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  • Lewd remarks, cutting grass for cattle, refusal to remove garbage, even dog walking- anything can lead to a communal clash in Uttar Pradesh these days. The fallout- a b e n e f i t f o r t h e B J P . The Uttar Pradesh government’s inaction over the communal tension, which simmered for days as the Hindutva brigade fanned it, has drawn fire from all sides. The trouble began on august 27 with the killing of three youths over the incident of harassment. But caught b e t w e e n p o l i t i c s a n d administration, the government failed to t a k e a n y measure to quell. Over 31 innocent lives were taken away b y t h e rioters. The l a t e s t violence in Muzaffarna gar began with a lewd remark at a girl. T h e q u e s t i o n that strikes many of our min d s is that why any small i n c i d e n t that takes place does is enough to ignite a major clash between the religions. Why it is happening in India itself? India is like a garden full of different flowers, the flowers representing JLUTEMPLE Media and Communication Bulletin March 2014 Issue-1 Vol-1 Communal Riots in Uttar Pradesh UNITED BY CHOICE, DEPARTED BY POLITICS Nabeela Hasan Trainee Reporter LEARNHERE LIVEHERE MUGHALIACHAP CAMPUS InsideStories:- Save Nature- ByAnkitaBisen.......Page.2 TheVoice- By NikitaKothari….Page.2 Alcoholic Habit- By AnannyaKatare........page.2 Photo Story……......Page.3 KuldipNayar- The Grand Old Lion Of IndianJournalism….Page.4 Media Trial - By Nikita Kothari……............Page.4 Comma Salutes Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar Prof. C. N. R. Rao giving, our living and growing together. People sitting on special chairs makethe smallissues look big in our eyes and relate it to our religious sentiments. Thus, we get provoked easily on this ground. Politics has no religion. It leaves behind only the bitter memories and the lifelong sufferings of their family members. The political leaders who were the masterminds are now nowhere to share their pain and sufferings. This goes on and on and will go on until and unless we startopeningour eyesandseeingth e truth behind this meanness. The discrimination of religions will never get out of our minds until and unless we change the pattern of thinking. The only solution to these kind of problems are that we should stop depending on the political parties and change our way of practically about everything. There are so many stories of unity that happened in India itself and in that same India we see these religion discriminations. No religion teaches us to brutally kill another community’s man just because he entered your sacred place or anything. We have to wake up the administration and make them realize their duty towards the country. Watching news and reading newspaper is no more interesting now because every day there is one rape case, one robbery case, accidents and communal violence. Watching this news and reading those makes us think about the most important element of every religion that is humanity. Have the people killed it or it has killed itself within the people. Where has our HUMANITYgone? “If you don’t build your dream, someone else will hire you to help them build theirs.” “If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” “The successful warrior is the average man, with laser-like focus.” “Suffering is the essence of Success!!!” “I will make such wonderful India, All Americans will stand in a queue for getting a Visa of India.” – “You cannot believe in God, until you believe in yourself”. – FAMOUS QUOTES Dhirubhai Ambani Mother Teresa Bruce Lee Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Narendra Modi Swami Vivekanand comma, School of Media & Communication gave a platform for its students to interact live with Police Personality; Shri Shailendra Singh Chauhan, SP