Not only students of journalism and media, but also schoolchildren can be taught how certain terms which they have seen only in their civics textbooks have been used throughout Maharashtra’s current political events.
India seems to lack an agreed-upon philosophical framework for media or a sense of duty within media to try to rid itself of external influences. There is no widely accepted definition of the role of a journalist and the conduct of freedom of speech.
Many editors, particularly of the vernacular press, flouted censorship
regulations to keep the nation informed of the freedom movement. Newspapers published in Indian
languages played an indispensable role in strengthening popular sentiment.
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