Glamour is not credibility

[caption id="attachment_18678" align="alignleft" width="66"]टीजेएस जार्जटीजेएस जार्ज[/caption]: Lessons for Vir & Barkha from Prem & Nikhilda : Journalism started going astray with the birth of financial dailies in the 1960s. With full-fledged newspapers devoted exclusively to business, corporate houses became hyperactive. The next thing we knew was press conferences ending with gifts of expensive sarees and suitlengths to reporters. That was innocent child play compared to what has hit the headlines now – charges of celebrity journalists working hand in hand with a professional lobbyist to fix things like cabinet appointments and big-ticket business deals.