Police Crime Branch, Bhopal who was invited to share his experiences regarding role of police, crime issues and related reporting of a crimescene. Dressed in a civil uniform and not in his official Wardi, he commented that he did not want to act like a Super-Man in some costume in front of students and he would rather prefer to look like his young audience. He began with an amusing tone saying that police has become famous because of the media from movies like Dabang, Singham, Rowdy Rathore where various angles of a policemen are shown but in reality hardly few of us have come across with a real policeperson. He gave examples of how police is famous by filmy dialogueslike- “Kaanoon Ke Haath Lambe Hote Hain Police Ki Na Dosti Acchi Na Dushmani PoliceApneBaap KiBhiNahi Hoti Hum Angrezon Ke Zamaane Ke JailerHain Police Chahne Pe Kuch Bhi Kar SaktiHai” Continuing with the real scenario of police today, he described that all policemen have come from the normal population and they give society exactly what the society has given to them. He justified saying that police constables sometimes take bribes or misbehave and are highly uneducated which is somewhere correlated. So even today, instead of technology, Hawaldaars are given a laathi for actionwhichserves no purpose. Mr. Chauhan spoke about sensitivity of cases as a matter of prime importance in police system and society. He stated that the drawback of Indian Police system is the fact that it is always “Accused Oriented” andnot“VictimOriented.”He where a meager lady threatened her kid that if he doesn’t take bath, she will handle him to the police. Reacting to this stupidity, Mr. Chauhan told the lady that if she had threatened her thief husband by the name of police, society would have beenbetter. He addressed issues like cyber crime and ways to catch hold of criminalsusinglatestequipments projecting the importance of technical awareness for police officials dealing with such cases. Mr. Chauhan requested t h e s t u d e n t s interested in crime reporting to get into action, make good contacts with police that will ultimately ake India a better country and will give their profession some esteem andcredit. connected this with crime reporting methods highlighting that all crime stories tell about crime and criminals because it’s a matter of conflict. But nobody bothers to write follow-ups on how victims have survived after the crime and how life has changed for them. Mr. Chauhan mentioned that police have a tough life; they have no fixed working hours and sometimes, even taking a lunch break is against their guidelines.Also on a common blame which they face- ‘Police Humesha Der Se Pahunchti Hai’, he gave a strong clarification that no police fellow is gifted enough to know prior to the crime that it is going to happen somewhere and that is why a policeperson reaches a scene post crimewhichis considerednormal. He gave remarks on how people scare their children by the name of police which is not acceptable for him. He quoted; “Aajkal Chor Police Se Nahi Darta, Shareef Aadmi Darta Hai. Masoom Bacchon Ko Police Ke Naam Se Daarate Hain Log.”Herecitedanincident A hassle-free talk with Add. SP Crime Branch, Bhopal Nikita Kothari Reporter Sant Asaram Bapu, one of the most prominent or now can be claimed as one of the most controversial preachers in Indian history. With over 400 major and minor ashrams in India and overseas sant Asaram has become a public figure in India with his claim of being master in karma yoga, bhakti yoga and gnana yoga. This is not the only thing which brought him up and made him w e l l k n o w n b u t a l s o t h e controversies that was arouse againsthimorbyhim. Asaram has been involved in several controversies related to land encroachment in Navsari district in Gujarat in 2000, where his fellows exceed the 10 acres given by