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By Nalini Rajan

The theories and practices of journalism in twenty first century India are mentioned during this quantity. The 4 major sections study: representing the unrepresented - facing the media illustration (or lack) of maginalized teams of society; the plurality of perform - learning the assurance of vital parts reminiscent of economics, felony matters, technology, arts and tradition and humour; the media in point of view - other kinds of journalistic practices; and destiny tendencies - discussing more recent kinds of journalism similar to running a blog

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Once, when I was telling a friend about my grandmother, he said, ‘Not hennu (girl). Yudhishthira said hannu’ (fruit). ‘Hennu,’ I insisted angrily. ’ Anyway, Kunti was busy. Besides, she wasn’t paying too much attention. So she said, ‘Hannu? Share it,’ and went back to her prayers. That is how Draupadi ended up with five husbands. At the end of the story, Lakshmi Ajji always gave me, and whoever else was with me, fruit to eat. Mangos in the mango AT LEAST SOME CHILDREN GET ‘MOSAMBI’ SOME OF THE TIME 53 season, jackfruit in the jackfruit season, and mosambi (sweet lime) all year round.

South Asia Disasters Special Issue, ‘Tsunami, gender, and recovery’, 12 October 2005. pdf. ‘UNIFEM responds to the tsunami tragedy’—Articles and information from various sources. html. Gender and Disaster Network, ‘Why gender matters’. uk/geography_research/gdn/why_does_gender_matter. htm. Accessed on 10 November 2005. htm; for more details see: http://www. org/. ‘Gender bias in disaster recovery process’, posted on Tsunami Response Watch, 28 August 2005. html. Fatima Burnad, ‘The tsunami exacerbates Dalit women’s sufferings from caste discrimination’, 2005.

28 According to advocates of GRB, although national budgets may appear to be gender-neutral policy instruments, government 40 AMMU JOSEPH expenditures and revenue collection often do impact women and men differently. 29 GRB is not confined to so-called women-specific schemes. It neither advocates separate budgets for women nor aims to solely increase spending on programmes specially targeted at women. 30 These range from the increasing privatization of health care services to the huge outlays for defence expenditure; from the interest rates on small savings to the number of families covered by anti-poverty schemes; and from the prices of agricultural inputs and produce to the incentives and disincentives operating in various industrial sectors.

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