut a long story short Indian television media is plain non-sense, they have done more harm than good. To adorn these cheapos there are awards which confer a particular channel to be the best and the rest to be equally good . I'm reminded of the story where a King confers titles upon himself and in the end is stoned to death(well there is no such story I just made that up )

  • Jokingly Serious

    Barkha Dutt is one over hyped- I-am-a-feminist kind journalist who thinks that she is the undisputed queen on Indian television, ha and there are people who watch NDTV. But then what else do we have eh? we have Rajdeep Sardesai blowing his trumpet incessantly or the Hindi channels showing us latest WWE updates.
    To cut a long story short Indian television media is plain non-sense, they have done more harm than good. To adorn these cheapos there are awards which confer a particular channel to be the best and the rest to be equally good . I'm reminded of the story where a King confers titles upon himself and in the end is stoned to death(well there is no such story I just made that up )

  • Jokingly Serious

    Barkha Dutt is one over hyped- I-am-a-feminist kind journalist who thinks that she is the undisputed queen on Indian television, ha and there are people who watch NDTV. But then what else do we have eh? we have Rajdeep Sardesai blowing his trumpet incessantly or the Hindi channels showing us latest WWE updates.
    To cut a long story short Indian television media is plain non-sense, they have done more harm than good. To adorn these cheapos there are awards which confer a particular channel to be the best and the rest to be equally good . I'm reminded of the story where a King confers titles upon himself and in the end is stoned to death(well there is no such story I just made that up )

  • Jokingly Serious

    Barkha Dutt is one over hyped- I-am-a-feminist kind journalist who thinks that she is the undisputed queen on Indian television, ha and there are people who watch NDTV. But then what else do we have eh? we have Rajdeep Sardesai blowing his trumpet incessantly or the Hindi channels showing us latest WWE updates.
    To cut a long story short Indian television media is plain non-sense, they have done more harm than good. To adorn these cheapos there are awards which confer a particular channel to be the best and the rest to be equally good . I'm reminded of the story where a King confers titles upon himself and in the end is stoned to death(well there is no such story I just made that up )

  • Jokingly Serious

    Barkha Dutt is one over hyped- I-am-a-feminist kind journalist who thinks that she is the undisputed queen on Indian television, ha and there are people who watch NDTV. But then what else do we have eh? we have Rajdeep Sardesai blowing his trumpet incessantly or the Hindi channels showing us latest WWE updates.
    To cut a long story short Indian television media is plain non-sense, they have done more harm than good. To adorn these cheapos there are awards which confer a particular channel to be the best and the rest to be equally good . I'm reminded of the story where a King confers titles upon himself and in the end is stoned to death(well there is no such story I just made that up )

  • Jokingly Serious

    Barkha Dutt is one over hyped- I-am-a-feminist kind journalist who thinks that she is the undisputed queen on Indian television, ha and there are people who watch NDTV. But then what else do we have eh? we have Rajdeep Sardesai blowing his trumpet incessantly or the Hindi channels showing us latest WWE updates.
    To cut a long story short Indian television media is plain non-sense, they have done more harm than good. To adorn these cheapos there are awards which confer a particular channel to be the best and the rest to be equally good . I'm reminded of the story where a King confers titles upon himself and in the end is stoned to death(well there is no such story I just made that up )

  • Jokingly Serious

    Barkha Dutt is one over hyped- I-am-a-feminist kind journalist who thinks that she is the undisputed queen on Indian television, ha and there are people who watch NDTV. But then what else do we have eh? we have Rajdeep Sardesai blowing his trumpet incessantly or the Hindi channels showing us latest WWE updates.
    To cut a long story short Indian television media is plain non-sense, they have done more harm than good. To adorn these cheapos there are awards which confer a particular channel to be the best and the rest to be equally good . I'm reminded of the story where a King confers titles upon himself and in the end is stoned to death(well there is no such story I just made that up )

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  • binoymuzumder

    dear
    Madam
    I am tareque kazi ,unable to find correct website am addressing u through this.I have made a documentary on 115years old sufi festival(mela)in west bengal .I came to know that your channel 24x7ndtv is telecasting this type of documentary.I want to sell my documentary to you, please inform me the rules &regulation.
    thanking u
    tareque kazi
    kazi.tareque@gmail.com

  • binoymuzumder

    dear
    Madam
    I am tareque kazi ,unable to find correct website am addressing u through this.I have made a documentary on 115years old sufi festival(mela)in west bengal .I came to know that your channel 24x7ndtv is telecasting this type of documentary.I want to sell my documentary to you, please inform me the rules &regulation.
    thanking u
    tareque kazi
    kazi.tareque@gmail.com

  • binoymuzumder

    dear
    Madam
    I am tareque kazi ,unable to find correct website am addressing u through this.I have made a documentary on 115years old sufi festival(mela)in west bengal .I came to know that your channel 24x7ndtv is telecasting this type of documentary.I want to sell my documentary to you, please inform me the rules &regulation.
    thanking u
    tareque kazi
    kazi.tareque@gmail.com

  • binoymuzumder

    dear
    Madam
    I am tareque kazi ,unable to find correct website am addressing u through this.I have made a documentary on 115years old sufi festival(mela)in west bengal .I came to know that your channel 24x7ndtv is telecasting this type of documentary.I want to sell my documentary to you, please inform me the rules &regulation.
    thanking u
    tareque kazi
    kazi.tareque@gmail.com

  • binoymuzumder

    dear
    Madam
    I am tareque kazi ,unable to find correct website am addressing u through this.I have made a documentary on 115years old sufi festival(mela)in west bengal .I came to know that your channel 24x7ndtv is telecasting this type of documentary.I want to sell my documentary to you, please inform me the rules &regulation.
    thanking u
    tareque kazi
    kazi.tareque@gmail.com

  • binoymuzumder

    dear
    Madam
    I am tareque kazi ,unable to find correct website am addressing u through this.I have made a documentary on 115years old sufi festival(mela)in west bengal .I came to know that your channel 24x7ndtv is telecasting this type of documentary.I want to sell my documentary to you, please inform me the rules &regulation.
    thanking u
    tareque kazi
    kazi.tareque@gmail.com

  • binoymuzumder

    dear
    Madam
    I am tareque kazi ,unable to find correct website am addressing u through this.I have made a documentary on 115years old sufi festival(mela)in west bengal .I came to know that your channel 24x7ndtv is telecasting this type of documentary.I want to sell my documentary to you, please inform me the rules &regulation.
    thanking u
    tareque kazi
    kazi.tareque@gmail.com

  • binoymuzumder

    dear
    Madam
    I am tareque kazi ,unable to find correct website am addressing u through this.I have made a documentary on 115years old sufi festival(mela)in west bengal .I came to know that your channel 24x7ndtv is telecasting this type of documentary.I want to sell my documentary to you, please inform me the rules &regulation.
    thanking u
    tareque kazi
    kazi.tareque@gmail.com

  • binoymuzumder

    dear
    Madam
    I am tareque kazi ,unable to find correct website am addressing u through this.I have made a documentary on 115years old sufi festival(mela)in west bengal .I came to know that your channel 24x7ndtv is telecasting this type of documentary.I want to sell my documentary to you, please inform me the rules &regulation.
    thanking u
    tareque kazi
    kazi.tareque@gmail.com

  • binoymuzumder

    dear
    Madam
    I am tareque kazi ,unable to find correct website am addressing u through this.I have made a documentary on 115years old sufi festival(mela)in west bengal .I came to know that your channel 24x7ndtv is telecasting this type of documentary.I want to sell my documentary to you, please inform me the rules &regulation.
    thanking u
    tareque kazi
    kazi.tareque@gmail.com

  • pkr

    @Dr Zen,

    Thats an extremely coherent and articulate reply, which only focussed on the argument at hand without harping on the person who made the argument. Pretty much like most of the criticism targeted at Ms Dutt.

  • pkr

    @Dr Zen,

    Thats an extremely coherent and articulate reply, which only focussed on the argument at hand without harping on the person who made the argument. Pretty much like most of the criticism targeted at Ms Dutt.

  • pkr

    @Dr Zen,

    Thats an extremely coherent and articulate reply, which only focussed on the argument at hand without harping on the person who made the argument. Pretty much like most of the criticism targeted at Ms Dutt.

  • pkr

    @Dr Zen,

    Thats an extremely coherent and articulate reply, which only focussed on the argument at hand without harping on the person who made the argument. Pretty much like most of the criticism targeted at Ms Dutt.

  • pkr

    @Dr Zen,

    Thats an extremely coherent and articulate reply, which only focussed on the argument at hand without harping on the person who made the argument. Pretty much like most of the criticism targeted at Ms Dutt.

  • pkr

    @Dr Zen,

    Thats an extremely coherent and articulate reply, which only focussed on the argument at hand without harping on the person who made the argument. Pretty much like most of the criticism targeted at Ms Dutt.

  • pkr

    @Dr Zen,

    Thats an extremely coherent and articulate reply, which only focussed on the argument at hand without harping on the person who made the argument. Pretty much like most of the criticism targeted at Ms Dutt.

  • pkr

    @Dr Zen,

    Thats an extremely coherent and articulate reply, which only focussed on the argument at hand without harping on the person who made the argument. Pretty much like most of the criticism targeted at Ms Dutt.

  • pkr

    @Dr Zen,

    Thats an extremely coherent and articulate reply, which only focussed on the argument at hand without harping on the person who made the argument. Pretty much like most of the criticism targeted at Ms Dutt.

  • pkr

    @Dr Zen,

    Thats an extremely coherent and articulate reply, which only focussed on the argument at hand without harping on the person who made the argument. Pretty much like most of the criticism targeted at Ms Dutt.

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  • pkr

    Lets not get ahead of ourselves here, most of the blogging in India is not original, even during the Mumbai attacks the bloggers “covering” the event were only posting links to various newspapers and other news websites only, so no, don't claim that you are the voice of people or something grand like that.

    Coming back to Ms Dutt and her critics in the Indian blogosphere, its seems that a lot of criticism of her personality originates in the right wing a.k.a Hindutatva blogs(and their comment sections) and most of the times degenerates to a very personal level. The reason for this is a bit complicated and has more to do with her association with NDTV than anything else.

    Also if the aforementioned blogger was so confident about the accuracy of his claims, I don't know why he didn't stood up for it. This is India not US, civil cases can be fought in India without much expense and from the “support” he seems to have I think he could have start a support campaign also.

  • pkr

    Lets not get ahead of ourselves here, most of the blogging in India is not original, even during the Mumbai attacks the bloggers “covering” the event were only posting links to various newspapers and other news websites only, so no, don't claim that you are the voice of people or something grand like that.

    Coming back to Ms Dutt and her critics in the Indian blogosphere, its seems that a lot of criticism of her personality originates in the right wing a.k.a Hindutatva blogs(and their comment sections) and most of the times degenerates to a very personal level. The reason for this is a bit complicated and has more to do with her association with NDTV than anything else.

    Also if the aforementioned blogger was so confident about the accuracy of his claims, I don't know why he didn't stood up for it. This is India not US, civil cases can be fought in India without much expense and from the “support” he seems to have I think he could have start a support campaign also.

  • pkr

    Lets not get ahead of ourselves here, most of the blogging in India is not original, even during the Mumbai attacks the bloggers “covering” the event were only posting links to various newspapers and other news websites only, so no, don't claim that you are the voice of people or something grand like that.

    Coming back to Ms Dutt and her critics in the Indian blogosphere, its seems that a lot of criticism of her personality originates in the right wing a.k.a Hindutatva blogs(and their comment sections) and most of the times degenerates to a very personal level. The reason for this is a bit complicated and has more to do with her association with NDTV than anything else.

    Also if the aforementioned blogger was so confident about the accuracy of his claims, I don't know why he didn't stood up for it. This is India not US, civil cases can be fought in India without much expense and from the “support” he seems to have I think he could have start a support campaign also.

  • pkr

    Lets not get ahead of ourselves here, most of the blogging in India is not original, even during the Mumbai attacks the bloggers “covering” the event were only posting links to various newspapers and other news websites only, so no, don't claim that you are the voice of people or something grand like that.

    Coming back to Ms Dutt and her critics in the Indian blogosphere, its seems that a lot of criticism of her personality originates in the right wing a.k.a Hindutatva blogs(and their comment sections) and most of the times degenerates to a very personal level. The reason for this is a bit complicated and has more to do with her association with NDTV than anything else.

    Also if the aforementioned blogger was so confident about the accuracy of his claims, I don't know why he didn't stood up for it. This is India not US, civil cases can be fought in India without much expense and from the “support” he seems to have I think he could have start a support campaign also.

  • pkr

    Lets not get ahead of ourselves here, most of the blogging in India is not original, even during the Mumbai attacks the bloggers “covering” the event were only posting links to various newspapers and other news websites only, so no, don't claim that you are the voice of people or something grand like that.

    Coming back to Ms Dutt and her critics in the Indian blogosphere, its seems that a lot of criticism of her personality originates in the right wing a.k.a Hindutatva blogs(and their comment sections) and most of the times degenerates to a very personal level. The reason for this is a bit complicated and has more to do with her association with NDTV than anything else.

    Also if the aforementioned blogger was so confident about the accuracy of his claims, I don't know why he didn't stood up for it. This is India not US, civil cases can be fought in India without much expense and from the “support” he seems to have I think he could have start a support campaign also.

  • pkr

    Lets not get ahead of ourselves here, most of the blogging in India is not original, even during the Mumbai attacks the bloggers “covering” the event were only posting links to various newspapers and other news websites only, so no, don't claim that you are the voice of people or something grand like that.

    Coming back to Ms Dutt and her critics in the Indian blogosphere, its seems that a lot of criticism of her personality originates in the right wing a.k.a Hindutatva blogs(and their comment sections) and most of the times degenerates to a very personal level. The reason for this is a bit complicated and has more to do with her association with NDTV than anything else.

    Also if the aforementioned blogger was so confident about the accuracy of his claims, I don't know why he didn't stood up for it. This is India not US, civil cases can be fought in India without much expense and from the “support” he seems to have I think he could have start a support campaign also.

  • pkr

    Lets not get ahead of ourselves here, most of the blogging in India is not original, even during the Mumbai attacks the bloggers “covering” the event were only posting links to various newspapers and other news websites only, so no, don't claim that you are the voice of people or something grand like that.

    Coming back to Ms Dutt and her critics in the Indian blogosphere, its seems that a lot of criticism of her personality originates in the right wing a.k.a Hindutatva blogs(and their comment sections) and most of the times degenerates to a very personal level. The reason for this is a bit complicated and has more to do with her association with NDTV than anything else.

    Also if the aforementioned blogger was so confident about the accuracy of his claims, I don't know why he didn't stood up for it. This is India not US, civil cases can be fought in India without much expense and from the “support” he seems to have I think he could have start a support campaign also.

  • pkr

    Lets not get ahead of ourselves here, most of the blogging in India is not original, even during the Mumbai attacks the bloggers “covering” the event were only posting links to various newspapers and other news websites only, so no, don't claim that you are the voice of people or something grand like that.

    Coming back to Ms Dutt and her critics in the Indian blogosphere, its seems that a lot of criticism of her personality originates in the right wing a.k.a Hindutatva blogs(and their comment sections) and most of the times degenerates to a very personal level. The reason for this is a bit complicated and has more to do with her association with NDTV than anything else.

    Also if the aforementioned blogger was so confident about the accuracy of his claims, I don't know why he didn't stood up for it. This is India not US, civil cases can be fought in India without much expense and from the “support” he seems to have I think he could have start a support campaign also.

  • pkr

    Lets not get ahead of ourselves here, most of the blogging in India is not original, even during the Mumbai attacks the bloggers “covering” the event were only posting links to various newspapers and other news websites only, so no, don't claim that you are the voice of people or something grand like that.

    Coming back to Ms Dutt and her critics in the Indian blogosphere, its seems that a lot of criticism of her personality originates in the right wing a.k.a Hindutatva blogs(and their comment sections) and most of the times degenerates to a very personal level. The reason for this is a bit complicated and has more to do with her association with NDTV than anything else.

    Also if the aforementioned blogger was so confident about the accuracy of his claims, I don't know why he didn't stood up for it. This is India not US, civil cases can be fought in India without much expense and from the “support” he seems to have I think he could have start a support campaign also.

  • pkr

    Lets not get ahead of ourselves here, most of the blogging in India is not original, even during the Mumbai attacks the bloggers “covering” the event were only posting links to various newspapers and other news websites only, so no, don't claim that you are the voice of people or something grand like that.

    Coming back to Ms Dutt and her critics in the Indian blogosphere, its seems that a lot of criticism of her personality originates in the right wing a.k.a Hindutatva blogs(and their comment sections) and most of the times degenerates to a very personal level. The reason for this is a bit complicated and has more to do with her association with NDTV than anything else.

    Also if the aforementioned blogger was so confident about the accuracy of his claims, I don't know why he didn't stood up for it. This is India not US, civil cases can be fought in India without much expense and from the “support” he seems to have I think he could have start a support campaign also.

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  • nandini d

    Totally agree with Harshad Joshi. Lets get back to good ol' DD. Unlike the private news channels that only sensationalise news to help their ratings, DD actually is the peoples news channel.
    I think 'We the Peoplle' ( Pun totally intended) should try asking our govt to put more funds into raising the standard of the DD telecasts and help get them advertisment time on air so that they can also compete with the stupid private channels.

    C'mon how many people actually believe these private channels gives a damn. The journalist working for them enjoy a celebrity status. Both live for their ratings. Even the normal soap channels are far better than them. Atleast they dont hound people or ask stupid questions.

  • nandini d

    Totally agree with Harshad Joshi. Lets get back to good ol' DD. Unlike the private news channels that only sensationalise news to help their ratings, DD actually is the peoples news channel.
    I think 'We the Peoplle' ( Pun totally intended) should try asking our govt to put more funds into raising the standard of the DD telecasts and help get them advertisment time on air so that they can also compete with the stupid private channels.

    C'mon how many people actually believe these private channels gives a damn. The journalist working for them enjoy a celebrity status. Both live for their ratings. Even the normal soap channels are far better than them. Atleast they dont hound people or ask stupid questions.

  • nandini d

    Totally agree with Harshad Joshi. Lets get back to good ol' DD. Unlike the private news channels that only sensationalise news to help their ratings, DD actually is the peoples news channel.
    I think 'We the Peoplle' ( Pun totally intended) should try asking our govt to put more funds into raising the standard of the DD telecasts and help get them advertisment time on air so that they can also compete with the stupid private channels.

    C'mon how many people actually believe these private channels gives a damn. The journalist working for them enjoy a celebrity status. Both live for their ratings. Even the normal soap channels are far better than them. Atleast they dont hound people or ask stupid questions.

  • nandini d

    Totally agree with Harshad Joshi. Lets get back to good ol' DD. Unlike the private news channels that only sensationalise news to help their ratings, DD actually is the peoples news channel.
    I think 'We the Peoplle' ( Pun totally intended) should try asking our govt to put more funds into raising the standard of the DD telecasts and help get them advertisment time on air so that they can also compete with the stupid private channels.

    C'mon how many people actually believe these private channels gives a damn. The journalist working for them enjoy a celebrity status. Both live for their ratings. Even the normal soap channels are far better than them. Atleast they dont hound people or ask stupid questions.

  • nandini d

    Totally agree with Harshad Joshi. Lets get back to good ol' DD. Unlike the private news channels that only sensationalise news to help their ratings, DD actually is the peoples news channel.
    I think 'We the Peoplle' ( Pun totally intended) should try asking our govt to put more funds into raising the standard of the DD telecasts and help get them advertisment time on air so that they can also compete with the stupid private channels.

    C'mon how many people actually believe these private channels gives a damn. The journalist working for them enjoy a celebrity status. Both live for their ratings. Even the normal soap channels are far better than them. Atleast they dont hound people or ask stupid questions.

  • nandini d

    Totally agree with Harshad Joshi. Lets get back to good ol' DD. Unlike the private news channels that only sensationalise news to help their ratings, DD actually is the peoples news channel.
    I think 'We the Peoplle' ( Pun totally intended) should try asking our govt to put more funds into raising the standard of the DD telecasts and help get them advertisment time on air so that they can also compete with the stupid private channels.

    C'mon how many people actually believe these private channels gives a damn. The journalist working for them enjoy a celebrity status. Both live for their ratings. Even the normal soap channels are far better than them. Atleast they dont hound people or ask stupid questions.

  • nandini d

    Totally agree with Harshad Joshi. Lets get back to good ol' DD. Unlike the private news channels that only sensationalise news to help their ratings, DD actually is the peoples news channel.
    I think 'We the Peoplle' ( Pun totally intended) should try asking our govt to put more funds into raising the standard of the DD telecasts and help get them advertisment time on air so that they can also compete with the stupid private channels.

    C'mon how many people actually believe these private channels gives a damn. The journalist working for them enjoy a celebrity status. Both live for their ratings. Even the normal soap channels are far better than them. Atleast they dont hound people or ask stupid questions.

  • nandini d

    Totally agree with Harshad Joshi. Lets get back to good ol' DD. Unlike the private news channels that only sensationalise news to help their ratings, DD actually is the peoples news channel.
    I think 'We the Peoplle' ( Pun totally intended) should try asking our govt to put more funds into raising the standard of the DD telecasts and help get them advertisment time on air so that they can also compete with the stupid private channels.

    C'mon how many people actually believe these private channels gives a damn. The journalist working for them enjoy a celebrity status. Both live for their ratings. Even the normal soap channels are far better than them. Atleast they dont hound people or ask stupid questions.

  • nandini d

    Totally agree with Harshad Joshi. Lets get back to good ol' DD. Unlike the private news channels that only sensationalise news to help their ratings, DD actually is the peoples news channel.
    I think 'We the Peoplle' ( Pun totally intended) should try asking our govt to put more funds into raising the standard of the DD telecasts and help get them advertisment time on air so that they can also compete with the stupid private channels.

    C'mon how many people actually believe these private channels gives a damn. The journalist working for them enjoy a celebrity status. Both live for their ratings. Even the normal soap channels are far better than them. Atleast they dont hound people or ask stupid questions.

  • nandini d

    Totally agree with Harshad Joshi. Lets get back to good ol' DD. Unlike the private news channels that only sensationalise news to help their ratings, DD actually is the peoples news channel.
    I think 'We the Peoplle' ( Pun totally intended) should try asking our govt to put more funds into raising the standard of the DD telecasts and help get them advertisment time on air so that they can also compete with the stupid private channels.

    C'mon how many people actually believe these private channels gives a damn. The journalist working for them enjoy a celebrity status. Both live for their ratings. Even the normal soap channels are far better than them. Atleast they dont hound people or ask stupid questions.

  • Pradeep

    I don't know who gave this advice of taking legal action against a blogger to Barkha, she has shot herself in the foot by acting on this stupid advice. I don't know how many people had actually read Chyetanya's blog, by forcing him to withdraw his post she has made sure every one in the world knows about it. I made sure to forward the link to this post to atleast hundred people and shared all related articles on google reader and talked about it to some 10 people today. My action today would result in atleast a 1000 people laughing at her when she will try to present a serious story on NDTV next time. Within next one week whole of India will be laughing at her :-). Oh Barkha, now please don't write another article justifying what you did then the whole world will laugh at you.

  • Pradeep

    I don't know who gave this advice of taking legal action against a blogger to Barkha, she has shot herself in the foot by acting on this stupid advice. I don't know how many people had actually read Chyetanya's blog, by forcing him to withdraw his post she has made sure every one in the world knows about it. I made sure to forward the link to this post to atleast hundred people and shared all related articles on google reader and talked about it to some 10 people today. My action today would result in atleast a 1000 people laughing at her when she will try to present a serious story on NDTV next time. Within next one week whole of India will be laughing at her :-). Oh Barkha, now please don't write another article justifying what you did then the whole world will laugh at you.

  • Pradeep

    I don't know who gave this advice of taking legal action against a blogger to Barkha, she has shot herself in the foot by acting on this stupid advice. I don't know how many people had actually read Chyetanya's blog, by forcing him to withdraw his post she has made sure every one in the world knows about it. I made sure to forward the link to this post to atleast hundred people and shared all related articles on google reader and talked about it to some 10 people today. My action today would result in atleast a 1000 people laughing at her when she will try to present a serious story on NDTV next time. Within next one week whole of India will be laughing at her :-). Oh Barkha, now please don't write another article justifying what you did then the whole world will laugh at you.

  • Pradeep

    I don't know who gave this advice of taking legal action against a blogger to Barkha, she has shot herself in the foot by acting on this stupid advice. I don't know how many people had actually read Chyetanya's blog, by forcing him to withdraw his post she has made sure every one in the world knows about it. I made sure to forward the link to this post to atleast hundred people and shared all related articles on google reader and talked about it to some 10 people today. My action today would result in atleast a 1000 people laughing at her when she will try to present a serious story on NDTV next time. Within next one week whole of India will be laughing at her :-). Oh Barkha, now please don't write another article justifying what you did then the whole world will laugh at you.

  • Pradeep

    I don't know who gave this advice of taking legal action against a blogger to Barkha, she has shot herself in the foot by acting on this stupid advice. I don't know how many people had actually read Chyetanya's blog, by forcing him to withdraw his post she has made sure every one in the world knows about it. I made sure to forward the link to this post to atleast hundred people and shared all related articles on google reader and talked about it to some 10 people today. My action today would result in atleast a 1000 people laughing at her when she will try to present a serious story on NDTV next time. Within next one week whole of India will be laughing at her :-). Oh Barkha, now please don't write another article justifying what you did then the whole world will laugh at you.

  • Pradeep

    I don't know who gave this advice of taking legal action against a blogger to Barkha, she has shot herself in the foot by acting on this stupid advice. I don't know how many people had actually read Chyetanya's blog, by forcing him to withdraw his post she has made sure every one in the world knows about it. I made sure to forward the link to this post to atleast hundred people and shared all related articles on google reader and talked about it to some 10 people today. My action today would result in atleast a 1000 people laughing at her when she will try to present a serious story on NDTV next time. Within next one week whole of India will be laughing at her :-). Oh Barkha, now please don't write another article justifying what you did then the whole world will laugh at you.

  • Pradeep

    I don't know who gave this advice of taking legal action against a blogger to Barkha, she has shot herself in the foot by acting on this stupid advice. I don't know how many people had actually read Chyetanya's blog, by forcing him to withdraw his post she has made sure every one in the world knows about it. I made sure to forward the link to this post to atleast hundred people and shared all related articles on google reader and talked about it to some 10 people today. My action today would result in atleast a 1000 people laughing at her when she will try to present a serious story on NDTV next time. Within next one week whole of India will be laughing at her :-). Oh Barkha, now please don't write another article justifying what you did then the whole world will laugh at you.

  • Pradeep

    I don't know who gave this advice of taking legal action against a blogger to Barkha, she has shot herself in the foot by acting on this stupid advice. I don't know how many people had actually read Chyetanya's blog, by forcing him to withdraw his post she has made sure every one in the world knows about it. I made sure to forward the link to this post to atleast hundred people and shared all related articles on google reader and talked about it to some 10 people today. My action today would result in atleast a 1000 people laughing at her when she will try to present a serious story on NDTV next time. Within next one week whole of India will be laughing at her :-). Oh Barkha, now please don't write another article justifying what you did then the whole world will laugh at you.

  • Pradeep

    I don't know who gave this advice of taking legal action against a blogger to Barkha, she has shot herself in the foot by acting on this stupid advice. I don't know how many people had actually read Chyetanya's blog, by forcing him to withdraw his post she has made sure every one in the world knows about it. I made sure to forward the link to this post to atleast hundred people and shared all related articles on google reader and talked about it to some 10 people today. My action today would result in atleast a 1000 people laughing at her when she will try to present a serious story on NDTV next time. Within next one week whole of India will be laughing at her :-). Oh Barkha, now please don't write another article justifying what you did then the whole world will laugh at you.

  • Pradeep

    I don't know who gave this advice of taking legal action against a blogger to Barkha, she has shot herself in the foot by acting on this stupid advice. I don't know how many people had actually read Chyetanya's blog, by forcing him to withdraw his post she has made sure every one in the world knows about it. I made sure to forward the link to this post to atleast hundred people and shared all related articles on google reader and talked about it to some 10 people today. My action today would result in atleast a 1000 people laughing at her when she will try to present a serious story on NDTV next time. Within next one week whole of India will be laughing at her :-). Oh Barkha, now please don't write another article justifying what you did then the whole world will laugh at you.

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  • Anon

    Ah come on, Your own blog has words like maniac and idiot thrown in…lets assume a Hindu right-wing organization sues you for it…I am sure you and your likes will be making a hell of a noise about it and unlike in this case the media will take cudgels on your behalf.

  • Anon

    Ah come on, Your own blog has words like maniac and idiot thrown in…lets assume a Hindu right-wing organization sues you for it…I am sure you and your likes will be making a hell of a noise about it and unlike in this case the media will take cudgels on your behalf.

  • Anon

    Ah come on, Your own blog has words like maniac and idiot thrown in…lets assume a Hindu right-wing organization sues you for it…I am sure you and your likes will be making a hell of a noise about it and unlike in this case the media will take cudgels on your behalf.

  • Anon

    Ah come on, Your own blog has words like maniac and idiot thrown in…lets assume a Hindu right-wing organization sues you for it…I am sure you and your likes will be making a hell of a noise about it and unlike in this case the media will take cudgels on your behalf.

  • Anon

    Ah come on, Your own blog has words like maniac and idiot thrown in…lets assume a Hindu right-wing organization sues you for it…I am sure you and your likes will be making a hell of a noise about it and unlike in this case the media will take cudgels on your behalf.

  • Anon

    Ah come on, Your own blog has words like maniac and idiot thrown in…lets assume a Hindu right-wing organization sues you for it…I am sure you and your likes will be making a hell of a noise about it and unlike in this case the media will take cudgels on your behalf.

  • Anon

    Ah come on, Your own blog has words like maniac and idiot thrown in…lets assume a Hindu right-wing organization sues you for it…I am sure you and your likes will be making a hell of a noise about it and unlike in this case the media will take cudgels on your behalf.

  • Anon

    Ah come on, Your own blog has words like maniac and idiot thrown in…lets assume a Hindu right-wing organization sues you for it…I am sure you and your likes will be making a hell of a noise about it and unlike in this case the media will take cudgels on your behalf.

  • Anon

    Ah come on, Your own blog has words like maniac and idiot thrown in…lets assume a Hindu right-wing organization sues you for it…I am sure you and your likes will be making a hell of a noise about it and unlike in this case the media will take cudgels on your behalf.

  • Anon

    Ah come on, Your own blog has words like maniac and idiot thrown in…lets assume a Hindu right-wing organization sues you for it…I am sure you and your likes will be making a hell of a noise about it and unlike in this case the media will take cudgels on your behalf.

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  • jugggernaut

    Barkha sucks!
    I have condemned this act of hers, too.

    All bloggers should unite and de-throne this pseudo-secular, self-righteous, pompous female!

  • jugggernaut

    Barkha sucks!
    I have condemned this act of hers, too.

    All bloggers should unite and de-throne this pseudo-secular, self-righteous, pompous female!

  • jugggernaut

    Barkha sucks!
    I have condemned this act of hers, too.

    All bloggers should unite and de-throne this pseudo-secular, self-righteous, pompous female!

  • jugggernaut

    Barkha sucks!
    I have condemned this act of hers, too.

    All bloggers should unite and de-throne this pseudo-secular, self-righteous, pompous female!

  • jugggernaut

    Barkha sucks!
    I have condemned this act of hers, too.