the Gujarat government for satsang by 6 acres more of Bhairavi village. It created a conflict with the locals and a case was filed against him but soon the matter was resolved but similar case arose in 2001, in Madhya Pradesh where the satsang samiti failed to vacate the premises after the satsang, and continue to occupy a total of 40 ha (100 acres) of land, valuedatover700crores. Asaram again faced the criticism for the remarks that he made against the December 16, Delhi gang rape case. He claimed that the victim was as guilty as the ones who assaulted her. He is reported to have said: “Only five or six people are not the culprits. The victim is as guilty as her rapist. She should have called the culprits brothers and begged before them to stop. This could have saved her dignityandlife.Canonehandclap? I don't think so.” He also said he was against any harsh punishments against the ones who were accused for the rape case by stating that law can be misused. To support his point, he is said to have stated that, “Dowry law in India is the biggest example of law being misused.” His statement created a lot of turmoil and hurt a large section of society resulting large demonstrations against him.Again allegations arose against when in August 2013; Asaram was accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl at his ashram in Jodhpur on the pretext of exorcising her from evil spirits. Eventually, the Jodhpur police arrested him on September 1, 2013 from his ashram. He has dismissed the girl's allegations and said accusations were a conspiracy by therulingcongress party. His case has definitely divided the masses in a two sections one those who have blind faith in him and in his preaching while the others who consider him as a criminal who can only detdemon. eriorate the social values and will influence people in a worse way. For devotees he is a Sant or a guru or a saint but for others he is aDemon. Really a Sant or a Demon? Anuja Gurele Trainee Reporter Sant Asaram Bapu
  • VOICEpg2 March.2014 Let's Not Ruin,What is God-Gifted. r Hkkjr ekrk Hkze.kkFkZ x;ha Fkh] Ikzkr%dky ,d fnu ykSVrs gq,] jkLrs esa] fey xbZ Fkh og] nwj ls yxrh Fkh iqtkfju ikl ls ns[kk rks fudyh fHk[kkfjuA vthc :Ik cuk Fkk mldk mlds ru dh lkM+h vusd jaxks ds ukukfo/k diM+ks ls tksM+ xkaB dj cuh FkhA dgha dgha QVh FkhA dgha & dgha flykbZ VwV jgha Fkh vkSj lHkh dgha xanh FkhA fQj Hkh nwj ls jaxfcjaxh lkM+h ,d fn[krh FkhA mlds ru ls dgha jDr cg jgk vkSj dgha dSalj dk eokn fudy jgk FkkA dgha dksbZ maxyh gks jgh Fkh Vs<h dgha ls yVd x;k Fkk gkFk dgha pVdh Fkh ekWl is”kh dksbZ VwV jgha Fkh gM~Mh fQj Hkh og lh/ks [kM+h FkhA mlds ikl iqjkus QVs diM+ks dh ,d iksVyh Fkh ftls og cxy esa nck, vkSj lko/kkuh ls lgsts FkhA cPps iksVyh ns[kdj galrs mlds :Ik vkSj os”k ij rkfy;kW ctkrs mlds lkFk py jgs FksA mlds ikl fHk{kk dk ik= FkkA tks yxHkx [kkyh Fkk tc eSaus iwNk uke irk rks esjh vkSj ns[kdj vkW[k ls vkalw cgkdj /khjs ls crk;k ** Hkkjr ekrk ** eSaus iwNk mlds nq[k vkSj n”kk dk gky mlus eq>ls gh fd;k loky rqe D;k djrs gks esjs fy, fQj Lo;a mRrj fn;k dkslZ i<+krs gks osru ikrs gks [kkrs vkSj lksrs gks D;k bruk gh dkQh gS LokFkZ esa vU/ks Eksjs dqN csVs Ekq> ij rjg rjg ls Okkj djrs gS] vax Hkax djrs gS] dHkh Hkk'kk dHkh {ks= dHkh /keZ dHkh tkfr lc cgkus gSa eq>s rksM+us dsA esjs vax ygqyqgku gSa BkSj BkSj detksjh vk xbZ gSa dgha dksbZ maxyh Vs<+h gks jgha gSa dgha ls yVd x;k gS gkFk dgha pVdh gS ekalis”kh dksbZ VwV jgha gS gM~Mh fQj Hkh tSls rSls lh/kh [kM+h gwaA ;qxksa ;qxksa ls Kku ds iUus Oksnks iqjk.kksa “kkL=ksa eU=kas&rU=ksa ds :Ik esa lgssts laokjs gSa bl iksVyh esa ij vc ;s misf{kr gSa tSls eSa misf{kr gwa viuk /;ku lcdks gS] esjk dsoy dqN dks dqN rks esjs csVs brus cpdkus gSa fd bl Kku dh iksVyh dk e[kkSy mM+krs gSa bls >wB dk iqfyank HkkaMks] /kwrksZ vkSj fukkpjksa dh jpuk crkrs gSaA esjs bl ik= esa tks dqN vkrk gS esjs LokFkhZ vkSj yEiV csVs lc [kk tkrs gSa blfy, vf/kdka” Hkw[ks jg tkrs gSa vkSj ik= yxHkx [kkyh jgrk gSa ij vHkh esjh fgEer VwVh ugha gSa fo”okl fMxk ugha gSaA vius cgqr ls liwrksa ij eq>s Hkjkslk gSaA os esjs ?kkoksa dk bykt djok;saxs esjh ihM+k dks feVk;saxs eq>s VwVus ugha nsaxs ,d vkSj v[k.M jgsaaxs Eksjs Kku dk izdk”k fo”o Hkj esa QSyk,axs vkSj eq>s fQj ls “kfDr”kkyh Hkkjr ekrk cuk,saxsA bruk dgdj og py nh vkRe fo”okl fy, vkSj eSa ?kj dks pyh liuksa esa [kks;hA 'Alcohol is injurious to health.' It's a statement that passes by our eyes, in TV shows, commercials, movie screenings, mostly un-noticed. Ever thought about how and why it is recently, so much focused on? Because of the continuously increasing deaths & injurious health of people due to excessive alcohol consumption-Yes! But more over because of the much more growth of drinking habits; especially in the teensofoursociety. According a study, 95% people take their first alcohol unit from somebody else's money. Most of them drink to get rid of their tensions, some acquire it due to excessive depression, some due to o v e r w h e l m i n g e m o t i o n a l circumstances & a few drink just to stayintheloop,rathercallitpeer Alcohol Habits - A Growing Infatuation Among The YouthAnannya Katare, Trainee Reporter pressure. The Reasons differ from person to person, outcomes don't. No matter what got you addicted to alcohol, it is and will be harmful to your health. As per the government guidelines, per day 2 and 4 units for women and men respectively are genuine. Females are more at risk than males. It may sound sexist, but its authentic biology. Females have less body weight and less amount of water content in their body as compared to males. More than the above stated units consumption sooner or later leads to serious illness & diseases. Everybody knows its risk, still they can't let go of the habit. It's an addiction. And excess of 'any' thing, has a bad ending as we all know it. The short term effects are easily observed like hallucinations, bad memory etc are curable and are seenonpeoplewho do not drink frequently.While, the long term effects are difficult to cure, and impossible; once it's too late. It's not easy to drop out on something you have been on for so long. But at the same time, for your own sake, it's crucially essentialtonotgoofftheline. Yes, this is the time of your lives to live while you're young! To have the ultimate fun-To try everything for yourselves- To live life at its edge and make long-lasting memories. But if you're carelessly unaware of its results these memories would turn out to be nothing more than a bunch of regrets. After all, at the end, it's you alone to pay the price. Live your life to the heights, don't spend itrecklessly-it'sprecious! Hkkjr ,d izkphu jk"Vª gSA Hkkjr dk xkSjo iw.kZ bfrgkl jgk gSA lkFk gh Hkkjr ;qok jk"Vª Hkh gSA fo'o ds vU; ns'kks dh rqyuk esa Hkkjr dh ;qok tula[;k lokZf/kd gSa ,sls esa ;g vko';d gks tkrk gS fd bl ns'k ds ;qokvksa dk okLrfod izsj.kk L=ksr Hkh ogh gksxkA ftlusa uhan esa lks, Hkkjrh;ksa dks dgk fd ^^mBks] tkxks vkSj rc rd foJke u djks tc rd /;s; dh izkfIr ugh dj ysrs**A 'kk;n fdlh us LoIu es Hkh ;g dYiuk ugh dh gksxh fd dydRrk dh /kjrh ij Jh fo'oukFk nRr ds dqy esa ekrk Hkqous'ojh ds xHkZ ls 12 tuojh 1863 dks ftl ckyd dk tUe gqvk gS og vkus okys le; esa Hkkjr gh ugh vfirq iwjs fo'o ds fy, vkn'kZ cu tk,xkA okLro esa Lokeh foosdkuUn Hkkjr dh bl oSHko'kkyh lH;rk vkSj laLd`fr ds xkSjoe;h izrhd gSA vius xq: jked`".k ijegal ds ikjl Li'kZ ls ujsUnz ukFk nRr dks tks vk'khZokn izkIr gqvk] blh dkj.k os foosdkuUn ds :i esa fo'oiVy ij vorfjr gq, vkSj ekuork dks xkSjokfUor fd;kA 11 flrEcj 1893 dks f'kdkxks esa gqbZ fo'o loZ/keZ lHkk esa mUgksus Hkkjr dh lukru laLd`fr o Hkkjrh; vk/;kfRed n'kZu dh O;kidrk] fo'kkyrk o mnkjrk dk ,slk mn~?kks"k fd;kA fd if'pe ds yksx tks Hkkjr dks misf{kr