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Friday, 6 September 2019

What did Ravish Kumar say in Ramon Magsaysay's lecture?


The announcement of the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Award of 2019 for senior journalist Ravish Kumar was announced almost a month ago. However, he gave his public speech on Friday in Manila before receiving the honor.
In this speech he expressed his views on the discrepancies seen in Indian media.
Ravish Kumar will be given the Ramon Magsays Award on September 9. According to Indian time, he will be conferred the honor at two o'clock in the afternoon.
In his address, Ravish presented his views on the topic 'Power of Citizen Journalism to Improve Democracy'.
"Democracy is burning and it needs to be handled and this requires courage," said Ravish.
"The more accurate information we give to viewers, the more their confidence will grow," he said. In his address, Ravish also mentioned Fake News.
Talking on the current state of journalism, he said, "There is a protest against the government, but the mainstream media has a screening pattern in which it does not show this protest."
"This is not a report to the protests, because it is a lazy move for the media. But it has to be understood that there is no democratic democracy without demonstrations in public places."

Some of the highlights of Ravish's speech

  • This is the test of time to be a citizen. Citizenship is about redefining and fighting for it. As a person and as a group who can defend themselves from this attack, only a citizen can lay the foundation of a better society and government in the future.
  • Citizenship requires freedom of information and integrity. Today the state has taken control of the media and its business. Control over the media means that the citizenship of your citizenship is diminished. The media is now part of the surveillance-state. It is no longer the Fourth State but the First State.
  • There are two types of citizens in the language of the media - one national and the other anti-national. The Anti National is, who is in question, disagreeing.
  • In Kashmir, the notification system was shut down for several days. Government officials started doing press work and people in the press started doing government work. Can you imagine a city without communication and information? What happens when the media, whose job it is to collect information, starts to support the shutdown of all the information networks and goes against its citizens?
  • It is unfortunate that India is at the very bottom of the freedom of all neighboring press. Pakistan has an Electronic Media Regulatory Authority, which directs its news channels how to propaganda in Kashmir. How to report Thus it is called advice in the official language, but it is directed.
  • He is told how to leave the screen blank on August 15, so that he can celebrate the black day in support of Kashmir. Pakistan is also the major cause of the problem.
  • When Anuradha Bhasin of the Kashmir Times goes to the Supreme Court of India, a Press Council of India Court is set up against him. To say that they support the media ban in the Kashmir Valley. In my view the office of the Press Council of India and the Electronic Media Regulatory Authority of Pakistan should be seen in a single building.
  • It is good that the Editors Guild of India has condemned the ban on the media in Kashmir and also criticized the Press Council of India.
  • This is the media that started to create 'Citizen Journalism' to cut its costs. Through it, the media outsourced its own risk. Citizen journalism within mainstream media and citizen journalism outside of mainstream media are different.
  • Journalists are not allowed to write personal opinions in many newsrooms today. What is different is that the Riverbend of the 24-year-old student (whose exact name is not announced) was exposed through the Baghdad Burning Blog, the day-to-day situation of attacks, war and subjugation in Iraq. And in 2005, the book was also titled 'Baghdad Burning: Girl Blog from Iraq'. Then the mainstream media groups of the world thought that our journalists could not do the work that a girl did through social media. This is Citizen Journalism, which happened out of the mainstream media.
  • Today, if a girl writes a blog like 'Baghdad Burning' in Kashmir, the mainstream media would consider it anti-national.
  • If you try to understand a democracy through this media then it shows a picture of a democracy where all the information is the same color. This color matches the color of the power. Similar questions are formulated, so that ideas can be spread in the name of information.
  • When the mainstream media becomes an opposition and disagreement, the real crisis comes upon the citizenry. Unfortunately, the voice of the news channels in this work is the loudest and loudest. The anchor no longer speaks, shouting.
  • The vast majority of the mainstream and TV media are drained.
  • Across the country, the troll went viral, giving me a break. There were periods, there were threats. Is coming But people came to the same number. Taking news of yourself and the area.
  • When the Ruling Party boycotted my show, all my roads were closed. It was at this time that these people filled my show with their problems.
  • I would also like to mention the people who first trolled, punctuated, but later apologized in writing.
  • This is why I have to show that today for Citizen Journalism you have to fight against the state and the citizens who behave like the state. Not just the state challenge, but also the people who have become like the state.
  • People are fighting for their space in the field of information, even if they do not win.
  • Gandhi said that if the newspaper is not right then what will work for the independence of Hindustan? Today newspapers are scared. They make their criticism a criticism of the country.
  • Today there is a need for large-scale citizen journalism, but even more so is the need for citizen democracy.
NDTV journalist Ravish Kumar has received the honor for his contribution to Hindi TV journalism. Ramon Magsaysay is also called the Nobel Prize for Asia.
Ravish Kumar is the most popular face of Hindi news channel NDTV India. Apart from Ravish, the 2019 Magsaysay Award has also been received from Myanmar's Ko Swe Win, Thailand's Nilapaijit, Raimundo Pujante of the Philippines and Kim Jong-ki from South Korea.
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