    All bloggers should unite and de-throne this pseudo-secular, self-righteous, pompous female!

  • jugggernaut

    Barkha sucks!
    I have condemned this act of hers, too.

    All bloggers should unite and de-throne this pseudo-secular, self-righteous, pompous female!

  • jugggernaut

    Barkha sucks!
    I have condemned this act of hers, too.

    All bloggers should unite and de-throne this pseudo-secular, self-righteous, pompous female!

  • jugggernaut

    Barkha sucks!
    I have condemned this act of hers, too.

    All bloggers should unite and de-throne this pseudo-secular, self-righteous, pompous female!

  • jugggernaut

    Barkha sucks!
    I have condemned this act of hers, too.

    All bloggers should unite and de-throne this pseudo-secular, self-righteous, pompous female!

  • jugggernaut

    Barkha sucks!
    I have condemned this act of hers, too.

    All bloggers should unite and de-throne this pseudo-secular, self-righteous, pompous female!

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  • bonobashi

    Right, let's not get ahead of ourselves.

    1. This is not about blogging being original; nobody as far as I can see is pushing blogging as the next live medium. Blogging is essentially derivative; it talks, for instance, about journalism and the media in terms of the perception of the blogger. What Kunte wrote was perfectly in order.

    2. Nobody needs to claim that blogging is the voice of the people. It is a fact, isn't it, unless it is being proposed that bloggers are not people? Yes, it's a quibble; most of the original comment was a quibble, wasn't it?

    Perhaps it would help if the phrase in question were to be read more accurately as “blogging is the voice of people”. Thereafter it is a metaphysical debate as to when the voice of people turns into the voice of the people.

    It does not help to pick up one voice out of the crowd and tear it apart, and generalise from that isolated example. That applies whether one is looking at one or more than one; the point is that nobody can pretend to speak for bloggers as a whole. Bloggers do not exist in a community that has an authorised spokesperson; it's each blogger for himself or herself.

    3. I am aware that much criticism of NDTV (also Prannoy Roy) comes from the religious right-wing. Actually, from what I've seen, it's one site, whose personal and ad hominem bilge has been repeated, ad nauseam if you like, by others, in fairly representative Hindutva style. The burden of the sniping, ignoring their comments section for the moment (who reads comments, anyway?), is about Prannoy's parentage, about his political affiliations as discovered through tracing his wife's antecedents, and his relationship with a Christian commentator and woman of letters. It is totally a farrago of nonsense, and conflates Communist and Christian leanings. Only a certain type of stereotypical hate-fan would take it seriously.

    That has nothing to do with present criticism. I watched TV fairly exhaustively during that period, and naturally my first inclination was to watch NDTV, which I had grown to trust over the years. What I saw was horrifying.

    I do not yield to anyone in terms of secular conviction or in terms of social orientation, in the political sense. The criticism is not about politics; it's about bad journalism, about bad journalistic practice.

    4. About the ease with which an individual blogger can evade the unwelcome attentions of a large corporation out to nail the blogger, the kindest way to respond is to suggest that perhaps the subject should be revisited after speaking to a lawyer friend.

    The respondent needs to respond to charges and a summons, needs to be represented by counsel, needs to be able to pay the high fees, and needs to be able to identify the right legal representative at a location not necessarily of that respondent's choice. I think it was flip and superficial to dismiss the daunting nature of the situation with a few glib phrases.

  • bonobashi

    Right, let's not get ahead of ourselves.

    1. This is not about blogging being original; nobody as far as I can see is pushing blogging as the next live medium. Blogging is essentially derivative; it talks, for instance, about journalism and the media in terms of the perception of the blogger. What Kunte wrote was perfectly in order.

    2. Nobody needs to claim that blogging is the voice of the people. It is a fact, isn't it, unless it is being proposed that bloggers are not people? Yes, it's a quibble; most of the original comment was a quibble, wasn't it?

    Perhaps it would help if the phrase in question were to be read more accurately as “blogging is the voice of people”. Thereafter it is a metaphysical debate as to when the voice of people turns into the voice of the people.

    It does not help to pick up one voice out of the crowd and tear it apart, and generalise from that isolated example. That applies whether one is looking at one or more than one; the point is that nobody can pretend to speak for bloggers as a whole. Bloggers do not exist in a community that has an authorised spokesperson; it's each blogger for himself or herself.

    3. I am aware that much criticism of NDTV (also Prannoy Roy) comes from the religious right-wing. Actually, from what I've seen, it's one site, whose personal and ad hominem bilge has been repeated, ad nauseam if you like, by others, in fairly representative Hindutva style. The burden of the sniping, ignoring their comments section for the moment (who reads comments, anyway?), is about Prannoy's parentage, about his political affiliations as discovered through tracing his wife's antecedents, and his relationship with a Christian commentator and woman of letters. It is totally a farrago of nonsense, and conflates Communist and Christian leanings. Only a certain type of stereotypical hate-fan would take it seriously.

    That has nothing to do with present criticism. I watched TV fairly exhaustively during that period, and naturally my first inclination was to watch NDTV, which I had grown to trust over the years. What I saw was horrifying.

    I do not yield to anyone in terms of secular conviction or in terms of social orientation, in the political sense. The criticism is not about politics; it's about bad journalism, about bad journalistic practice.

    4. About the ease with which an individual blogger can evade the unwelcome attentions of a large corporation out to nail the blogger, the kindest way to respond is to suggest that perhaps the subject should be revisited after speaking to a lawyer friend.

    The respondent needs to respond to charges and a summons, needs to be represented by counsel, needs to be able to pay the high fees, and needs to be able to identify the right legal representative at a location not necessarily of that respondent's choice. I think it was flip and superficial to dismiss the daunting nature of the situation with a few glib phrases.

  • bonobashi

    Right, let's not get ahead of ourselves.

    1. This is not about blogging being original; nobody as far as I can see is pushing blogging as the next live medium. Blogging is essentially derivative; it talks, for instance, about journalism and the media in terms of the perception of the blogger. What Kunte wrote was perfectly in order.

    2. Nobody needs to claim that blogging is the voice of the people. It is a fact, isn't it, unless it is being proposed that bloggers are not people? Yes, it's a quibble; most of the original comment was a quibble, wasn't it?

    Perhaps it would help if the phrase in question were to be read more accurately as “blogging is the voice of people”. Thereafter it is a metaphysical debate as to when the voice of people turns into the voice of the people.

    It does not help to pick up one voice out of the crowd and tear it apart, and generalise from that isolated example. That applies whether one is looking at one or more than one; the point is that nobody can pretend to speak for bloggers as a whole. Bloggers do not exist in a community that has an authorised spokesperson; it's each blogger for himself or herself.

    3. I am aware that much criticism of NDTV (also Prannoy Roy) comes from the religious right-wing. Actually, from what I've seen, it's one site, whose personal and ad hominem bilge has been repeated, ad nauseam if you like, by others, in fairly representative Hindutva style. The burden of the sniping, ignoring their comments section for the moment (who reads comments, anyway?), is about Prannoy's parentage, about his political affiliations as discovered through tracing his wife's antecedents, and his relationship with a Christian commentator and woman of letters. It is totally a farrago of nonsense, and conflates Communist and Christian leanings. Only a certain type of stereotypical hate-fan would take it seriously.

    That has nothing to do with present criticism. I watched TV fairly exhaustively during that period, and naturally my first inclination was to watch NDTV, which I had grown to trust over the years. What I saw was horrifying.

    I do not yield to anyone in terms of secular conviction or in terms of social orientation, in the political sense. The criticism is not about politics; it's about bad journalism, about bad journalistic practice.

    4. About the ease with which an individual blogger can evade the unwelcome attentions of a large corporation out to nail the blogger, the kindest way to respond is to suggest that perhaps the subject should be revisited after speaking to a lawyer friend.

    The respondent needs to respond to charges and a summons, needs to be represented by counsel, needs to be able to pay the high fees, and needs to be able to identify the right legal representative at a location not necessarily of that respondent's choice. I think it was flip and superficial to dismiss the daunting nature of the situation with a few glib phrases.

  • bonobashi

    Right, let's not get ahead of ourselves.

    1. This is not about blogging being original; nobody as far as I can see is pushing blogging as the next live medium. Blogging is essentially derivative; it talks, for instance, about journalism and the media in terms of the perception of the blogger. What Kunte wrote was perfectly in order.

    2. Nobody needs to claim that blogging is the voice of the people. It is a fact, isn't it, unless it is being proposed that bloggers are not people? Yes, it's a quibble; most of the original comment was a quibble, wasn't it?

    Perhaps it would help if the phrase in question were to be read more accurately as “blogging is the voice of people”. Thereafter it is a metaphysical debate as to when the voice of people turns into the voice of the people.

    It does not help to pick up one voice out of the crowd and tear it apart, and generalise from that isolated example. That applies whether one is looking at one or more than one; the point is that nobody can pretend to speak for bloggers as a whole. Bloggers do not exist in a community that has an authorised spokesperson; it's each blogger for himself or herself.

    3. I am aware that much criticism of NDTV (also Prannoy Roy) comes from the religious right-wing. Actually, from what I've seen, it's one site, whose personal and ad hominem bilge has been repeated, ad nauseam if you like, by others, in fairly representative Hindutva style. The burden of the sniping, ignoring their comments section for the moment (who reads comments, anyway?), is about Prannoy's parentage, about his political affiliations as discovered through tracing his wife's antecedents, and his relationship with a Christian commentator and woman of letters. It is totally a farrago of nonsense, and conflates Communist and Christian leanings. Only a certain type of stereotypical hate-fan would take it seriously.

    That has nothing to do with present criticism. I watched TV fairly exhaustively during that period, and naturally my first inclination was to watch NDTV, which I had grown to trust over the years. What I saw was horrifying.

    I do not yield to anyone in terms of secular conviction or in terms of social orientation, in the political sense. The criticism is not about politics; it's about bad journalism, about bad journalistic practice.

    4. About the ease with which an individual blogger can evade the unwelcome attentions of a large corporation out to nail the blogger, the kindest way to respond is to suggest that perhaps the subject should be revisited after speaking to a lawyer friend.

    The respondent needs to respond to charges and a summons, needs to be represented by counsel, needs to be able to pay the high fees, and needs to be able to identify the right legal representative at a location not necessarily of that respondent's choice. I think it was flip and superficial to dismiss the daunting nature of the situation with a few glib phrases.

  • bonobashi

    Right, let's not get ahead of ourselves.

    1. This is not about blogging being original; nobody as far as I can see is pushing blogging as the next live medium. Blogging is essentially derivative; it talks, for instance, about journalism and the media in terms of the perception of the blogger. What Kunte wrote was perfectly in order.

    2. Nobody needs to claim that blogging is the voice of the people. It is a fact, isn't it, unless it is being proposed that bloggers are not people? Yes, it's a quibble; most of the original comment was a quibble, wasn't it?

    Perhaps it would help if the phrase in question were to be read more accurately as “blogging is the voice of people”. Thereafter it is a metaphysical debate as to when the voice of people turns into the voice of the people.

    It does not help to pick up one voice out of the crowd and tear it apart, and generalise from that isolated example. That applies whether one is looking at one or more than one; the point is that nobody can pretend to speak for bloggers as a whole. Bloggers do not exist in a community that has an authorised spokesperson; it's each blogger for himself or herself.

    3. I am aware that much criticism of NDTV (also Prannoy Roy) comes from the religious right-wing. Actually, from what I've seen, it's one site, whose personal and ad hominem bilge has been repeated, ad nauseam if you like, by others, in fairly representative Hindutva style. The burden of the sniping, ignoring their comments section for the moment (who reads comments, anyway?), is about Prannoy's parentage, about his political affiliations as discovered through tracing his wife's antecedents, and his relationship with a Christian commentator and woman of letters. It is totally a farrago of nonsense, and conflates Communist and Christian leanings. Only a certain type of stereotypical hate-fan would take it seriously.

    That has nothing to do with present criticism. I watched TV fairly exhaustively during that period, and naturally my first inclination was to watch NDTV, which I had grown to trust over the years. What I saw was horrifying.

    I do not yield to anyone in terms of secular conviction or in terms of social orientation, in the political sense. The criticism is not about politics; it's about bad journalism, about bad journalistic practice.

    4. About the ease with which an individual blogger can evade the unwelcome attentions of a large corporation out to nail the blogger, the kindest way to respond is to suggest that perhaps the subject should be revisited after speaking to a lawyer friend.

    The respondent needs to respond to charges and a summons, needs to be represented by counsel, needs to be able to pay the high fees, and needs to be able to identify the right legal representative at a location not necessarily of that respondent's choice. I think it was flip and superficial to dismiss the daunting nature of the situation with a few glib phrases.

  • bonobashi

    Right, let's not get ahead of ourselves.

    1. This is not about blogging being original; nobody as far as I can see is pushing blogging as the next live medium. Blogging is essentially derivative; it talks, for instance, about journalism and the media in terms of the perception of the blogger. What Kunte wrote was perfectly in order.

    2. Nobody needs to claim that blogging is the voice of the people. It is a fact, isn't it, unless it is being proposed that bloggers are not people? Yes, it's a quibble; most of the original comment was a quibble, wasn't it?

    Perhaps it would help if the phrase in question were to be read more accurately as “blogging is the voice of people”. Thereafter it is a metaphysical debate as to when the voice of people turns into the voice of the people.

    It does not help to pick up one voice out of the crowd and tear it apart, and generalise from that isolated example. That applies whether one is looking at one or more than one; the point is that nobody can pretend to speak for bloggers as a whole. Bloggers do not exist in a community that has an authorised spokesperson; it's each blogger for himself or herself.

    3. I am aware that much criticism of NDTV (also Prannoy Roy) comes from the religious right-wing. Actually, from what I've seen, it's one site, whose personal and ad hominem bilge has been repeated, ad nauseam if you like, by others, in fairly representative Hindutva style. The burden of the sniping, ignoring their comments section for the moment (who reads comments, anyway?), is about Prannoy's parentage, about his political affiliations as discovered through tracing his wife's antecedents, and his relationship with a Christian commentator and woman of letters. It is totally a farrago of nonsense, and conflates Communist and Christian leanings. Only a certain type of stereotypical hate-fan would take it seriously.

    That has nothing to do with present criticism. I watched TV fairly exhaustively during that period, and naturally my first inclination was to watch NDTV, which I had grown to trust over the years. What I saw was horrifying.

    I do not yield to anyone in terms of secular conviction or in terms of social orientation, in the political sense. The criticism is not about politics; it's about bad journalism, about bad journalistic practice.

    4. About the ease with which an individual blogger can evade the unwelcome attentions of a large corporation out to nail the blogger, the kindest way to respond is to suggest that perhaps the subject should be revisited after speaking to a lawyer friend.

    The respondent needs to respond to charges and a summons, needs to be represented by counsel, needs to be able to pay the high fees, and needs to be able to identify the right legal representative at a location not necessarily of that respondent's choice. I think it was flip and superficial to dismiss the daunting nature of the situation with a few glib phrases.

  • bonobashi

    Right, let's not get ahead of ourselves.

    1. This is not about blogging being original; nobody as far as I can see is pushing blogging as the next live medium. Blogging is essentially derivative; it talks, for instance, about journalism and the media in terms of the perception of the blogger. What Kunte wrote was perfectly in order.

    2. Nobody needs to claim that blogging is the voice of the people. It is a fact, isn't it, unless it is being proposed that bloggers are not people? Yes, it's a quibble; most of the original comment was a quibble, wasn't it?

    Perhaps it would help if the phrase in question were to be read more accurately as “blogging is the voice of people”. Thereafter it is a metaphysical debate as to when the voice of people turns into the voice of the people.

    It does not help to pick up one voice out of the crowd and tear it apart, and generalise from that isolated example. That applies whether one is looking at one or more than one; the point is that nobody can pretend to speak for bloggers as a whole. Bloggers do not exist in a community that has an authorised spokesperson; it's each blogger for himself or herself.

    3. I am aware that much criticism of NDTV (also Prannoy Roy) comes from the religious right-wing. Actually, from what I've seen, it's one site, whose personal and ad hominem bilge has been repeated, ad nauseam if you like, by others, in fairly representative Hindutva style. The burden of the sniping, ignoring their comments section for the moment (who reads comments, anyway?), is about Prannoy's parentage, about his political affiliations as discovered through tracing his wife's antecedents, and his relationship with a Christian commentator and woman of letters. It is totally a farrago of nonsense, and conflates Communist and Christian leanings. Only a certain type of stereotypical hate-fan would take it seriously.

    That has nothing to do with present criticism. I watched TV fairly exhaustively during that period, and naturally my first inclination was to watch NDTV, which I had grown to trust over the years. What I saw was horrifying.

    I do not yield to anyone in terms of secular conviction or in terms of social orientation, in the political sense. The criticism is not about politics; it's about bad journalism, about bad journalistic practice.

    4. About the ease with which an individual blogger can evade the unwelcome attentions of a large corporation out to nail the blogger, the kindest way to respond is to suggest that perhaps the subject should be revisited after speaking to a lawyer friend.

    The respondent needs to respond to charges and a summons, needs to be represented by counsel, needs to be able to pay the high fees, and needs to be able to identify the right legal representative at a location not necessarily of that respondent's choice. I think it was flip and superficial to dismiss the daunting nature of the situation with a few glib phrases.

  • bonobashi

    Right, let's not get ahead of ourselves.

    1. This is not about blogging being original; nobody as far as I can see is pushing blogging as the next live medium. Blogging is essentially derivative; it talks, for instance, about journalism and the media in terms of the perception of the blogger. What Kunte wrote was perfectly in order.

    2. Nobody needs to claim that blogging is the voice of the people. It is a fact, isn't it, unless it is being proposed that bloggers are not people? Yes, it's a quibble; most of the original comment was a quibble, wasn't it?

    Perhaps it would help if the phrase in question were to be read more accurately as “blogging is the voice of people”. Thereafter it is a metaphysical debate as to when the voice of people turns into the voice of the people.

    It does not help to pick up one voice out of the crowd and tear it apart, and generalise from that isolated example. That applies whether one is looking at one or more than one; the point is that nobody can pretend to speak for bloggers as a whole. Bloggers do not exist in a community that has an authorised spokesperson; it's each blogger for himself or herself.

    3. I am aware that much criticism of NDTV (also Prannoy Roy) comes from the religious right-wing. Actually, from what I've seen, it's one site, whose personal and ad hominem bilge has been repeated, ad nauseam if you like, by others, in fairly representative Hindutva style. The burden of the sniping, ignoring their comments section for the moment (who reads comments, anyway?), is about Prannoy's parentage, about his political affiliations as discovered through tracing his wife's antecedents, and his relationship with a Christian commentator and woman of letters. It is totally a farrago of nonsense, and conflates Communist and Christian leanings. Only a certain type of stereotypical hate-fan would take it seriously.

    That has nothing to do with present criticism. I watched TV fairly exhaustively during that period, and naturally my first inclination was to watch NDTV, which I had grown to trust over the years. What I saw was horrifying.

    I do not yield to anyone in terms of secular conviction or in terms of social orientation, in the political sense. The criticism is not about politics; it's about bad journalism, about bad journalistic practice.

    4. About the ease with which an individual blogger can evade the unwelcome attentions of a large corporation out to nail the blogger, the kindest way to respond is to suggest that perhaps the subject should be revisited after speaking to a lawyer friend.

    The respondent needs to respond to charges and a summons, needs to be represented by counsel, needs to be able to pay the high fees, and needs to be able to identify the right legal representative at a location not necessarily of that respondent's choice. I think it was flip and superficial to dismiss the daunting nature of the situation with a few glib phrases.

  • bonobashi

    Right, let's not get ahead of ourselves.

    1. This is not about blogging being original; nobody as far as I can see is pushing blogging as the next live medium. Blogging is essentially derivative; it talks, for instance, about journalism and the media in terms of the perception of the blogger. What Kunte wrote was perfectly in order.

    2. Nobody needs to claim that blogging is the voice of the people. It is a fact, isn't it, unless it is being proposed that bloggers are not people? Yes, it's a quibble; most of the original comment was a quibble, wasn't it?

    Perhaps it would help if the phrase in question were to be read more accurately as “blogging is the voice of people”. Thereafter it is a metaphysical debate as to when the voice of people turns into the voice of the people.

    It does not help to pick up one voice out of the crowd and tear it apart, and generalise from that isolated example. That applies whether one is looking at one or more than one; the point is that nobody can pretend to speak for bloggers as a whole. Bloggers do not exist in a community that has an authorised spokesperson; it's each blogger for himself or herself.

    3. I am aware that much criticism of NDTV (also Prannoy Roy) comes from the religious right-wing. Actually, from what I've seen, it's one site, whose personal and ad hominem bilge has been repeated, ad nauseam if you like, by others, in fairly representative Hindutva style. The burden of the sniping, ignoring their comments section for the moment (who reads comments, anyway?), is about Prannoy's parentage, about his political affiliations as discovered through tracing his wife's antecedents, and his relationship with a Christian commentator and woman of letters. It is totally a farrago of nonsense, and conflates Communist and Christian leanings. Only a certain type of stereotypical hate-fan would take it seriously.

    That has nothing to do with present criticism. I watched TV fairly exhaustively during that period, and naturally my first inclination was to watch NDTV, which I had grown to trust over the years. What I saw was horrifying.

    I do not yield to anyone in terms of secular conviction or in terms of social orientation, in the political sense. The criticism is not about politics; it's about bad journalism, about bad journalistic practice.

    4. About the ease with which an individual blogger can evade the unwelcome attentions of a large corporation out to nail the blogger, the kindest way to respond is to suggest that perhaps the subject should be revisited after speaking to a lawyer friend.

    The respondent needs to respond to charges and a summons, needs to be represented by counsel, needs to be able to pay the high fees, and needs to be able to identify the right legal representative at a location not necessarily of that respondent's choice. I think it was flip and superficial to dismiss the daunting nature of the situation with a few glib phrases.

  • bonobashi

    Right, let's not get ahead of ourselves.

    1. This is not about blogging being original; nobody as far as I can see is pushing blogging as the next live medium. Blogging is essentially derivative; it talks, for instance, about journalism and the media in terms of the perception of the blogger. What Kunte wrote was perfectly in order.

    2. Nobody needs to claim that blogging is the voice of the people. It is a fact, isn't it, unless it is being proposed that bloggers are not people? Yes, it's a quibble; most of the original comment was a quibble, wasn't it?

    Perhaps it would help if the phrase in question were to be read more accurately as “blogging is the voice of people”. Thereafter it is a metaphysical debate as to when the voice of people turns into the voice of the people.

    It does not help to pick up one voice out of the crowd and tear it apart, and generalise from that isolated example. That applies whether one is looking at one or more than one; the point is that nobody can pretend to speak for bloggers as a whole. Bloggers do not exist in a community that has an authorised spokesperson; it's each blogger for himself or herself.

    3. I am aware that much criticism of NDTV (also Prannoy Roy) comes from the religious right-wing. Actually, from what I've seen, it's one site, whose personal and ad hominem bilge has been repeated, ad nauseam if you like, by others, in fairly representative Hindutva style. The burden of the sniping, ignoring their comments section for the moment (who reads comments, anyway?), is about Prannoy's parentage, about his political affiliations as discovered through tracing his wife's antecedents, and his relationship with a Christian commentator and woman of letters. It is totally a farrago of nonsense, and conflates Communist and Christian leanings. Only a certain type of stereotypical hate-fan would take it seriously.

    That has nothing to do with present criticism. I watched TV fairly exhaustively during that period, and naturally my first inclination was to watch NDTV, which I had grown to trust over the years. What I saw was horrifying.

    I do not yield to anyone in terms of secular conviction or in terms of social orientation, in the political sense. The criticism is not about politics; it's about bad journalism, about bad journalistic practice.

    4. About the ease with which an individual blogger can evade the unwelcome attentions of a large corporation out to nail the blogger, the kindest way to respond is to suggest that perhaps the subject should be revisited after speaking to a lawyer friend.

    The respondent needs to respond to charges and a summons, needs to be represented by counsel, needs to be able to pay the high fees, and needs to be able to identify the right legal representative at a location not necessarily of that respondent's choice. I think it was flip and superficial to dismiss the daunting nature of the situation with a few glib phrases.

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  • Real Talibans of India – Media

    When a female journalist called Soumya Vishwanathan was killed in India’a national capital, the Chief Minister of Delhi Smt Sheila Dixit blamed the dead female journalist for her own tragedy by saying that she was too adventurous. The Media wholeheartedly supported Mrs Dixit and went gaga over her shortly afterwards, when she won the Delhi Assembly elections.

    When Scarlett Keeling was raped and killed in Goa and the needle of suspicion pointed to a strong nexus between the Goan Ministers, the drug mafia and the sex racketeers, the media played it very safe by conveniently choosing not to pursue the leads from the investigation.

    When a 14-year-old German girl was raped by Rohit Monserrate, the 21-year-old son of Goa Education Minister Atanasio Monserrate who is also a powerful political figure in Goa, and the girl’s mother was repeatedly harassed and their lawyer was grievously injured in order to coerce him to withdraw from the case, the Media didn’t find anything extraordinary in that.

    When Taslima Nasreen’s press conference was rudely disrupted and chairs and all sorts of dangerous objects were thrown at her in full glare of the cameras by the “secular” muslim jihadis of Hyderabad lead by the MLAs of Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), the Media didnt at all find anything amiss in that.

    When Laxmi Oraon, an Adivasi woman was brutally thrashed and paraded naked through the streets of Guwahati, Assam, with the whole police paraphernalia and official state machinery in tow, the Media chose to downplay the episode since, the victim was a hapless adivasi woman from the lower strata of society.

    The Media felt that since all the above unsavoury incidents had occured in the states lead by Madam Sonia Antonia Maino’s puppets, it is all perfectly legitimate and absolutely secular and progressive.

    Kudos to the Media who are the Real Talibans of India.
    http://www.haindavakeralam.com/HKPage.aspx?Page

  • Real Talibans of India – Media

    When a female journalist called Soumya Vishwanathan was killed in India’a national capital, the Chief Minister of Delhi Smt Sheila Dixit blamed the dead female journalist for her own tragedy by saying that she was too adventurous. The Media wholeheartedly supported Mrs Dixit and went gaga over her shortly afterwards, when she won the Delhi Assembly elections.

    When Scarlett Keeling was raped and killed in Goa and the needle of suspicion pointed to a strong nexus between the Goan Ministers, the drug mafia and the sex racketeers, the media played it very safe by conveniently choosing not to pursue the leads from the investigation.

    When a 14-year-old German girl was raped by Rohit Monserrate, the 21-year-old son of Goa Education Minister Atanasio Monserrate who is also a powerful political figure in Goa, and the girl’s mother was repeatedly harassed and their lawyer was grievously injured in order to coerce him to withdraw from the case, the Media didn’t find anything extraordinary in that.

    When Taslima Nasreen’s press conference was rudely disrupted and chairs and all sorts of dangerous objects were thrown at her in full glare of the cameras by the “secular” muslim jihadis of Hyderabad lead by the MLAs of Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), the Media didnt at all find anything amiss in that.

    When Laxmi Oraon, an Adivasi woman was brutally thrashed and paraded naked through the streets of Guwahati, Assam, with the whole police paraphernalia and official state machinery in tow, the Media chose to downplay the episode since, the victim was a hapless adivasi woman from the lower strata of society.

    The Media felt that since all the above unsavoury incidents had occured in the states lead by Madam Sonia Antonia Maino’s puppets, it is all perfectly legitimate and absolutely secular and progressive.

    Kudos to the Media who are the Real Talibans of India.
    http://www.haindavakeralam.com/HKPage.aspx?Page

  • Real Talibans of India – Media

    When a female journalist called Soumya Vishwanathan was killed in India’a national capital, the Chief Minister of Delhi Smt Sheila Dixit blamed the dead female journalist for her own tragedy by saying that she was too adventurous. The Media wholeheartedly supported Mrs Dixit and went gaga over her shortly afterwards, when she won the Delhi Assembly elections.

    When Scarlett Keeling was raped and killed in Goa and the needle of suspicion pointed to a strong nexus between the Goan Ministers, the drug mafia and the sex racketeers, the media played it very safe by conveniently choosing not to pursue the leads from the investigation.

    When a 14-year-old German girl was raped by Rohit Monserrate, the 21-year-old son of Goa Education Minister Atanasio Monserrate who is also a powerful political figure in Goa, and the girl’s mother was repeatedly harassed and their lawyer was grievously injured in order to coerce him to withdraw from the case, the Media didn’t find anything extraordinary in that.

    When Taslima Nasreen’s press conference was rudely disrupted and chairs and all sorts of dangerous objects were thrown at her in full glare of the cameras by the “secular” muslim jihadis of Hyderabad lead by the MLAs of Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), the Media didnt at all find anything amiss in that.

    When Laxmi Oraon, an Adivasi woman was brutally thrashed and paraded naked through the streets of Guwahati, Assam, with the whole police paraphernalia and official state machinery in tow, the Media chose to downplay the episode since, the victim was a hapless adivasi woman from the lower strata of society.

    The Media felt that since all the above unsavoury incidents had occured in the states lead by Madam Sonia Antonia Maino’s puppets, it is all perfectly legitimate and absolutely secular and progressive.

    Kudos to the Media who are the Real Talibans of India.
    http://www.haindavakeralam.com/HKPage.aspx?Page

  • Real Talibans of India – Media

    When a female journalist called Soumya Vishwanathan was killed in India’a national capital, the Chief Minister of Delhi Smt Sheila Dixit blamed the dead female journalist for her own tragedy by saying that she was too adventurous. The Media wholeheartedly supported Mrs Dixit and went gaga over her shortly afterwards, when she won the Delhi Assembly elections.

    When Scarlett Keeling was raped and killed in Goa and the needle of suspicion pointed to a strong nexus between the Goan Ministers, the drug mafia and the sex racketeers, the media played it very safe by conveniently choosing not to pursue the leads from the investigation.

    When a 14-year-old German girl was raped by Rohit Monserrate, the 21-year-old son of Goa Education Minister Atanasio Monserrate who is also a powerful political figure in Goa, and the girl’s mother was repeatedly harassed and their lawyer was grievously injured in order to coerce him to withdraw from the case, the Media didn’t find anything extraordinary in that.

    When Taslima Nasreen’s press conference was rudely disrupted and chairs and all sorts of dangerous objects were thrown at her in full glare of the cameras by the “secular” muslim jihadis of Hyderabad lead by the MLAs of Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), the Media didnt at all find anything amiss in that.

    When Laxmi Oraon, an Adivasi woman was brutally thrashed and paraded naked through the streets of Guwahati, Assam, with the whole police paraphernalia and official state machinery in tow, the Media chose to downplay the episode since, the victim was a hapless adivasi woman from the lower strata of society.

    The Media felt that since all the above unsavoury incidents had occured in the states lead by Madam Sonia Antonia Maino’s puppets, it is all perfectly legitimate and absolutely secular and progressive.

    Kudos to the Media who are the Real Talibans of India.
    http://www.haindavakeralam.com/HKPage.aspx?Page

  • Real Talibans of India – Media

    When a female journalist called Soumya Vishwanathan was killed in India’a national capital, the Chief Minister of Delhi Smt Sheila Dixit blamed the dead female journalist for her own tragedy by saying that she was too adventurous. The Media wholeheartedly supported Mrs Dixit and went gaga over her shortly afterwards, when she won the Delhi Assembly elections.

    When Scarlett Keeling was raped and killed in Goa and the needle of suspicion pointed to a strong nexus between the Goan Ministers, the drug mafia and the sex racketeers, the media played it very safe by conveniently choosing not to pursue the leads from the investigation.

