ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Trading Places

Media professionals have an important responsibility to society since they are in a position to mould public opinion. But the recent exposures of journalists taking favours from corporate groups have only highlighted once again an old phenomenon in India--codes of conduct are observed in their breach and Chinese walls are usually non-existent in media organisations. Since the 1980s, groups of journalists have tried to straddle the worlds of the media, business and politics, and in the process have damaged the functioning of democracy in the country.

How Reliance's Options on Natural Gas Price Hike Narrowed

A clutch of public interest petitions and legal entanglements between Reliance Industries and the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas on the pricing of natural gas and other issues are now before the Supreme Court.A record and discussion of the many legal cases in a battle that is going to be a protracted one.
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