n`f"V ls ns[krs Fks] ogh if'peh txr Hkkjr dks u, n`f"Vdks.k ls ns[kus ij foo'k gks x;kA bl fo'o loZ/keZ lHkk dh fo'ks"k ckr ;g Fkh fd bl lHkk dks lackasf/kr djus x, Lokeh foosdkuUn dh vk;q ek= 30 o"kZ dh Fkh os bl lHkk esa lcls de vk;q ds oDrk Fks] mUgksaus viuk lacks/ku csgn 'kkyhu ijarq vkstLoh <ax ls ^^fiz; HkkbZ;ks vkSj cguks** cksydj izkjEHk fd;kA abu 'kCnks dks lqudj ogk¡ ds yksx ea=eqX/k gks x, vkSj os fo'o lEesyu esa cgqr izHkko'kkyh oDrk ds :i esa mHkjs lkFk gh vesfjdk vkSj ;wjksi ds dbZ fo}ku muds vuq;k;h cu x,A vkt tc ns'k dbZ xaHkhj pqukSfr;ksa dk lkeuk dj jgk gks rks ,sls le; esa Lokeh foosdkuan ds fopkjks dh izklafxdrk vkSj Hkh c<+ tkrh gSA foosdkuan ds fopkjks esa mudk fo'o dY;k.k dk LoIu lkQrkSj ij fn[kkbZ nsrk gSA mudh iz[kj ns'kHkfDr vkSj oSf'od n`f"Vdks.k vkt Hkh gekjs fy, ekxZn'kZu gSA bl o"kZ ge Lokeh foosdkuan dh 150oha t;arh euk jgs gSaA ,sls esa muds fopkjks dh vf/kd xaHkhjrk ls le>us dh vko';drk gSA vkt tc ge vius ns'k esa vusd leL;k,¡ ns[krs gSaA tSls xjhch] vf'k{kk] lkekftd fo"kerk] Hkz"Vkpkj ,sls esa yxrk gS fd bu leL;kvksa dk lek/kku foosdkuan ds fopkj gh gks ldrs gSaA ns'k ds ;qok tc bl f'k{kk O;oLFkk dks nks"kh Bgjkrs gS fd blds dkj.k ge jk"Vª fparu ugh dj ik jgs gS ,sls esa ges ;g /;ku j[kuk gksxk fd foosdkuan Hkh blh ^^eSdkys** dh f'k{kk i)fr ls i<+s gq, Fks ftlds vkt ge vuq;k;h utj vkrs gSA ijarq mudh vkRe 'kfDr bruh izcy Fkh fd os ;g eku pqds Fks fd jk"Vª ds iquZfuekZ.k es gh thou dh lkFkZdrk gSA tc ge vkt ds Hkkjrh; ;qok dh ckr djsa rks og vkdka{kh rks cgqr gS yxrk gS tSls og iy Hkj eas nqfu;k dks thr ysuk pkgrk gS] ijarq ,d fujk'kk dk Hkko fn[krk gS og bl yksdra= dks dkslrk utj vkrk gSA ,slh fLFkfr esa foosdkuan dks ns'k ds ;qok viuk fj;y ^^;wFk vkbZdu** Lohdkj djasa rks lcls mRre gksxkA D;ksafd foosdkuan ds fopkj gh Hkkjr ds ;qok eu dks ÅtkZ ls ifjiw.kZ dj ldrs gSA fdlh us dgk gS ^^Hkkjr dks le>uk gS rks foosdkuan dks i<ks** Hkkjr dks vkxs c<+kus ds fy, mUgs le>uk vko';d gSA foosdkuan if'pe ds fojks/kh ugh Fks Li/kkZ;qDr HkkSfrd okrkoj.k ds i{k/kj ugh Fks og dgrs Fks fd Hkkjr dk v/;kRe vkSj if'pe dk foKku fey tk,sa rks fo'o dy;k.k fu%lansg lEHko gSA Lokeh foosdkuan ;qok 'kfDr ds izrhd gS ;qodks dks mUgksus 'kkfjjhd ,oa uSfrd :i ls 'kfDr'kkyh] vuq'kkflr o vkRe fuHkZj gksus dk lans'k fn;kA 'kksf"kr oxZ ds izfr mudk fo'ks"k yxko Fkk os izR;sd oxZ ls vkReh; laca/k eglwl djrs FksA vkt rd leLr ekuo tkfr esa tks Js"Bre~ O;fDr iSnk gq, gSA foosdkuan muesa 'kh"kZLFk FksA Lokeh foosdkuan dk 39 o"kZ dk y?kq thou Hkkjrh; vk/;kfRed n'kZd dh ÅtkZ] jk"Vª izse o ekuo ds dY;k.k dk o`g~n egkdkO; gSA jk"Vªiq:"k foosdkuUn Its deep darkness around, water replacing the ground Clouds fighting hard singing songs of thunder Then how can rains be beautiful, I wonder? Throwing beams of charges, smashing hard to emit light Then how can rains always be a delight? Sky all black with signals of threat being generated Then why are rains so desperately awaited? The way it comes you see, is tough May be its loved because it brings the season of love It paints the earth with a canvas of grace It's a symbol of prosperity, all worthy to praise It brings green. it fills blue It gets along freshness like the grass with dew It makes you remember people, makes you sing and dance It makes you feel better, gives you a sweet chance to romance It makes you think about the people you love, It simply takes away all your pain It is a soothing experience I tell you dear friends; give your mind a peaceful break, Just go hear the voice of the rain!!!! The Voice of Rain Nikita Kothari, Reporter save nature The God's creations are so beautiful and elusive. Ever wondered what we are missing everyday, what is god gifted to us?Sound of the flowing water, the chirping of birds and insects, sapling turning into plant, creepers slowly covering the wall., murmuring of bees, the rainbow. Such an aesthetic