    When a 14-year-old German girl was raped by Rohit Monserrate, the 21-year-old son of Goa Education Minister Atanasio Monserrate who is also a powerful political figure in Goa, and the girl’s mother was repeatedly harassed and their lawyer was grievously injured in order to coerce him to withdraw from the case, the Media didn’t find anything extraordinary in that.

    When Taslima Nasreen’s press conference was rudely disrupted and chairs and all sorts of dangerous objects were thrown at her in full glare of the cameras by the “secular” muslim jihadis of Hyderabad lead by the MLAs of Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), the Media didnt at all find anything amiss in that.

    When Laxmi Oraon, an Adivasi woman was brutally thrashed and paraded naked through the streets of Guwahati, Assam, with the whole police paraphernalia and official state machinery in tow, the Media chose to downplay the episode since, the victim was a hapless adivasi woman from the lower strata of society.

    The Media felt that since all the above unsavoury incidents had occured in the states lead by Madam Sonia Antonia Maino’s puppets, it is all perfectly legitimate and absolutely secular and progressive.

    Kudos to the Media who are the Real Talibans of India.
    http://www.haindavakeralam.com/HKPage.aspx?Page

  • Real Talibans of India – Media

    When a female journalist called Soumya Vishwanathan was killed in India’a national capital, the Chief Minister of Delhi Smt Sheila Dixit blamed the dead female journalist for her own tragedy by saying that she was too adventurous. The Media wholeheartedly supported Mrs Dixit and went gaga over her shortly afterwards, when she won the Delhi Assembly elections.

    When Scarlett Keeling was raped and killed in Goa and the needle of suspicion pointed to a strong nexus between the Goan Ministers, the drug mafia and the sex racketeers, the media played it very safe by conveniently choosing not to pursue the leads from the investigation.

    When a 14-year-old German girl was raped by Rohit Monserrate, the 21-year-old son of Goa Education Minister Atanasio Monserrate who is also a powerful political figure in Goa, and the girl’s mother was repeatedly harassed and their lawyer was grievously injured in order to coerce him to withdraw from the case, the Media didn’t find anything extraordinary in that.

    When Taslima Nasreen’s press conference was rudely disrupted and chairs and all sorts of dangerous objects were thrown at her in full glare of the cameras by the “secular” muslim jihadis of Hyderabad lead by the MLAs of Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), the Media didnt at all find anything amiss in that.

    When Laxmi Oraon, an Adivasi woman was brutally thrashed and paraded naked through the streets of Guwahati, Assam, with the whole police paraphernalia and official state machinery in tow, the Media chose to downplay the episode since, the victim was a hapless adivasi woman from the lower strata of society.

    The Media felt that since all the above unsavoury incidents had occured in the states lead by Madam Sonia Antonia Maino’s puppets, it is all perfectly legitimate and absolutely secular and progressive.

    Kudos to the Media who are the Real Talibans of India.
    http://www.haindavakeralam.com/HKPage.aspx?Page

  • Real Talibans of India – Media

    When a female journalist called Soumya Vishwanathan was killed in India’a national capital, the Chief Minister of Delhi Smt Sheila Dixit blamed the dead female journalist for her own tragedy by saying that she was too adventurous. The Media wholeheartedly supported Mrs Dixit and went gaga over her shortly afterwards, when she won the Delhi Assembly elections.

    When Scarlett Keeling was raped and killed in Goa and the needle of suspicion pointed to a strong nexus between the Goan Ministers, the drug mafia and the sex racketeers, the media played it very safe by conveniently choosing not to pursue the leads from the investigation.

    When a 14-year-old German girl was raped by Rohit Monserrate, the 21-year-old son of Goa Education Minister Atanasio Monserrate who is also a powerful political figure in Goa, and the girl’s mother was repeatedly harassed and their lawyer was grievously injured in order to coerce him to withdraw from the case, the Media didn’t find anything extraordinary in that.

    When Taslima Nasreen’s press conference was rudely disrupted and chairs and all sorts of dangerous objects were thrown at her in full glare of the cameras by the “secular” muslim jihadis of Hyderabad lead by the MLAs of Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), the Media didnt at all find anything amiss in that.

    When Laxmi Oraon, an Adivasi woman was brutally thrashed and paraded naked through the streets of Guwahati, Assam, with the whole police paraphernalia and official state machinery in tow, the Media chose to downplay the episode since, the victim was a hapless adivasi woman from the lower strata of society.

    The Media felt that since all the above unsavoury incidents had occured in the states lead by Madam Sonia Antonia Maino’s puppets, it is all perfectly legitimate and absolutely secular and progressive.

    Kudos to the Media who are the Real Talibans of India.
    http://www.haindavakeralam.com/HKPage.aspx?Page

  • Real Talibans of India – Media

    When a female journalist called Soumya Vishwanathan was killed in India’a national capital, the Chief Minister of Delhi Smt Sheila Dixit blamed the dead female journalist for her own tragedy by saying that she was too adventurous. The Media wholeheartedly supported Mrs Dixit and went gaga over her shortly afterwards, when she won the Delhi Assembly elections.

    When Scarlett Keeling was raped and killed in Goa and the needle of suspicion pointed to a strong nexus between the Goan Ministers, the drug mafia and the sex racketeers, the media played it very safe by conveniently choosing not to pursue the leads from the investigation.

    When a 14-year-old German girl was raped by Rohit Monserrate, the 21-year-old son of Goa Education Minister Atanasio Monserrate who is also a powerful political figure in Goa, and the girl’s mother was repeatedly harassed and their lawyer was grievously injured in order to coerce him to withdraw from the case, the Media didn’t find anything extraordinary in that.

    When Taslima Nasreen’s press conference was rudely disrupted and chairs and all sorts of dangerous objects were thrown at her in full glare of the cameras by the “secular” muslim jihadis of Hyderabad lead by the MLAs of Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), the Media didnt at all find anything amiss in that.

    When Laxmi Oraon, an Adivasi woman was brutally thrashed and paraded naked through the streets of Guwahati, Assam, with the whole police paraphernalia and official state machinery in tow, the Media chose to downplay the episode since, the victim was a hapless adivasi woman from the lower strata of society.

    The Media felt that since all the above unsavoury incidents had occured in the states lead by Madam Sonia Antonia Maino’s puppets, it is all perfectly legitimate and absolutely secular and progressive.

    Kudos to the Media who are the Real Talibans of India.
    http://www.haindavakeralam.com/HKPage.aspx?Page

  • Real Talibans of India – Media

    When a female journalist called Soumya Vishwanathan was killed in India’a national capital, the Chief Minister of Delhi Smt Sheila Dixit blamed the dead female journalist for her own tragedy by saying that she was too adventurous. The Media wholeheartedly supported Mrs Dixit and went gaga over her shortly afterwards, when she won the Delhi Assembly elections.

    When Scarlett Keeling was raped and killed in Goa and the needle of suspicion pointed to a strong nexus between the Goan Ministers, the drug mafia and the sex racketeers, the media played it very safe by conveniently choosing not to pursue the leads from the investigation.

    When a 14-year-old German girl was raped by Rohit Monserrate, the 21-year-old son of Goa Education Minister Atanasio Monserrate who is also a powerful political figure in Goa, and the girl’s mother was repeatedly harassed and their lawyer was grievously injured in order to coerce him to withdraw from the case, the Media didn’t find anything extraordinary in that.

    When Taslima Nasreen’s press conference was rudely disrupted and chairs and all sorts of dangerous objects were thrown at her in full glare of the cameras by the “secular” muslim jihadis of Hyderabad lead by the MLAs of Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), the Media didnt at all find anything amiss in that.

    When Laxmi Oraon, an Adivasi woman was brutally thrashed and paraded naked through the streets of Guwahati, Assam, with the whole police paraphernalia and official state machinery in tow, the Media chose to downplay the episode since, the victim was a hapless adivasi woman from the lower strata of society.

    The Media felt that since all the above unsavoury incidents had occured in the states lead by Madam Sonia Antonia Maino’s puppets, it is all perfectly legitimate and absolutely secular and progressive.

    Kudos to the Media who are the Real Talibans of India.
    http://www.haindavakeralam.com/HKPage.aspx?Page

  • Real Talibans of India – Media

    When a female journalist called Soumya Vishwanathan was killed in India’a national capital, the Chief Minister of Delhi Smt Sheila Dixit blamed the dead female journalist for her own tragedy by saying that she was too adventurous. The Media wholeheartedly supported Mrs Dixit and went gaga over her shortly afterwards, when she won the Delhi Assembly elections.

    When Scarlett Keeling was raped and killed in Goa and the needle of suspicion pointed to a strong nexus between the Goan Ministers, the drug mafia and the sex racketeers, the media played it very safe by conveniently choosing not to pursue the leads from the investigation.

    When a 14-year-old German girl was raped by Rohit Monserrate, the 21-year-old son of Goa Education Minister Atanasio Monserrate who is also a powerful political figure in Goa, and the girl’s mother was repeatedly harassed and their lawyer was grievously injured in order to coerce him to withdraw from the case, the Media didn’t find anything extraordinary in that.

    When Taslima Nasreen’s press conference was rudely disrupted and chairs and all sorts of dangerous objects were thrown at her in full glare of the cameras by the “secular” muslim jihadis of Hyderabad lead by the MLAs of Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), the Media didnt at all find anything amiss in that.

    When Laxmi Oraon, an Adivasi woman was brutally thrashed and paraded naked through the streets of Guwahati, Assam, with the whole police paraphernalia and official state machinery in tow, the Media chose to downplay the episode since, the victim was a hapless adivasi woman from the lower strata of society.

    The Media felt that since all the above unsavoury incidents had occured in the states lead by Madam Sonia Antonia Maino’s puppets, it is all perfectly legitimate and absolutely secular and progressive.

    Kudos to the Media who are the Real Talibans of India.
    http://www.haindavakeralam.com/HKPage.aspx?Page

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  • I have noticed for long that those who shout for freedom the most to shout down others, are just not ready to grant that same freedom to others to shout them down. Sad that things have come to this pass.

  • I have noticed for long that those who shout for freedom the most to shout down others, are just not ready to grant that same freedom to others to shout them down. Sad that things have come to this pass.

  • I have noticed for long that those who shout for freedom the most to shout down others, are just not ready to grant that same freedom to others to shout them down. Sad that things have come to this pass.

  • I have noticed for long that those who shout for freedom the most to shout down others, are just not ready to grant that same freedom to others to shout them down. Sad that things have come to this pass.

  • I have noticed for long that those who shout for freedom the most to shout down others, are just not ready to grant that same freedom to others to shout them down. Sad that things have come to this pass.

  • I have noticed for long that those who shout for freedom the most to shout down others, are just not ready to grant that same freedom to others to shout them down. Sad that things have come to this pass.

  • I have noticed for long that those who shout for freedom the most to shout down others, are just not ready to grant that same freedom to others to shout them down. Sad that things have come to this pass.

  • I have noticed for long that those who shout for freedom the most to shout down others, are just not ready to grant that same freedom to others to shout them down. Sad that things have come to this pass.

  • I have noticed for long that those who shout for freedom the most to shout down others, are just not ready to grant that same freedom to others to shout them down. Sad that things have come to this pass.

  • I have noticed for long that those who shout for freedom the most to shout down others, are just not ready to grant that same freedom to others to shout them down. Sad that things have come to this pass.

  • rsk

    It is most unfortunate that a person in the media could not take criticism against herself.

    Wonder what would happen if Narendra Modi decides to sue Barkha dutt for calling him a mass murderer not once but several times. But I guess Modi has more important things to do. He can happily ignore pests roaming around him to collect his/her livelihood. 😀

    Coming back to Mr. Kunte's criticism. I believe he must have spoken some bitter truth hurting Ms. Dutt where it hurts the most. Hence he got a reaction from her. If she had a clean heart, she would have not bothered about this criticism by an individual.

  • rsk

    It is most unfortunate that a person in the media could not take criticism against herself.

    Wonder what would happen if Narendra Modi decides to sue Barkha dutt for calling him a mass murderer not once but several times. But I guess Modi has more important things to do. He can happily ignore pests roaming around him to collect his/her livelihood. 😀

    Coming back to Mr. Kunte's criticism. I believe he must have spoken some bitter truth hurting Ms. Dutt where it hurts the most. Hence he got a reaction from her. If she had a clean heart, she would have not bothered about this criticism by an individual.

  • rsk

    It is most unfortunate that a person in the media could not take criticism against herself.

    Wonder what would happen if Narendra Modi decides to sue Barkha dutt for calling him a mass murderer not once but several times. But I guess Modi has more important things to do. He can happily ignore pests roaming around him to collect his/her livelihood. 😀

    Coming back to Mr. Kunte's criticism. I believe he must have spoken some bitter truth hurting Ms. Dutt where it hurts the most. Hence he got a reaction from her. If she had a clean heart, she would have not bothered about this criticism by an individual.

  • rsk

    It is most unfortunate that a person in the media could not take criticism against herself.

    Wonder what would happen if Narendra Modi decides to sue Barkha dutt for calling him a mass murderer not once but several times. But I guess Modi has more important things to do. He can happily ignore pests roaming around him to collect his/her livelihood. 😀

    Coming back to Mr. Kunte's criticism. I believe he must have spoken some bitter truth hurting Ms. Dutt where it hurts the most. Hence he got a reaction from her. If she had a clean heart, she would have not bothered about this criticism by an individual.

  • rsk

    It is most unfortunate that a person in the media could not take criticism against herself.

    Wonder what would happen if Narendra Modi decides to sue Barkha dutt for calling him a mass murderer not once but several times. But I guess Modi has more important things to do. He can happily ignore pests roaming around him to collect his/her livelihood. 😀

    Coming back to Mr. Kunte's criticism. I believe he must have spoken some bitter truth hurting Ms. Dutt where it hurts the most. Hence he got a reaction from her. If she had a clean heart, she would have not bothered about this criticism by an individual.

  • rsk

    It is most unfortunate that a person in the media could not take criticism against herself.

    Wonder what would happen if Narendra Modi decides to sue Barkha dutt for calling him a mass murderer not once but several times. But I guess Modi has more important things to do. He can happily ignore pests roaming around him to collect his/her livelihood. 😀

    Coming back to Mr. Kunte's criticism. I believe he must have spoken some bitter truth hurting Ms. Dutt where it hurts the most. Hence he got a reaction from her. If she had a clean heart, she would have not bothered about this criticism by an individual.

  • rsk

    It is most unfortunate that a person in the media could not take criticism against herself.

    Wonder what would happen if Narendra Modi decides to sue Barkha dutt for calling him a mass murderer not once but several times. But I guess Modi has more important things to do. He can happily ignore pests roaming around him to collect his/her livelihood. 😀

    Coming back to Mr. Kunte's criticism. I believe he must have spoken some bitter truth hurting Ms. Dutt where it hurts the most. Hence he got a reaction from her. If she had a clean heart, she would have not bothered about this criticism by an individual.

  • rsk

    It is most unfortunate that a person in the media could not take criticism against herself.

    Wonder what would happen if Narendra Modi decides to sue Barkha dutt for calling him a mass murderer not once but several times. But I guess Modi has more important things to do. He can happily ignore pests roaming around him to collect his/her livelihood. 😀

    Coming back to Mr. Kunte's criticism. I believe he must have spoken some bitter truth hurting Ms. Dutt where it hurts the most. Hence he got a reaction from her. If she had a clean heart, she would have not bothered about this criticism by an individual.

  • rsk

    It is most unfortunate that a person in the media could not take criticism against herself.

    Wonder what would happen if Narendra Modi decides to sue Barkha dutt for calling him a mass murderer not once but several times. But I guess Modi has more important things to do. He can happily ignore pests roaming around him to collect his/her livelihood. 😀

    Coming back to Mr. Kunte's criticism. I believe he must have spoken some bitter truth hurting Ms. Dutt where it hurts the most. Hence he got a reaction from her. If she had a clean heart, she would have not bothered about this criticism by an individual.

  • rsk

    It is most unfortunate that a person in the media could not take criticism against herself.

    Wonder what would happen if Narendra Modi decides to sue Barkha dutt for calling him a mass murderer not once but several times. But I guess Modi has more important things to do. He can happily ignore pests roaming around him to collect his/her livelihood. 😀

    Coming back to Mr. Kunte's criticism. I believe he must have spoken some bitter truth hurting Ms. Dutt where it hurts the most. Hence he got a reaction from her. If she had a clean heart, she would have not bothered about this criticism by an individual.

  • Alex

    Uhm?! As I see it:

    The blogger exercised his freedom to criticize Ms Dutt/NDTV.
    NDTV/Ms Dutt exercised their freedom to defend themselves legally (presumably).
    The blogger retracted his criticism, (again, presumably) because he had nothing to back up his allegations, with. He had the freedom to stand by his statement, and defend himself legally, didn't he?

    I don't think it's fair to imply that NDTV/Ms Dutt should simply sit back and take someone publicly maligning them, just because they happen to be part of the 'Big Bad Indian News Media'.

    Do keep in mind that anyone who is shown in poor light on NDTV (by Ms Dutt or anyone else) also has the freedom to legally (or otherwise, as is often the practice) defend themselves.

  • Alex

    Uhm?! As I see it:

    The blogger exercised his freedom to criticize Ms Dutt/NDTV.
    NDTV/Ms Dutt exercised their freedom to defend themselves legally (presumably).
    The blogger retracted his criticism, (again, presumably) because he had nothing to back up his allegations, with. He had the freedom to stand by his statement, and defend himself legally, didn't he?

    I don't think it's fair to imply that NDTV/Ms Dutt should simply sit back and take someone publicly maligning them, just because they happen to be part of the 'Big Bad Indian News Media'.

    Do keep in mind that anyone who is shown in poor light on NDTV (by Ms Dutt or anyone else) also has the freedom to legally (or otherwise, as is often the practice) defend themselves.

  • Alex

    Uhm?! As I see it:

    The blogger exercised his freedom to criticize Ms Dutt/NDTV.
    NDTV/Ms Dutt exercised their freedom to defend themselves legally (presumably).
    The blogger retracted his criticism, (again, presumably) because he had nothing to back up his allegations, with. He had the freedom to stand by his statement, and defend himself legally, didn't he?

    I don't think it's fair to imply that NDTV/Ms Dutt should simply sit back and take someone publicly maligning them, just because they happen to be part of the 'Big Bad Indian News Media'.

    Do keep in mind that anyone who is shown in poor light on NDTV (by Ms Dutt or anyone else) also has the freedom to legally (or otherwise, as is often the practice) defend themselves.

  • Alex

    Uhm?! As I see it:

    The blogger exercised his freedom to criticize Ms Dutt/NDTV.
    NDTV/Ms Dutt exercised their freedom to defend themselves legally (presumably).
    The blogger retracted his criticism, (again, presumably) because he had nothing to back up his allegations, with. He had the freedom to stand by his statement, and defend himself legally, didn't he?

    I don't think it's fair to imply that NDTV/Ms Dutt should simply sit back and take someone publicly maligning them, just because they happen to be part of the 'Big Bad Indian News Media'.

    Do keep in mind that anyone who is shown in poor light on NDTV (by Ms Dutt or anyone else) also has the freedom to legally (or otherwise, as is often the practice) defend themselves.

  • Alex

    Uhm?! As I see it:

    The blogger exercised his freedom to criticize Ms Dutt/NDTV.
    NDTV/Ms Dutt exercised their freedom to defend themselves legally (presumably).
    The blogger retracted his criticism, (again, presumably) because he had nothing to back up his allegations, with. He had the freedom to stand by his statement, and defend himself legally, didn't he?

    I don't think it's fair to imply that NDTV/Ms Dutt should simply sit back and take someone publicly maligning them, just because they happen to be part of the 'Big Bad Indian News Media'.

    Do keep in mind that anyone who is shown in poor light on NDTV (by Ms Dutt or anyone else) also has the freedom to legally (or otherwise, as is often the practice) defend themselves.

  • Alex

    Uhm?! As I see it:

    The blogger exercised his freedom to criticize Ms Dutt/NDTV.
    NDTV/Ms Dutt exercised their freedom to defend themselves legally (presumably).
    The blogger retracted his criticism, (again, presumably) because he had nothing to back up his allegations, with. He had the freedom to stand by his statement, and defend himself legally, didn't he?

    I don't think it's fair to imply that NDTV/Ms Dutt should simply sit back and take someone publicly maligning them, just because they happen to be part of the 'Big Bad Indian News Media'.

    Do keep in mind that anyone who is shown in poor light on NDTV (by Ms Dutt or anyone else) also has the freedom to legally (or otherwise, as is often the practice) defend themselves.

  • Alex

    Uhm?! As I see it:

    The blogger exercised his freedom to criticize Ms Dutt/NDTV.
    NDTV/Ms Dutt exercised their freedom to defend themselves legally (presumably).
    The blogger retracted his criticism, (again, presumably) because he had nothing to back up his allegations, with. He had the freedom to stand by his statement, and defend himself legally, didn't he?

    I don't think it's fair to imply that NDTV/Ms Dutt should simply sit back and take someone publicly maligning them, just because they happen to be part of the 'Big Bad Indian News Media'.

    Do keep in mind that anyone who is shown in poor light on NDTV (by Ms Dutt or anyone else) also has the freedom to legally (or otherwise, as is often the practice) defend themselves.

  • Alex

    Uhm?! As I see it:

    The blogger exercised his freedom to criticize Ms Dutt/NDTV.
    NDTV/Ms Dutt exercised their freedom to defend themselves legally (presumably).
    The blogger retracted his criticism, (again, presumably) because he had nothing to back up his allegations, with. He had the freedom to stand by his statement, and defend himself legally, didn't he?

    I don't think it's fair to imply that NDTV/Ms Dutt should simply sit back and take someone publicly maligning them, just because they happen to be part of the 'Big Bad Indian News Media'.

    Do keep in mind that anyone who is shown in poor light on NDTV (by Ms Dutt or anyone else) also has the freedom to legally (or otherwise, as is often the practice) defend themselves.

  • Alex

    Uhm?! As I see it:

    The blogger exercised his freedom to criticize Ms Dutt/NDTV.
    NDTV/Ms Dutt exercised their freedom to defend themselves legally (presumably).
    The blogger retracted his criticism, (again, presumably) because he had nothing to back up his allegations, with. He had the freedom to stand by his statement, and defend himself legally, didn't he?

    I don't think it's fair to imply that NDTV/Ms Dutt should simply sit back and take someone publicly maligning them, just because they happen to be part of the 'Big Bad Indian News Media'.

    Do keep in mind that anyone who is shown in poor light on NDTV (by Ms Dutt or anyone else) also has the freedom to legally (or otherwise, as is often the practice) defend themselves.

  • Alex

    Uhm?! As I see it:

    The blogger exercised his freedom to criticize Ms Dutt/NDTV.
    NDTV/Ms Dutt exercised their freedom to defend themselves legally (presumably).
    The blogger retracted his criticism, (again, presumably) because he had nothing to back up his allegations, with. He had the freedom to stand by his statement, and defend himself legally, didn't he?

    I don't think it's fair to imply that NDTV/Ms Dutt should simply sit back and take someone publicly maligning them, just because they happen to be part of the 'Big Bad Indian News Media'.

    Do keep in mind that anyone who is shown in poor light on NDTV (by Ms Dutt or anyone else) also has the freedom to legally (or otherwise, as is often the practice) defend themselves.

  • Shan

    Umm…as I see it, this is more than just a freedom of speech issue. Far be it for me to defend Barkha Dutt and her shrillness, but let's for a moment realise what Chaitanya actually implied. He implied that she caused murders of people. Even if broadcasts were responsible for getting information to the terrorists, all the media was to be blamed, not just Barkha.

    The post was also defamatory in that is actually accused her and her company of causing the death of Hemant Karkare. This is demonstrably false as multiple inquiried into his death has proven since.

    Anyone, including all the protesters and defenders of freedom of speech in her position would take offence to being called a murder facilitator or accomplice. As I see it in her place I'd also have taken legal action. The only thing stopping me would be lack of resources. She has the resopirces and legal help, and did take action.

    I don't see what the hoohaa is about.

  • Shan

    Umm…as I see it, this is more than just a freedom of speech issue. Far be it for me to defend Barkha Dutt and her shrillness, but let's for a moment realise what Chaitanya actually implied. He implied that she caused murders of people. Even if broadcasts were responsible for getting information to the terrorists, all the media was to be blamed, not just Barkha.

    The post was also defamatory in that is actually accused her and her company of causing the death of Hemant Karkare. This is demonstrably false as multiple inquiried into his death has proven since.

    Anyone, including all the protesters and defenders of freedom of speech in her position would take offence to being called a murder facilitator or accomplice. As I see it in her place I'd also have taken legal action. The only thing stopping me would be lack of resources. She has the resopirces and legal help, and did take action.

    I don't see what the hoohaa is about.

  • Shan

    Umm…as I see it, this is more than just a freedom of speech issue. Far be it for me to defend Barkha Dutt and her shrillness, but let's for a moment realise what Chaitanya actually implied. He implied that she caused murders of people. Even if broadcasts were responsible for getting information to the terrorists, all the media was to be blamed, not just Barkha.

    The post was also defamatory in that is actually accused her and her company of causing the death of Hemant Karkare. This is demonstrably false as multiple inquiried into his death has proven since.

    Anyone, including all the protesters and defenders of freedom of speech in her position would take offence to being called a murder facilitator or accomplice. As I see it in her place I'd also have taken legal action. The only thing stopping me would be lack of resources. She has the resopirces and legal help, and did take action.

    I don't see what the hoohaa is about.

  • Shan

    Umm…as I see it, this is more than just a freedom of speech issue. Far be it for me to defend Barkha Dutt and her shrillness, but let's for a moment realise what Chaitanya actually implied. He implied that she caused murders of people. Even if broadcasts were responsible for getting information to the terrorists, all the media was to be blamed, not just Barkha.

    The post was also defamatory in that is actually accused her and her company of causing the death of Hemant Karkare. This is demonstrably false as multiple inquiried into his death has proven since.

    Anyone, including all the protesters and defenders of freedom of speech in her position would take offence to being called a murder facilitator or accomplice. As I see it in her place I'd also have taken legal action. The only thing stopping me would be lack of resources. She has the resopirces and legal help, and did take action.

    I don't see what the hoohaa is about.

  • Shan

    Umm…as I see it, this is more than just a freedom of speech issue. Far be it for me to defend Barkha Dutt and her shrillness, but let's for a moment realise what Chaitanya actually implied. He implied that she caused murders of people. Even if broadcasts were responsible for getting information to the terrorists, all the media was to be blamed, not just Barkha.

    The post was also defamatory in that is actually accused her and her company of causing the death of Hemant Karkare. This is demonstrably false as multiple inquiried into his death has proven since.

    Anyone, including all the protesters and defenders of freedom of speech in her position would take offence to being called a murder facilitator or accomplice. As I see it in her place I'd also have taken legal action. The only thing stopping me would be lack of resources. She has the resopirces and legal help, and did take action.

    I don't see what the hoohaa is about.

  • Shan

    Umm…as I see it, this is more than just a freedom of speech issue. Far be it for me to defend Barkha Dutt and her shrillness, but let's for a moment realise what Chaitanya actually implied. He implied that she caused murders of people. Even if broadcasts were responsible for getting information to the terrorists, all the media was to be blamed, not just Barkha.

    The post was also defamatory in that is actually accused her and her company of causing the death of Hemant Karkare. This is demonstrably false as multiple inquiried into his death has proven since.

    Anyone, including all the protesters and defenders of freedom of speech in her position would take offence to being called a murder facilitator or accomplice. As I see it in her place I'd also have taken legal action. The only thing stopping me would be lack of resources. She has the resopirces and legal help, and did take action.

    I don't see what the hoohaa is about.

  • Shan

    Umm…as I see it, this is more than just a freedom of speech issue. Far be it for me to defend Barkha Dutt and her shrillness, but let's for a moment realise what Chaitanya actually implied. He implied that she caused murders of people. Even if broadcasts were responsible for getting information to the terrorists, all the media was to be blamed, not just Barkha.

    The post was also defamatory in that is actually accused her and her company of causing the death of Hemant Karkare. This is demonstrably false as multiple inquiried into his death has proven since.

    Anyone, including all the protesters and defenders of freedom of speech in her position would take offence to being called a murder facilitator or accomplice. As I see it in her place I'd also have taken legal action. The only thing stopping me would be lack of resources. She has the resopirces and legal help, and did take action.

    I don't see what the hoohaa is about.

  • Shan

    Umm…as I see it, this is more than just a freedom of speech issue. Far be it for me to defend Barkha Dutt and her shrillness, but let's for a moment realise what Chaitanya actually implied. He implied that she caused murders of people. Even if broadcasts were responsible for getting information to the terrorists, all the media was to be blamed, not just Barkha.

    The post was also defamatory in that is actually accused her and her company of causing the death of Hemant Karkare. This is demonstrably false as multiple inquiried into his death has proven since.

    Anyone, including all the protesters and defenders of freedom of speech in her position would take offence to being called a murder facilitator or accomplice. As I see it in her place I'd also have taken legal action. The only thing stopping me would be lack of resources. She has the resopirces and legal help, and did take action.

    I don't see what the hoohaa is about.

  • Shan

    Umm…as I see it, this is more than just a freedom of speech issue. Far be it for me to defend Barkha Dutt and her shrillness, but let's for a moment realise what Chaitanya actually implied. He implied that she caused murders of people. Even if broadcasts were responsible for getting information to the terrorists, all the media was to be blamed, not just Barkha.

    The post was also defamatory in that is actually accused her and her company of causing the death of Hemant Karkare. This is demonstrably false as multiple inquiried into his death has proven since.

    Anyone, including all the protesters and defenders of freedom of speech in her position would take offence to being called a murder facilitator or accomplice. As I see it in her place I'd also have taken legal action. The only thing stopping me would be lack of resources. She has the resopirces and legal help, and did take action.

    I don't see what the hoohaa is about.

  • Shan

    Umm…as I see it, this is more than just a freedom of speech issue. Far be it for me to defend Barkha Dutt and her shrillness, but let's for a moment realise what Chaitanya actually implied. He implied that she caused murders of people. Even if broadcasts were responsible for getting information to the terrorists, all the media was to be blamed, not just Barkha.

    The post was also defamatory in that is actually accused her and her company of causing the death of Hemant Karkare. This is demonstrably false as multiple inquiried into his death has proven since.

    Anyone, including all the protesters and defenders of freedom of speech in her position would take offence to being called a murder facilitator or accomplice. As I see it in her place I'd also have taken legal action. The only thing stopping me would be lack of resources. She has the resopirces and legal help, and did take action.

    I don't see what the hoohaa is about.

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  • PKR (sorry been without internet access for almost a day) – I never said a journalists job was easy. If they are easily sued, then they should realize how horrible it feels. AND, they should realize that when they are sued, their organizations pay their legal fees. When they sue a small blogger, he's hanging out to dry on his own.

    Ms. Dutt does have a right to defend herself, but why crush an ant with a sledgehammer? She could have asked for a withdrawal and left it at that. @sumants (twitter) had an excellent point on this vein.

  • PKR (sorry been without internet access for almost a day) – I never said a journalists job was easy. If they are easily sued, then they should realize how horrible it feels. AND, they should realize that when they are sued, their organizations pay their legal fees. When they sue a small blogger, he's hanging out to dry on his own.

    Ms. Dutt does have a right to defend herself, but why crush an ant with a sledgehammer? She could have asked for a withdrawal and left it at that. @sumants (twitter) had an excellent point on this vein.

