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With #rajdeepsardesai and My IIMC friend #Divya

As news guest on #RajdeepSardesai ‘s Quiz Show #NewsWiz #IndiaToday The many moods of me! #news #television

Recently, I have been reading books of veteran journalists like Saba Naqvi, Ravish Kumar, Rajdeep Sardesai who have expressed how the present Modi government has been spreading fake news, cyber bullying people through their IT gundas, spreading violence on the name of caste. In Indian constitution, 'Freedom of Speech' is considered as the main pillar of democracy but even on this 72nd Independence Day, we lack it. .
I quote from the book- The Free Voice, "If you live in fear of being killed, you aren't really alive, even though you may be physically so." .
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The rise of Narendra Modi has heralded one of the most exciting and contentious periods in Indian politics. From the day he was sworn in as prime minister in May 2014, Mr Modi has dominated the news cycle, attracting admirers and critics in equal measure. Rahul Gandhi and the Opposition too have slowly begun to find their voice even as the country is conflicted between a billion aspirations and rising mutinies. Who will win the big battle for 2019 as the Indian Political League enters the final stretch? What defines the Modi persona? How will the deep divisions in society be bridged? What are the challenges ahead of a ‘new’ India? And what of the lingering credibility crisis confronting the Indian media? As one of the country’s leading journalists with a ringside view to Indian politics, Rajdeep Sardesai’s incisive analysis of contemporary events decodes the key questions of our times.
Get #Newsman in bookstores near you or online! .
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#RajdeepSardesai asks #RamMadhav a question: Who is the most powerful person in the country, #RSS head Mohan Bhagwat or the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi?

Ram Madhav replies: India is a democracy and in India the power ultimately lies with the people. (The audience clap, I clap.) The #RashtriyaSwayamsevakSangh (RSS) is very difficult to understand and very easy to misunderstand. In India, even today, very few journalists understand how this influential organization functions and what its goals are.

The RSS has undergone tremendous changes since the 1990s. In the past three decades the organisation has expanded rapidly to it current direct reach of 10 - 15% of the entire population. This rapid expansion has featured the inclusion of various affiliates, and through these affiliated organisation RSS penetrates into all parts of the country. These affiliates have helped shape the overall view of the organisation. What the affiliates are interested in, RSS is interested in.Currently RSS even accepts Muslims and Christians as well as members of all communities into the organisation. Apart from this there is increasing use of mediation within the organisation, and within RSS opposing views exist.
Decisions in the organisation are reached in a similar manner as a democracy, such as the “internationalized” debate about RSS changing from shorts to pants, a debate which took four years to complete and views from all sections of RSS, from the highest to the lowest ranks were taken into consideration.
Despite these changes there are also various other aspects of RSS which have not changed - various aspects of the administrative structure has not changed as well as the training units of RSS.

RSS faces three key challenges in the future -
1. Tackling caste hierarchy as well as the notion of caste itself. Caste undermines the long term goal of unity, a foundational feature of RSS.
2. Extremists on the right wing feel encouraged by BJPs victory and resort to violence. RSS needs to tackle this long term.
3. RSS needs to address the divide between rural and urban India better.

RSS today is ready to compromise if those compromises help India retain its integrity.

Launch of #SouravGanguly 's book #ACenturyIsNotEnough at New Delhi.

#VirenderSehwag , #YuvrajSingh, #AnnuragThakur & #RajdeepSardesai also attend the event.

|¦ 2019 elections are right around the corner, and the role of the #election #influencer has never been more vital ¦| 🇮🇳 #watch this excerpt from #indiatodayplus show - The Election Influencer

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Book launch of NEWSMAN by Rajdeep sardesai #newsman #rajdeepsardesai

#Newsman and Journalist #RajdeepSardesai signing his new book at the shop today : #Newsman:TrackingIndiaInTheModernEra Published by @rupa_publications
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People like these forget their roots. They use their country, fans, people around them just as stepping stones for higher goals and ambitions. But such ppl fall from great heights too... #yogiAdityanath #barkhadutt #soniagandhi #BJP #pappu #Kerala #atalji # #narendramodi #Raga #JaiYogi #CongressParty #rohingyamuslims #modi #🙏 #Modi #Adityanath #barkhadutt #priyankachopra #Ndtv #IndianNation #bengaluru #RAHULGANDHI #namo #rajdeepsardesai #owaisi #Hyderabad#muslims

#NewsWizBengaluru: After Hyderabad and Chennai, it was Garden City's turn to rock the big stage as India's biggest news quiz got its third set of contestants from the capital city of Karnataka.
For more: https://www.indiatoday.in/newswiz/2018/ #schoolkids #education #students #knowledge #rajdeepsardesai

#NewsWizBengaluru! A student shares her experience after meeting Quiz Master #RajdeepSardesai.
For more: https://www.indiatoday.in/newswiz/2018/
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QoTD: What kind of non fiction do you tend to read? I love to read non fiction that features journalistic anlysis and memoirs; travellogues and cultural history.
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I am really looking forward to reading Rajdeep Sardesai's Newsman: Tracking India in the Modi Era which releases soon. An earlier book by Sardesai, '2014: the Election that changed India' was quite prophetic given how politics in the country has played out in present times.
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About 'Newsman:Tracking India in the Modi Era' -
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The rise of Narendra Modi has heralded one of the most exciting and contentious periods in Indian politics. From the day he was sworn in as prime minister in May 2014, Mr Modi has dominated the news cycle, attracting admirers and critics in equal measure. Rahul Gandhi and the Opposition too have slowly begun to find their voice even as the country is conflicted between a billion aspirations and rising mutinies. Who will win the big battle for 2019 as the Indian Political League enters the final stretch? What defines the Modi persona? How will the deep divisions in society be bridged? What are the challenges ahead of a ‘new’ India? And what of the lingering credibility crisis confronting the Indian media? As one of the country’s leading journalists with a ringside view to Indian politics, Rajdeep Sardesai’s incisive analysis of contemporary events decodes the key questions of our times.
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With a book summary like that, it is almost certain that this book is going to be quite something.
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