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Fighting Fake News

We all know that journalism is the fourth pillar of democracy. It’s the duty of a journalist to act as a watchdog of the government. It is the duty of a journalist to keep a watch on the ruling government’s work and question the authority for matters of national importance.

But now a days there are so many fake websites run by people who don’t have any journalism background and their only aim is to polarize the society in favour of a certain ideology by posting fake, confusing and twisted articles or videos.So only consume informations from traditional medias whether websites of print newspapers or television news channels or radios.They are still known for their journalism excellence and repotorial talents.

Beware of Fake news and these fake websites they only know how to twist informations in favor of a particular ideology.

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