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Markandey Katju has termed the journalists as berefit of knowledge and with hardly any knowledge of Literature or philosophy. Your comments

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Asked by sumita bhadrachaudhari, 06 Nov '11 11:39 am
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Markandey Katju has always believed in making populistic statements
and such comments show him in a poor light. The cream of the intelligentia are working as journalists and the basic requirement is a PG in English or the vernacular language the publication is in alongwith a diploma from a Top Institute in Journalism...there are rare cases where this diploma is waived ...only when the person is excellent in reporting or feature writing.
So how he could make such an indignified statement at all is surprising.
Answered by prasoon, 07 Nov '11 05:30 pm

 
  
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Everyone is free to hold their opinion in democracy.
Answered by Dharmarajan, 06 Nov '11 11:43 am

 
  
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Yes u can see all r not well educated and well versed in that field ,those who can go to any part of the worl and bring the news even if it is half true they r entertained
Answered by krish, 06 Nov '11 01:26 pm

 
  
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