Compromised NDTV journalist

So when Sivan of ISRO didnt come for the press conference after The Vikramlanders communication breakdown this ndtv journalist in video pallava bagla became nasty with chairmans deputy.

Turns out this journalist has been taking photos of isro officers and listing them for sale on getty images.

The managemenr of ndtv should answer is this a revenue stream where journos pay back ndtv or is this baglas private business.

Whatevwr it is fire him. more  

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I did that many years ago when I was informed the way they got the booker prize to Arundathi Roy (The God of ******) who is a close relative of Radhika and Pronnoy Roy. I boycotted all channels and people worked for that group. I am now better informed and can teach a couple of lessons to Mr & Mrs Roy how to come clean. more  
The less we talk of NDTV, it is better. They are bent upon showing India as a inferior country, economy, etc. more  
NDTV is immune to all this. Their faithfulness lies somewhere else. more  
The channel must be boycotted by people from all sections of our society more  
Sri Pallava Bagla is a known science reporter who has always showcased the 'shortcomings' of Indian science and Indians in general. He used to be a correspondent for the American magazine (American Association for Advancement of Scinece - AAAS) Science and his writings used to be consistenly against Indian scientists. (As a scientist who has worked in this country for nearly 4 decades I have often seen with sadness how our own people have belittled fellow Indians in international settings).
However, if the Government takes action against him, immediately, the fraternity of Indian media will cry blue murder. Perhaps, concerned citizens of the Local Circles can try and represent this to the Press Council of India, but I doubt very much whether the PCI will ever do anything except support its own ilk. Ethics of news reporting is conspicuos by its absence in this country.
The best remedy therefore, is to hit them where it will hurt most - namely stop watching such news challenls and stop reading n(vi)ewspapers and magazines. Fall in subscription will bring about their closure. This, I feel is the best democratic way of showing dissent to such anti national media. more  
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