formation around us. In this electronic world. We are so busy that we don't even have time for our family and friends. Living stressful life,but when we get time and spend it with nature.It does some kind of magic on us. For some time we forget what all kinds problems we are dealing. Nature allure us. Frankly, We love it too.Don't you think we are turning this luscious nature into drought land? It's dinnertime but there's no food in the house, so you get in your car and drive to the grocery store. You walk the aisles browsing for something to buy. You pick up chicken and a pre-made salad, then return home to enjoy your meal. Consider the ways your seemingly simpletriptothemarketaffectedthe environment.Driving to and from the store contributed carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. The electricity required to light the store was powered by coal, the mining of which ravaged an ecosystem. The saladingredientsweregrown ona farm treated with pesticides that washed into local streams, poisoning fish and aquatic plants (which help keep the air clean). The chicken was grown on a massive factory farm a long distance away, where animal waste produced toxic levels of atmospheric methane. Getting the goods to the store required trucks, trains and more trucks,All of which emitted carbon.Even the smallest human actions initiate environmental change. How we heat our homes and power our electronics, how we get around, what we do with our garbage, where our food comes from -- all of these put a strain on the environment beyond what it's designedtosupport.Takenata societal level, human behavior changes the environment in dramatic ways. We hurt the environment in more ways than we could possibly imagine. Misguided construction, irrigation and mining can deface the natural landscape and disrupt important ecological processes. Aggressive fishing and hunting can deplete entire stocks of species. Human migration can introduce alien competitors to native food chains. Greed can lead to catastrophic accidents and laziness to environmentally destructive practices.Its our nature.We have to save it.We can't stop using resources but at least we canaltertheusage. Ankita Bisen Trainee Reporter Seema Tiwari Reporter Prateek Tiwari Reporter
  • SPOT LIGHT pg3 March.2014 We the students of JLU have taken snaps at different place. Over last three months ,we have showed our creativity with camera which is very evident throughout our journey from being an amateur photographer to a professional one. Blood Donation Camp Radio Survey at Mughaliyachap Kite Carnival Valentine’s Day Inter-School Quiz Photo Story Photo Credits: Nikita Kothari & Ritu Sharma Republic Day Painting Competition
  • BRAINSTORM pg4 March.2014 Kuldip Nayar We listen music, we love music and everybody does. But you might have confronted people who listen to music which you don’t like. Have you wondered why this happens? This happens because of different interest in GENRE. Most people pronounce genre wrong. It is pronounced as “'ZHänr?”. People from different backgrounds and cultures have different taste in genres. Music genre - or simply genre-referstothestyleof music. GENRE ROCK MUSIC: Rock music has been a volatile, unpredictable creature that has constantly redefined and reinvented itself since its emergence in the late 1940s. Not surprisingly, then, it can be extremely difficult to apply a straightforward definition to such a restless musical format. rock music can generally be described as hard- edged music performed with electric guitars, bass, and drums and usually accompanied by lyrics sung by a vocalist. JAZZ MUSIC: Jazz Developed among the black community of the Southern US. This can be called a Classical version of blues music..Jazz is often performed by ensembles,withimportancelaidon The Grand Old Lion of Indian Journalism What