Democracy means , a system of government in which the people of the country can vote to elect their representative. We all know that , India is the world’s largest democracy. Indian media has traveled a long way from the days of newspaper and radio to present day age of television and social media. Media is considered as the “Fourth Piller” in democratic countries along with Legislature,Executive,and Judiciary.
Media plays an vital role in shaping human minds. In India media came into existence in1780 with the introduction of a newspaper namely “The Bangal Gazette”and since then it has matured leaps and bounds. Media became a source of information for the citizens of colonial India , as they become aware of the arbitrariness of the british colonial rule.Thus gave a newfound force to “Indians Independence Movement” as millions of Indians joined the leaders in their fight against the British imperialism. The role of media in Indian democracy has undergone massive changes, from the days of press censorship during Emergency in 1975 to being influential in the present day elections.
Media act as a chain between the government and the citizens of the country. People have a faith in media as it has an impact on the audience. It makes us aware of various social, political, economical and cultural activities happening around the world. It is like a mirror ,which shows us or strives to show us the bare truth and harash realities of life. Media is the only who reminds politicians about their unfulfilled promises at the time of elections. Media’s excessive coverage during elections helps people, especially uneducated in electing the right person to the power. This promises in order to remain in power.
The liberalization of Indian economy in the 1990 ‘s saw an influx of investment in the media houses, political elites and industrialists saw this as an opportunity to improve their brand image. Media acts as the voice of millions of citizens, when government institutions become corrupt and authoritarian or when they turn a blind eye towards the issues concerning the society. The Indian media plays a courageous role in the coverage of “Kargil War”1999, 26/11Bombay Terror Attack that rocked the whole nation as the city was rocked by multiple terror attacks.
The older generation of the country is still fixated on tradition and culture, while the present day youth is more interested in the fast-moving world of technology and social media. Thus it becomes important for media to ensure that the information they are broadcasting should not be a biased or tampered in a way to boast the channel’s TRP. Media arrange debates so that different views regarding same issue could be put forth. It has made a significant achievement in educating rural illiterate masses in making them aware of all events in their languages. Coverage of exploitive malpractices of village heads and moneylenders has helped in taking strong action against then by attracting government attention. It helps to fester the spirit of unity and brotherhood among the people and install faith in democracy and justice.
The present media revolution has helped people in making an informed decision and thus has led to beginning a new era in a democracy. From being just an informer it has become an integral part of our daily lives.The media also exposes loopholes in the democratic system, which ultimately helps government in filling the vacuums of loopholes and making a system more accountable,responsive and citizen friendly.
But sometimes excessive coverage or hype of sensitive news has led to commended riots at times. Constant repetition of the news, especially sensational news, breeds apathy and insensitivity. Media should take utmost care in publishing some sensational news. They should not forget their ethics and laws.
Those pains, those hidden tears, those mood swings…. these are part of my life….Everyday I come to a decision that… no, I will end it…but I have not that much power… Do you know what we all faced everyday.It is not easy to live with a disease PCOD or PCOS, i.e Polycystic ovary syndrome.
Treatment can help you, but this condition can’t be cured. It requires a medical diagnosis.Lab tests or imaging always required.It can last for years or be lifelong. Everyday all those feelings of loneliness, gaining weight, not having your periods for 3-5 months,heavy bleeding during your periods, gaining weight, imbalance of hormones, thin hair growth, insomnia, depression heavy facial hair growth etc, are the common symptoms of PCOD.
Many women have PCOS but don’t know it. In one study, up to 70 percent of women with PCOS hadn’t been diagnosed.PCOS affects a woman’s ovaries, the reproductive organs that produce estrogen and progesterone — hormones that regulate the menstrual cycle. The ovaries also produce a small amount of male hormones called androgens.The ovaries release eggs to be fertilized by a man’s sperm. The release of an egg each month is called ovulation.
Yoga,exercises, use of a proper diet plan has shown significant improvement in irregularity of menstrual cycles and ovulation in about 50% women diagnosed with PCOD which improves body composition. Also meditation helps to remove mental illness like stress, depression etc. I use some natural ingredients like turmeric, coriander seeds, green tea, lemon juice with warm water etc as a medicine and these ingredients help me. You can also use these techniques.
