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My Press Release at media award function in Mumbai :

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Mumbai, August 22, 2015: Union Minister of State for Parliamentary and Minority Affairs Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said here that sensationalization to some extent in media is acceptable but it is responsibility of the media to check that ‘overdose’ of ‘spicy news’ does not affect ‘’health of the society’’. Addressing a function of Dainik Bhaskar INK Awards, an initiative by exchange4media Group to felicitate talent in creative newspaper advertising last night, Shri Naqvi said that India has become the biggest centre from the point of view of media as there are thousands of registered newspapers and news channels in the country. Media in India has a vast presence and freedom in comparison with other countries. Indian media is effectively impacting political and social scenario of the nation. Shri Naqvi said that with more freedom, responsibilities of media to present news with authenticity have been increased even more. Shri Naqvi said that we are not in favour of any type of gag on media but media should work on self-reforms so that media can fulfill its duty towards the society in a better way. ‘’Competition of giving breaking news sometime becomes troublesome’’. Shri Naqvi said that print media still has relevance in India even when number of 24-hours news channels is increasing day by day. Newspapers have maintained their credibility. Maximum people of the country start their day with a cup of tea and a newspaper. Shri Naqvi said that social media has also created a significant space for it in our country and it has been impacting the people especially youth. Social media has become an effective medium of providing message even to villages also. Shri Naqvi said that along with news, advertising also impacts the people. It is not only a major source of revenue for companies but it also leaves a message of years in just a few seconds. India has creative talent more than any other nation. The people of our country engaged in creative advertising are among the best in the world. We just need to promote and protect them. But unfortunately, these people have been facing lack of resources as well as respect. There is also a need for self-reform in this regard and these reforms should be in interest of all stakeholders and can promote talent in this field. Shri Naqvi said that Indian talent has been performing well in arts, science, IT, agriculture, and education. NDA Government’s programmes such as ‘’Make in India’’ will provide opportunities to them in India itself. While mentioning importance of creative advertising, Shri Naqvi said good advertising has benefitted Modi Government’s several initiatives like ‘’Make in India’’, ‘’Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’’. ‘’Digital India’’, ‘’Jan Dhan Yojana’’ and other social-economic security schemes. Shri Naqvi said that the companies should spend at least five to ten per cent of expenditure on their advertising on creating awareness on the issues of public concern such as social, economic, educational, and environmental and others by making short-films and publicizing them. Shri Naqvi said that the Centre will extend all possible help and encouragement to media and advertising sector. Mumbai, August 22, 2015: Union Minister of State for Parliamentary and Minority Affairs Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said here that sensationalization to some extent in media is acceptable but it is responsibility of the media to check that ‘overdose’ of ‘spicy news’ does not affect ‘’health of the society’’. Addressing a function of Dainik Bhaskar INK Awards, an initiative by exchange4media Group to felicitate talent in creative newspaper advertising last night, Shri Naqvi said that India has become the biggest centre from the point of view of media as there are thousands of registered newspapers and news channels in the country. Media in India has a vast presence and freedom in comparison with other countries. Indian media is effectively impacting political and social scenario of the nation. Shri Naqvi said that with more freedom, responsibilities of media to present news with authenticity have been increased even more. Shri Naqvi said that we are not in favour of any type of gag on media but media should work on self-reforms so that media can fulfill its duty towards the society in a better way. ‘’Competition of giving breaking news sometime becomes troublesome’’. Shri Naqvi said that print media still has relevance in India even when number of 24-hours news channels is increasing day by day. Newspapers have maintained their credibility. Maximum people of the country start their day with a cup of tea and a newspaper. Shri Naqvi said that social media has also created a significant space for it in our country and it has been impacting the people especially youth. Social media has become an effective medium of providing message even to villages also. Shri Naqvi said that along with news, advertising also impacts the people. It is not only a major source of revenue for companies but it also leaves a message of years in just a few seconds. India has creative talent more than any other nation. The people of our country engaged in creative advertising are among the best in the world. We just need to promote and protect them. But unfortunately, these people have been facing lack of resources as well as respect. There is also a need for self-reform in this regard and these reforms should be in interest of all stakeholders and can promote talent in this field. Shri Naqvi said that Indian talent has been performing well in arts, science, IT, agriculture, and education. NDA Government’s programmes such as ‘’Make in India’’ will provide opportunities to them in India itself. While mentioning importance of creative advertising, Shri Naqvi said good advertising has benefitted Modi Government’s several initiatives like ‘’Make in India’’, ‘’Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’’. ‘’Digital India’’, ‘’Jan Dhan Yojana’’ and other social-economic security schemes. Shri Naqvi said that the companies should spend at least five to ten per cent of expenditure on their advertising on creating awareness on the issues of public concern such as social, economic, educational, and environmental and others by making short-films and publicizing them. Shri Naqvi said that the Centre will extend all possible help and encouragement to media and advertising sector.

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