MusicAre You Listening?Hansraj Shankushal Trainee Reporter Nikita Kothari Reporter th September 14 ’ 2013 was a notable day in the records of Jagran Lakecity University as an exceptional colloquium was conducted by Prof. (Dr.) G.S. Bajpai,Professor of Law, National Law University, Delhi. Prof Bajpai has been broadening services and consultancy to several Universities and state/union public service commissions. He is on the Board of editors of many national and international journals and is also the memberofmanykeyprofessional o r g a n i z a t i o n s . H o l d i n g specializations in Criminology and Criminal Justice, he was invited to deliver a lecture on Media Trial. . He listed five severe impact Those were: Impact On The Accused: Excessive publicity in the media about a suspect or an accused before trial overlooks a fair trial and results in characterizing him as a person who had indeed committed the crime. By such a behavior of media, someone who should be assumed innocent is presumed as a criminal leaving all his rights and liberty abandoned Impact On The Witness: Media confuses the witness and witnesses k e e p s w i t c h i n g t h e i r views every now and then. Due to lack of accuracy and content of news, a witness is unable to decide how he is supposed to react for the given situation. A witness is highly influential but we can’t say who has to be blamed for his quick change of opinions. Impact On The Victim: Media plays a role of Watch dog and brings the facts in case of a victim. By acting as a mirror for the society, it brings only what is happening around and make the legislatures andgovernmentanswerablefor the MEDIA TRIAL ??? actof them. Impact On The Advocate: Today, courtsareunderpoliticalinfluence. Lawyers know that they are being watched by the world. The media creates a series of cataleptic pressures on an advocate in a high- profile trial. Such lawsuits are not just decided in the courts; but also in the court of public opinion. Advocates work with reporters on their stories to ensure accurate reporting and then present cases in thecourt Impact On The Judge: The ultimate force of a fair trial comes on the sovereign of the legal system; the judge. The media cannot be granted a liberty in the court proceedings by threatening the judge.We must understand that judgestooarehumanbeings. They are not only making a decision for themselves, but they are making a statement for their family, co- workers, community, and society as a whole. The seminar gave the listeners a bolt from the blue and at the same time it stimulated them with a query- Are Journalists really tryingtobecomeJudges? The answer still needs to see the sights and that is why the World of Mediahas so muchlefttoexplore. Kuldip Nayar was born at Sialkot, Punjab, British India (now in Pakistan) on 14 August 1923 to Gurbaksh Singh and Pooran Devi. He completed his B.A. (Hons.) from the Forman Christian College Lahore and LL.B. from the Law College Lahore. In 1952, he studied journalism from the Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern Universityon ascholarship. Background in profession: Kuldip Nayar witnessed the fall down of faith between Hindus and Muslims and he was forced to migrate to Delhi. His first job as a young journalist was of an Urdu press reporter in an Urdu Daily called August) every year at the Attari- Wagah India-Pakistan border near Amritsar. He has been working to liberate Indian prisoners in Pakistan and Pakistani prisoners in India, who have completed their condemnations, but have not been setfree. He headed India’s foremost news agency; UNI and worked as a mainstream journalist. Later, he started his syndicate column, ‘Between the Lines’. He has also written columns and editorials for over 80 newspapers in 14 languages including The Daily Star, The Sunday Guardian, The News (Pakistan), Express Tribune (Pakistan),Dawn (Pakistan). A Kuldip Nayar kept floating between Journalism and Politics all his life.As a political commentator, he has written his views freely on most politically current issues. He has supported the movement of Anna Hazare and rebuked the Pakistan Government for not apologizing for the army violence in East Pakistan in 1971 that led to the formation of Bangladesh, and for allowing drugs tobesmuggledintoIndia. He served as the former editor of the Statesman in Delhi, former managing editor of the United News of India news agency, former correspondent of the LondonTimes, former media advisor (Information officer) to the late Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri. As the Indira rea of expertise: Nikita Kothari Reporter government returned, Nayar was asked to leave the Indian Express. After 1980, he got retired from active journalism and turned into a columnist mostly covering Political issues which also displayed his sensitivity towards the poor. He became India’s most dynamic journalist in the field of political issues and human rights activists. He is the author of 15 books, including "Beyond the Lines”, "Distant Neighbours: A Tale of the Subcontinent”, "India after Nehru", "Wall at Wagah, India-Pakistan Relationship", "The Judgement" and "India House"; most of them aboutIndia-Pakistanas we notice. Reporting Style: Kuldip Nayar kept himself in and out of politics and journalism which clearly reflects his style of reporting. As a means to get secret information, he cleverly joined as an information officer under Lal Bahadur Shastri and erected a great deal of contacts which helped him in future.With power, there is always a hangover of respect. He swallowed stuff at times and did not validate the purpose of journalism. During the Janta party rule, poor Kuldip Nayar was called a ‘social climber’ (pronounced ‘so- sull climber’) for accepting a high commissionership from VP Singh for his self gains. He then switched to being a politician from a journalist as he was highly influencedby power. - Are Journalists trying to become Judges? Anjam. He was arrested towards the end of the Indian Emergency (1975 - 77).. He was appointed High Commissioner to Great Britain in 1990 and nominated to the upper house of Indian Parliament, Rajya Sabha in August 1997. Since 2000, Nayar has been a peace activist to light candles on the Independence days of Pakistan and India (14/15 His reporting ethics were superseding the codes of conduct that any media should have. During his interview with Pakistan’s father of nuclear bomb (A.Q. Khan), Nayar Lured-Lied-Flattered Dr. A.Q. Khan and ultimately made him admit the nuclear bomb conspiracy. It was a smart move but manipulation and duplicity was againstthemediaethics. All he was trying to know in that interview was whether they have it or not (Nuclear Bombs) but the way he did it was wrong. Justifying to this attempt, Nayar felt that the sole aim of any reporter is to bring out the news. How a journalist does his job was not Nayar’s equation instead the out come was his only focus. He did things which were right for his country. Kuldip Nayar has always stood for the freedom of press and journalism of courage and in his autobiography, says: ‘The newspaper is a great power, but just as an unchained torrent of !water submerges the countryside and devastates crops, even so an uncontrolled pen serves but to destroy. If control is from withoutt provesmorepoisonousthanwantof control. It can be profitable only when exercised from with in.’ Printed and Published by Jagran Lakecity University, Mughaliyachap, Bhopal. Editor: Nikita Kothari, Associate Editor: Ankita Bisen, Layout & Design: Nasir Jamal Hashmi, Marketing & Distribution: Himanshu Premi & Ashish Naag. 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