Please avoid oily foods, carbohydrates, fast food, too much sleeping habit, too much sugar consumption etc. Be strong, be happy, be you. Keep smiling always. Take care of yourself. And definitely one day you will overcome this PCOD.
Here I have a family of 172…may be it will increase in future….happy to be a part of WordPress where I can write my emotions..my feelings..express thousands of words and you the beautiful people are here…beside me to encourage..to appreciate…hey, I adore you people…
Whoever is reading this post…A post of a girl..who has no idea about her life..about her goal…but yes..she always believes that…she has something in her heart…in her mind…a positive energy..which forced her to live unapologetically…She know she has to go for a mile…it’s just a beginning of a journey….she has to complete it anyhow…Thank you people…for your support…for not judging me…
To Dear #ladies🏵🏵, Today is woman’s day .. oppssss.. nohhhh ..then.. mother’s day or sister’s day… Noooo.. It’s just a normal day.. Here I am writing a letter to you all. A letter of success, a letter of strength, a letter of beauty, a letter of happiness, a letter of greetings. First of all I just want to say that isn’t it amazing, you are a beautiful creativity of god. You all are brave, you are strong, you are fierce… you are more than you think. No need to be a perfect one. You are already perfect in your imperfections. Sometimes it’s important to be messy, be crazy or be you.
You are skinny ? OK. You are chubby? OKkk. You are dark? OKayy. You are bright? OKkk. You are tall? OK OK. You are short? OKkkkkkkyyy….Don’t worry, these are just some words..above all these, you know, there are three magical words which define your soul beautifully and i.e “YOU ARE UNIQUE”. Have you ever think, you are a lovely daughter, a caring sister, a adorable & good student, an awesome friend, a helpful collogue, a responsible wife or daughter-in-law, a brave mother, as a whole you are an amazing human being. Those mood swings are beautiful, that monthly pain or that stain is beautiful, those scars are beautiful, those white hairs are beautiful, those stretch marks are beautiful. Actually you are beautiful in your own way. You are the joba, the narji, the beli, the gulapi, the Korobi, the gutimali, the kharikajai, the nayantara, the aparajita, the hunaru…… Just .. #take_care_of_yourself, #love_your_precious_soul, #make_it_happy, #keep_it_alive, #dream_big, #touch_your_goals, #listen_to_your_heart, #fight_for_your_right, #be_strong,#do_whatever_you_want… #be_the_wind #be_the_ocean #be_the_sky of your own. ❤❤❤❤
I still remember that beautiful day. We (ma, pita and i) were passing through the #Dihing_Patkai reserve. There is a small roadside market called “#Maya_Bazar”. You can find different kinds of local and fresh vegetables,local fish ect in that small market produced by the local farmers or villagers and their most of the customers are those visitors who passes through that reserve by personal vehicle.Whenever we pass through that market, my mom always buy something from that market. At that day I too went with my mom.When mom was busy buying vegetables.Suddenly I saw them( those two old smiling queens of my grandma’s age).They were in a very happy mood. The way they were smiling and talking with each others, they looked so beautiful. At that moment their smiling faces gave me a strange feeling in my heart..I also started to smile and took out my phone to capture those beautiful smiles. But, then I felt that, they may feel uncomfortable if I take their pictures without their permission. So I went to their stalls and asked them, “aita(grandma) can I click your pics?” They smiled and one of them asked me”Mai(dear),you want to click our pictures? Ahhh,we become old now” and they laughed. Again I requested them just one aita, your smile is so beautiful and I want to capture it on my phone,so can I?.” Then they said to me, “wait dear, let me make up my dress properly.OK…now you can click.” I smiled and said okkk.When I showed their beautiful pictures, they asked me “is it me, waw, I am looking so beautiful na?” I said yes, “dhuniya(beautiful) aita”. After all these, they asked my name,what I m doing these days,my address etc and touched my cheeks in a lovey way. I swear now I can’t express that feeling…..At that moment I felt that I know them for so many years. I also felt that their love was really pure and selfless.And ya…I must say that, it doesn’t matter who you are,from where you belong to,what is your status, it’s all about love,kindness, and selflessness which make you a great and awesome person..They had nothing to gave me, but they had so many things to share with me. After all they had a good and a big heart. The way they treated me, it was an undescribable feeling for me. Now I wonder,how they are surviving in this present situation.Because the source of their earning is also in a lockdown mood. #dhuniya_aita.