  • PKR (sorry been without internet access for almost a day) – I never said a journalists job was easy. If they are easily sued, then they should realize how horrible it feels. AND, they should realize that when they are sued, their organizations pay their legal fees. When they sue a small blogger, he's hanging out to dry on his own.

    Ms. Dutt does have a right to defend herself, but why crush an ant with a sledgehammer? She could have asked for a withdrawal and left it at that. @sumants (twitter) had an excellent point on this vein.

  • PKR (sorry been without internet access for almost a day) – I never said a journalists job was easy. If they are easily sued, then they should realize how horrible it feels. AND, they should realize that when they are sued, their organizations pay their legal fees. When they sue a small blogger, he's hanging out to dry on his own.

    Ms. Dutt does have a right to defend herself, but why crush an ant with a sledgehammer? She could have asked for a withdrawal and left it at that. @sumants (twitter) had an excellent point on this vein.

  • PKR (sorry been without internet access for almost a day) – I never said a journalists job was easy. If they are easily sued, then they should realize how horrible it feels. AND, they should realize that when they are sued, their organizations pay their legal fees. When they sue a small blogger, he's hanging out to dry on his own.

    Ms. Dutt does have a right to defend herself, but why crush an ant with a sledgehammer? She could have asked for a withdrawal and left it at that. @sumants (twitter) had an excellent point on this vein.

  • PKR (sorry been without internet access for almost a day) – I never said a journalists job was easy. If they are easily sued, then they should realize how horrible it feels. AND, they should realize that when they are sued, their organizations pay their legal fees. When they sue a small blogger, he's hanging out to dry on his own.

    Ms. Dutt does have a right to defend herself, but why crush an ant with a sledgehammer? She could have asked for a withdrawal and left it at that. @sumants (twitter) had an excellent point on this vein.

  • PKR (sorry been without internet access for almost a day) – I never said a journalists job was easy. If they are easily sued, then they should realize how horrible it feels. AND, they should realize that when they are sued, their organizations pay their legal fees. When they sue a small blogger, he's hanging out to dry on his own.

    Ms. Dutt does have a right to defend herself, but why crush an ant with a sledgehammer? She could have asked for a withdrawal and left it at that. @sumants (twitter) had an excellent point on this vein.

  • PKR (sorry been without internet access for almost a day) – I never said a journalists job was easy. If they are easily sued, then they should realize how horrible it feels. AND, they should realize that when they are sued, their organizations pay their legal fees. When they sue a small blogger, he's hanging out to dry on his own.

    Ms. Dutt does have a right to defend herself, but why crush an ant with a sledgehammer? She could have asked for a withdrawal and left it at that. @sumants (twitter) had an excellent point on this vein.

  • PKR (sorry been without internet access for almost a day) – I never said a journalists job was easy. If they are easily sued, then they should realize how horrible it feels. AND, they should realize that when they are sued, their organizations pay their legal fees. When they sue a small blogger, he's hanging out to dry on his own.

    Ms. Dutt does have a right to defend herself, but why crush an ant with a sledgehammer? She could have asked for a withdrawal and left it at that. @sumants (twitter) had an excellent point on this vein.

  • PKR (sorry been without internet access for almost a day) – I never said a journalists job was easy. If they are easily sued, then they should realize how horrible it feels. AND, they should realize that when they are sued, their organizations pay their legal fees. When they sue a small blogger, he's hanging out to dry on his own.

    Ms. Dutt does have a right to defend herself, but why crush an ant with a sledgehammer? She could have asked for a withdrawal and left it at that. @sumants (twitter) had an excellent point on this vein.

  • Re: your last paragraph – standing up to a legal suit is not that easy. As bonobashi says as well – there are a fair number of costs and for a guy who's working and supports a family that is not easily dismissed. FYI, Chyetanya lives in the Netherlands, so defending himself in court in Delhi adds to the burden.

  • Re: your last paragraph – standing up to a legal suit is not that easy. As bonobashi says as well – there are a fair number of costs and for a guy who's working and supports a family that is not easily dismissed. FYI, Chyetanya lives in the Netherlands, so defending himself in court in Delhi adds to the burden.

  • Re: your last paragraph – standing up to a legal suit is not that easy. As bonobashi says as well – there are a fair number of costs and for a guy who's working and supports a family that is not easily dismissed. FYI, Chyetanya lives in the Netherlands, so defending himself in court in Delhi adds to the burden.

  • Re: your last paragraph – standing up to a legal suit is not that easy. As bonobashi says as well – there are a fair number of costs and for a guy who's working and supports a family that is not easily dismissed. FYI, Chyetanya lives in the Netherlands, so defending himself in court in Delhi adds to the burden.

  • Re: your last paragraph – standing up to a legal suit is not that easy. As bonobashi says as well – there are a fair number of costs and for a guy who's working and supports a family that is not easily dismissed. FYI, Chyetanya lives in the Netherlands, so defending himself in court in Delhi adds to the burden.

  • Re: your last paragraph – standing up to a legal suit is not that easy. As bonobashi says as well – there are a fair number of costs and for a guy who's working and supports a family that is not easily dismissed. FYI, Chyetanya lives in the Netherlands, so defending himself in court in Delhi adds to the burden.

  • Re: your last paragraph – standing up to a legal suit is not that easy. As bonobashi says as well – there are a fair number of costs and for a guy who's working and supports a family that is not easily dismissed. FYI, Chyetanya lives in the Netherlands, so defending himself in court in Delhi adds to the burden.

  • Re: your last paragraph – standing up to a legal suit is not that easy. As bonobashi says as well – there are a fair number of costs and for a guy who's working and supports a family that is not easily dismissed. FYI, Chyetanya lives in the Netherlands, so defending himself in court in Delhi adds to the burden.

  • Re: your last paragraph – standing up to a legal suit is not that easy. As bonobashi says as well – there are a fair number of costs and for a guy who's working and supports a family that is not easily dismissed. FYI, Chyetanya lives in the Netherlands, so defending himself in court in Delhi adds to the burden.

  • Re: your last paragraph – standing up to a legal suit is not that easy. As bonobashi says as well – there are a fair number of costs and for a guy who's working and supports a family that is not easily dismissed. FYI, Chyetanya lives in the Netherlands, so defending himself in court in Delhi adds to the burden.

  • Indian

    I agree with you … mahn.. real bad on her part … you cannot be emotional when you are a journalist.. of course you can go and cover on the warfront.. but that indeed create problems for the armymen who are already saving lives…

    i just wonder would not it be another problem for armymen to arrange for the security of these so called “journalists”

  • Indian

    I agree with you … mahn.. real bad on her part … you cannot be emotional when you are a journalist.. of course you can go and cover on the warfront.. but that indeed create problems for the armymen who are already saving lives…

    i just wonder would not it be another problem for armymen to arrange for the security of these so called “journalists”

  • Indian

    I agree with you … mahn.. real bad on her part … you cannot be emotional when you are a journalist.. of course you can go and cover on the warfront.. but that indeed create problems for the armymen who are already saving lives…

    i just wonder would not it be another problem for armymen to arrange for the security of these so called “journalists”

  • Indian

    I agree with you … mahn.. real bad on her part … you cannot be emotional when you are a journalist.. of course you can go and cover on the warfront.. but that indeed create problems for the armymen who are already saving lives…

    i just wonder would not it be another problem for armymen to arrange for the security of these so called “journalists”

  • Indian

    I agree with you … mahn.. real bad on her part … you cannot be emotional when you are a journalist.. of course you can go and cover on the warfront.. but that indeed create problems for the armymen who are already saving lives…

    i just wonder would not it be another problem for armymen to arrange for the security of these so called “journalists”

  • Indian

    I agree with you … mahn.. real bad on her part … you cannot be emotional when you are a journalist.. of course you can go and cover on the warfront.. but that indeed create problems for the armymen who are already saving lives…

    i just wonder would not it be another problem for armymen to arrange for the security of these so called “journalists”

  • Indian

    I agree with you … mahn.. real bad on her part … you cannot be emotional when you are a journalist.. of course you can go and cover on the warfront.. but that indeed create problems for the armymen who are already saving lives…

    i just wonder would not it be another problem for armymen to arrange for the security of these so called “journalists”

  • Indian

    I agree with you … mahn.. real bad on her part … you cannot be emotional when you are a journalist.. of course you can go and cover on the warfront.. but that indeed create problems for the armymen who are already saving lives…

    i just wonder would not it be another problem for armymen to arrange for the security of these so called “journalists”

  • Indian

    I agree with you … mahn.. real bad on her part … you cannot be emotional when you are a journalist.. of course you can go and cover on the warfront.. but that indeed create problems for the armymen who are already saving lives…

    i just wonder would not it be another problem for armymen to arrange for the security of these so called “journalists”

  • Indian

    I agree with you … mahn.. real bad on her part … you cannot be emotional when you are a journalist.. of course you can go and cover on the warfront.. but that indeed create problems for the armymen who are already saving lives…

    i just wonder would not it be another problem for armymen to arrange for the security of these so called “journalists”

  • Harshad, while you are entitled to your view, I do not support name calling. Please refrain. Also, I strongly oppose criticizing anyone for something they have no control over – namely, their looks. What one has control over is one's personality.

    I will not edit or delete your comment, but I will say that I disagree strongly with how you expressed your views. Please keep that in mind while commenting on my blog. Thank you.

  • Harshad, while you are entitled to your view, I do not support name calling. Please refrain. Also, I strongly oppose criticizing anyone for something they have no control over – namely, their looks. What one has control over is one's personality.

    I will not edit or delete your comment, but I will say that I disagree strongly with how you expressed your views. Please keep that in mind while commenting on my blog. Thank you.

  • Harshad, while you are entitled to your view, I do not support name calling. Please refrain. Also, I strongly oppose criticizing anyone for something they have no control over – namely, their looks. What one has control over is one's personality.

    I will not edit or delete your comment, but I will say that I disagree strongly with how you expressed your views. Please keep that in mind while commenting on my blog. Thank you.

  • Harshad, while you are entitled to your view, I do not support name calling. Please refrain. Also, I strongly oppose criticizing anyone for something they have no control over – namely, their looks. What one has control over is one's personality.

    I will not edit or delete your comment, but I will say that I disagree strongly with how you expressed your views. Please keep that in mind while commenting on my blog. Thank you.

  • Harshad, while you are entitled to your view, I do not support name calling. Please refrain. Also, I strongly oppose criticizing anyone for something they have no control over – namely, their looks. What one has control over is one's personality.

    I will not edit or delete your comment, but I will say that I disagree strongly with how you expressed your views. Please keep that in mind while commenting on my blog. Thank you.

  • Harshad, while you are entitled to your view, I do not support name calling. Please refrain. Also, I strongly oppose criticizing anyone for something they have no control over – namely, their looks. What one has control over is one's personality.

    I will not edit or delete your comment, but I will say that I disagree strongly with how you expressed your views. Please keep that in mind while commenting on my blog. Thank you.

  • Harshad, while you are entitled to your view, I do not support name calling. Please refrain. Also, I strongly oppose criticizing anyone for something they have no control over – namely, their looks. What one has control over is one's personality.

    I will not edit or delete your comment, but I will say that I disagree strongly with how you expressed your views. Please keep that in mind while commenting on my blog. Thank you.

  • Harshad, while you are entitled to your view, I do not support name calling. Please refrain. Also, I strongly oppose criticizing anyone for something they have no control over – namely, their looks. What one has control over is one's personality.

    I will not edit or delete your comment, but I will say that I disagree strongly with how you expressed your views. Please keep that in mind while commenting on my blog. Thank you.

  • Harshad, while you are entitled to your view, I do not support name calling. Please refrain. Also, I strongly oppose criticizing anyone for something they have no control over – namely, their looks. What one has control over is one's personality.

    I will not edit or delete your comment, but I will say that I disagree strongly with how you expressed your views. Please keep that in mind while commenting on my blog. Thank you.

  • Harshad, while you are entitled to your view, I do not support name calling. Please refrain. Also, I strongly oppose criticizing anyone for something they have no control over – namely, their looks. What one has control over is one's personality.

    I will not edit or delete your comment, but I will say that I disagree strongly with how you expressed your views. Please keep that in mind while commenting on my blog. Thank you.

  • “Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality ”

    Its not about having an ugly face, its about ugly mentality. This should be enough. Although no one can comment about looks, one can definitely comment against mentality.

  • “Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality ”

    Its not about having an ugly face, its about ugly mentality. This should be enough. Although no one can comment about looks, one can definitely comment against mentality.

  • “Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality ”

    Its not about having an ugly face, its about ugly mentality. This should be enough. Although no one can comment about looks, one can definitely comment against mentality.

  • “Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality ”

    Its not about having an ugly face, its about ugly mentality. This should be enough. Although no one can comment about looks, one can definitely comment against mentality.

  • “Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality ”

    Its not about having an ugly face, its about ugly mentality. This should be enough. Although no one can comment about looks, one can definitely comment against mentality.

  • “Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality ”

    Its not about having an ugly face, its about ugly mentality. This should be enough. Although no one can comment about looks, one can definitely comment against mentality.

  • “Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality ”

    Its not about having an ugly face, its about ugly mentality. This should be enough. Although no one can comment about looks, one can definitely comment against mentality.

  • “Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality ”

    Its not about having an ugly face, its about ugly mentality. This should be enough. Although no one can comment about looks, one can definitely comment against mentality.

  • “Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality ”

    Its not about having an ugly face, its about ugly mentality. This should be enough. Although no one can comment about looks, one can definitely comment against mentality.

  • “Barkha Dutt is just a name of a crook mentality ”

    Its not about having an ugly face, its about ugly mentality. This should be enough. Although no one can comment about looks, one can definitely comment against mentality.

  • Sanjukta, you are very quick to jump to judgment yourself, aren't you? I was with very spotty internet access for almost a day and hence the delay. As I replied to you on twitter , I don't believe in deleting or modifying comments – they are not my words to edit.

    And you talk of using tones of respect to address others and your comment drips of sarcasm and, frankly, superiority. Is that how you define “respect”? Should one only be respectful to someone who is a “leading name in her field”? 🙂

  • Sanjukta, you are very quick to jump to judgment yourself, aren't you? I was with very spotty internet access for almost a day and hence the delay. As I replied to you on twitter , I don't believe in deleting or modifying comments – they are not my words to edit.

    And you talk of using tones of respect to address others and your comment drips of sarcasm and, frankly, superiority. Is that how you define “respect”? Should one only be respectful to someone who is a “leading name in her field”? 🙂

  • Sanjukta, you are very quick to jump to judgment yourself, aren't you? I was with very spotty internet access for almost a day and hence the delay. As I replied to you on twitter , I don't believe in deleting or modifying comments – they are not my words to edit.

    And you talk of using tones of respect to address others and your comment drips of sarcasm and, frankly, superiority. Is that how you define “respect”? Should one only be respectful to someone who is a “leading name in her field”? 🙂

  • Sanjukta, you are very quick to jump to judgment yourself, aren't you? I was with very spotty internet access for almost a day and hence the delay. As I replied to you on twitter , I don't believe in deleting or modifying comments – they are not my words to edit.

    And you talk of using tones of respect to address others and your comment drips of sarcasm and, frankly, superiority. Is that how you define “respect”? Should one only be respectful to someone who is a “leading name in her field”? 🙂

  • Sanjukta, you are very quick to jump to judgment yourself, aren't you? I was with very spotty internet access for almost a day and hence the delay. As I replied to you on twitter , I don't believe in deleting or modifying comments – they are not my words to edit.

    And you talk of using tones of respect to address others and your comment drips of sarcasm and, frankly, superiority. Is that how you define “respect”? Should one only be respectful to someone who is a “leading name in her field”? 🙂

  • Sanjukta, you are very quick to jump to judgment yourself, aren't you? I was with very spotty internet access for almost a day and hence the delay. As I replied to you on twitter , I don't believe in deleting or modifying comments – they are not my words to edit.

    And you talk of using tones of respect to address others and your comment drips of sarcasm and, frankly, superiority. Is that how you define “respect”? Should one only be respectful to someone who is a “leading name in her field”? 🙂

  • Sanjukta, you are very quick to jump to judgment yourself, aren't you? I was with very spotty internet access for almost a day and hence the delay. As I replied to you on twitter , I don't believe in deleting or modifying comments – they are not my words to edit.

    And you talk of using tones of respect to address others and your comment drips of sarcasm and, frankly, superiority. Is that how you define “respect”? Should one only be respectful to someone who is a “leading name in her field”? 🙂

  • Sanjukta, you are very quick to jump to judgment yourself, aren't you? I was with very spotty internet access for almost a day and hence the delay. As I replied to you on twitter , I don't believe in deleting or modifying comments – they are not my words to edit.

    And you talk of using tones of respect to address others and your comment drips of sarcasm and, frankly, superiority. Is that how you define “respect”? Should one only be respectful to someone who is a “leading name in her field”? 🙂

  • Sanjukta, you are very quick to jump to judgment yourself, aren't you? I was with very spotty internet access for almost a day and hence the delay. As I replied to you on twitter , I don't believe in deleting or modifying comments – they are not my words to edit.

    And you talk of using tones of respect to address others and your comment drips of sarcasm and, frankly, superiority. Is that how you define “respect”? Should one only be respectful to someone who is a “leading name in her field”? 🙂

  • Sanjukta, you are very quick to jump to judgment yourself, aren't you? I was with very spotty internet access for almost a day and hence the delay. As I replied to you on twitter , I don't believe in deleting or modifying comments – they are not my words to edit.

    And you talk of using tones of respect to address others and your comment drips of sarcasm and, frankly, superiority. Is that how you define “respect”? Should one only be respectful to someone who is a “leading name in her field”? 🙂

  • Tareque, I think you want to reach NDTV – please feel free to do so on their website. Good luck with it.

  • Tareque, I think you want to reach NDTV – please feel free to do so on their website. Good luck with it.

  • Tareque, I think you want to reach NDTV – please feel free to do so on their website. Good luck with it.

  • Tareque, I think you want to reach NDTV – please feel free to do so on their website. Good luck with it.

  • Tareque, I think you want to reach NDTV – please feel free to do so on their website. Good luck with it.

  • Tareque, I think you want to reach NDTV – please feel free to do so on their website. Good luck with it.

  • Tareque, I think you want to reach NDTV – please feel free to do so on their website. Good luck with it.

  • Tareque, I think you want to reach NDTV – please feel free to do so on their website. Good luck with it.

  • Tareque, I think you want to reach NDTV – please feel free to do so on their website. Good luck with it.

  • Tareque, I think you want to reach NDTV – please feel free to do so on their website. Good luck with it.

  • Pradeep – precisely!!! The insistence on an apology (which, apparently the army person who criticized her refused to offer) has increased the scope to a whole new level.

  • Pradeep – precisely!!! The insistence on an apology (which, apparently the army person who criticized her refused to offer) has increased the scope to a whole new level.

  • Pradeep – precisely!!! The insistence on an apology (which, apparently the army person who criticized her refused to offer) has increased the scope to a whole new level.

  • Pradeep – precisely!!! The insistence on an apology (which, apparently the army person who criticized her refused to offer) has increased the scope to a whole new level.

  • Pradeep – precisely!!! The insistence on an apology (which, apparently the army person who criticized her refused to offer) has increased the scope to a whole new level.

  • Pradeep – precisely!!! The insistence on an apology (which, apparently the army person who criticized her refused to offer) has increased the scope to a whole new level.

  • Pradeep – precisely!!! The insistence on an apology (which, apparently the army person who criticized her refused to offer) has increased the scope to a whole new level.

  • Pradeep – precisely!!! The insistence on an apology (which, apparently the army person who criticized her refused to offer) has increased the scope to a whole new level.

  • Pradeep – precisely!!! The insistence on an apology (which, apparently the army person who criticized her refused to offer) has increased the scope to a whole new level.

  • Pradeep – precisely!!! The insistence on an apology (which, apparently the army person who criticized her refused to offer) has increased the scope to a whole new level.

  • Let's see what he said, I quote

    “Update: In fact, I am willing to believe that Hemant Karkare died because these channels showed him prepare (wear helmet, wear bullet-proof vest.) in excruciating detail live on television. And they in turn targeted him where he was unprotected. The brave officer succumbed to bullets in the neck.”

    He did not name her or NDTV. He expressed his opinion that all the channels who showed this were out of bounds. I'm betting this is not why he was sued.

    He also said, I quote –
    “One of the criticisms about Barkha Dutt on Wikipedia reads thus:

    During the Kargil conflict, Indian Army sources repeatedly complained to her channel that she was giving away locations in her broadcasts, thus causing Indian casualties.”

    This is why he was likely sued. He quoted wikipedia, but he still implied that her irresponsibility was leading to casualties. I wonder why they don't change the wikipedia page? Or sue the author who put it in? Because those are much harder. And I bet you that Wikipedia contributors can be tracked – at least down to the IP which is all the RIAA needed when it sued people…

  • Let's see what he said, I quote

    “Update: In fact, I am willing to believe that Hemant Karkare died because these channels showed him prepare (wear helmet, wear bullet-proof vest.) in excruciating detail live on television. And they in turn targeted him where he was unprotected. The brave officer succumbed to bullets in the neck.”

    He did not name her or NDTV. He expressed his opinion that all the channels who showed this were out of bounds. I'm betting this is not why he was sued.

    He also said, I quote –
    “One of the criticisms about Barkha Dutt on Wikipedia reads thus:

    During the Kargil conflict, Indian Army sources repeatedly complained to her channel that she was giving away locations in her broadcasts, thus causing Indian casualties.”

    This is why he was likely sued. He quoted wikipedia, but he still implied that her irresponsibility was leading to casualties. I wonder why they don't change the wikipedia page? Or sue the author who put it in? Because those are much harder. And I bet you that Wikipedia contributors can be tracked – at least down to the IP which is all the RIAA needed when it sued people…

  • Let's see what he said, I quote

    “Update: In fact, I am willing to believe that Hemant Karkare died because these channels showed him prepare (wear helmet, wear bullet-proof vest.) in excruciating detail live on television. And they in turn targeted him where he was unprotected. The brave officer succumbed to bullets in the neck.”

    He did not name her or NDTV. He expressed his opinion that all the channels who showed this were out of bounds. I'm betting this is not why he was sued.

    He also said, I quote –
    “One of the criticisms about Barkha Dutt on Wikipedia reads thus:

    During the Kargil conflict, Indian Army sources repeatedly complained to her channel that she was giving away locations in her broadcasts, thus causing Indian casualties.”

    This is why he was likely sued. He quoted wikipedia, but he still implied that her irresponsibility was leading to casualties. I wonder why they don't change the wikipedia page? Or sue the author who put it in? Because those are much harder. And I bet you that Wikipedia contributors can be tracked – at least down to the IP which is all the RIAA needed when it sued people…

  • Let's see what he said, I quote

    “Update: In fact, I am willing to believe that Hemant Karkare died because these channels showed him prepare (wear helmet, wear bullet-proof vest.) in excruciating detail live on television. And they in turn targeted him where he was unprotected. The brave officer succumbed to bullets in the neck.”

    He did not name her or NDTV. He expressed his opinion that all the channels who showed this were out of bounds. I'm betting this is not why he was sued.

    He also said, I quote –
    “One of the criticisms about Barkha Dutt on Wikipedia reads thus:

    During the Kargil conflict, Indian Army sources repeatedly complained to her channel that she was giving away locations in her broadcasts, thus causing Indian casualties.”

    This is why he was likely sued. He quoted wikipedia, but he still implied that her irresponsibility was leading to casualties. I wonder why they don't change the wikipedia page? Or sue the author who put it in? Because those are much harder. And I bet you that Wikipedia contributors can be tracked – at least down to the IP which is all the RIAA needed when it sued people…

  • Let's see what he said, I quote

    “Update: In fact, I am willing to believe that Hemant Karkare died because these channels showed him prepare (wear helmet, wear bullet-proof vest.) in excruciating detail live on television. And they in turn targeted him where he was unprotected. The brave officer succumbed to bullets in the neck.”

    He did not name her or NDTV. He expressed his opinion that all the channels who showed this were out of bounds. I'm betting this is not why he was sued.

    He also said, I quote –
    “One of the criticisms about Barkha Dutt on Wikipedia reads thus:

    During the Kargil conflict, Indian Army sources repeatedly complained to her channel that she was giving away locations in her broadcasts, thus causing Indian casualties.”

    This is why he was likely sued. He quoted wikipedia, but he still implied that her irresponsibility was leading to casualties. I wonder why they don't change the wikipedia page? Or sue the author who put it in? Because those are much harder. And I bet you that Wikipedia contributors can be tracked – at least down to the IP which is all the RIAA needed when it sued people…

  • Let's see what he said, I quote

    “Update: In fact, I am willing to believe that Hemant Karkare died because these channels showed him prepare (wear helmet, wear bullet-proof vest.) in excruciating detail live on television. And they in turn targeted him where he was unprotected. The brave officer succumbed to bullets in the neck.”

    He did not name her or NDTV. He expressed his opinion that all the channels who showed this were out of bounds. I'm betting this is not why he was sued.

    He also said, I quote –
    “One of the criticisms about Barkha Dutt on Wikipedia reads thus:

    During the Kargil conflict, Indian Army sources repeatedly complained to her channel that she was giving away locations in her broadcasts, thus causing Indian casualties.”

    This is why he was likely sued. He quoted wikipedia, but he still implied that her irresponsibility was leading to casualties. I wonder why they don't change the wikipedia page? Or sue the author who put it in? Because those are much harder. And I bet you that Wikipedia contributors can be tracked – at least down to the IP which is all the RIAA needed when it sued people…

  • Let's see what he said, I quote

    “Update: In fact, I am willing to believe that Hemant Karkare died because these channels showed him prepare (wear helmet, wear bullet-proof vest.) in excruciating detail live on television. And they in turn targeted him where he was unprotected. The brave officer succumbed to bullets in the neck.”

    He did not name her or NDTV. He expressed his opinion that all the channels who showed this were out of bounds. I'm betting this is not why he was sued.

    He also said, I quote –
    “One of the criticisms about Barkha Dutt on Wikipedia reads thus:

    During the Kargil conflict, Indian Army sources repeatedly complained to her channel that she was giving away locations in her broadcasts, thus causing Indian casualties.”

    This is why he was likely sued. He quoted wikipedia, but he still implied that her irresponsibility was leading to casualties. I wonder why they don't change the wikipedia page? Or sue the author who put it in? Because those are much harder. And I bet you that Wikipedia contributors can be tracked – at least down to the IP which is all the RIAA needed when it sued people…

  • Let's see what he said, I quote

    “Update: In fact, I am willing to believe that Hemant Karkare died because these channels showed him prepare (wear helmet, wear bullet-proof vest.) in excruciating detail live on television. And they in turn targeted him where he was unprotected. The brave officer succumbed to bullets in the neck.”

    He did not name her or NDTV. He expressed his opinion that all the channels who showed this were out of bounds. I'm betting this is not why he was sued.

    He also said, I quote –
    “One of the criticisms about Barkha Dutt on Wikipedia reads thus:

    During the Kargil conflict, Indian Army sources repeatedly complained to her channel that she was giving away locations in her broadcasts, thus causing Indian casualties.”

    This is why he was likely sued. He quoted wikipedia, but he still implied that her irresponsibility was leading to casualties. I wonder why they don't change the wikipedia page? Or sue the author who put it in? Because those are much harder. And I bet you that Wikipedia contributors can be tracked – at least down to the IP which is all the RIAA needed when it sued people…

  • Let's see what he said, I quote

    “Update: In fact, I am willing to believe that Hemant Karkare died because these channels showed him prepare (wear helmet, wear bullet-proof vest.) in excruciating detail live on television. And they in turn targeted him where he was unprotected. The brave officer succumbed to bullets in the neck.”

    He did not name her or NDTV. He expressed his opinion that all the channels who showed this were out of bounds. I'm betting this is not why he was sued.

    He also said, I quote –
    “One of the criticisms about Barkha Dutt on Wikipedia reads thus:

    During the Kargil conflict, Indian Army sources repeatedly complained to her channel that she was giving away locations in her broadcasts, thus causing Indian casualties.”

    This is why he was likely sued. He quoted wikipedia, but he still implied that her irresponsibility was leading to casualties. I wonder why they don't change the wikipedia page? Or sue the author who put it in? Because those are much harder. And I bet you that Wikipedia contributors can be tracked – at least down to the IP which is all the RIAA needed when it sued people…

  • Let's see what he said, I quote

    “Update: In fact, I am willing to believe that Hemant Karkare died because these channels showed him prepare (wear helmet, wear bullet-proof vest.) in excruciating detail live on television. And they in turn targeted him where he was unprotected. The brave officer succumbed to bullets in the neck.”

    He did not name her or NDTV. He expressed his opinion that all the channels who showed this were out of bounds. I'm betting this is not why he was sued.

    He also said, I quote –
    “One of the criticisms about Barkha Dutt on Wikipedia reads thus:

    During the Kargil conflict, Indian Army sources repeatedly complained to her channel that she was giving away locations in her broadcasts, thus causing Indian casualties.”

    This is why he was likely sued. He quoted wikipedia, but he still implied that her irresponsibility was leading to casualties. I wonder why they don't change the wikipedia page? Or sue the author who put it in? Because those are much harder. And I bet you that Wikipedia contributors can be tracked – at least down to the IP which is all the RIAA needed when it sued people…

  • I think we have ranted unecessarily about #ndtv and #ckunte without knowing the true facts. These are perils of using #twitter. Not that we are wrong in our intention, but unfortunately we have promoted ndtv a lot. They got free publicity at the cost of our bandwidth…!

    Besides, this incident also showed some sadist bloggers ranting desperately to increase their blog traffic. We need to mark their blogs as spam.

  • I think we have ranted unecessarily about #ndtv and #ckunte without knowing the true facts. These are perils of using #twitter. Not that we are wrong in our intention, but unfortunately we have promoted ndtv a lot. They got free publicity at the cost of our bandwidth…!

    Besides, this incident also showed some sadist bloggers ranting desperately to increase their blog traffic. We need to mark their blogs as spam.

  • I think we have ranted unecessarily about #ndtv and #ckunte without knowing the true facts. These are perils of using #twitter. Not that we are wrong in our intention, but unfortunately we have promoted ndtv a lot. They got free publicity at the cost of our bandwidth…!

    Besides, this incident also showed some sadist bloggers ranting desperately to increase their blog traffic. We need to mark their blogs as spam.

  • I think we have ranted unecessarily about #ndtv and #ckunte without knowing the true facts. These are perils of using #twitter. Not that we are wrong in our intention, but unfortunately we have promoted ndtv a lot. They got free publicity at the cost of our bandwidth…!

    Besides, this incident also showed some sadist bloggers ranting desperately to increase their blog traffic. We need to mark their blogs as spam.

  • I think we have ranted unecessarily about #ndtv and #ckunte without knowing the true facts. These are perils of using #twitter. Not that we are wrong in our intention, but unfortunately we have promoted ndtv a lot. They got free publicity at the cost of our bandwidth…!

    Besides, this incident also showed some sadist bloggers ranting desperately to increase their blog traffic. We need to mark their blogs as spam.

  • I think we have ranted unecessarily about #ndtv and #ckunte without knowing the true facts. These are perils of using #twitter. Not that we are wrong in our intention, but unfortunately we have promoted ndtv a lot. They got free publicity at the cost of our bandwidth…!

    Besides, this incident also showed some sadist bloggers ranting desperately to increase their blog traffic. We need to mark their blogs as spam.

  • I think we have ranted unecessarily about #ndtv and #ckunte without knowing the true facts. These are perils of using #twitter. Not that we are wrong in our intention, but unfortunately we have promoted ndtv a lot. They got free publicity at the cost of our bandwidth…!

