The Press in India: Perspective in Development and Relevance
Kanishka Publishers, Distributors, 1997 - Journalism - 271 pages
The Present Work Has Made An Attempt To Discuss The Origin And Growth Of The Indian Press, Its Role And Responsibility As A Communicator, Its Freedom And Measures Adopted By The Authorities-Executive, Legislature, Judiciary--To Suppress It. The Importance Of The Press Council In Ensuring Press Freedom Is Also Highlighted.
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