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National Media Centre: How Media Itself Is Playing dirty

Last updated: October 7 2012
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  • National Media Centre: How Media Itself Is Playing dirty

    All of us wake up daily and read newspapers. How would you feel when some of the people who lecture you on morality and say that the government is corrupt ?

    That is what is happening National Media Centre in Gurgaon. A very senior journalist at Tribune newspaper is going from office to office spreading lies about people leaving peacefully in this beautiful colony.

    He is joined by an ex journalist who used to read news in insignificant TV channels and both of them have one thing in common, they have enough free time, considering that less and less people read the Tribune now !

    Why would people read a newspaper when one of their senior editors was thrown out of National Media Centre along with this ex journalist.

    Nowadays, both of them are hanging outside the CM's office and the office of the registrar hoping to make some money by fooling government officials and harassing retired people in National Media Centre.

    The land in the NMC was given free to DLF for Metro for obvious reasons by these 2 men and now these senior journalists were thrown out last year by the General body of the society.

    Government officials should tell senior editors in Tribune to stay out of their offices and concentrate on media stories.

    Corrupt media so why blame politicians !
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