    Besides, this incident also showed some sadist bloggers ranting desperately to increase their blog traffic. We need to mark their blogs as spam.

  • I think we have ranted unecessarily about #ndtv and #ckunte without knowing the true facts. These are perils of using #twitter. Not that we are wrong in our intention, but unfortunately we have promoted ndtv a lot. They got free publicity at the cost of our bandwidth…!

    Besides, this incident also showed some sadist bloggers ranting desperately to increase their blog traffic. We need to mark their blogs as spam.

  • I think we have ranted unecessarily about #ndtv and #ckunte without knowing the true facts. These are perils of using #twitter. Not that we are wrong in our intention, but unfortunately we have promoted ndtv a lot. They got free publicity at the cost of our bandwidth…!

    Besides, this incident also showed some sadist bloggers ranting desperately to increase their blog traffic. We need to mark their blogs as spam.

  • I think we have ranted unecessarily about #ndtv and #ckunte without knowing the true facts. These are perils of using #twitter. Not that we are wrong in our intention, but unfortunately we have promoted ndtv a lot. They got free publicity at the cost of our bandwidth…!

    Besides, this incident also showed some sadist bloggers ranting desperately to increase their blog traffic. We need to mark their blogs as spam.

  • I love your haikus! 🙂

    But believe me, the fact that I blogged this early was purely chance. Thanks in large part to Retributions. If you peruse my blog you'll see I rarely opine on the controversy du jour… But the Retributions blog is a great source for current info and his point of view is one I usually agree with.

  • I love this haiku! 🙂

    But believe me, the fact that I blogged this early was purely chance. Thanks in large part to Retributions. If you peruse my blog you'll see I rarely opine on the controversy du jour… But the Retributions blog is a great source for current info and his point of view is one I usually agree with.

  • I love this haiku! 🙂

    But believe me, the fact that I blogged this early was purely chance. Thanks in large part to Retributions. If you peruse my blog you'll see I rarely opine on the controversy du jour… But the Retributions blog is a great source for current info and his point of view is one I usually agree with.

  • I love this haiku! 🙂

    But believe me, the fact that I blogged this early was purely chance. Thanks in large part to Retributions. If you peruse my blog you'll see I rarely opine on the controversy du jour… But the Retributions blog is a great source for current info and his point of view is one I usually agree with.

  • I love this haiku! 🙂

    But believe me, the fact that I blogged this early was purely chance. Thanks in large part to Retributions. If you peruse my blog you'll see I rarely opine on the controversy du jour… But the Retributions blog is a great source for current info and his point of view is one I usually agree with.

  • I love this haiku! 🙂

    But believe me, the fact that I blogged this early was purely chance. Thanks in large part to Retributions. If you peruse my blog you'll see I rarely opine on the controversy du jour… But the Retributions blog is a great source for current info and his point of view is one I usually agree with.

  • I love this haiku! 🙂

    But believe me, the fact that I blogged this early was purely chance. Thanks in large part to Retributions. If you peruse my blog you'll see I rarely opine on the controversy du jour… But the Retributions blog is a great source for current info and his point of view is one I usually agree with.

  • I love this haiku! 🙂

    But believe me, the fact that I blogged this early was purely chance. Thanks in large part to Retributions. If you peruse my blog you'll see I rarely opine on the controversy du jour… But the Retributions blog is a great source for current info and his point of view is one I usually agree with.

  • I love this haiku! 🙂

    But believe me, the fact that I blogged this early was purely chance. Thanks in large part to Retributions. If you peruse my blog you'll see I rarely opine on the controversy du jour… But the Retributions blog is a great source for current info and his point of view is one I usually agree with.

  • I love this haiku! 🙂

    But believe me, the fact that I blogged this early was purely chance. Thanks in large part to Retributions. If you peruse my blog you'll see I rarely opine on the controversy du jour… But the Retributions blog is a great source for current info and his point of view is one I usually agree with.

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  • As long we comment without personal attacks, yes, mentality, personality and any “ity” one has control over is open for comment.

  • As long we comment without personal attacks, yes, mentality, personality and any “ity” one has control over is open for comment.

  • As long we comment without personal attacks, yes, mentality, personality and any “ity” one has control over is open for comment.

  • As long we comment without personal attacks, yes, mentality, personality and any “ity” one has control over is open for comment.

  • As long we comment without personal attacks, yes, mentality, personality and any “ity” one has control over is open for comment.

  • As long we comment without personal attacks, yes, mentality, personality and any “ity” one has control over is open for comment.

  • As long we comment without personal attacks, yes, mentality, personality and any “ity” one has control over is open for comment.

  • As long we comment without personal attacks, yes, mentality, personality and any “ity” one has control over is open for comment.

  • As long we comment without personal attacks, yes, mentality, personality and any “ity” one has control over is open for comment.

  • As long we comment without personal attacks, yes, mentality, personality and any “ity” one has control over is open for comment.

  • Batull

    It simply outrageous!!! In a way this is a blessing in disguise because now more people are interested in what CK had to say! I for one am in TOTAL AGREEMENT WITH EVERY WORD….n will ensure the word gets around.How many more of us are they going to shut up?!!
    Barkhaji has forgotten what journalism is all about !

  • Batull

    It simply outrageous!!! In a way this is a blessing in disguise because now more people are interested in what CK had to say! I for one am in TOTAL AGREEMENT WITH EVERY WORD….n will ensure the word gets around.How many more of us are they going to shut up?!!
    Barkhaji has forgotten what journalism is all about !

  • Batull

    It simply outrageous!!! In a way this is a blessing in disguise because now more people are interested in what CK had to say! I for one am in TOTAL AGREEMENT WITH EVERY WORD….n will ensure the word gets around.How many more of us are they going to shut up?!!
    Barkhaji has forgotten what journalism is all about !

  • Batull

    It simply outrageous!!! In a way this is a blessing in disguise because now more people are interested in what CK had to say! I for one am in TOTAL AGREEMENT WITH EVERY WORD….n will ensure the word gets around.How many more of us are they going to shut up?!!
    Barkhaji has forgotten what journalism is all about !

  • Batull

    It simply outrageous!!! In a way this is a blessing in disguise because now more people are interested in what CK had to say! I for one am in TOTAL AGREEMENT WITH EVERY WORD….n will ensure the word gets around.How many more of us are they going to shut up?!!
    Barkhaji has forgotten what journalism is all about !

  • Batull

    It simply outrageous!!! In a way this is a blessing in disguise because now more people are interested in what CK had to say! I for one am in TOTAL AGREEMENT WITH EVERY WORD….n will ensure the word gets around.How many more of us are they going to shut up?!!
    Barkhaji has forgotten what journalism is all about !

  • Batull

    It simply outrageous!!! In a way this is a blessing in disguise because now more people are interested in what CK had to say! I for one am in TOTAL AGREEMENT WITH EVERY WORD….n will ensure the word gets around.How many more of us are they going to shut up?!!
    Barkhaji has forgotten what journalism is all about !

  • Batull

    It simply outrageous!!! In a way this is a blessing in disguise because now more people are interested in what CK had to say! I for one am in TOTAL AGREEMENT WITH EVERY WORD….n will ensure the word gets around.How many more of us are they going to shut up?!!
    Barkhaji has forgotten what journalism is all about !

  • Batull

    It simply outrageous!!! In a way this is a blessing in disguise because now more people are interested in what CK had to say! I for one am in TOTAL AGREEMENT WITH EVERY WORD….n will ensure the word gets around.How many more of us are they going to shut up?!!
    Barkhaji has forgotten what journalism is all about !

  • Batull

    It simply outrageous!!! In a way this is a blessing in disguise because now more people are interested in what CK had to say! I for one am in TOTAL AGREEMENT WITH EVERY WORD….n will ensure the word gets around.How many more of us are they going to shut up?!!
    Barkhaji has forgotten what journalism is all about !

  • mediahypocrites

    i will never look at barkha the same way after this, unfortunately. thats for sure

  • mediahypocrites

    i will never look at barkha the same way after this, unfortunately. thats for sure

  • mediahypocrites

    i will never look at barkha the same way after this, unfortunately. thats for sure

  • mediahypocrites

    i will never look at barkha the same way after this, unfortunately. thats for sure

  • mediahypocrites

    i will never look at barkha the same way after this, unfortunately. thats for sure

  • mediahypocrites

    i will never look at barkha the same way after this, unfortunately. thats for sure

  • mediahypocrites

    i will never look at barkha the same way after this, unfortunately. thats for sure

  • mediahypocrites

    i will never look at barkha the same way after this, unfortunately. thats for sure

  • mediahypocrites

    i will never look at barkha the same way after this, unfortunately. thats for sure

  • mediahypocrites

    i will never look at barkha the same way after this, unfortunately. thats for sure

  • mediahypocrites

    not a blogging fan, aye?

    for all the challenges, add to that now fear of being dragged to courts( for their rights), blogging still has its loyal fans and represents a saner, unbiased landscape than MSM.

    I think Barkha has become a liability for ndtv, not ndtv for barkha. Kunte is a victim of MSM bullying small bloggers. what is there to miss?

  • mediahypocrites

    not a blogging fan, aye?

    for all the challenges, add to that now fear of being dragged to courts( for their rights), blogging still has its loyal fans and represents a saner, unbiased landscape than MSM.

    I think Barkha has become a liability for ndtv, not ndtv for barkha. Kunte is a victim of MSM bullying small bloggers. what is there to miss?

  • mediahypocrites

    not a blogging fan, aye?

    for all the challenges, add to that now fear of being dragged to courts( for their rights), blogging still has its loyal fans and represents a saner, unbiased landscape than MSM.

    I think Barkha has become a liability for ndtv, not ndtv for barkha. Kunte is a victim of MSM bullying small bloggers. what is there to miss?

  • mediahypocrites

    not a blogging fan, aye?

    for all the challenges, add to that now fear of being dragged to courts( for their rights), blogging still has its loyal fans and represents a saner, unbiased landscape than MSM.

    I think Barkha has become a liability for ndtv, not ndtv for barkha. Kunte is a victim of MSM bullying small bloggers. what is there to miss?

  • mediahypocrites

    not a blogging fan, aye?

    for all the challenges, add to that now fear of being dragged to courts( for their rights), blogging still has its loyal fans and represents a saner, unbiased landscape than MSM.

    I think Barkha has become a liability for ndtv, not ndtv for barkha. Kunte is a victim of MSM bullying small bloggers. what is there to miss?

  • mediahypocrites

    not a blogging fan, aye?

    for all the challenges, add to that now fear of being dragged to courts( for their rights), blogging still has its loyal fans and represents a saner, unbiased landscape than MSM.

    I think Barkha has become a liability for ndtv, not ndtv for barkha. Kunte is a victim of MSM bullying small bloggers. what is there to miss?

  • mediahypocrites

    not a blogging fan, aye?

    for all the challenges, add to that now fear of being dragged to courts( for their rights), blogging still has its loyal fans and represents a saner, unbiased landscape than MSM.

    I think Barkha has become a liability for ndtv, not ndtv for barkha. Kunte is a victim of MSM bullying small bloggers. what is there to miss?

  • mediahypocrites

    not a blogging fan, aye?

    for all the challenges, add to that now fear of being dragged to courts( for their rights), blogging still has its loyal fans and represents a saner, unbiased landscape than MSM.

    I think Barkha has become a liability for ndtv, not ndtv for barkha. Kunte is a victim of MSM bullying small bloggers. what is there to miss?

  • mediahypocrites

    not a blogging fan, aye?

    for all the challenges, add to that now fear of being dragged to courts( for their rights), blogging still has its loyal fans and represents a saner, unbiased landscape than MSM.

    I think Barkha has become a liability for ndtv, not ndtv for barkha. Kunte is a victim of MSM bullying small bloggers. what is there to miss?

  • mediahypocrites

    not a blogging fan, aye?

    for all the challenges, add to that now fear of being dragged to courts( for their rights), blogging still has its loyal fans and represents a saner, unbiased landscape than MSM.

    I think Barkha has become a liability for ndtv, not ndtv for barkha. Kunte is a victim of MSM bullying small bloggers. what is there to miss?

  • mediahypocrites

    hehe!

  • mediahypocrites

    hehe!

  • mediahypocrites

    hehe!

  • mediahypocrites

    hehe!

  • mediahypocrites

    hehe!

  • mediahypocrites

    hehe!

  • mediahypocrites

    hehe!

  • mediahypocrites

    hehe!

  • mediahypocrites

    hehe!

  • mediahypocrites

    hehe!

  • mediahypocrites

    exactly.

  • mediahypocrites

    exactly.

  • mediahypocrites

    exactly.

  • mediahypocrites

    exactly.

  • mediahypocrites

    exactly.

  • mediahypocrites

    exactly.

  • mediahypocrites

    exactly.

  • mediahypocrites

    exactly.

  • mediahypocrites

    exactly.

  • mediahypocrites

    exactly.

  • mediahypocrites

    you must be feeling let down now. feel sad for you.

  • mediahypocrites

    you must be feeling let down now. feel sad for you.

  • mediahypocrites

    you must be feeling let down now. feel sad for you.

  • mediahypocrites

    you must be feeling let down now. feel sad for you.

  • mediahypocrites

    you must be feeling let down now. feel sad for you.

  • mediahypocrites

    you must be feeling let down now. feel sad for you.

  • mediahypocrites

    you must be feeling let down now. feel sad for you.

  • mediahypocrites

    you must be feeling let down now. feel sad for you.

  • mediahypocrites

    you must be feeling let down now. feel sad for you.

  • mediahypocrites

    you must be feeling let down now. feel sad for you.

  • Kenji katsumoto

    Ha! another attempt of media control… :D..in the wrong sense…

  • Kenji katsumoto

    Ha! another attempt of media control… :D..in the wrong sense…

  • Kenji katsumoto

    Ha! another attempt of media control… :D..in the wrong sense…

  • Kenji katsumoto

    Ha! another attempt of media control… :D..in the wrong sense…

  • Kenji katsumoto

    Ha! another attempt of media control… :D..in the wrong sense…

  • Kenji katsumoto

    Ha! another attempt of media control… :D..in the wrong sense…

  • Kenji katsumoto

    Ha! another attempt of media control… :D..in the wrong sense…

  • Kenji katsumoto

    Ha! another attempt of media control… :D..in the wrong sense…

  • Kenji katsumoto

    Ha! another attempt of media control… :D..in the wrong sense…

  • Kenji katsumoto

    Ha! another attempt of media control… :D..in the wrong sense…

  • Smoke on fire

    Sanjukta, how does the term fucking idiot sound ? you seem to take yourself far too seriously and this my dear, is the freedom of speech talking. You can state your views as and how you see them, you dont need to be dripping of sarcasm. I hope you get the drift 🙂

  • Smoke on fire

    Sanjukta, how does the term fucking idiot sound ? you seem to take yourself far too seriously and this my dear, is the freedom of speech talking. You can state your views as and how you see them, you dont need to be dripping of sarcasm. I hope you get the drift 🙂

  • Smoke on fire

    Sanjukta, how does the term fucking idiot sound ? you seem to take yourself far too seriously and this my dear, is the freedom of speech talking. You can state your views as and how you see them, you dont need to be dripping of sarcasm. I hope you get the drift 🙂

  • Smoke on fire

    Sanjukta, how does the term fucking idiot sound ? you seem to take yourself far too seriously and this my dear, is the freedom of speech talking. You can state your views as and how you see them, you dont need to be dripping of sarcasm. I hope you get the drift 🙂

  • Smoke on fire

    Sanjukta, how does the term fucking idiot sound ? you seem to take yourself far too seriously and this my dear, is the freedom of speech talking. You can state your views as and how you see them, you dont need to be dripping of sarcasm. I hope you get the drift 🙂

  • Smoke on fire

    Sanjukta, how does the term fucking idiot sound ? you seem to take yourself far too seriously and this my dear, is the freedom of speech talking. You can state your views as and how you see them, you dont need to be dripping of sarcasm. I hope you get the drift 🙂

  • Smoke on fire

    Sanjukta, how does the term fucking idiot sound ? you seem to take yourself far too seriously and this my dear, is the freedom of speech talking. You can state your views as and how you see them, you dont need to be dripping of sarcasm. I hope you get the drift 🙂

  • Smoke on fire

    Sanjukta, how does the term fucking idiot sound ? you seem to take yourself far too seriously and this my dear, is the freedom of speech talking. You can state your views as and how you see them, you dont need to be dripping of sarcasm. I hope you get the drift 🙂

  • Smoke on fire

    Sanjukta, how does the term fucking idiot sound ? you seem to take yourself far too seriously and this my dear, is the freedom of speech talking. You can state your views as and how you see them, you dont need to be dripping of sarcasm. I hope you get the drift 🙂

  • Smoke on fire

    Sanjukta, how does the term fucking idiot sound ? you seem to take yourself far too seriously and this my dear, is the freedom of speech talking. You can state your views as and how you see them, you dont need to be dripping of sarcasm. I hope you get the drift 🙂

  • Rahul

    she should be banned!

  • Rahul

    she should be banned!

  • Rahul

    she should be banned!

  • Rahul

    she should be banned!

  • Rahul

    she should be banned!

  • Rahul

    she should be banned!

  • Rahul

    she should be banned!

  • Rahul

    she should be banned!

  • Rahul

    she should be banned!

  • Rahul

    she should be banned!

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  • Rational_Human

    Everyone's entitled to their opinion. This must be a bedrock principle. Otherwise, this blog wouldn't exist. Neither would idiotic posts by sanjukta.
    Sanjukta, since you claim that calling someone an idiot is a legal offense, would you please go by a school playground and sue all the children there?
    Kunte expressed an opinion, not a statement deposed under oath, that he believed that Ms. Dutt's actions endangered lives and that this was unethical. Shocking!
    Ms. Dutt'options are (1) Ignore the post (2) Post her own reply (3) Write another blog or use the air waves. Instead she attempts to stifle opinion, thought, and dissent- actions of a tyrant! Shame, Ms. Dutt, shame…

  • Rational_Human

    Everyone's entitled to their opinion. This must be a bedrock principle. Otherwise, this blog wouldn't exist. Neither would idiotic posts by sanjukta.
    Sanjukta, since you claim that calling someone an idiot is a legal offense, would you please go by a school playground and sue all the children there?
    Kunte expressed an opinion, not a statement deposed under oath, that he believed that Ms. Dutt's actions endangered lives and that this was unethical. Shocking!
    Ms. Dutt'options are (1) Ignore the post (2) Post her own reply (3) Write another blog or use the air waves. Instead she attempts to stifle opinion, thought, and dissent- actions of a tyrant! Shame, Ms. Dutt, shame…

  • Rational_Human

    Everyone's entitled to their opinion. This must be a bedrock principle. Otherwise, this blog wouldn't exist. Neither would idiotic posts by sanjukta.
    Sanjukta, since you claim that calling someone an idiot is a legal offense, would you please go by a school playground and sue all the children there?
    Kunte expressed an opinion, not a statement deposed under oath, that he believed that Ms. Dutt's actions endangered lives and that this was unethical. Shocking!
    Ms. Dutt'options are (1) Ignore the post (2) Post her own reply (3) Write another blog or use the air waves. Instead she attempts to stifle opinion, thought, and dissent- actions of a tyrant! Shame, Ms. Dutt, shame…

  • Rational_Human

    Everyone's entitled to their opinion. This must be a bedrock principle. Otherwise, this blog wouldn't exist. Neither would idiotic posts by sanjukta.
    Sanjukta, since you claim that calling someone an idiot is a legal offense, would you please go by a school playground and sue all the children there?
    Kunte expressed an opinion, not a statement deposed under oath, that he believed that Ms. Dutt's actions endangered lives and that this was unethical. Shocking!
    Ms. Dutt'options are (1) Ignore the post (2) Post her own reply (3) Write another blog or use the air waves. Instead she attempts to stifle opinion, thought, and dissent- actions of a tyrant! Shame, Ms. Dutt, shame…

  • Rational_Human

    Everyone's entitled to their opinion. This must be a bedrock principle. Otherwise, this blog wouldn't exist. Neither would idiotic posts by sanjukta.
    Sanjukta, since you claim that calling someone an idiot is a legal offense, would you please go by a school playground and sue all the children there?
    Kunte expressed an opinion, not a statement deposed under oath, that he believed that Ms. Dutt's actions endangered lives and that this was unethical. Shocking!
    Ms. Dutt'options are (1) Ignore the post (2) Post her own reply (3) Write another blog or use the air waves. Instead she attempts to stifle opinion, thought, and dissent- actions of a tyrant! Shame, Ms. Dutt, shame…

  • Rational_Human

    Everyone's entitled to their opinion. This must be a bedrock principle. Otherwise, this blog wouldn't exist. Neither would idiotic posts by sanjukta.
    Sanjukta, since you claim that calling someone an idiot is a legal offense, would you please go by a school playground and sue all the children there?
    Kunte expressed an opinion, not a statement deposed under oath, that he believed that Ms. Dutt's actions endangered lives and that this was unethical. Shocking!
    Ms. Dutt'options are (1) Ignore the post (2) Post her own reply (3) Write another blog or use the air waves. Instead she attempts to stifle opinion, thought, and dissent- actions of a tyrant! Shame, Ms. Dutt, shame…

  • Rational_Human

    Everyone's entitled to their opinion. This must be a bedrock principle. Otherwise, this blog wouldn't exist. Neither would idiotic posts by sanjukta.
    Sanjukta, since you claim that calling someone an idiot is a legal offense, would you please go by a school playground and sue all the children there?
    Kunte expressed an opinion, not a statement deposed under oath, that he believed that Ms. Dutt's actions endangered lives and that this was unethical. Shocking!
    Ms. Dutt'options are (1) Ignore the post (2) Post her own reply (3) Write another blog or use the air waves. Instead she attempts to stifle opinion, thought, and dissent- actions of a tyrant! Shame, Ms. Dutt, shame…

  • Rational_Human

    Everyone's entitled to their opinion. This must be a bedrock principle. Otherwise, this blog wouldn't exist. Neither would idiotic posts by sanjukta.
    Sanjukta, since you claim that calling someone an idiot is a legal offense, would you please go by a school playground and sue all the children there?
    Kunte expressed an opinion, not a statement deposed under oath, that he believed that Ms. Dutt's actions endangered lives and that this was unethical. Shocking!
    Ms. Dutt'options are (1) Ignore the post (2) Post her own reply (3) Write another blog or use the air waves. Instead she attempts to stifle opinion, thought, and dissent- actions of a tyrant! Shame, Ms. Dutt, shame…

  • Rational_Human

    Everyone's entitled to their opinion. This must be a bedrock principle. Otherwise, this blog wouldn't exist. Neither would idiotic posts by sanjukta.
    Sanjukta, since you claim that calling someone an idiot is a legal offense, would you please go by a school playground and sue all the children there?
    Kunte expressed an opinion, not a statement deposed under oath, that he believed that Ms. Dutt's actions endangered lives and that this was unethical. Shocking!
    Ms. Dutt'options are (1) Ignore the post (2) Post her own reply (3) Write another blog or use the air waves. Instead she attempts to stifle opinion, thought, and dissent- actions of a tyrant! Shame, Ms. Dutt, shame…

  • Rational_Human

    Everyone's entitled to their opinion. This must be a bedrock principle. Otherwise, this blog wouldn't exist. Neither would idiotic posts by sanjukta.
    Sanjukta, since you claim that calling someone an idiot is a legal offense, would you please go by a school playground and sue all the children there?
    Kunte expressed an opinion, not a statement deposed under oath, that he believed that Ms. Dutt's actions endangered lives and that this was unethical. Shocking!
    Ms. Dutt'options are (1) Ignore the post (2) Post her own reply (3) Write another blog or use the air waves. Instead she attempts to stifle opinion, thought, and dissent- actions of a tyrant! Shame, Ms. Dutt, shame…

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  • Jokingly Serious

    Were the comments too bad or the anonymity?

  • Jokingly Serious

    Were the comments too bad or the anonymity?

  • Jokingly Serious

    Were the comments too bad or the anonymity?

  • Jokingly Serious

    Were the comments too bad or the anonymity?

  • Jokingly Serious

    Were the comments too bad or the anonymity?

  • Jokingly Serious

    Were the comments too bad or the anonymity?

  • Jokingly Serious

    Were the comments too bad or the anonymity?

  • Jokingly Serious

    Were the comments too bad or the anonymity?

  • Jokingly Serious

    Were the comments too bad or the anonymity?

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  • Sid

    I want to sue Barkha Dutt for bad haircut and dressing sense and for not using deodorent.
    I will go ahead and add these things to her wiki entry.

  • Sid

    I want to sue Barkha Dutt for bad haircut and dressing sense and for not using deodorent.
    I will go ahead and add these things to her wiki entry.

  • Sid

    I want to sue Barkha Dutt for bad haircut and dressing sense and for not using deodorent.
    I will go ahead and add these things to her wiki entry.

  • Sid

    I want to sue Barkha Dutt for bad haircut and dressing sense and for not using deodorent.
    I will go ahead and add these things to her wiki entry.

  • Sid

    I want to sue Barkha Dutt for bad haircut and dressing sense and for not using deodorent.
    I will go ahead and add these things to her wiki entry.

  • Sid

    I want to sue Barkha Dutt for bad haircut and dressing sense and for not using deodorent.
    I will go ahead and add these things to her wiki entry.

  • Sid

    I want to sue Barkha Dutt for bad haircut and dressing sense and for not using deodorent.
    I will go ahead and add these things to her wiki entry.

  • Sid

    I want to sue Barkha Dutt for bad haircut and dressing sense and for not using deodorent.
    I will go ahead and add these things to her wiki entry.

  • Sid

    I want to sue Barkha Dutt for bad haircut and dressing sense and for not using deodorent.
    I will go ahead and add these things to her wiki entry.

  • Sid

    I want to sue Barkha Dutt for bad haircut and dressing sense and for not using deodorent.
    I will go ahead and add these things to her wiki entry.

  • Raja Durai

    NDTV run by coward communists will do anything, the so called media they assume that they can have more power than god with media, they will soon meet their rival

  • Raja Durai

    NDTV run by coward communists will do anything, the so called media they assume that they can have more power than god with media, they will soon meet their rival

  • Raja Durai

    NDTV run by coward communists will do anything, the so called media they assume that they can have more power than god with media, they will soon meet their rival

  • Raja Durai

    NDTV run by coward communists will do anything, the so called media they assume that they can have more power than god with media, they will soon meet their rival

  • Raja Durai

    NDTV run by coward communists will do anything, the so called media they assume that they can have more power than god with media, they will soon meet their rival

  • Raja Durai

    NDTV run by coward communists will do anything, the so called media they assume that they can have more power than god with media, they will soon meet their rival

  • Raja Durai

    NDTV run by coward communists will do anything, the so called media they assume that they can have more power than god with media, they will soon meet their rival

  • Raja Durai

    NDTV run by coward communists will do anything, the so called media they assume that they can have more power than god with media, they will soon meet their rival

  • Raja Durai

    NDTV run by coward communists will do anything, the so called media they assume that they can have more power than god with media, they will soon meet their rival

  • Raja Durai

    NDTV run by coward communists will do anything, the so called media they assume that they can have more power than god with media, they will soon meet their rival

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  • Vishnu

    Burkha Dutt is pathetic!

  • Vishnu

    Burkha Dutt is pathetic!

  • Vishnu

    Burkha Dutt is pathetic!

  • Vishnu

    Burkha Dutt is pathetic!

  • Vishnu

    Burkha Dutt is pathetic!

  • Vishnu

    Burkha Dutt is pathetic!

  • Vishnu

    Burkha Dutt is pathetic!

  • Vishnu

    Burkha Dutt is pathetic!

  • Vishnu

    Burkha Dutt is pathetic!

  • Vishnu

    Burkha Dutt is pathetic!

  • Swati

    Barkha Dutt is really a cry baby! Someone please go and give her a change of diapers.. Barkha, get a life!

  • Swati

    Barkha Dutt is really a cry baby! Someone please go and give her a change of diapers.. Barkha, get a life!

  • Swati

    Barkha Dutt is really a cry baby! Someone please go and give her a change of diapers.. Barkha, get a life!

  • Swati

    Barkha Dutt is really a cry baby! Someone please go and give her a change of diapers.. Barkha, get a life!

  • Swati

    Barkha Dutt is really a cry baby! Someone please go and give her a change of diapers.. Barkha, get a life!

  • Swati

    Barkha Dutt is really a cry baby! Someone please go and give her a change of diapers.. Barkha, get a life!

  • Swati

    Barkha Dutt is really a cry baby! Someone please go and give her a change of diapers.. Barkha, get a life!

  • Swati

    Barkha Dutt is really a cry baby! Someone please go and give her a change of diapers.. Barkha, get a life!

  • Swati

    Barkha Dutt is really a cry baby! Someone please go and give her a change of diapers.. Barkha, get a life!

  • Swati

    Barkha Dutt is really a cry baby! Someone please go and give her a change of diapers.. Barkha, get a life!

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  • great post!

    Says everything I want to on this!!

    have done a post too

  • great post!

    Says everything I want to on this!!

    have done a post too

  • great post!

    Says everything I want to on this!!

    have done a post too

  • great post!

    Says everything I want to on this!!

    have done a post too

  • great post!

    Says everything I want to on this!!

    have done a post too

  • great post!

    Says everything I want to on this!!

    have done a post too

  • great post!

    Says everything I want to on this!!

    have done a post too

  • great post!

    Says everything I want to on this!!

    have done a post too

  • great post!

    Says everything I want to on this!!

    have done a post too

  • great post!

    Says everything I want to on this!!

    have done a post too

  • Well said . I found Barkha Dutt's comments about bloggers totally irrelevant and immature .

  • Well said . I found Barkha Dutt's comments about bloggers totally irrelevant and immature .

  • Well said . I found Barkha Dutt's comments about bloggers totally irrelevant and immature .

  • Well said . I found Barkha Dutt's comments about bloggers totally irrelevant and immature .

  • Well said . I found Barkha Dutt's comments about bloggers totally irrelevant and immature .

  • Well said . I found Barkha Dutt's comments about bloggers totally irrelevant and immature .

  • Well said . I found Barkha Dutt's comments about bloggers totally irrelevant and immature .

  • Well said . I found Barkha Dutt's comments about bloggers totally irrelevant and immature .

  • Well said . I found Barkha Dutt's comments about bloggers totally irrelevant and immature .

  • Well said . I found Barkha Dutt's comments about bloggers totally irrelevant and immature .

  • Ankan

    I read the original post in the Google cache and I am still trying to find if there is anything libelous in that post. The only thing potentially libelous is a quote that the blogger provided from wikipedia. It is fair to say that he was not making the accusation directly but was quoting directly from an outside source.

    I know, it is easy for me to make these points than for the blogger who was served a legal notice from one of the largest media houses of India. However, it does make me feel that the media organization seems to have behaved extremely touchy if they have indeed threatened the original blogger. The self righteousness that their anchors so frequently show on the shows seems such a farce right now!

  • Ankan

    I read the original post in the Google cache and I am still trying to find if there is anything libelous in that post. The only thing potentially libelous is a quote that the blogger provided from wikipedia. It is fair to say that he was not making the accusation directly but was quoting directly from an outside source.

    I know, it is easy for me to make these points than for the blogger who was served a legal notice from one of the largest media houses of India. However, it does make me feel that the media organization seems to have behaved extremely touchy if they have indeed threatened the original blogger. The self righteousness that their anchors so frequently show on the shows seems such a farce right now!

