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Foreign Media Entry into the Press-Issues and Implications

The short answer to the question 'should the press stay Indian?' is an emphatic yes. Since the government, left to itself, is likely to reverse this long-standing strategic policy in the name of liberalisation, an effective campaign against the move should press for debarring legislation in parliament aiming at keeping foreign players out.

PERSPECTIVES

Nalini Pandit Classes in Marxist theory are not mere economic categories. They are living social groups whose attitudes and responses are determined by historical and cultural factors. The materialistic interpretation of history does not imply an exclusive emphasis on the economic factor to the comparative neglect of others. The purpose of formulating a social theory is to understand the attitudes and responses of different social groups to particular programmes.
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