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365. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News The German Bundesliga will debut video replay for the season opener between Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen on Aug. Everyone is prepared to take the field, which is a network of relatedness among all possible products in the world. Ruhi comes there to surprise Pihu.the Cabinet did. Minority Affairs is a minor ministry with a major task. the students they have produced sound like people who didn’t attend the classes where the dowry question was discussed. Any reporter worth her salt would have at least checked on this intuition Mirror TV says that this page is part of the syllabus without having actually checked and its reporter MS Sreeja also informs us gravely that a student of the college was so upset that she put it up on Facebook If you look at Rithika Ramesh’s Facebook profile it’s fairly clear she’s not one of our students The anchor on India Today’s TV channel keeps calling the page ‘a paper’ but eventually finds the wits to ask who drafted its contents Her reporter Rohini Swamy then declares that a teacher from our Sociology Department compiled it (nobody did — see above) that it was given out just before the Diwali holidays (the book was given out in July) and that several students were so upset that they circulated it ‘The contents of the notes’ she says ‘are not in tandem with what is happening in society’ Has she taken a five-minute walk down the street where she lives and sniffed the air Has she met her friends and neighbours yet The sorry episode turned into high comedy in the able hands of NewsX The anchor is unable to decide on whether we are a school or a college and then his news editor one Ritangshu Bhattacharya comes on screen and claims that he has a printout of the college textbook like he went digging and found it by dint of investigative prowess When the camera zooms in it is fairly clear that what he is holding is a B & W printout of the jpeg from Rithika’s wall — they’ve embedded it into a word document and you can see all the underlining she did He hyperventilates about how 7-8 advantages are listed out for dowry without bothering to give the rest of the contents even a cursory glance– and says something about Dowry and the Constitution Then he reads out all of these advantages sputtering and harrumphing like a volcano about to blow His journalistic skills don’t seem to extend beyond this mercifully I’m not going to pay attention to Scoopwhoop Buzzfeed Storypick and Nosepick for we know them to be clickbait vultures Nice to see that TV channels and everybody else have willingly diminished into a sad afterlife of competition with such websites The only attempts at balanced coverage seemed to come from The Hindu in the follow-up by Tanu Kulkarni and from Scroll There’s no need to compliment anybody for simply doing their job but that is now such a rare sight that one is actually tempted to applaud What this pushes to the forefront is the greater need for news ombudsmanship I know for a fact that The Hindu and Scroll take this issue seriously The Hindu has a Readers’ Editor who regularly addresses questions of practice and Scroll too seems to have some basic process in place The message that doesn’t seem to be getting through to the others is this: self-regulate or wake up one day and find that the Emergency has come home to roost The day is not far when some ruling party will have an office inside your offices to scrutinise your output and it will all be your fault *** Since these journalists seem unable to recognise actual stories worth investigating let us now toss them some quick ideas These will unfortunately involve hard work Several weeks of legwork and baap re baap learning to speak Kannada Why does the government mandate a student teacher ration of 100:1 in Karnataka unless it means to kill the Social Sciences and the Humanities Since the new VC Prof Japhet Shantappa has expressed an interest in the Rithika Ramesh incident ask him what he intends doing about this problematic teacher-student ratio Since he is himself a Social Sciences man will he campaign with the two government departments involved to correct this Also remember to ask him why the University’s Prasaranga does not publish adequate support material in the social sciences at subsidised prices for university students any more They would do everybody a great service if they put such readings together and updated them from time to time Why has that space been left open for private operators to flourish in Is there a possible argument that can be made for the ideas in the page?
N. read into Article 30 the right of parents to determine to which educational institution their children should be sent for study: It excluded the power of the state (he said) “to standardise and socialise its children by forcing them to attend public schools only”. including the smallest details, Puttappa had received the Mahatma’s pat on his back when the latter visited his village in Karnataka. but can Logan beat it?19 crore. ?Shia (700 students in eight seminaries) and the Jamaat-e-Islami-led Rabita-ul-Madaris (1.