EDUCATION BASED ON THE TEACHINGS OF HOLY QURAN
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The history of Indian media starts in 1810 with the launching of “Urdu Akhbar” from Kolkata by Molvi Akram Ali, not in 1816 with Gangadhar Bhattacharjee’s Vangal Gazette as stated by Chanchal Sarkar in his The Story of Our Newspapers”. The contribution of the second larges! community to the media in the pre and post-Independence India can’t be denied. Whether it is the mainstream, regional or Muslim Muslims have played a pivotal role in founding and consolidating it. Today there would hardly be found a newspaper in any language where there is no Muslim. But in spite of this fact, this community is not empowered. The reason simple: There is a communication gap media, between media and Muslim community. Besides, media doesn’t represent all segments of the Indian society.Keeping these facts in view, the empowerment of Muslims in India through information and communication has been discussed in detail in this book while throwing a light on the disempowerment of the community as well various sources of information and communication. The book includes an exclusive section based on the views of 50 senior journalists and Muslims in different newspapers, news agencies and channels in Delhi. As a whole, the book, which is first of its kind, is very explorative, informative and interesting.
Institute of objective studies
A U Asif