CORRUPTION IN INDIA
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Submitted By:
CH.JAGADEESH
G.JAGADISH
I.MALLIKARJUN REDDY
J.HEMANTH KUMAR

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ABSTRACT
The concept of training on investigative journalism for the working journalist to generate an anti-corruption culture and to identify areas of corruption and individuals and/or entities involved in corruption has been generated for several reasons. First, there is the perception that, with the current level of investigative journalism in Nepal, journalists (including the TV and radio media) were not focused enough on the problem, and when they were focused did not have the tools, or set of skills, necessary to “dig” into the issues as they should. Their efforts resulted in incomplete stories, very often reportage that was biased, or reporting that was based on conjecture and/or assumptions, were not fact based. The perception has grown that much of this problem is due to a lack of training in the areas of investigation, and a minimal knowledge of the mechanisms of corrupt practices, and how to reveal these mechanisms, and people, responsible for the corruption.
To appropriately inform the public through the media, and to enhance the ability of journalists to attack the local and national problem of corruption, this training was proposed by the CIAA and few media groups for which the following expectations of participants were incorporated in the workshop agenda. The workshop agenda was basically divided into three major headings, namely investigative journalism with practical sessions based on case study in corruption stories and reporting. Six Nepali instructors having good knowledge and experience in respective areas were selected for both workshops. One foreign expert from Romanian Center for Investigative Journalism participated in both workshops and actively shared his own experience and international practices.
An example slide on "The Company" and "Follow the Money" related to investigating corruption was presented. Database and photo investigation were demonstrated as practical tools for investigating corruption. Digging out the available resources and documents; mobilizing resources; exploring for interlinked information; analyzing published materials; setting up networks, and networking were some of the learning from the discussions on investigative journalism.
All Obstacles to and the relevance of investigative journalism in Nepal, it’s context and practice were discussed by drawing different live examples and stories when the international consultant shared his experience from Romania and other European countries. The whole discussion was summarized, in that credibility; research and the role of journalists not only as a watchdog but also as the biter are qualities essential to a journalist in overcoming the obstacles to investigative journalism.
A discussion on the skills of investigative journalism to which a journalist should always pay his attention to, were properly elaborated as tips for the participants. These skills; to put onto paper; provide human and electronic tracks and intense fieldwork were presented as the investigative trails. There was also a discussion on the seven pillars of national ethics, where journalism is the number one out of seven
. INTRODUCTION:
The concept of training on investigative journalism for the working journalist to generate an anti-corruption culture and to identify areas of corruption and individuals and/or entities involved in corruption has been generated for several reasons. First, there is the perception that, with the current level of investigative journalism in Nepal, journalists (including the TV and radio media) were not focused enough on the problem, and when they were focused did not have the tools, or set of skills, necessary to “dig” into the issues as they should. Their efforts resulted in incomplete stories, very often reportage that was biased, or reporting that was based on conjecture and/or assumptions, were not fact based. The perception has grown that much of this problem is due to a lack of training in the areas of investigation, and a minimal knowledge of the mechanisms of corrupt practices, and how to reveal these mechanisms, and people, responsible for the corruption. To appropriately inform the public through the media, and to enhance the ability of journalists to attack the local and national problem of corruption, this training was proposed by the CIAA and few media groups for which the following expectations of participants were incorporated in the workshop agenda.
1.1 Expectations of the participants
• Clear discussion and sharing experience.
• Identification of weaknesses in current writing for improvement
• Steps of reporting on Investigative Journalism.
• How to make report writing simple and easy
• How to pressurize to punish corrupt people.
• More information about anti corruption
1.2 Main objective:
To enhance Journalists' capacity in writing against corruption in order to inform public well through media.
1.3 Workshop Objectives
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Yeah i have studied it and all Indian politics which relates to corruption..!
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