Journalists get demoralised, lose faith in profession when brilliant story killed at desk: CJI NV Ramana

In his speech, the CJI Ramana stressed on the importance of independent journalism as a backbone of democracy, stating that journalists are the eyes and ears of the people.
 CJI NV Ramana
CJI NV Ramana

Journalists get demoralised and lose faith in the profession when a story into which they have put in a lot of hard work, is not published by the media organisation for which they work, Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana said on Tuesday.

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