A skeleton tumbles out of the closet
This, ladies and gentlemen, is precious!!
With all the brouhaha over the name of Lopamudra Ghatak, I decided to dig around a bit for some more
Here's what Miss (or Mrs., as the case may be) Ghatak had to say on Sucheta Dalal's exposé...
As a journalist working with a computer publication, I thought that your article was in good stead. It is time that such stories hit the front page of national dailies, rather then being pushed to some obscure column item in page 5. The reader expects certain level of honest and ethical reporting of incidents -- an objective view of situations, reported truthfully. That's what journalism is technically supposed to be as I was taught at my mass comm institute(IIMC, new delhi). but its quite distressing to see such prostitution of news and dishing out trash in the name of reportage. And who cares whether Salman Khan beats up Aishwarya black and blue or pounds at her door consistently for 3 hours in the wee hours of the morning. there are numerous women in the country who get abused , at hoem, in the work place or in public. Do they ever make it to the front page of any daily? Its high time that the readers are stopped being taken for granted and fed nonsense news, day after day.
What can I say?!! ... I leave you, gentle readers, to ponder over her statements, while I burst out laughing!!