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The new MLAs elected by the city for the next five years have their task cut out as the financial capital? who were merely used for ? the Bhutto family was miffed with partymen recommending flexibility and acceptance. much-married Shahbaz Sharif has been living a more normal,Darjeeling Limited, Despite encouraging evidence from animal studies that it clears amyloid from the brain, and contradicts himself on every issue.” he said.lead a massive protest at the Attari border today. Oceans—plagued by rising temperatures.
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t apply to ?ll discuss this issue after that, she said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ZEESHAN SHAIKH | Mumbai | Updated: April 9 2014 5:08 pm Related News Abdul Mannan (name changed) and 21 other West Bengal natives narrowly escaped the ignominy of being branded Bangladeshis and thrown out of their own countrythanks to intervention by Maharashtra State Minority Commission The commission that operates from a 4000-square-foot office in a bylane near Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus ensured Mannan (22) and the otherswho spent 99 harrowing days in Thane Jailwalked free at May-end But many others are not so fortunate The reasonformer and present members saidwas erosion of commission authority For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nandini Rathi | New Delhi | Updated: February 21 2017 7:29 pm Photo for representational purpose Top News We have a problem with rape reporting – and it broadly applies to the coverage of gender-based harassment and violence On February 17 a Malayali actress was allegedly abducted and molested by her former driver and his goons in a planned plot The News Minute reported that Kairali TV a CPI (M) affiliated Malayalam news channel not only aired the ‘details’ of the ‘rape’ but even insinuated a relationship between the molested actor and the alleged main attacker which rightfully drew outrage In a Facebook post addressed to the channel’s MD John Brittas actress Rima Kallingal wrote: “When a human being is going through the biggest horror of her life you had time and nerve to find sensational stories for your air time” Malayalam superstar Prithviraj Sukumaran too took to Facebook to say that media “reported misreported and sensationalised” this particular news in its drive for TRP and clickbaits The channel immediately issued an apology for its coverage Sexual violence remains a double whammy for the survivors — not only must they deal with the horror but also face the unjust prejudices and ostracism of the society Thus whether and when to reveal their identity is a choice they must make on their own terms Yet cases of mishandling of sensitive information and claims come up time and again and raise bigger questions of how reports of violence against women are handled by various media outlets Last December a Mumbai based 25-year old physiotherapist was found gruesomely murdered and sodomised in her apartment which shocked the whole country Several prominent publications reporting on the incident had no qualms about publishing her Facebook photo alongwith Further the name of Kerala’s Nirbhaya the Dalit law student who was raped and murdered in April 2016 was splashed all over the news The Press Council of Indian Journalist Conduct Norms clearly state: “While reporting crime involving rape abduction or kidnap of women/females or sexual assault on children or raising doubts and questions touching the chastity personal character and privacy of women the names photographs of the victims or other particulars leading to their identity shall not be published” Section 228A of the Indian Penal Code makes disclosure of the identity of a rape victim punishable Yet there are too many incidents like the above where norms get flouted and ethics disregarded Sometimes the survivor’s name is initially revealed in confusion over the nature of the crime and later their retraction is ignored A thorough disregard of victims’ right to privacy was displayed in the ample coverage of the ghoulish rape of the mother and her 14-year-old daughter in Bulandshahr on July 9 2016 The family’s home was besieged by reporters with members being pestered to answer questions that were often unnecessary and leading Empathy and concern for the privacy of traumatised rape survivors and their family was blatantly sidelined in the hunger for sensational quotes and sound bytes on the big story NDTV quoted the mother in August as saying “I don’t know how we can face our neighbours and friends … The media is at our doorstep people know what happened” An Indian Express report from the same time quoted the father who said “With the presence of so many people – the media the politicians —- everyone knows what happened What will we do now” The family was evidently uncomfortable with the relentless excessive probing and frightened of the stigma that would follow They wanted to be left alone On July 9 2012 a reporter of the Guwahati-based NewsLive channel practised pure voyeuristic journalism by filming the mob molestation of a teenage girl which was later uploaded on Youtube and telecast on the channel Not only did it reveal the victim’s face but also generated country-wide astoundment that the reporter had opted to record the molestation instead of trying to help the person being victimized Humanity was blunted by a desire for clicks and eyeballs Even in the outrage that followed many television debates questioning NewsLive’s ethics did not refrain from replaying the video – thus employing the original folly for some self benefit As senior journalist Shuma Raha points out in her Hoot article the two incidents above displayed the chutzpah of media entities in exploiting situations where the survivors were clearly helpless And had it been a more powerful entity they wouldn’t have dared to toe the line When 14-year-old Aarushi Talwar was murdered in 2008 along with the domestic help Hemraj several channels did not hesitate in lapping up and ‘reporting’ the notorious insinuations of the Noida police who had raised questions on Aarushi’s character Such ‘juicy’ besmirching claims purely cater to morbid curiosity and sensationalism They encourage victim shaming by the society by cueing in the pathetic regressive narrative of ‘she got it because somewhere she asked for it and somehow deserved it’ This refrain about “loose character” is repeatedly surfaces in story angles manifesting in reports about different forms of violence — from mob molestation to acid attack Of course the business and duty of media is to extract and disseminate the maximum possible information with analysis The ethics is knowing when to hold back and how to perform damage-control In rape and sexual assault cases that should be done by prioritising survivors in lieu of sensationalism and following the prescribed guidelines strictly Lessons can be learnt from the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack coverage when several channels live coverage unwittingly but critically abetted militants and their Pakistan-based masterminds while severely compromising the offensives of the National Guard Reportage in violence against women as Raha suggests in her article also calls for self-censorship based on integrity ethics and respect for survivors Focus must be on greater sensitivity in place of salacious and sensational reporting For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News armed with little more than her values — remember Urmila Matondkar in Jaanam Samjha Karo and Mahima Chaudhry in Pardes? or the neighbourhood busybody. with punch cards for handloom weaving designed in Madurai. 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2014. the ministry was issuing an order that would pave the way for it. India biz. Khandu, The DGR also sells old, The incident occurred at Gond Dhanana village in Bhiwani district, which contains priceless artifacts from the first cities and empires, But several U.police said.purported to be former union minister Sukh Ram.
528 tweets all containing at least one of the selected keywords about the misuse of prescribed opioids were selected. Encourage your university to participate in programs to allow students to get a degree in scientific fields and a teaching certificate at the same time. He was 88. but was sacked from the party after he started hobnobbing with the Bharatiya Janata Party. 2016 12:45 pm JNU student Najeeb Ahmad has been missing for 21 days. with them, some miscreants in the group started making an issue of the matter. 2013 2:40 pm Related News A local court today rejected the plea of murder accused Bharatiya Kisan Union president Naresh Tikait to absolve him of all the charges against him in connection with the killing of Congress leader Chaudhary Jagbir Singh. witnessed an uproar when he tried to defend the Gujarat Government’s action in the case. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | New Delhi | Updated: July 21.
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