  • Ankan

    I read the original post in the Google cache and I am still trying to find if there is anything libelous in that post. The only thing potentially libelous is a quote that the blogger provided from wikipedia. It is fair to say that he was not making the accusation directly but was quoting directly from an outside source.

    I know, it is easy for me to make these points than for the blogger who was served a legal notice from one of the largest media houses of India. However, it does make me feel that the media organization seems to have behaved extremely touchy if they have indeed threatened the original blogger. The self righteousness that their anchors so frequently show on the shows seems such a farce right now!

  • Ankan

    I read the original post in the Google cache and I am still trying to find if there is anything libelous in that post. The only thing potentially libelous is a quote that the blogger provided from wikipedia. It is fair to say that he was not making the accusation directly but was quoting directly from an outside source.

    I know, it is easy for me to make these points than for the blogger who was served a legal notice from one of the largest media houses of India. However, it does make me feel that the media organization seems to have behaved extremely touchy if they have indeed threatened the original blogger. The self righteousness that their anchors so frequently show on the shows seems such a farce right now!

  • Ankan

    I read the original post in the Google cache and I am still trying to find if there is anything libelous in that post. The only thing potentially libelous is a quote that the blogger provided from wikipedia. It is fair to say that he was not making the accusation directly but was quoting directly from an outside source.

    I know, it is easy for me to make these points than for the blogger who was served a legal notice from one of the largest media houses of India. However, it does make me feel that the media organization seems to have behaved extremely touchy if they have indeed threatened the original blogger. The self righteousness that their anchors so frequently show on the shows seems such a farce right now!

  • Ankan

    I read the original post in the Google cache and I am still trying to find if there is anything libelous in that post. The only thing potentially libelous is a quote that the blogger provided from wikipedia. It is fair to say that he was not making the accusation directly but was quoting directly from an outside source.

    I know, it is easy for me to make these points than for the blogger who was served a legal notice from one of the largest media houses of India. However, it does make me feel that the media organization seems to have behaved extremely touchy if they have indeed threatened the original blogger. The self righteousness that their anchors so frequently show on the shows seems such a farce right now!

  • Ankan

    I read the original post in the Google cache and I am still trying to find if there is anything libelous in that post. The only thing potentially libelous is a quote that the blogger provided from wikipedia. It is fair to say that he was not making the accusation directly but was quoting directly from an outside source.

    I know, it is easy for me to make these points than for the blogger who was served a legal notice from one of the largest media houses of India. However, it does make me feel that the media organization seems to have behaved extremely touchy if they have indeed threatened the original blogger. The self righteousness that their anchors so frequently show on the shows seems such a farce right now!

  • Ankan

    I read the original post in the Google cache and I am still trying to find if there is anything libelous in that post. The only thing potentially libelous is a quote that the blogger provided from wikipedia. It is fair to say that he was not making the accusation directly but was quoting directly from an outside source.

    I know, it is easy for me to make these points than for the blogger who was served a legal notice from one of the largest media houses of India. However, it does make me feel that the media organization seems to have behaved extremely touchy if they have indeed threatened the original blogger. The self righteousness that their anchors so frequently show on the shows seems such a farce right now!

  • Ankan

    I read the original post in the Google cache and I am still trying to find if there is anything libelous in that post. The only thing potentially libelous is a quote that the blogger provided from wikipedia. It is fair to say that he was not making the accusation directly but was quoting directly from an outside source.

    I know, it is easy for me to make these points than for the blogger who was served a legal notice from one of the largest media houses of India. However, it does make me feel that the media organization seems to have behaved extremely touchy if they have indeed threatened the original blogger. The self righteousness that their anchors so frequently show on the shows seems such a farce right now!

  • Ankan

    I read the original post in the Google cache and I am still trying to find if there is anything libelous in that post. The only thing potentially libelous is a quote that the blogger provided from wikipedia. It is fair to say that he was not making the accusation directly but was quoting directly from an outside source.

    I know, it is easy for me to make these points than for the blogger who was served a legal notice from one of the largest media houses of India. However, it does make me feel that the media organization seems to have behaved extremely touchy if they have indeed threatened the original blogger. The self righteousness that their anchors so frequently show on the shows seems such a farce right now!

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  • These NDTV guys are absolute idiots.

  • These NDTV guys are absolute idiots.

  • These NDTV guys are absolute idiots.

  • These NDTV guys are absolute idiots.

  • These NDTV guys are absolute idiots.

  • These NDTV guys are absolute idiots.

  • These NDTV guys are absolute idiots.

  • These NDTV guys are absolute idiots.

  • These NDTV guys are absolute idiots.

  • These NDTV guys are absolute idiots.

  • I think you are Mrs.Dutt friend..gud luck ..

  • I think you are Mrs.Dutt friend..gud luck ..

  • I think you are Mrs.Dutt friend..gud luck ..

  • I think you are Mrs.Dutt friend..gud luck ..

  • I think you are Mrs.Dutt friend..gud luck ..

  • I think you are Mrs.Dutt friend..gud luck ..

  • I think you are Mrs.Dutt friend..gud luck ..

  • I think you are Mrs.Dutt friend..gud luck ..

  • I think you are Mrs.Dutt friend..gud luck ..

  • I think you are Mrs.Dutt friend..gud luck ..

  • GREAT JOKE CALLED INDIAN MEDIA – CNN_IBN, NDTV types

    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2009/01/29/hindu-ho

  • GREAT JOKE CALLED INDIAN MEDIA – CNN_IBN, NDTV types

    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2009/01/29/hindu-ho

  • GREAT JOKE CALLED INDIAN MEDIA – CNN_IBN, NDTV types

    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2009/01/29/hindu-ho

  • GREAT JOKE CALLED INDIAN MEDIA – CNN_IBN, NDTV types

    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2009/01/29/hindu-ho

  • GREAT JOKE CALLED INDIAN MEDIA – CNN_IBN, NDTV types

    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2009/01/29/hindu-ho

  • GREAT JOKE CALLED INDIAN MEDIA – CNN_IBN, NDTV types

    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2009/01/29/hindu-ho

  • GREAT JOKE CALLED INDIAN MEDIA – CNN_IBN, NDTV types

    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2009/01/29/hindu-ho

  • GREAT JOKE CALLED INDIAN MEDIA – CNN_IBN, NDTV types

    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2009/01/29/hindu-ho

  • GREAT JOKE CALLED INDIAN MEDIA – CNN_IBN, NDTV types

    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2009/01/29/hindu-ho

  • GREAT JOKE CALLED INDIAN MEDIA – CNN_IBN, NDTV types

    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2009/01/29/hindu-ho

  • Now that the dust has settled down….

    “Power and Monopoly
    This is danger
    Until you have it..”

    Barksha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai and many of the english speaking journalists are the entities having misappropriate powers sadely they dont know how to control, they dont even know what exactly their purpose is..

    Are these guys government blackmailers, are these people the lawmakers of the country, are these people supposed to enlighten people, are these people politicos in making?? Galore…!!

    A duty of any kind of journalist is just to put up a news or an event in front of people without altering its meaning or without adding his or her own view in it..

    What do we see?

    “Nothing is evil
    nothing is bad
    If you get paid for it..”

    In India, journalists for some reasons believe that they have got an uncontrolled power to speak,write and say anything and everything..On top of it, commercial news channels are busy 'creating' news. Ok, I agree that this new found sector of news channels will take some time to mature, but how long do we have to wait?

    “One month passed by
    Mumbai moves on
    Perils of democracy…”

    What did we see on 26/11 attacks? The TV media became the eyes of terrorists..If it hadent for some brave men, a handful of terrorists actually managed to control the Indian commercial capital..why did it happen?

    Again, uncontrolled power…the media made a reality show out of it. I thank God that there were no sms competitions held like

    ' Which terrorist is the deadliest'
    1. Ajaml Kasab
    2. Lalu Yadav
    3. Amar Singh

    My dear blogger friends.

    We have got great responsibility on our hands, so many challenges lie ahead of us, we want to build an entire nation, we have to transform enslaved mentality people into confident and faithful, loyal citizens..Its a task we cant leave for politicos nor these journalists..

    Lets not get arrogant like those journos..We are bloggers, Its our space, we will use it for our good purpose and not for mongering around like TV channels…

    I hope we will ignore poor souls like Barkha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai, Sagarika Ghosh and all the news channels funded by western money..

    PS- All haiku are written by me,Dr Zen. If you want to copy it somewhere,just tell me, you wont need to pay me money, however, commercial use of haiku s prohibited unless you send me a hefty cheque. ;)_

    This comment is under creative commons, Haikus (c) Dr Zen.

  • Now that the dust has settled down….

    “Power and Monopoly
    This is danger
    Until you have it..”

    Barksha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai and many of the english speaking journalists are the entities having misappropriate powers sadely they dont know how to control, they dont even know what exactly their purpose is..

    Are these guys government blackmailers, are these people the lawmakers of the country, are these people supposed to enlighten people, are these people politicos in making?? Galore…!!

    A duty of any kind of journalist is just to put up a news or an event in front of people without altering its meaning or without adding his or her own view in it..

    What do we see?

    “Nothing is evil
    nothing is bad
    If you get paid for it..”

    In India, journalists for some reasons believe that they have got an uncontrolled power to speak,write and say anything and everything..On top of it, commercial news channels are busy 'creating' news. Ok, I agree that this new found sector of news channels will take some time to mature, but how long do we have to wait?

    “One month passed by
    Mumbai moves on
    Perils of democracy…”

    What did we see on 26/11 attacks? The TV media became the eyes of terrorists..If it hadent for some brave men, a handful of terrorists actually managed to control the Indian commercial capital..why did it happen?

    Again, uncontrolled power…the media made a reality show out of it. I thank God that there were no sms competitions held like

    ' Which terrorist is the deadliest'
    1. Ajaml Kasab
    2. Lalu Yadav
    3. Amar Singh

    My dear blogger friends.

    We have got great responsibility on our hands, so many challenges lie ahead of us, we want to build an entire nation, we have to transform enslaved mentality people into confident and faithful, loyal citizens..Its a task we cant leave for politicos nor these journalists..

    Lets not get arrogant like those journos..We are bloggers, Its our space, we will use it for our good purpose and not for mongering around like TV channels…

    I hope we will ignore poor souls like Barkha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai, Sagarika Ghosh and all the news channels funded by western money..

    PS- All haiku are written by me,Dr Zen. If you want to copy it somewhere,just tell me, you wont need to pay me money, however, commercial use of haiku s prohibited unless you send me a hefty cheque. ;)_

    This comment is under creative commons, Haikus (c) Dr Zen.

  • Now that the dust has settled down….

    “Power and Monopoly
    This is danger
    Until you have it..”

    Barksha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai and many of the english speaking journalists are the entities having misappropriate powers sadely they dont know how to control, they dont even know what exactly their purpose is..

    Are these guys government blackmailers, are these people the lawmakers of the country, are these people supposed to enlighten people, are these people politicos in making?? Galore…!!

    A duty of any kind of journalist is just to put up a news or an event in front of people without altering its meaning or without adding his or her own view in it..

    What do we see?

    “Nothing is evil
    nothing is bad
    If you get paid for it..”

    In India, journalists for some reasons believe that they have got an uncontrolled power to speak,write and say anything and everything..On top of it, commercial news channels are busy 'creating' news. Ok, I agree that this new found sector of news channels will take some time to mature, but how long do we have to wait?

    “One month passed by
    Mumbai moves on
    Perils of democracy…”

    What did we see on 26/11 attacks? The TV media became the eyes of terrorists..If it hadent for some brave men, a handful of terrorists actually managed to control the Indian commercial capital..why did it happen?

    Again, uncontrolled power…the media made a reality show out of it. I thank God that there were no sms competitions held like

    ' Which terrorist is the deadliest'
    1. Ajaml Kasab
    2. Lalu Yadav
    3. Amar Singh

    My dear blogger friends.

    We have got great responsibility on our hands, so many challenges lie ahead of us, we want to build an entire nation, we have to transform enslaved mentality people into confident and faithful, loyal citizens..Its a task we cant leave for politicos nor these journalists..

    Lets not get arrogant like those journos..We are bloggers, Its our space, we will use it for our good purpose and not for mongering around like TV channels…

    I hope we will ignore poor souls like Barkha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai, Sagarika Ghosh and all the news channels funded by western money..

    PS- All haiku are written by me,Dr Zen. If you want to copy it somewhere,just tell me, you wont need to pay me money, however, commercial use of haiku s prohibited unless you send me a hefty cheque. ;)_

    This comment is under creative commons, Haikus (c) Dr Zen.

  • Now that the dust has settled down….

    “Power and Monopoly
    This is danger
    Until you have it..”

    Barksha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai and many of the english speaking journalists are the entities having misappropriate powers sadely they dont know how to control, they dont even know what exactly their purpose is..

    Are these guys government blackmailers, are these people the lawmakers of the country, are these people supposed to enlighten people, are these people politicos in making?? Galore…!!

    A duty of any kind of journalist is just to put up a news or an event in front of people without altering its meaning or without adding his or her own view in it..

    What do we see?

    “Nothing is evil
    nothing is bad
    If you get paid for it..”

    In India, journalists for some reasons believe that they have got an uncontrolled power to speak,write and say anything and everything..On top of it, commercial news channels are busy 'creating' news. Ok, I agree that this new found sector of news channels will take some time to mature, but how long do we have to wait?

    “One month passed by
    Mumbai moves on
    Perils of democracy…”

    What did we see on 26/11 attacks? The TV media became the eyes of terrorists..If it hadent for some brave men, a handful of terrorists actually managed to control the Indian commercial capital..why did it happen?

    Again, uncontrolled power…the media made a reality show out of it. I thank God that there were no sms competitions held like

    ' Which terrorist is the deadliest'
    1. Ajaml Kasab
    2. Lalu Yadav
    3. Amar Singh

    My dear blogger friends.

    We have got great responsibility on our hands, so many challenges lie ahead of us, we want to build an entire nation, we have to transform enslaved mentality people into confident and faithful, loyal citizens..Its a task we cant leave for politicos nor these journalists..

    Lets not get arrogant like those journos..We are bloggers, Its our space, we will use it for our good purpose and not for mongering around like TV channels…

    I hope we will ignore poor souls like Barkha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai, Sagarika Ghosh and all the news channels funded by western money..

    PS- All haiku are written by me,Dr Zen. If you want to copy it somewhere,just tell me, you wont need to pay me money, however, commercial use of haiku s prohibited unless you send me a hefty cheque. ;)_

    This comment is under creative commons, Haikus (c) Dr Zen.

  • Now that the dust has settled down….

    “Power and Monopoly
    This is danger
    Until you have it..”

    Barksha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai and many of the english speaking journalists are the entities having misappropriate powers sadely they dont know how to control, they dont even know what exactly their purpose is..

    Are these guys government blackmailers, are these people the lawmakers of the country, are these people supposed to enlighten people, are these people politicos in making?? Galore…!!

    A duty of any kind of journalist is just to put up a news or an event in front of people without altering its meaning or without adding his or her own view in it..

    What do we see?

    “Nothing is evil
    nothing is bad
    If you get paid for it..”

    In India, journalists for some reasons believe that they have got an uncontrolled power to speak,write and say anything and everything..On top of it, commercial news channels are busy 'creating' news. Ok, I agree that this new found sector of news channels will take some time to mature, but how long do we have to wait?

    “One month passed by
    Mumbai moves on
    Perils of democracy…”

    What did we see on 26/11 attacks? The TV media became the eyes of terrorists..If it hadent for some brave men, a handful of terrorists actually managed to control the Indian commercial capital..why did it happen?

    Again, uncontrolled power…the media made a reality show out of it. I thank God that there were no sms competitions held like

    ' Which terrorist is the deadliest'
    1. Ajaml Kasab
    2. Lalu Yadav
    3. Amar Singh

    My dear blogger friends.

    We have got great responsibility on our hands, so many challenges lie ahead of us, we want to build an entire nation, we have to transform enslaved mentality people into confident and faithful, loyal citizens..Its a task we cant leave for politicos nor these journalists..

    Lets not get arrogant like those journos..We are bloggers, Its our space, we will use it for our good purpose and not for mongering around like TV channels…

    I hope we will ignore poor souls like Barkha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai, Sagarika Ghosh and all the news channels funded by western money..

    PS- All haiku are written by me,Dr Zen. If you want to copy it somewhere,just tell me, you wont need to pay me money, however, commercial use of haiku s prohibited unless you send me a hefty cheque. ;)_

    This comment is under creative commons, Haikus (c) Dr Zen.

  • Now that the dust has settled down….

    “Power and Monopoly
    This is danger
    Until you have it..”

    Barksha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai and many of the english speaking journalists are the entities having misappropriate powers sadely they dont know how to control, they dont even know what exactly their purpose is..

    Are these guys government blackmailers, are these people the lawmakers of the country, are these people supposed to enlighten people, are these people politicos in making?? Galore…!!

    A duty of any kind of journalist is just to put up a news or an event in front of people without altering its meaning or without adding his or her own view in it..

    What do we see?

    “Nothing is evil
    nothing is bad
    If you get paid for it..”

    In India, journalists for some reasons believe that they have got an uncontrolled power to speak,write and say anything and everything..On top of it, commercial news channels are busy 'creating' news. Ok, I agree that this new found sector of news channels will take some time to mature, but how long do we have to wait?

    “One month passed by
    Mumbai moves on
    Perils of democracy…”

    What did we see on 26/11 attacks? The TV media became the eyes of terrorists..If it hadent for some brave men, a handful of terrorists actually managed to control the Indian commercial capital..why did it happen?

    Again, uncontrolled power…the media made a reality show out of it. I thank God that there were no sms competitions held like

    ' Which terrorist is the deadliest'
    1. Ajaml Kasab
    2. Lalu Yadav
    3. Amar Singh

    My dear blogger friends.

    We have got great responsibility on our hands, so many challenges lie ahead of us, we want to build an entire nation, we have to transform enslaved mentality people into confident and faithful, loyal citizens..Its a task we cant leave for politicos nor these journalists..

    Lets not get arrogant like those journos..We are bloggers, Its our space, we will use it for our good purpose and not for mongering around like TV channels…

    I hope we will ignore poor souls like Barkha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai, Sagarika Ghosh and all the news channels funded by western money..

    PS- All haiku are written by me,Dr Zen. If you want to copy it somewhere,just tell me, you wont need to pay me money, however, commercial use of haiku s prohibited unless you send me a hefty cheque. ;)_

    This comment is under creative commons, Haikus (c) Dr Zen.

  • Now that the dust has settled down….

    “Power and Monopoly
    This is danger
    Until you have it..”

    Barksha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai and many of the english speaking journalists are the entities having misappropriate powers sadely they dont know how to control, they dont even know what exactly their purpose is..

    Are these guys government blackmailers, are these people the lawmakers of the country, are these people supposed to enlighten people, are these people politicos in making?? Galore…!!

    A duty of any kind of journalist is just to put up a news or an event in front of people without altering its meaning or without adding his or her own view in it..

    What do we see?

    “Nothing is evil
    nothing is bad
    If you get paid for it..”

    In India, journalists for some reasons believe that they have got an uncontrolled power to speak,write and say anything and everything..On top of it, commercial news channels are busy 'creating' news. Ok, I agree that this new found sector of news channels will take some time to mature, but how long do we have to wait?

    “One month passed by
    Mumbai moves on
    Perils of democracy…”

    What did we see on 26/11 attacks? The TV media became the eyes of terrorists..If it hadent for some brave men, a handful of terrorists actually managed to control the Indian commercial capital..why did it happen?

    Again, uncontrolled power…the media made a reality show out of it. I thank God that there were no sms competitions held like

    ' Which terrorist is the deadliest'
    1. Ajaml Kasab
    2. Lalu Yadav
    3. Amar Singh

    My dear blogger friends.

    We have got great responsibility on our hands, so many challenges lie ahead of us, we want to build an entire nation, we have to transform enslaved mentality people into confident and faithful, loyal citizens..Its a task we cant leave for politicos nor these journalists..

    Lets not get arrogant like those journos..We are bloggers, Its our space, we will use it for our good purpose and not for mongering around like TV channels…

    I hope we will ignore poor souls like Barkha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai, Sagarika Ghosh and all the news channels funded by western money..

    PS- All haiku are written by me,Dr Zen. If you want to copy it somewhere,just tell me, you wont need to pay me money, however, commercial use of haiku s prohibited unless you send me a hefty cheque. ;)_

    This comment is under creative commons, Haikus (c) Dr Zen.

  • Now that the dust has settled down….

    “Power and Monopoly
    This is danger
    Until you have it..”

    Barksha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai and many of the english speaking journalists are the entities having misappropriate powers sadely they dont know how to control, they dont even know what exactly their purpose is..

    Are these guys government blackmailers, are these people the lawmakers of the country, are these people supposed to enlighten people, are these people politicos in making?? Galore…!!

    A duty of any kind of journalist is just to put up a news or an event in front of people without altering its meaning or without adding his or her own view in it..

    What do we see?

    “Nothing is evil
    nothing is bad
    If you get paid for it..”

    In India, journalists for some reasons believe that they have got an uncontrolled power to speak,write and say anything and everything..On top of it, commercial news channels are busy 'creating' news. Ok, I agree that this new found sector of news channels will take some time to mature, but how long do we have to wait?

    “One month passed by
    Mumbai moves on
    Perils of democracy…”

    What did we see on 26/11 attacks? The TV media became the eyes of terrorists..If it hadent for some brave men, a handful of terrorists actually managed to control the Indian commercial capital..why did it happen?

    Again, uncontrolled power…the media made a reality show out of it. I thank God that there were no sms competitions held like

    ' Which terrorist is the deadliest'
    1. Ajaml Kasab
    2. Lalu Yadav
    3. Amar Singh

    My dear blogger friends.

    We have got great responsibility on our hands, so many challenges lie ahead of us, we want to build an entire nation, we have to transform enslaved mentality people into confident and faithful, loyal citizens..Its a task we cant leave for politicos nor these journalists..

    Lets not get arrogant like those journos..We are bloggers, Its our space, we will use it for our good purpose and not for mongering around like TV channels…

    I hope we will ignore poor souls like Barkha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai, Sagarika Ghosh and all the news channels funded by western money..

    PS- All haiku are written by me,Dr Zen. If you want to copy it somewhere,just tell me, you wont need to pay me money, however, commercial use of haiku s prohibited unless you send me a hefty cheque. ;)_

    This comment is under creative commons, Haikus (c) Dr Zen.

  • Now that the dust has settled down….

    “Power and Monopoly
    This is danger
    Until you have it..”

    Barksha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai and many of the english speaking journalists are the entities having misappropriate powers sadely they dont know how to control, they dont even know what exactly their purpose is..

    Are these guys government blackmailers, are these people the lawmakers of the country, are these people supposed to enlighten people, are these people politicos in making?? Galore…!!

    A duty of any kind of journalist is just to put up a news or an event in front of people without altering its meaning or without adding his or her own view in it..

    What do we see?

    “Nothing is evil
    nothing is bad
    If you get paid for it..”

    In India, journalists for some reasons believe that they have got an uncontrolled power to speak,write and say anything and everything..On top of it, commercial news channels are busy 'creating' news. Ok, I agree that this new found sector of news channels will take some time to mature, but how long do we have to wait?

    “One month passed by
    Mumbai moves on
    Perils of democracy…”

    What did we see on 26/11 attacks? The TV media became the eyes of terrorists..If it hadent for some brave men, a handful of terrorists actually managed to control the Indian commercial capital..why did it happen?

    Again, uncontrolled power…the media made a reality show out of it. I thank God that there were no sms competitions held like

    ' Which terrorist is the deadliest'
    1. Ajaml Kasab
    2. Lalu Yadav
    3. Amar Singh

    My dear blogger friends.

    We have got great responsibility on our hands, so many challenges lie ahead of us, we want to build an entire nation, we have to transform enslaved mentality people into confident and faithful, loyal citizens..Its a task we cant leave for politicos nor these journalists..

    Lets not get arrogant like those journos..We are bloggers, Its our space, we will use it for our good purpose and not for mongering around like TV channels…

    I hope we will ignore poor souls like Barkha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai, Sagarika Ghosh and all the news channels funded by western money..

    PS- All haiku are written by me,Dr Zen. If you want to copy it somewhere,just tell me, you wont need to pay me money, however, commercial use of haiku s prohibited unless you send me a hefty cheque. ;)_

    This comment is under creative commons, Haikus (c) Dr Zen.

  • Now that the dust has settled down….

    “Power and Monopoly
    This is danger
    Until you have it..”

    Barksha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai and many of the english speaking journalists are the entities having misappropriate powers sadely they dont know how to control, they dont even know what exactly their purpose is..

    Are these guys government blackmailers, are these people the lawmakers of the country, are these people supposed to enlighten people, are these people politicos in making?? Galore…!!

    A duty of any kind of journalist is just to put up a news or an event in front of people without altering its meaning or without adding his or her own view in it..

    What do we see?

    “Nothing is evil
    nothing is bad
    If you get paid for it..”

    In India, journalists for some reasons believe that they have got an uncontrolled power to speak,write and say anything and everything..On top of it, commercial news channels are busy 'creating' news. Ok, I agree that this new found sector of news channels will take some time to mature, but how long do we have to wait?

    “One month passed by
    Mumbai moves on
    Perils of democracy…”

    What did we see on 26/11 attacks? The TV media became the eyes of terrorists..If it hadent for some brave men, a handful of terrorists actually managed to control the Indian commercial capital..why did it happen?

    Again, uncontrolled power…the media made a reality show out of it. I thank God that there were no sms competitions held like

    ' Which terrorist is the deadliest'
    1. Ajaml Kasab
    2. Lalu Yadav
    3. Amar Singh

    My dear blogger friends.

    We have got great responsibility on our hands, so many challenges lie ahead of us, we want to build an entire nation, we have to transform enslaved mentality people into confident and faithful, loyal citizens..Its a task we cant leave for politicos nor these journalists..

    Lets not get arrogant like those journos..We are bloggers, Its our space, we will use it for our good purpose and not for mongering around like TV channels…

    I hope we will ignore poor souls like Barkha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai, Sagarika Ghosh and all the news channels funded by western money..

    PS- All haiku are written by me,Dr Zen. If you want to copy it somewhere,just tell me, you wont need to pay me money, however, commercial use of haiku s prohibited unless you send me a hefty cheque. ;)_

    This comment is under creative commons, Haikus (c) Dr Zen.

  • We fight for rights,
    We fight for peace,
    Dukkha gets unpersonified…

    Peace to this place. HariOm..

  • We fight for rights,
    We fight for peace,
    Dukkha gets unpersonified…

    Peace to this place. HariOm..

  • We fight for rights,
    We fight for peace,
    Dukkha gets unpersonified…

    Peace to this place. HariOm..

  • We fight for rights,
    We fight for peace,
    Dukkha gets unpersonified…

    Peace to this place. HariOm..

  • We fight for rights,
    We fight for peace,
    Dukkha gets unpersonified…

    Peace to this place. HariOm..

  • We fight for rights,
    We fight for peace,
    Dukkha gets unpersonified…

    Peace to this place. HariOm..

  • We fight for rights,
    We fight for peace,
    Dukkha gets unpersonified…

    Peace to this place. HariOm..

  • We fight for rights,
    We fight for peace,
    Dukkha gets unpersonified…

    Peace to this place. HariOm..

  • We fight for rights,
    We fight for peace,
    Dukkha gets unpersonified…

    Peace to this place. HariOm..

  • We fight for rights,
    We fight for peace,
    Dukkha gets unpersonified…

    Peace to this place. HariOm..

  • If this outpouring of sentiments against oppression of a blogger by the money might of NDTV has to have some lasting effect, Bloggers need to organize themselves into a “Collaborative Journal of Bloggers” and seek registration with Press Council of India as a “publication”. Then the members would be able to seek protective support from Press Council. Naavi of naavi.org

  • naavi

    If this outpouring of sentiments against oppression of a blogger by the money might of NDTV has to have some lasting effect, Bloggers need to organize themselves into a “Collaborative Journal of Bloggers” and seek registration with Press Council of India as a “publication”. Then the members would be able to seek protective support from Press Council. Naavi of naavi.org

  • naavi

    If this outpouring of sentiments against oppression of a blogger by the money might of NDTV has to have some lasting effect, Bloggers need to organize themselves into a “Collaborative Journal of Bloggers” and seek registration with Press Council of India as a “publication”. Then the members would be able to seek protective support from Press Council. Naavi of naavi.org

  • naavi

    If this outpouring of sentiments against oppression of a blogger by the money might of NDTV has to have some lasting effect, Bloggers need to organize themselves into a “Collaborative Journal of Bloggers” and seek registration with Press Council of India as a “publication”. Then the members would be able to seek protective support from Press Council. Naavi of naavi.org

  • naavi

    If this outpouring of sentiments against oppression of a blogger by the money might of NDTV has to have some lasting effect, Bloggers need to organize themselves into a “Collaborative Journal of Bloggers” and seek registration with Press Council of India as a “publication”. Then the members would be able to seek protective support from Press Council. Naavi of naavi.org

  • naavi

    If this outpouring of sentiments against oppression of a blogger by the money might of NDTV has to have some lasting effect, Bloggers need to organize themselves into a “Collaborative Journal of Bloggers” and seek registration with Press Council of India as a “publication”. Then the members would be able to seek protective support from Press Council. Naavi of naavi.org

  • naavi

    If this outpouring of sentiments against oppression of a blogger by the money might of NDTV has to have some lasting effect, Bloggers need to organize themselves into a “Collaborative Journal of Bloggers” and seek registration with Press Council of India as a “publication”. Then the members would be able to seek protective support from Press Council. Naavi of naavi.org

  • naavi

    If this outpouring of sentiments against oppression of a blogger by the money might of NDTV has to have some lasting effect, Bloggers need to organize themselves into a “Collaborative Journal of Bloggers” and seek registration with Press Council of India as a “publication”. Then the members would be able to seek protective support from Press Council. Naavi of naavi.org

  • naavi

    If this outpouring of sentiments against oppression of a blogger by the money might of NDTV has to have some lasting effect, Bloggers need to organize themselves into a “Collaborative Journal of Bloggers” and seek registration with Press Council of India as a “publication”. Then the members would be able to seek protective support from Press Council. Naavi of naavi.org

  • naavi

    If this outpouring of sentiments against oppression of a blogger by the money might of NDTV has to have some lasting effect, Bloggers need to organize themselves into a “Collaborative Journal of Bloggers” and seek registration with Press Council of India as a “publication”. Then the members would be able to seek protective support from Press Council. Naavi of naavi.org

  • naavi

    As per the Press Council of India powers, any individual may complain against the oppression of freedom of press against Central or State Government or any organization or person for interference with free functioning of the press or encroachment on the freedom of the press. Such complaints should contain full particulars of the alleged infringement whereupon the Council shall follow the procedure of inquiry set out herein above so far as may be.

    I think Mr Kunte's freedom of expression may be claimed as an oppression of freedom of press though there can be doubts about whether a “Blog” forms part of the “press”

    This is for general information.

    I have sought some clarifications from the Press Council of India about the incident and whether it comes under their jurisdiction. Those interested may separately seek similar clarification by writing to the secretary of PRess Council of India.

    The opinion expressed by the Council sub serves two useful purposes, namely (i) that any abuse of press freedom does not pass without anybody noticing it or raising a finger of protest, and (ii) that the press should not in its own interest indulge in scurrilous or other objectionable writings-writings such as have been considered below the level of recognized standards of journalistic ethics by a fair minded jury like the Council constituted of the press itself, for it would lead to the very loss of the much prized freedom of the press.

