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Role of Newspapers in India

  • Date Submitted: 04/25/2013 10:48 PM
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A newspaper is a periodical publication containing news regarding current events, informative articles, diverse features, editorials, and advertising. Each newspaper or journal tries to establish its identity and win the loyalty of its readers through a combination of words, pictures, cartoons, presentation techniques, distinctive comments and exclusive news stories. Almost every newspaper lives on criticism and exposure of those who abuse their authority, misuse their powers and resort to corruption in various ways. Newspapers also contain public grievances and reflect public opinion.
Newspapers have become an essential part of modern life. Especially in India, newspapers are considered more credible and reliable by many people. Even though the electronic media in India have developed so well over the last decade, most of the people still rely on newspapers for truth. The modern man starts his day by reading over the news with a cup of tea. Equally unimaginable is a morning without the daily newspaper for some people. It is because newspapers are seen everywhere. They are printed and published in each and every language known to us, which helps in better interpretation of the message. Newspapers are called ‘THE MIRRORS OF THE WORLD’. They reflect and report the trends and happening from all parts of the world. Usually, they cover every aspects of life- national, international, local, social, political, cultural etc. Besides, newspapers also add to the knowledge of the readers by informing them about the new discoveries, inventions and products. The magazine selections of newspapers provide a colorful bouquet of information and entertainment. They design in a complete picture of our day-to-day life. This is why from the all powerful presidents, prime ministers and CEOs to the unemployed youth and job seekers, all begin their day by reading the dailies.
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