A journalist is a person who collects, writes, or distributes news or other current information. A journalist's work is called journalism. A journalist can work with general issues or specialize in certain issues, however, most journalists tend to specialize, and by cooperating with other journalists produce journals that span many topics. For example, a sports journalist covers news within the world of sports, but this journalist may be a part of a newspaper that covers many different topics.
A reporter is a type of journalist who researches, writes, and reports on information to present in sources, conduct interviews, engage in research, and make reports. The information-gathering part of a journalist's job is sometimes called reporting, in contrast to the production part of the job such as writing articles. Reporters may split their time between working in a newsroom and going out to witness events or interview people. Reporters may be assigned a specific beat or area of coverage.
Ranjini Menon (Sithara), a gold medal winner in journalism arrives back in Kochi from Delhi. She starts living with her brother advocate Venu Menon(Saikumar)'s family and joins Malayalam news paper Kerala Today as an investigative journalist. She meets sub-editor Unnikrishnan (Jagadeesh), a shy young man. Unnikrishnan immediately falls for Ranjini but fails to reveal his feelings. Ranjini also meets Managing Director of the newspaper, Vishwanathan (Siddique) who is a widower. Ranjini becomes close with Vishwanathan's family, particular with his daughter. This prompts Vishwanathan to consider proposing to Ranjini.
As an investigative journalist, Ranjini publishes articles against the proposed chemical factory. This angers the factory owner business man Sharmaji (Narendraprasad). One night Sharmaji's hinge men tries to capture Ranjini in the street, but she is saved by an I.P.S officer Jayachandran(Jayaram) who has been suspended from service. It turns out that Sharamaji was earlier arrested by Jayachandran for smuggling spirit; but Jayachandran's superior officer (K. P. A. C. Sunny) and minister (T. P. Madhavan) conspired against him with Jayachandran suspended from service and Sharmaji released. Ranjini, along with Unnikrishnan and Jayachandran sets out on an investigative mission on Sharmaji. Jayachandran also develops feelings for Ranjini.
Rafiek George (better known by his stage name Journalist) is an underground hip hop rapper from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He gives much of the credit for his success to his mother who worked hard to raise 5 other family members. After graduating he went out to get a recording contract. Supporting himself as a public speaker, youth counselor, and taking parts in talent shows, Journalist eventually earned himself his first paycheck after triumphing in a talent search held at New Jersey's Stardust ballroom two years after graduating.
In 1999 Journalist auditioned for a Universal Records contract with Julius Erving, Jr. as his manager. Later disambanding the record label after no success. Journalist has made appearances with Canibus on the album 2000 B.C., in the songs "Life Liquid", and "Die slow", and releasing various mixtapes, Before eventually releasing his debut album "Scribes of Life" on the Motown record label in 2002. Scribes of Life includes guest appearances such as Backbone, Floetry, M.O.P, and Sleepy Brown with production from DJ Jazzy Jeff, and others.
“They targeted someone not usually targeted by the Hindu right-wing — a young girl from South India, who doesn’t have a Muslim name and is not linked to left-wing student politics,” said prominent historian Ramachandra Guha... all residents of the country, including journalists.".
“They targeted someone not usually targeted by the Hindu right-wing — a young girl from South India, who doesn’t have a Muslim name and is not linked to left-wing student politics,” said prominent historian Ramachandra Guha... residents of the country, including journalists.”.
“They targeted someone not usually targeted by the Hindu right-wing — a young girl from South India, who doesn’t have a Muslim name and is not linked to left-wing student politics,” said prominent historian Ramachandra Guha... of all residents of the country, including journalists”.
Riverrun, £18.99, pp352 ... An anarchic read, but all the more entertaining for it. HarperCollins, £14.99, pp256 ... Bloomsbury, £20, pp320 ... Basu, a journalist and historian whose books include Victoria & Abdul, has great fun with this event, her retelling acting as a timely reminder that the unsettling tale of empire has been swept under the carpet ... .
Creedon finds out more with help from historian Diarmaid Ferriter and Irish Times journalist Fintan O’Toole... taken it away? Environmental journalist Lucy Seigle tries to answer that question in an eye-opening report – and what she comes up with will probably shock many viewers.
The fact that, in recent years, sedition has been used against cartoonists, students, journalists, historians, authors, actors, directors and, even, threatened against little children would have reduced the Mahatma to tears.
Read full article. R Rangaraj6 March 2021, 8.28 am183;6-min read. Vivekanandan KrishnaveniSasikala, V.K. Sasikala, was born in Mannargudi in 1957 to the farmer couple Vivekanandam and Krishnaveni. She had four brothers—Sundaravadanam, Jayaraman, Dr Vinodhagan and Dhivaharan—and a sister Vanithamani ...K ... R. Rangaraj is a veteran journalist and historian.
Read full article. 5 March 2021, 6.55 am183;2-min read ...The Beginning of India's Cricketing Greatness' co-authored by cricket historian Boria Majumdar and senior journalist Gautam Bhattacharya, published by Harper Collins, captures the journey of the class of 71 under late Wadekar ... PTIKHS KHS SSC SSC. TRENDING. News18 ... News18·1-min read. PTI ... .
PUBLISHED ON MAR 05, 2021 11.09 PM IST. 272pp, ₹499; Bloomsbury... I’m a novelist, not a historian, politician or journalist ... The institutions referenced in the book (academic, scientific, educative, journalistic etc) that we traditionally looked to for this are increasingly undermined ... Simar Bhasin is an independent journalist. She lives in New Delhi.
By Vijay Prashad... 16, 1973 ... Protesters and journalists such as Gustavo Gatica were hit in the eye with rubber bullets, which reminds me of Mohamed Sobhi el-Shenawy, the “eye sniper,” who shot protestors in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt in 2011 ... Vijay Prashad, an Indian historian, journalist and commentator, is the executive director of Tricontinental.
By 1969 he had moved to Fleet Street and in 1972 he was a journalist with the Daily Mirror... It is right that the case of Roy Greenslade should be properly interrogated and investigative journalists, columnists and political historians will want to look back over his career and read what he wrote about Sinn Fein and the IRA.