  • naavi

    As per the Press Council of India powers, any individual may complain against the oppression of freedom of press against Central or State Government or any organization or person for interference with free functioning of the press or encroachment on the freedom of the press. Such complaints should contain full particulars of the alleged infringement whereupon the Council shall follow the procedure of inquiry set out herein above so far as may be.

    I think Mr Kunte's freedom of expression may be claimed as an oppression of freedom of press though there can be doubts about whether a “Blog” forms part of the “press”

    This is for general information.

    I have sought some clarifications from the Press Council of India about the incident and whether it comes under their jurisdiction. Those interested may separately seek similar clarification by writing to the secretary of PRess Council of India.

    The opinion expressed by the Council sub serves two useful purposes, namely (i) that any abuse of press freedom does not pass without anybody noticing it or raising a finger of protest, and (ii) that the press should not in its own interest indulge in scurrilous or other objectionable writings-writings such as have been considered below the level of recognized standards of journalistic ethics by a fair minded jury like the Council constituted of the press itself, for it would lead to the very loss of the much prized freedom of the press.

  • naavi

    As per the Press Council of India powers, any individual may complain against the oppression of freedom of press against Central or State Government or any organization or person for interference with free functioning of the press or encroachment on the freedom of the press. Such complaints should contain full particulars of the alleged infringement whereupon the Council shall follow the procedure of inquiry set out herein above so far as may be.

    I think Mr Kunte's freedom of expression may be claimed as an oppression of freedom of press though there can be doubts about whether a “Blog” forms part of the “press”

    This is for general information.

    I have sought some clarifications from the Press Council of India about the incident and whether it comes under their jurisdiction. Those interested may separately seek similar clarification by writing to the secretary of PRess Council of India.

    The opinion expressed by the Council sub serves two useful purposes, namely (i) that any abuse of press freedom does not pass without anybody noticing it or raising a finger of protest, and (ii) that the press should not in its own interest indulge in scurrilous or other objectionable writings-writings such as have been considered below the level of recognized standards of journalistic ethics by a fair minded jury like the Council constituted of the press itself, for it would lead to the very loss of the much prized freedom of the press.

  • naavi

    As per the Press Council of India powers, any individual may complain against the oppression of freedom of press against Central or State Government or any organization or person for interference with free functioning of the press or encroachment on the freedom of the press. Such complaints should contain full particulars of the alleged infringement whereupon the Council shall follow the procedure of inquiry set out herein above so far as may be.

    I think Mr Kunte's freedom of expression may be claimed as an oppression of freedom of press though there can be doubts about whether a “Blog” forms part of the “press”

    This is for general information.

    I have sought some clarifications from the Press Council of India about the incident and whether it comes under their jurisdiction. Those interested may separately seek similar clarification by writing to the secretary of PRess Council of India.

    The opinion expressed by the Council sub serves two useful purposes, namely (i) that any abuse of press freedom does not pass without anybody noticing it or raising a finger of protest, and (ii) that the press should not in its own interest indulge in scurrilous or other objectionable writings-writings such as have been considered below the level of recognized standards of journalistic ethics by a fair minded jury like the Council constituted of the press itself, for it would lead to the very loss of the much prized freedom of the press.

  • naavi

    As per the Press Council of India powers, any individual may complain against the oppression of freedom of press against Central or State Government or any organization or person for interference with free functioning of the press or encroachment on the freedom of the press. Such complaints should contain full particulars of the alleged infringement whereupon the Council shall follow the procedure of inquiry set out herein above so far as may be.

    I think Mr Kunte's freedom of expression may be claimed as an oppression of freedom of press though there can be doubts about whether a “Blog” forms part of the “press”

    This is for general information.

    I have sought some clarifications from the Press Council of India about the incident and whether it comes under their jurisdiction. Those interested may separately seek similar clarification by writing to the secretary of PRess Council of India.

    The opinion expressed by the Council sub serves two useful purposes, namely (i) that any abuse of press freedom does not pass without anybody noticing it or raising a finger of protest, and (ii) that the press should not in its own interest indulge in scurrilous or other objectionable writings-writings such as have been considered below the level of recognized standards of journalistic ethics by a fair minded jury like the Council constituted of the press itself, for it would lead to the very loss of the much prized freedom of the press.

  • naavi

    As per the Press Council of India powers, any individual may complain against the oppression of freedom of press against Central or State Government or any organization or person for interference with free functioning of the press or encroachment on the freedom of the press. Such complaints should contain full particulars of the alleged infringement whereupon the Council shall follow the procedure of inquiry set out herein above so far as may be.

    I think Mr Kunte's freedom of expression may be claimed as an oppression of freedom of press though there can be doubts about whether a “Blog” forms part of the “press”

    This is for general information.

    I have sought some clarifications from the Press Council of India about the incident and whether it comes under their jurisdiction. Those interested may separately seek similar clarification by writing to the secretary of PRess Council of India.

    The opinion expressed by the Council sub serves two useful purposes, namely (i) that any abuse of press freedom does not pass without anybody noticing it or raising a finger of protest, and (ii) that the press should not in its own interest indulge in scurrilous or other objectionable writings-writings such as have been considered below the level of recognized standards of journalistic ethics by a fair minded jury like the Council constituted of the press itself, for it would lead to the very loss of the much prized freedom of the press.

  • naavi

    As per the Press Council of India powers, any individual may complain against the oppression of freedom of press against Central or State Government or any organization or person for interference with free functioning of the press or encroachment on the freedom of the press. Such complaints should contain full particulars of the alleged infringement whereupon the Council shall follow the procedure of inquiry set out herein above so far as may be.

    I think Mr Kunte's freedom of expression may be claimed as an oppression of freedom of press though there can be doubts about whether a “Blog” forms part of the “press”

    This is for general information.

    I have sought some clarifications from the Press Council of India about the incident and whether it comes under their jurisdiction. Those interested may separately seek similar clarification by writing to the secretary of PRess Council of India.

    The opinion expressed by the Council sub serves two useful purposes, namely (i) that any abuse of press freedom does not pass without anybody noticing it or raising a finger of protest, and (ii) that the press should not in its own interest indulge in scurrilous or other objectionable writings-writings such as have been considered below the level of recognized standards of journalistic ethics by a fair minded jury like the Council constituted of the press itself, for it would lead to the very loss of the much prized freedom of the press.

  • naavi

    As per the Press Council of India powers, any individual may complain against the oppression of freedom of press against Central or State Government or any organization or person for interference with free functioning of the press or encroachment on the freedom of the press. Such complaints should contain full particulars of the alleged infringement whereupon the Council shall follow the procedure of inquiry set out herein above so far as may be.

    I think Mr Kunte's freedom of expression may be claimed as an oppression of freedom of press though there can be doubts about whether a “Blog” forms part of the “press”

    This is for general information.

    I have sought some clarifications from the Press Council of India about the incident and whether it comes under their jurisdiction. Those interested may separately seek similar clarification by writing to the secretary of PRess Council of India.

    The opinion expressed by the Council sub serves two useful purposes, namely (i) that any abuse of press freedom does not pass without anybody noticing it or raising a finger of protest, and (ii) that the press should not in its own interest indulge in scurrilous or other objectionable writings-writings such as have been considered below the level of recognized standards of journalistic ethics by a fair minded jury like the Council constituted of the press itself, for it would lead to the very loss of the much prized freedom of the press.

  • naavi

    As per the Press Council of India powers, any individual may complain against the oppression of freedom of press against Central or State Government or any organization or person for interference with free functioning of the press or encroachment on the freedom of the press. Such complaints should contain full particulars of the alleged infringement whereupon the Council shall follow the procedure of inquiry set out herein above so far as may be.

    I think Mr Kunte's freedom of expression may be claimed as an oppression of freedom of press though there can be doubts about whether a “Blog” forms part of the “press”

    This is for general information.

    I have sought some clarifications from the Press Council of India about the incident and whether it comes under their jurisdiction. Those interested may separately seek similar clarification by writing to the secretary of PRess Council of India.

    The opinion expressed by the Council sub serves two useful purposes, namely (i) that any abuse of press freedom does not pass without anybody noticing it or raising a finger of protest, and (ii) that the press should not in its own interest indulge in scurrilous or other objectionable writings-writings such as have been considered below the level of recognized standards of journalistic ethics by a fair minded jury like the Council constituted of the press itself, for it would lead to the very loss of the much prized freedom of the press.

  • naavi

    As per the Press Council of India powers, any individual may complain against the oppression of freedom of press against Central or State Government or any organization or person for interference with free functioning of the press or encroachment on the freedom of the press. Such complaints should contain full particulars of the alleged infringement whereupon the Council shall follow the procedure of inquiry set out herein above so far as may be.

    I think Mr Kunte's freedom of expression may be claimed as an oppression of freedom of press though there can be doubts about whether a “Blog” forms part of the “press”

    This is for general information.

    I have sought some clarifications from the Press Council of India about the incident and whether it comes under their jurisdiction. Those interested may separately seek similar clarification by writing to the secretary of PRess Council of India.

    The opinion expressed by the Council sub serves two useful purposes, namely (i) that any abuse of press freedom does not pass without anybody noticing it or raising a finger of protest, and (ii) that the press should not in its own interest indulge in scurrilous or other objectionable writings-writings such as have been considered below the level of recognized standards of journalistic ethics by a fair minded jury like the Council constituted of the press itself, for it would lead to the very loss of the much prized freedom of the press.

  • I agree with what sanjukta has said, so much has been sritten based on an assumption.
    accturally we just post our opinion base on what we have thought. No one know what the truth opinion of the poeple above

  • I agree with what sanjukta has said, so much has been sritten based on an assumption.
    accturally we just post our opinion base on what we have thought. No one know what the truth opinion of the poeple above

  • I agree with what sanjukta has said, so much has been sritten based on an assumption.
    accturally we just post our opinion base on what we have thought. No one know what the truth opinion of the poeple above

  • I agree with what sanjukta has said, so much has been sritten based on an assumption.
    accturally we just post our opinion base on what we have thought. No one know what the truth opinion of the poeple above

  • I agree with what sanjukta has said, so much has been sritten based on an assumption.
    accturally we just post our opinion base on what we have thought. No one know what the truth opinion of the poeple above

  • I agree with what sanjukta has said, so much has been sritten based on an assumption.
    accturally we just post our opinion base on what we have thought. No one know what the truth opinion of the poeple above

  • I agree with what sanjukta has said, so much has been sritten based on an assumption.
    accturally we just post our opinion base on what we have thought. No one know what the truth opinion of the poeple above

  • I agree with what sanjukta has said, so much has been sritten based on an assumption.
    accturally we just post our opinion base on what we have thought. No one know what the truth opinion of the poeple above

  • I agree with what sanjukta has said, so much has been sritten based on an assumption.
    accturally we just post our opinion base on what we have thought. No one know what the truth opinion of the poeple above

  • I agree with what sanjukta has said, so much has been sritten based on an assumption.
    accturally we just post our opinion base on what we have thought. No one know what the truth opinion of the poeple above

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  • yeah i agree wid u shripriya..
    if people in media act like such spoil sport then imagine what freedom of speech means!!

    probably it has reservations too!! 😛

  • yeah i agree wid u shripriya..
    if people in media act like such spoil sport then imagine what freedom of speech means!!

    probably it has reservations too!! 😛

  • yeah i agree wid u shripriya..
    if people in media act like such spoil sport then imagine what freedom of speech means!!

    probably it has reservations too!! 😛

  • yeah i agree wid u shripriya..
    if people in media act like such spoil sport then imagine what freedom of speech means!!

    probably it has reservations too!! 😛

  • yeah i agree wid u shripriya..
    if people in media act like such spoil sport then imagine what freedom of speech means!!

    probably it has reservations too!! 😛

  • yeah i agree wid u shripriya..
    if people in media act like such spoil sport then imagine what freedom of speech means!!

    probably it has reservations too!! 😛

  • yeah i agree wid u shripriya..
    if people in media act like such spoil sport then imagine what freedom of speech means!!

    probably it has reservations too!! 😛

  • yeah i agree wid u shripriya..
    if people in media act like such spoil sport then imagine what freedom of speech means!!

    probably it has reservations too!! 😛

  • yeah i agree wid u shripriya..
    if people in media act like such spoil sport then imagine what freedom of speech means!!

    probably it has reservations too!! 😛

  • yeah i agree wid u shripriya..
    if people in media act like such spoil sport then imagine what freedom of speech means!!

    probably it has reservations too!! 😛

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  • Durga

    If you go to Haindava Keralam there is an article there on the Islamization of Kerala. This is a very interesting article which talks about the Maldive Islands sinking owing to rise in water levels etc. So the plan is to re settle the Muslim population in Kerala. Billions of dollars are being poured in to buy land there. At the end of this article a blogger provides info. on who funds the mainstream English media. Including NDTV. A must read.

  • Durga

    If you go to Haindava Keralam there is an article there on the Islamization of Kerala. This is a very interesting article which talks about the Maldive Islands sinking owing to rise in water levels etc. So the plan is to re settle the Muslim population in Kerala. Billions of dollars are being poured in to buy land there. At the end of this article a blogger provides info. on who funds the mainstream English media. Including NDTV. A must read.

  • Durga

    If you go to Haindava Keralam there is an article there on the Islamization of Kerala. This is a very interesting article which talks about the Maldive Islands sinking owing to rise in water levels etc. So the plan is to re settle the Muslim population in Kerala. Billions of dollars are being poured in to buy land there. At the end of this article a blogger provides info. on who funds the mainstream English media. Including NDTV. A must read.

  • Durga

    If you go to Haindava Keralam there is an article there on the Islamization of Kerala. This is a very interesting article which talks about the Maldive Islands sinking owing to rise in water levels etc. So the plan is to re settle the Muslim population in Kerala. Billions of dollars are being poured in to buy land there. At the end of this article a blogger provides info. on who funds the mainstream English media. Including NDTV. A must read.

  • Durga

    If you go to Haindava Keralam there is an article there on the Islamization of Kerala. This is a very interesting article which talks about the Maldive Islands sinking owing to rise in water levels etc. So the plan is to re settle the Muslim population in Kerala. Billions of dollars are being poured in to buy land there. At the end of this article a blogger provides info. on who funds the mainstream English media. Including NDTV. A must read.

  • Durga

    If you go to Haindava Keralam there is an article there on the Islamization of Kerala. This is a very interesting article which talks about the Maldive Islands sinking owing to rise in water levels etc. So the plan is to re settle the Muslim population in Kerala. Billions of dollars are being poured in to buy land there. At the end of this article a blogger provides info. on who funds the mainstream English media. Including NDTV. A must read.

  • Durga

    If you go to Haindava Keralam there is an article there on the Islamization of Kerala. This is a very interesting article which talks about the Maldive Islands sinking owing to rise in water levels etc. So the plan is to re settle the Muslim population in Kerala. Billions of dollars are being poured in to buy land there. At the end of this article a blogger provides info. on who funds the mainstream English media. Including NDTV. A must read.

  • Durga

    If you go to Haindava Keralam there is an article there on the Islamization of Kerala. This is a very interesting article which talks about the Maldive Islands sinking owing to rise in water levels etc. So the plan is to re settle the Muslim population in Kerala. Billions of dollars are being poured in to buy land there. At the end of this article a blogger provides info. on who funds the mainstream English media. Including NDTV. A must read.

  • Durga

    If you go to Haindava Keralam there is an article there on the Islamization of Kerala. This is a very interesting article which talks about the Maldive Islands sinking owing to rise in water levels etc. So the plan is to re settle the Muslim population in Kerala. Billions of dollars are being poured in to buy land there. At the end of this article a blogger provides info. on who funds the mainstream English media. Including NDTV. A must read.

  • Durga

    Correction, the article in Kerala Haindavam where the blogger provides info on a list of English media funded by foreign sources is :

    'For National Media's Attention: Kidnap of MLA's daughter -It's not Sri Ram Sena but Marxist Cadres'
    Feb.7,2009.

    According to this blogger NDTV is funded by Gospels of Charity in Spain. The blogger also reports that NDTV was the only Indian channel allowed by Musharaf in Pakistan.

  • Durga

    Correction, the article in Kerala Haindavam where the blogger provides info on a list of English media funded by foreign sources is :

    'For National Media's Attention: Kidnap of MLA's daughter -It's not Sri Ram Sena but Marxist Cadres'
    Feb.7,2009.

    According to this blogger NDTV is funded by Gospels of Charity in Spain. The blogger also reports that NDTV was the only Indian channel allowed by Musharaf in Pakistan.

  • Durga

    Correction, the article in Kerala Haindavam where the blogger provides info on a list of English media funded by foreign sources is :

    'For National Media's Attention: Kidnap of MLA's daughter -It's not Sri Ram Sena but Marxist Cadres'
    Feb.7,2009.

    According to this blogger NDTV is funded by Gospels of Charity in Spain. The blogger also reports that NDTV was the only Indian channel allowed by Musharaf in Pakistan.

  • Durga

    Correction, the article in Kerala Haindavam where the blogger provides info on a list of English media funded by foreign sources is :

    'For National Media's Attention: Kidnap of MLA's daughter -It's not Sri Ram Sena but Marxist Cadres'
    Feb.7,2009.

    According to this blogger NDTV is funded by Gospels of Charity in Spain. The blogger also reports that NDTV was the only Indian channel allowed by Musharaf in Pakistan.

  • Durga

    Correction, the article in Kerala Haindavam where the blogger provides info on a list of English media funded by foreign sources is :

    'For National Media's Attention: Kidnap of MLA's daughter -It's not Sri Ram Sena but Marxist Cadres'
    Feb.7,2009.

    According to this blogger NDTV is funded by Gospels of Charity in Spain. The blogger also reports that NDTV was the only Indian channel allowed by Musharaf in Pakistan.

  • Durga

    Correction, the article in Kerala Haindavam where the blogger provides info on a list of English media funded by foreign sources is :

    'For National Media's Attention: Kidnap of MLA's daughter -It's not Sri Ram Sena but Marxist Cadres'
    Feb.7,2009.

    According to this blogger NDTV is funded by Gospels of Charity in Spain. The blogger also reports that NDTV was the only Indian channel allowed by Musharaf in Pakistan.

  • Durga

    Correction, the article in Kerala Haindavam where the blogger provides info on a list of English media funded by foreign sources is :

    'For National Media's Attention: Kidnap of MLA's daughter -It's not Sri Ram Sena but Marxist Cadres'
    Feb.7,2009.

    According to this blogger NDTV is funded by Gospels of Charity in Spain. The blogger also reports that NDTV was the only Indian channel allowed by Musharaf in Pakistan.

  • Durga

    Correction, the article in Kerala Haindavam where the blogger provides info on a list of English media funded by foreign sources is :

    'For National Media's Attention: Kidnap of MLA's daughter -It's not Sri Ram Sena but Marxist Cadres'
    Feb.7,2009.

    According to this blogger NDTV is funded by Gospels of Charity in Spain. The blogger also reports that NDTV was the only Indian channel allowed by Musharaf in Pakistan.

  • Durga

    Correction, the article in Kerala Haindavam where the blogger provides info on a list of English media funded by foreign sources is :

    'For National Media's Attention: Kidnap of MLA's daughter -It's not Sri Ram Sena but Marxist Cadres'
    Feb.7,2009.

    According to this blogger NDTV is funded by Gospels of Charity in Spain. The blogger also reports that NDTV was the only Indian channel allowed by Musharaf in Pakistan.

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  • I wont be favoring any one over here. But as it is said, the world is selfish. One will follow what one thinks is rite…

  • Shipriya, Excellent article & an excellent debate!

    I have been a fan of NDTV, Prannoy & Barkha – but have been shocked by this treatment of Kunte! This is a David vs. Goliath situation! Might is right….

    I am waiting for Barkha Dutt to apologize but that is not going to happen…….. This is India …. where the ordinary people have no rights!

    BTW, Your trackbacks are as long as an arm!

  • Shipriya, Excellent article & an excellent debate!

    I have been a fan of NDTV, Prannoy & Barkha – but have been shocked by this treatment of Kunte! This is a David vs. Goliath situation! Might is right….

    I am waiting for Barkha Dutt to apologize but that is not going to happen…….. This is India …. where the ordinary people have no rights!

    BTW, Your trackbacks are as long as an arm!

  • Shipriya, Excellent article & an excellent debate!

    I have been a fan of NDTV, Prannoy & Barkha – but have been shocked by this treatment of Kunte! This is a David vs. Goliath situation! Might is right….

    I am waiting for Barkha Dutt to apologize but that is not going to happen…….. This is India …. where the ordinary people have no rights!

    BTW, Your trackbacks are as long as an arm!

  • Shipriya, Excellent article & an excellent debate!

    I have been a fan of NDTV, Prannoy & Barkha – but have been shocked by this treatment of Kunte! This is a David vs. Goliath situation! Might is right….

    I am waiting for Barkha Dutt to apologize but that is not going to happen…….. This is India …. where the ordinary people have no rights!

    BTW, Your trackbacks are as long as an arm!

  • Shipriya, Excellent article & an excellent debate!

    I have been a fan of NDTV, Prannoy & Barkha – but have been shocked by this treatment of Kunte! This is a David vs. Goliath situation! Might is right….

    I am waiting for Barkha Dutt to apologize but that is not going to happen…….. This is India …. where the ordinary people have no rights!

    BTW, Your trackbacks are as long as an arm!

  • Shipriya, Excellent article & an excellent debate!

    I have been a fan of NDTV, Prannoy & Barkha – but have been shocked by this treatment of Kunte! This is a David vs. Goliath situation! Might is right….

    I am waiting for Barkha Dutt to apologize but that is not going to happen…….. This is India …. where the ordinary people have no rights!

    BTW, Your trackbacks are as long as an arm!

  • Shipriya, Excellent article & an excellent debate!

    I have been a fan of NDTV, Prannoy & Barkha – but have been shocked by this treatment of Kunte! This is a David vs. Goliath situation! Might is right….

    I am waiting for Barkha Dutt to apologize but that is not going to happen…….. This is India …. where the ordinary people have no rights!

    BTW, Your trackbacks are as long as an arm!

  • Shipriya, Excellent article & an excellent debate!

    I have been a fan of NDTV, Prannoy & Barkha – but have been shocked by this treatment of Kunte! This is a David vs. Goliath situation! Might is right….

    I am waiting for Barkha Dutt to apologize but that is not going to happen…….. This is India …. where the ordinary people have no rights!

    BTW, Your trackbacks are as long as an arm!

  • Shipriya, Excellent article & an excellent debate!

    I have been a fan of NDTV, Prannoy & Barkha – but have been shocked by this treatment of Kunte! This is a David vs. Goliath situation! Might is right….

    I am waiting for Barkha Dutt to apologize but that is not going to happen…….. This is India …. where the ordinary people have no rights!

    BTW, Your trackbacks are as long as an arm!

  • shami

    We do not know how to protest. Let us all stop watching NDTV and stop buying the products from their sponsors. Also, we should write letters to these sponsors that we will not buy until they remove their AD from NDTV. Indians need to get their act together, but look at the comments on this guy's site (itgrunt.com) by all the Indians. They resort to same threatening acts. So key takeaway is that we need to act consitently and be united.

  • shami

    We do not know how to protest. Let us all stop watching NDTV and stop buying the products from their sponsors. Also, we should write letters to these sponsors that we will not buy until they remove their AD from NDTV. Indians need to get their act together, but look at the comments on this guy's site (itgrunt.com) by all the Indians. They resort to same threatening acts. So key takeaway is that we need to act consitently and be united.

  • shami

    We do not know how to protest. Let us all stop watching NDTV and stop buying the products from their sponsors. Also, we should write letters to these sponsors that we will not buy until they remove their AD from NDTV. Indians need to get their act together, but look at the comments on this guy's site (itgrunt.com) by all the Indians. They resort to same threatening acts. So key takeaway is that we need to act consitently and be united.

  • shami

    We do not know how to protest. Let us all stop watching NDTV and stop buying the products from their sponsors. Also, we should write letters to these sponsors that we will not buy until they remove their AD from NDTV. Indians need to get their act together, but look at the comments on this guy's site (itgrunt.com) by all the Indians. They resort to same threatening acts. So key takeaway is that we need to act consitently and be united.

  • shami

    We do not know how to protest. Let us all stop watching NDTV and stop buying the products from their sponsors. Also, we should write letters to these sponsors that we will not buy until they remove their AD from NDTV. Indians need to get their act together, but look at the comments on this guy's site (itgrunt.com) by all the Indians. They resort to same threatening acts. So key takeaway is that we need to act consitently and be united.

  • shami

    We do not know how to protest. Let us all stop watching NDTV and stop buying the products from their sponsors. Also, we should write letters to these sponsors that we will not buy until they remove their AD from NDTV. Indians need to get their act together, but look at the comments on this guy's site (itgrunt.com) by all the Indians. They resort to same threatening acts. So key takeaway is that we need to act consitently and be united.

  • shami

    We do not know how to protest. Let us all stop watching NDTV and stop buying the products from their sponsors. Also, we should write letters to these sponsors that we will not buy until they remove their AD from NDTV. Indians need to get their act together, but look at the comments on this guy's site (itgrunt.com) by all the Indians. They resort to same threatening acts. So key takeaway is that we need to act consitently and be united.

  • shami

    We do not know how to protest. Let us all stop watching NDTV and stop buying the products from their sponsors. Also, we should write letters to these sponsors that we will not buy until they remove their AD from NDTV. Indians need to get their act together, but look at the comments on this guy's site (itgrunt.com) by all the Indians. They resort to same threatening acts. So key takeaway is that we need to act consitently and be united.

  • shami

    We do not know how to protest. Let us all stop watching NDTV and stop buying the products from their sponsors. Also, we should write letters to these sponsors that we will not buy until they remove their AD from NDTV. Indians need to get their act together, but look at the comments on this guy's site (itgrunt.com) by all the Indians. They resort to same threatening acts. So key takeaway is that we need to act consitently and be united.

  • Ajeya Mehta

    Agree to what you've said – how do we help Chyetanya Kunte? Do e-mail me at hotmaleajayg@yahoo.com. Thanks! ajeya mehta

  • Ajeya Mehta

    Agree to what you've said – how do we help Chyetanya Kunte? Do e-mail me at hotmaleajayg@yahoo.com. Thanks! ajeya mehta

  • Ajeya Mehta

    Agree to what you've said – how do we help Chyetanya Kunte? Do e-mail me at hotmaleajayg@yahoo.com. Thanks! ajeya mehta

  • Ajeya Mehta

    Agree to what you've said – how do we help Chyetanya Kunte? Do e-mail me at hotmaleajayg@yahoo.com. Thanks! ajeya mehta

  • Ajeya Mehta

    Agree to what you've said – how do we help Chyetanya Kunte? Do e-mail me at hotmaleajayg@yahoo.com. Thanks! ajeya mehta

  • Ajeya Mehta

    Agree to what you've said – how do we help Chyetanya Kunte? Do e-mail me at hotmaleajayg@yahoo.com. Thanks! ajeya mehta

  • Ajeya Mehta

    Agree to what you've said – how do we help Chyetanya Kunte? Do e-mail me at hotmaleajayg@yahoo.com. Thanks! ajeya mehta

  • Ajeya Mehta

    Agree to what you've said – how do we help Chyetanya Kunte? Do e-mail me at hotmaleajayg@yahoo.com. Thanks! ajeya mehta

  • Ajeya Mehta

    Agree to what you've said – how do we help Chyetanya Kunte? Do e-mail me at hotmaleajayg@yahoo.com. Thanks! ajeya mehta

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  • arpita

    I'd like to approach barkha dutt as I've been sexually harrased in the organisation I've worked. I'm a school teacher at an international school in bangalore. my cell no: ———-

  • arpita

    I'd like to approach barkha dutt as I've been sexually harrased in the organisation I've worked. I'm a school teacher at an international school in bangalore.

  • arpita

    I'd like to approach barkha dutt as I've been sexually harrased in the organisation I've worked. I'm a school teacher at an international school in bangalore.

  • arpita

    I'd like to approach barkha dutt as I've been sexually harrased in the organisation I've worked. I'm a school teacher at an international school in bangalore.

  • arpita

    I'd like to approach barkha dutt as I've been sexually harrased in the organisation I've worked. I'm a school teacher at an international school in bangalore.

  • arpita

    I'd like to approach barkha dutt as I've been sexually harrased in the organisation I've worked. I'm a school teacher at an international school in bangalore.

  • arpita

    I'd like to approach barkha dutt as I've been sexually harrased in the organisation I've worked. I'm a school teacher at an international school in bangalore.

  • arpita

    I'd like to approach barkha dutt as I've been sexually harrased in the organisation I've worked. I'm a school teacher at an international school in bangalore.

  • arpita

    I'd like to approach barkha dutt as I've been sexually harrased in the organisation I've worked. I'm a school teacher at an international school in bangalore.

