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Telescope: Believe it or not | The Indian Express

Telescope: Believe it or not | The Indian Express

Telescope: Believe it or not

In the last week, there was news on news TV

Written by Shailaja Bajpai | Updated: January 4, 2018 5:53 am
Mumbai Kamala Mills fire tragedy, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Padmavati, Rajinikanth entry into politics, Donald Trump Pakistan tweet, National Medical Commission Bill protets, Triple Talaq Bill, Parliament winter sesion, PM Naendra Modi,
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It’s been a week when developments thrust news ahead of opinion. Is this a sign of change in 2018? Or was it just that sort of week, when so much happened that even channels were forced to follow the news and contain their views?
Either way, news TV was out on the streets covering the news, following it wherever it took them without a pre-set agenda.
From Friday’s “Mumbai mein maut ki aag” (News World India) to Tuesday/ Wednesday’s, “Maharashtra on boil” (Times Now), with the CBFC’s clearance of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati (caveats included), Rajinikanth’s entry into politics, Trump’s Pakistan tweet, protests against the National Medical Commission Bill and the uproarious passage of the Triple Talaq Bill in Parliament, in between, it’s been a tumultuous six days of non-stop news making the headlines.

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