India’s media is under siege, but what will it take for the public to care?

Despite the importance of a free press, the idea of it, or its absence, does not stir the electorate.

ByKalpana Sharma
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India’s media is under siege, but what will it take for the public to care?
Shambhavi Thakur
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Complaining about the media is easy and often justified. But hey, it’s the model that’s flawed.

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