  • sooraj157

    Thanks for the link to the cache post. After reading the post, I was taken back that a lawsuit was filed to such a post that basically voiced ones opinion, besides the point on the Kargil event was referenced from wikipedia. NDTV wouldn't file a lawsuit against wikipedia, they wouldn't dare.
    Now it is clear, NEWS channels are scared of our little sanctuary where minds of different opinions reside. The word is spread. We have already started fighting back

    **I see that I am one of the last one to find this out. Damn my ignorance.

  • sooraj157

    Thanks for the link to the cache post. After reading the post, I was taken back that a lawsuit was filed to such a post that basically voiced ones opinion, besides the point on the Kargil event was referenced from wikipedia. NDTV wouldn't file a lawsuit against wikipedia, they wouldn't dare.
    Now it is clear, NEWS channels are scared of our little sanctuary where minds of different opinions reside. The word is spread. We have already started fighting back

    **I see that I am one of the last one to find this out. Damn my ignorance.

  • sooraj157

    Thanks for the link to the cache post. After reading the post, I was taken back that a lawsuit was filed to such a post that basically voiced ones opinion, besides the point on the Kargil event was referenced from wikipedia. NDTV wouldn't file a lawsuit against wikipedia, they wouldn't dare.
    Now it is clear, NEWS channels are scared of our little sanctuary where minds of different opinions reside. The word is spread. We have already started fighting back

    **I see that I am one of the last one to find this out. Damn my ignorance.

  • sooraj157

    Thanks for the link to the cache post. After reading the post, I was taken back that a lawsuit was filed to such a post that basically voiced ones opinion, besides the point on the Kargil event was referenced from wikipedia. NDTV wouldn't file a lawsuit against wikipedia, they wouldn't dare.
    Now it is clear, NEWS channels are scared of our little sanctuary where minds of different opinions reside. The word is spread. We have already started fighting back

    **I see that I am one of the last one to find this out. Damn my ignorance.

  • sooraj157

    Thanks for the link to the cache post. After reading the post, I was taken back that a lawsuit was filed to such a post that basically voiced ones opinion, besides the point on the Kargil event was referenced from wikipedia. NDTV wouldn't file a lawsuit against wikipedia, they wouldn't dare.
    Now it is clear, NEWS channels are scared of our little sanctuary where minds of different opinions reside. The word is spread. We have already started fighting back

    **I see that I am one of the last one to find this out. Damn my ignorance.

  • sooraj157

    Thanks for the link to the cache post. After reading the post, I was taken back that a lawsuit was filed to such a post that basically voiced ones opinion, besides the point on the Kargil event was referenced from wikipedia. NDTV wouldn't file a lawsuit against wikipedia, they wouldn't dare.
    Now it is clear, NEWS channels are scared of our little sanctuary where minds of different opinions reside. The word is spread. We have already started fighting back

    **I see that I am one of the last one to find this out. Damn my ignorance.

  • sooraj157

    Thanks for the link to the cache post. After reading the post, I was taken back that a lawsuit was filed to such a post that basically voiced ones opinion, besides the point on the Kargil event was referenced from wikipedia. NDTV wouldn't file a lawsuit against wikipedia, they wouldn't dare.
    Now it is clear, NEWS channels are scared of our little sanctuary where minds of different opinions reside. The word is spread. We have already started fighting back

    **I see that I am one of the last one to find this out. Damn my ignorance.

  • sooraj157

    Thanks for the link to the cache post. After reading the post, I was taken back that a lawsuit was filed to such a post that basically voiced ones opinion, besides the point on the Kargil event was referenced from wikipedia. NDTV wouldn't file a lawsuit against wikipedia, they wouldn't dare.
    Now it is clear, NEWS channels are scared of our little sanctuary where minds of different opinions reside. The word is spread. We have already started fighting back

    **I see that I am one of the last one to find this out. Damn my ignorance.

  • sooraj157

    Thanks for the link to the cache post. After reading the post, I was taken back that a lawsuit was filed to such a post that basically voiced ones opinion, besides the point on the Kargil event was referenced from wikipedia. NDTV wouldn't file a lawsuit against wikipedia, they wouldn't dare.
    Now it is clear, NEWS channels are scared of our little sanctuary where minds of different opinions reside. The word is spread. We have already started fighting back

    **I see that I am one of the last one to find this out. Damn my ignorance.

  • tiger

    dr zen,i did not know that indian bloggers can bulid a nation by calling respected journalists names.at least it seeems to me that you people are bent on destroying the democratic institutions of our country. have you people completely lost you collective senses.do you people even comprehend what you are supporting?do you want the emergency to return?with out a free press we would be at the mercy of the government andits cronies. the police would just arrest us and make us disappear.and none of your social media would be of any use as vast majority of the people donot read blogs.but why should you bother about it?you have your social media and noble reponsibility of building our nation which you do by destroying it first.but still i will tell you one thing,that because of pressure by the independent press,and not by social media and blogs,long running cases have reached their logical conclusions against all odds.call it media trial or anything else but because of that many deserving people have got justice.and you want to take it all that away?more over there was security concern during the operation why didnot the army use communication jammers? the army is just trying to find scapegoats for its lapses and you people are falling for it.being supportive your army is different from being blind supporters.the navy chief started accusing the press when his own job was at stake.cannot you people understand it.but then again
    you are not even listening to the reasonable arguments of bloggers like Sanjukta.so you bloggers are free to ignore my comments or call me names.
    and dear KiranP one advice about your accusations. pls check your facts first

  • tiger

    dr zen,i did not know that indian bloggers can bulid a nation by calling respected journalists names.at least it seeems to me that you people are bent on destroying the democratic institutions of our country. have you people completely lost you collective senses.do you people even comprehend what you are supporting?do you want the emergency to return?with out a free press we would be at the mercy of the government andits cronies. the police would just arrest us and make us disappear.and none of your social media would be of any use as vast majority of the people donot read blogs.but why should you bother about it?you have your social media and noble reponsibility of building our nation which you do by destroying it first.but still i will tell you one thing,that because of pressure by the independent press,and not by social media and blogs,long running cases have reached their logical conclusions against all odds.call it media trial or anything else but because of that many deserving people have got justice.and you want to take it all that away?more over there was security concern during the operation why didnot the army use communication jammers? the army is just trying to find scapegoats for its lapses and you people are falling for it.being supportive your army is different from being blind supporters.the navy chief started accusing the press when his own job was at stake.cannot you people understand it.but then again
    you are not even listening to the reasonable arguments of bloggers like Sanjukta.so you bloggers are free to ignore my comments or call me names.
    and dear KiranP one advice about your accusations. pls check your facts first

  • tiger

    dr zen,i did not know that indian bloggers can bulid a nation by calling respected journalists names.at least it seeems to me that you people are bent on destroying the democratic institutions of our country. have you people completely lost you collective senses.do you people even comprehend what you are supporting?do you want the emergency to return?with out a free press we would be at the mercy of the government andits cronies. the police would just arrest us and make us disappear.and none of your social media would be of any use as vast majority of the people donot read blogs.but why should you bother about it?you have your social media and noble reponsibility of building our nation which you do by destroying it first.but still i will tell you one thing,that because of pressure by the independent press,and not by social media and blogs,long running cases have reached their logical conclusions against all odds.call it media trial or anything else but because of that many deserving people have got justice.and you want to take it all that away?more over there was security concern during the operation why didnot the army use communication jammers? the army is just trying to find scapegoats for its lapses and you people are falling for it.being supportive your army is different from being blind supporters.the navy chief started accusing the press when his own job was at stake.cannot you people understand it.but then again
    you are not even listening to the reasonable arguments of bloggers like Sanjukta.so you bloggers are free to ignore my comments or call me names.
    and dear KiranP one advice about your accusations. pls check your facts first

  • tiger

    dr zen,i did not know that indian bloggers can bulid a nation by calling respected journalists names.at least it seeems to me that you people are bent on destroying the democratic institutions of our country. have you people completely lost you collective senses.do you people even comprehend what you are supporting?do you want the emergency to return?with out a free press we would be at the mercy of the government andits cronies. the police would just arrest us and make us disappear.and none of your social media would be of any use as vast majority of the people donot read blogs.but why should you bother about it?you have your social media and noble reponsibility of building our nation which you do by destroying it first.but still i will tell you one thing,that because of pressure by the independent press,and not by social media and blogs,long running cases have reached their logical conclusions against all odds.call it media trial or anything else but because of that many deserving people have got justice.and you want to take it all that away?more over there was security concern during the operation why didnot the army use communication jammers? the army is just trying to find scapegoats for its lapses and you people are falling for it.being supportive your army is different from being blind supporters.the navy chief started accusing the press when his own job was at stake.cannot you people understand it.but then again
    you are not even listening to the reasonable arguments of bloggers like Sanjukta.so you bloggers are free to ignore my comments or call me names.
    and dear KiranP one advice about your accusations. pls check your facts first

  • tiger

    dr zen,i did not know that indian bloggers can bulid a nation by calling respected journalists names.at least it seeems to me that you people are bent on destroying the democratic institutions of our country. have you people completely lost you collective senses.do you people even comprehend what you are supporting?do you want the emergency to return?with out a free press we would be at the mercy of the government andits cronies. the police would just arrest us and make us disappear.and none of your social media would be of any use as vast majority of the people donot read blogs.but why should you bother about it?you have your social media and noble reponsibility of building our nation which you do by destroying it first.but still i will tell you one thing,that because of pressure by the independent press,and not by social media and blogs,long running cases have reached their logical conclusions against all odds.call it media trial or anything else but because of that many deserving people have got justice.and you want to take it all that away?more over there was security concern during the operation why didnot the army use communication jammers? the army is just trying to find scapegoats for its lapses and you people are falling for it.being supportive your army is different from being blind supporters.the navy chief started accusing the press when his own job was at stake.cannot you people understand it.but then again
    you are not even listening to the reasonable arguments of bloggers like Sanjukta.so you bloggers are free to ignore my comments or call me names.
    and dear KiranP one advice about your accusations. pls check your facts first

  • tiger

    dr zen,i did not know that indian bloggers can bulid a nation by calling respected journalists names.at least it seeems to me that you people are bent on destroying the democratic institutions of our country. have you people completely lost you collective senses.do you people even comprehend what you are supporting?do you want the emergency to return?with out a free press we would be at the mercy of the government andits cronies. the police would just arrest us and make us disappear.and none of your social media would be of any use as vast majority of the people donot read blogs.but why should you bother about it?you have your social media and noble reponsibility of building our nation which you do by destroying it first.but still i will tell you one thing,that because of pressure by the independent press,and not by social media and blogs,long running cases have reached their logical conclusions against all odds.call it media trial or anything else but because of that many deserving people have got justice.and you want to take it all that away?more over there was security concern during the operation why didnot the army use communication jammers? the army is just trying to find scapegoats for its lapses and you people are falling for it.being supportive your army is different from being blind supporters.the navy chief started accusing the press when his own job was at stake.cannot you people understand it.but then again
    you are not even listening to the reasonable arguments of bloggers like Sanjukta.so you bloggers are free to ignore my comments or call me names.
    and dear KiranP one advice about your accusations. pls check your facts first

  • tiger

    dr zen,i did not know that indian bloggers can bulid a nation by calling respected journalists names.at least it seeems to me that you people are bent on destroying the democratic institutions of our country. have you people completely lost you collective senses.do you people even comprehend what you are supporting?do you want the emergency to return?with out a free press we would be at the mercy of the government andits cronies. the police would just arrest us and make us disappear.and none of your social media would be of any use as vast majority of the people donot read blogs.but why should you bother about it?you have your social media and noble reponsibility of building our nation which you do by destroying it first.but still i will tell you one thing,that because of pressure by the independent press,and not by social media and blogs,long running cases have reached their logical conclusions against all odds.call it media trial or anything else but because of that many deserving people have got justice.and you want to take it all that away?more over there was security concern during the operation why didnot the army use communication jammers? the army is just trying to find scapegoats for its lapses and you people are falling for it.being supportive your army is different from being blind supporters.the navy chief started accusing the press when his own job was at stake.cannot you people understand it.but then again
    you are not even listening to the reasonable arguments of bloggers like Sanjukta.so you bloggers are free to ignore my comments or call me names.
    and dear KiranP one advice about your accusations. pls check your facts first

  • tiger

    dr zen,i did not know that indian bloggers can bulid a nation by calling respected journalists names.at least it seeems to me that you people are bent on destroying the democratic institutions of our country. have you people completely lost you collective senses.do you people even comprehend what you are supporting?do you want the emergency to return?with out a free press we would be at the mercy of the government andits cronies. the police would just arrest us and make us disappear.and none of your social media would be of any use as vast majority of the people donot read blogs.but why should you bother about it?you have your social media and noble reponsibility of building our nation which you do by destroying it first.but still i will tell you one thing,that because of pressure by the independent press,and not by social media and blogs,long running cases have reached their logical conclusions against all odds.call it media trial or anything else but because of that many deserving people have got justice.and you want to take it all that away?more over there was security concern during the operation why didnot the army use communication jammers? the army is just trying to find scapegoats for its lapses and you people are falling for it.being supportive your army is different from being blind supporters.the navy chief started accusing the press when his own job was at stake.cannot you people understand it.but then again
    you are not even listening to the reasonable arguments of bloggers like Sanjukta.so you bloggers are free to ignore my comments or call me names.
    and dear KiranP one advice about your accusations. pls check your facts first

  • tiger

    dr zen,i did not know that indian bloggers can bulid a nation by calling respected journalists names.at least it seeems to me that you people are bent on destroying the democratic institutions of our country. have you people completely lost you collective senses.do you people even comprehend what you are supporting?do you want the emergency to return?with out a free press we would be at the mercy of the government andits cronies. the police would just arrest us and make us disappear.and none of your social media would be of any use as vast majority of the people donot read blogs.but why should you bother about it?you have your social media and noble reponsibility of building our nation which you do by destroying it first.but still i will tell you one thing,that because of pressure by the independent press,and not by social media and blogs,long running cases have reached their logical conclusions against all odds.call it media trial or anything else but because of that many deserving people have got justice.and you want to take it all that away?more over there was security concern during the operation why didnot the army use communication jammers? the army is just trying to find scapegoats for its lapses and you people are falling for it.being supportive your army is different from being blind supporters.the navy chief started accusing the press when his own job was at stake.cannot you people understand it.but then again
    you are not even listening to the reasonable arguments of bloggers like Sanjukta.so you bloggers are free to ignore my comments or call me names.
    and dear KiranP one advice about your accusations. pls check your facts first

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  • Babu A Gidla

    I fully agree with your view. While NDTV and its journalist are fighting this issue as a case of irresponsible writing in blog space and personal attack on a journalist, at least some of the comments suggest that some blog writers are driven by special interests. The guise of 'freedom of speech' is at best opportunistic. If blog sphere is used as an enabler of this kind of activity, then blogging, in my opinion has limited audience and future. By the way, I do not support NDTV, in fact I am shocked at the speed at which they acted. NDTV can afford to be more tolerant. Do I also see a sense of fear in NDTV inferring from the way it acted, I mean the urgency and the might?

  • Babu A Gidla

    I fully agree with your view. While NDTV and its journalist are fighting this issue as a case of irresponsible writing in blog space and personal attack on a journalist, at least some of the comments suggest that some blog writers are driven by special interests. The guise of 'freedom of speech' is at best opportunistic. If blog sphere is used as an enabler of this kind of activity, then blogging, in my opinion has limited audience and future. By the way, I do not support NDTV, in fact I am shocked at the speed at which they acted. NDTV can afford to be more tolerant. Do I also see a sense of fear in NDTV inferring from the way it acted, I mean the urgency and the might?

  • Babu A Gidla

    I fully agree with your view. While NDTV and its journalist are fighting this issue as a case of irresponsible writing in blog space and personal attack on a journalist, at least some of the comments suggest that some blog writers are driven by special interests. The guise of 'freedom of speech' is at best opportunistic. If blog sphere is used as an enabler of this kind of activity, then blogging, in my opinion has limited audience and future. By the way, I do not support NDTV, in fact I am shocked at the speed at which they acted. NDTV can afford to be more tolerant. Do I also see a sense of fear in NDTV inferring from the way it acted, I mean the urgency and the might?

  • Babu A Gidla

    I fully agree with your view. While NDTV and its journalist are fighting this issue as a case of irresponsible writing in blog space and personal attack on a journalist, at least some of the comments suggest that some blog writers are driven by special interests. The guise of 'freedom of speech' is at best opportunistic. If blog sphere is used as an enabler of this kind of activity, then blogging, in my opinion has limited audience and future. By the way, I do not support NDTV, in fact I am shocked at the speed at which they acted. NDTV can afford to be more tolerant. Do I also see a sense of fear in NDTV inferring from the way it acted, I mean the urgency and the might?

  • Babu A Gidla

    I fully agree with your view. While NDTV and its journalist are fighting this issue as a case of irresponsible writing in blog space and personal attack on a journalist, at least some of the comments suggest that some blog writers are driven by special interests. The guise of 'freedom of speech' is at best opportunistic. If blog sphere is used as an enabler of this kind of activity, then blogging, in my opinion has limited audience and future. By the way, I do not support NDTV, in fact I am shocked at the speed at which they acted. NDTV can afford to be more tolerant. Do I also see a sense of fear in NDTV inferring from the way it acted, I mean the urgency and the might?

  • Babu A Gidla

    I fully agree with your view. While NDTV and its journalist are fighting this issue as a case of irresponsible writing in blog space and personal attack on a journalist, at least some of the comments suggest that some blog writers are driven by special interests. The guise of 'freedom of speech' is at best opportunistic. If blog sphere is used as an enabler of this kind of activity, then blogging, in my opinion has limited audience and future. By the way, I do not support NDTV, in fact I am shocked at the speed at which they acted. NDTV can afford to be more tolerant. Do I also see a sense of fear in NDTV inferring from the way it acted, I mean the urgency and the might?

  • Babu A Gidla

    I fully agree with your view. While NDTV and its journalist are fighting this issue as a case of irresponsible writing in blog space and personal attack on a journalist, at least some of the comments suggest that some blog writers are driven by special interests. The guise of 'freedom of speech' is at best opportunistic. If blog sphere is used as an enabler of this kind of activity, then blogging, in my opinion has limited audience and future. By the way, I do not support NDTV, in fact I am shocked at the speed at which they acted. NDTV can afford to be more tolerant. Do I also see a sense of fear in NDTV inferring from the way it acted, I mean the urgency and the might?

  • Babu A Gidla

    I fully agree with your view. While NDTV and its journalist are fighting this issue as a case of irresponsible writing in blog space and personal attack on a journalist, at least some of the comments suggest that some blog writers are driven by special interests. The guise of 'freedom of speech' is at best opportunistic. If blog sphere is used as an enabler of this kind of activity, then blogging, in my opinion has limited audience and future. By the way, I do not support NDTV, in fact I am shocked at the speed at which they acted. NDTV can afford to be more tolerant. Do I also see a sense of fear in NDTV inferring from the way it acted, I mean the urgency and the might?

  • Babu A Gidla

    I fully agree with your view. While NDTV and its journalist are fighting this issue as a case of irresponsible writing in blog space and personal attack on a journalist, at least some of the comments suggest that some blog writers are driven by special interests. The guise of 'freedom of speech' is at best opportunistic. If blog sphere is used as an enabler of this kind of activity, then blogging, in my opinion has limited audience and future. By the way, I do not support NDTV, in fact I am shocked at the speed at which they acted. NDTV can afford to be more tolerant. Do I also see a sense of fear in NDTV inferring from the way it acted, I mean the urgency and the might?

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  • mel

    You could have deleted the comment. You want it to stay so you can use it but want to disagree with it to be safe. The corporations have the desired effect already.

  • mel

    You could have deleted the comment. You want it to stay so you can use it but want to disagree with it to be safe. The corporations have the desired effect already.

  • mel

    You could have deleted the comment. You want it to stay so you can use it but want to disagree with it to be safe. The corporations have the desired effect already.

  • mel

    You could have deleted the comment. You want it to stay so you can use it but want to disagree with it to be safe. The corporations have the desired effect already.

  • mel

    You could have deleted the comment. You want it to stay so you can use it but want to disagree with it to be safe. The corporations have the desired effect already.

  • mel

    You could have deleted the comment. You want it to stay so you can use it but want to disagree with it to be safe. The corporations have the desired effect already.

  • mel

    You could have deleted the comment. You want it to stay so you can use it but want to disagree with it to be safe. The corporations have the desired effect already.

  • mel

    You could have deleted the comment. You want it to stay so you can use it but want to disagree with it to be safe. The corporations have the desired effect already.

  • mel

    You could have deleted the comment. You want it to stay so you can use it but want to disagree with it to be safe. The corporations have the desired effect already.

  • You clearly haven't been here before. I don't delete comments on my blog unless there is a personal attack against another commenter. Period. I've left comments with personal attacks on me stand on other posts. That's how I manage my blog.

    Don't ascribe motives when you have no clue what you are talking about. It means you won't be taken very seriously…

  • You clearly haven't been here before. I don't delete comments on my blog unless there is a personal attack against another commenter. Period. I've left comments with personal attacks on me stand on other posts. That's how I manage my blog.

    Don't ascribe motives when you have no clue what you are talking about. It means you won't be taken very seriously…

  • You clearly haven't been here before. I don't delete comments on my blog unless there is a personal attack against another commenter. Period. I've left comments with personal attacks on me stand on other posts. That's how I manage my blog.

    Don't ascribe motives when you have no clue what you are talking about. It means you won't be taken very seriously…

  • You clearly haven't been here before. I don't delete comments on my blog unless there is a personal attack against another commenter. Period. I've left comments with personal attacks on me stand on other posts. That's how I manage my blog.

    Don't ascribe motives when you have no clue what you are talking about. It means you won't be taken very seriously…

  • You clearly haven't been here before. I don't delete comments on my blog unless there is a personal attack against another commenter. Period. I've left comments with personal attacks on me stand on other posts. That's how I manage my blog.

    Don't ascribe motives when you have no clue what you are talking about. It means you won't be taken very seriously…

  • You clearly haven't been here before. I don't delete comments on my blog unless there is a personal attack against another commenter. Period. I've left comments with personal attacks on me stand on other posts. That's how I manage my blog.

    Don't ascribe motives when you have no clue what you are talking about. It means you won't be taken very seriously…

  • You clearly haven't been here before. I don't delete comments on my blog unless there is a personal attack against another commenter. Period. I've left comments with personal attacks on me stand on other posts. That's how I manage my blog.

    Don't ascribe motives when you have no clue what you are talking about. It means you won't be taken very seriously…

  • You clearly haven't been here before. I don't delete comments on my blog unless there is a personal attack against another commenter. Period. I've left comments with personal attacks on me stand on other posts. That's how I manage my blog.

    Don't ascribe motives when you have no clue what you are talking about. It means you won't be taken very seriously…

  • You clearly haven't been here before. I don't delete comments on my blog unless there is a personal attack against another commenter. Period. I've left comments with personal attacks on me stand on other posts. That's how I manage my blog.

    Don't ascribe motives when you have no clue what you are talking about. It means you won't be taken very seriously…

  • mel

    Yes, bloggers can use careful political wordings to communicate their dissatisfaction with the system with out going overboard and thus protect themselves to a certian degree. That way the problems pointed out by them would not be belittled because the writing was not terse.

  • mel

    Yes, bloggers can use careful political wordings to communicate their dissatisfaction with the system with out going overboard and thus protect themselves to a certian degree. That way the problems pointed out by them would not be belittled because the writing was not terse.

  • mel

    Yes, bloggers can use careful political wordings to communicate their dissatisfaction with the system with out going overboard and thus protect themselves to a certian degree. That way the problems pointed out by them would not be belittled because the writing was not terse.

  • mel

    Yes, bloggers can use careful political wordings to communicate their dissatisfaction with the system with out going overboard and thus protect themselves to a certian degree. That way the problems pointed out by them would not be belittled because the writing was not terse.

  • mel

    Yes, bloggers can use careful political wordings to communicate their dissatisfaction with the system with out going overboard and thus protect themselves to a certian degree. That way the problems pointed out by them would not be belittled because the writing was not terse.

  • mel

    Yes, bloggers can use careful political wordings to communicate their dissatisfaction with the system with out going overboard and thus protect themselves to a certian degree. That way the problems pointed out by them would not be belittled because the writing was not terse.

  • mel

    Yes, bloggers can use careful political wordings to communicate their dissatisfaction with the system with out going overboard and thus protect themselves to a certian degree. That way the problems pointed out by them would not be belittled because the writing was not terse.

  • mel

    Yes, bloggers can use careful political wordings to communicate their dissatisfaction with the system with out going overboard and thus protect themselves to a certian degree. That way the problems pointed out by them would not be belittled because the writing was not terse.

  • mel

    Yes, bloggers can use careful political wordings to communicate their dissatisfaction with the system with out going overboard and thus protect themselves to a certian degree. That way the problems pointed out by them would not be belittled because the writing was not terse.

  • Sam

    The dissent against news channels for airing random opinions and bawdy histrionics to sensationalize news had to find some vent. Unfortunately Kunte had to bear the burnt of writing what every common Indian felt after seeing the coverage of Mumbai Terrorist Attack Incident.

  • Sam

    The dissent against news channels for airing random opinions and bawdy histrionics to sensationalize news had to find some vent. Unfortunately Kunte had to bear the burnt of writing what every common Indian felt after seeing the coverage of Mumbai Terrorist Attack Incident.

  • Sam

    The dissent against news channels for airing random opinions and bawdy histrionics to sensationalize news had to find some vent. Unfortunately Kunte had to bear the burnt of writing what every common Indian felt after seeing the coverage of Mumbai Terrorist Attack Incident.

  • Sam

    The dissent against news channels for airing random opinions and bawdy histrionics to sensationalize news had to find some vent. Unfortunately Kunte had to bear the burnt of writing what every common Indian felt after seeing the coverage of Mumbai Terrorist Attack Incident.

  • Sam

    The dissent against news channels for airing random opinions and bawdy histrionics to sensationalize news had to find some vent. Unfortunately Kunte had to bear the burnt of writing what every common Indian felt after seeing the coverage of Mumbai Terrorist Attack Incident.

  • Sam

    The dissent against news channels for airing random opinions and bawdy histrionics to sensationalize news had to find some vent. Unfortunately Kunte had to bear the burnt of writing what every common Indian felt after seeing the coverage of Mumbai Terrorist Attack Incident.

  • Sam

    The dissent against news channels for airing random opinions and bawdy histrionics to sensationalize news had to find some vent. Unfortunately Kunte had to bear the burnt of writing what every common Indian felt after seeing the coverage of Mumbai Terrorist Attack Incident.

  • Sam

    The dissent against news channels for airing random opinions and bawdy histrionics to sensationalize news had to find some vent. Unfortunately Kunte had to bear the burnt of writing what every common Indian felt after seeing the coverage of Mumbai Terrorist Attack Incident.

  • Sam

    The dissent against news channels for airing random opinions and bawdy histrionics to sensationalize news had to find some vent. Unfortunately Kunte had to bear the burnt of writing what every common Indian felt after seeing the coverage of Mumbai Terrorist Attack Incident.

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  • Mukun

    She(Barka dutt) is a Irritating journalist.

  • Mukun

    She(Barka dutt) is a Irritating journalist.

  • Mukun

    She(Barka dutt) is a Irritating journalist.

  • Mukun

    She(Barka dutt) is a Irritating journalist.

  • Mukun

    She(Barka dutt) is a Irritating journalist.

  • Mukun

    She(Barka dutt) is a Irritating journalist.

  • Mukun

    She(Barka dutt) is a Irritating journalist.

  • Mukun

    She(Barka dutt) is a Irritating journalist.

  • Sonal G

    “Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?”

    And now criticism needs PROOF ??

  • Sonal G

    “Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?”

    And now criticism needs PROOF ??

  • Sonal G

    “Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?”

    And now criticism needs PROOF ??

  • Sonal G

    “Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?”

    And now criticism needs PROOF ??

  • Sonal G

    “Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?”

    And now criticism needs PROOF ??

  • Sonal G

    “Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?”

    And now criticism needs PROOF ??

  • Sonal G

    “Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?”

    And now criticism needs PROOF ??

  • Sonal G

    “Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?”

    And now criticism needs PROOF ??

  • Sonal G

    “Also isn't it Barkha Dutt's right to defend herself against what is being written about her, without any proof?”

    And now criticism needs PROOF ??

  • Sonal G

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  • Pooja

    kunte is NOT a poor soul as u depict!!
    People like us wish 2 see wats happenin in our country n denyin dat wud b violatin our right!! ppl like Barkha shud b appreciated 4 dere courage!! bein a woman in India makes her a target for criticism in this MALE SHOVINIST WORLD!! and ppl like u n dat kunte just love 2 sit n write stupid stuffs abt this lady!! SHAME ON U !! this lady has courage to question stupid pathetic netas while ppl like u wag there toughs n tail in front of these neta!!

  • Pooja

    kunte is NOT a poor soul as u depict!!
    People like us wish 2 see wats happenin in our country n denyin dat wud b violatin our right!! ppl like Barkha shud b appreciated 4 dere courage!! bein a woman in India makes her a target for criticism in this MALE SHOVINIST WORLD!! and ppl like u n dat kunte just love 2 sit n write stupid stuffs abt this lady!! SHAME ON U !! this lady has courage to question stupid pathetic netas while ppl like u wag there toughs n tail in front of these neta!!

  • Pooja

    kunte is NOT a poor soul as u depict!!
    People like us wish 2 see wats happenin in our country n denyin dat wud b violatin our right!! ppl like Barkha shud b appreciated 4 dere courage!! bein a woman in India makes her a target for criticism in this MALE SHOVINIST WORLD!! and ppl like u n dat kunte just love 2 sit n write stupid stuffs abt this lady!! SHAME ON U !! this lady has courage to question stupid pathetic netas while ppl like u wag there toughs n tail in front of these neta!!

  • Pooja

    kunte is NOT a poor soul as u depict!!
    People like us wish 2 see wats happenin in our country n denyin dat wud b violatin our right!! ppl like Barkha shud b appreciated 4 dere courage!! bein a woman in India makes her a target for criticism in this MALE SHOVINIST WORLD!! and ppl like u n dat kunte just love 2 sit n write stupid stuffs abt this lady!! SHAME ON U !! this lady has courage to question stupid pathetic netas while ppl like u wag there toughs n tail in front of these neta!!

  • Pooja

    kunte is NOT a poor soul as u depict!!
    People like us wish 2 see wats happenin in our country n denyin dat wud b violatin our right!! ppl like Barkha shud b appreciated 4 dere courage!! bein a woman in India makes her a target for criticism in this MALE SHOVINIST WORLD!! and ppl like u n dat kunte just love 2 sit n write stupid stuffs abt this lady!! SHAME ON U !! this lady has courage to question stupid pathetic netas while ppl like u wag there toughs n tail in front of these neta!!

  • Pooja

    kunte is NOT a poor soul as u depict!!
    People like us wish 2 see wats happenin in our country n denyin dat wud b violatin our right!! ppl like Barkha shud b appreciated 4 dere courage!! bein a woman in India makes her a target for criticism in this MALE SHOVINIST WORLD!! and ppl like u n dat kunte just love 2 sit n write stupid stuffs abt this lady!! SHAME ON U !! this lady has courage to question stupid pathetic netas while ppl like u wag there toughs n tail in front of these neta!!

  • Pooja

    kunte is NOT a poor soul as u depict!!
    People like us wish 2 see wats happenin in our country n denyin dat wud b violatin our right!! ppl like Barkha shud b appreciated 4 dere courage!! bein a woman in India makes her a target for criticism in this MALE SHOVINIST WORLD!! and ppl like u n dat kunte just love 2 sit n write stupid stuffs abt this lady!! SHAME ON U !! this lady has courage to question stupid pathetic netas while ppl like u wag there toughs n tail in front of these neta!!

  • Pooja

    kunte is NOT a poor soul as u depict!!
    People like us wish 2 see wats happenin in our country n denyin dat wud b violatin our right!! ppl like Barkha shud b appreciated 4 dere courage!! bein a woman in India makes her a target for criticism in this MALE SHOVINIST WORLD!! and ppl like u n dat kunte just love 2 sit n write stupid stuffs abt this lady!! SHAME ON U !! this lady has courage to question stupid pathetic netas while ppl like u wag there toughs n tail in front of these neta!!

  • Pooja

    kunte is NOT a poor soul as u depict!!
    People like us wish 2 see wats happenin in our country n denyin dat wud b violatin our right!! ppl like Barkha shud b appreciated 4 dere courage!! bein a woman in India makes her a target for criticism in this MALE SHOVINIST WORLD!! and ppl like u n dat kunte just love 2 sit n write stupid stuffs abt this lady!! SHAME ON U !! this lady has courage to question stupid pathetic netas while ppl like u wag there toughs n tail in front of these neta!!

  • Shashank N Swamy

    Hi,
    You have put this as best as it can be. Congrats! I have a request for you. I have made a video about the issue of Barkha and NDTV being biased and dishonest journalists. I want to display the link of your blog on the video. I request your permission to do so. Here is the video I have uploaded on youtube.
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    >
    Please let me know if I have your consent .
    Thank you
    Shashank N Swamy
    shashank.n.swamy@gmail.com

  • Shashank N Swamy

    Hi,
    You have put this as best as it can be. Congrats! I have a request for you. I have made a video about the issue of Barkha and NDTV being biased and dishonest journalists. I want to display the link of your blog on the video. I request your permission to do so. Here is the video I have uploaded on youtube.
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    >
    Please let me know if I have your consent .
    Thank you
    Shashank N Swamy
    shashank.n.swamy@gmail.com

  • Shashank N Swamy

    Hi,
    You have put this as best as it can be. Congrats! I have a request for you. I have made a video about the issue of Barkha and NDTV being biased and dishonest journalists. I want to display the link of your blog on the video. I request your permission to do so. Here is the video I have uploaded on youtube.
    <

    >
    Please let me know if I have your consent .
    Thank you
    Shashank N Swamy
    shashank.n.swamy@gmail.com

  • Shashank N Swamy

    Hi,
    You have put this as best as it can be. Congrats! I have a request for you. I have made a video about the issue of Barkha and NDTV being biased and dishonest journalists. I want to disp