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Do newspapers help in giving justice?

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Asked by lokesh raut, 27 Apr '08 11:56 pm
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Yes, newspapers are an instrument to report, influence changes and wipe out the seeds of corruption in the society. For instance, recently, the Times of India did a heroic job by reporting and pursuing the case of civic run Bhabha Hospital which had turned away a pregnant woman in labor during the civic doctors strike in Mumbai. As a result, the poor woman had given birth in a taxi. Times of India reported the ills of the public health system and demanded action on those responsible for the callous attitude. The additional municipal commissioner had said that the hospital had 15 other deliveries on that day and it was a misinformation. Times of India investigated the case and found out that only 2 deliveries had actually taken place. It reported the case again and the additional municipal commissioner then suspended the doctor concerned and directed an inquiry against the three nurses involved in the incident.
Answered by arunraj vs, 27 Apr '08 11:58 pm

 
  
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Answered by YASIN MAMDANI, 14 May '08 06:37 pm

 
  
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