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Is the Indian media as corrupt as its government?

  • NDTV most corrupt

    Rubbish kumar and Burkha dhutt are shamelessly exposing themselves if you them carefully. Everyone knows khongress leaders and their relatives run this channel. So please try not to be fooled by these corrupt people. They are always so biased that they can't even listen any arguments against khongress. That's all!

  • Just Creating Hype

    Of course. Everyone knows it is corrupt. But is anyone doing anything? Our media just hypes everything. A famous celebrity gets a cut on his finger and the Indian media reaches there in a jiffy. But who cares about what are the happenings in the real local India. This media just shows us biased and fake stuff. One of the main reasons our country is not able to grow is our country's media. We should be able to censor the media so that some, maybe, religiously sensitive matters going on don't reach everyone which will eventually lead to another religious riot or something. This media should be under control. It has become almost as corrupt as the government or politicians.

  • Keeping journalism as wall to squeeze money from many ways.

    I have found all the journalists who are working for press and media are purely corrupted and are threatening police public as well as public servants for their survival at a large stake.Each one of them are being full-time on search for earning money from anti social elements as well as public and public service community.

  • Indian media is corrupt

    When i saw news some time i realise that they talk only one side.I not sure but i think indian media corrupt... They always talk one type of truth someone check media i think supreme court do some think about india media and there corruption supreme court only control there corruption...

  • Modia not Media

    Whatever Modi or Bedi is doing, is shown throughout day. But no NEWS channel dare to show deeds or speeches carried by Kejriwal. It is obvious who is charging our media with the money. Even all Newspapers are seem to be hijacked by Mr. ????. Thanks modia sorry media for misguiding the nation.

  • Modia not Media

    Whatever Modi or Bedi is doing, is shown throughout day. But no NEWS channel dare to show deeds or speeches carried by Kejriwal. It is obvious who is charging our media with the money. Even all Newspapers are seem to be hijacked by Mr. ????. Thanks modia sorry media for misguiding the nation.

  • Corrupt Indian Media

    Whatever Kiran Bedi or BJP is doing, is shown throughout day whether they are going for pee or poo. But no channel showed the rally carried by Kejriwal. Everyone knows who is charging them with money. Even all newspapers seems to be hijacked by Mr. M??I. Thanks to misguide our country.

  • Indian media is most corrupt

    Indian media is most corrupt. What they are doing right now is they are trying to damage image of Aam Aadmi Party. I don't know on whose instruction they are doing. It is completely visible to everyone that they are trying hard to damage image of Aam Aadmi Party from very long time. In last Delhi election they completly boycotted AAP. But still AAP won 28 seats. In General election they damaged image of AAP. Now they are again trying same thing. How they get Vinod Kumar Binny immediately? Shame really shame.

  • Times of India and Hindu

    These guys newspapers have let down people.

    It's true that even High court judges and police inspectors are corrupt. This will really cause as pain if it directly affects one. Otherwise people are not bothered. But Media being corrupt is even worse.

    We need to support not for profit newspapers.

  • Yes but that isn't saying much

    Yes the Indian media is as corrupt as its government. However what government and what media aren't corrupt? Stating that is not saying much. You could say the same in the US or any other country. Corruption in entertainment and government is rampant throughout the world and does not appear to be changing.

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