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Right to Information

Right to Information Part of: GS-IV- Ethics (PT-MAINS-PERSONALITY TEST) Historical Background The right to information gained power when Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted in 1948 providing everyone the right to seek, receive, information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers. The International Covenant on Civil and Political rights 1966 states that everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression, the freedom to seek and i

10 ELEMENTS OF Good Journalism

10 ELEMENTS OF Good Journalism Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel spelt out 10 elements common to good journalism.They are: 1) Journalism’s first obligation is to the truth; 2) Its first loyalty is to citizens; 3) Its essence is a discipline of verification; 4) Its practitioners must maintain an independence from those they cover; 5) It must serve as an independent monitor of power; 6) It must provide a forum for public criticism and compromise; 7) It must strive

The main bricks to use in India’s steel frame

The main bricks to use in India’s steel frame By, R.K. Raghavan is a former CBI Director and a former High Commissioner of India to Cyprus Context This article talks about the recruitment process adopted by UPSC for higher bureaucracy and the necessary reforms. Still a major draw The UPSC has, without doubt, a strenuous protocol. There is reason to believe, the UPSC is an honest organisation which allows no latitude to the few venal elements that may occasionally be

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