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    dusukochadu got a reaction from Royal Nandamuri in Mistakes which we are doing repeatedly   
    This pandemic has taught me one thing. 
    Gov. is really utter useless. Pandemic and wars are the only two situations where we need a gov. to guide its people and take care of them.  
    Almost all govs. in the world (except New Zealand and Taiwan) failed to take care of their people and India is the worst. 
    In normal situations, people don't need gov. at all. If institutions are allowed to do their job, then everything will be on auto-pilot. 
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    dusukochadu reacted to Raaz@NBK in Mistakes which we are doing repeatedly   
    AP development gurinchi entha takkuva matladukunte antha best.. AP inka Gone case even CBN power loki vachina.. Entha bathilimadina investors raru.. 2014 lone adigevallu maku assurance enti ani.. Jagga vachi vunna doubts anni pata panchalu chesadu.. TDP party and cadre ni ela kapadukovalo alochisthe better.. 
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from Raaz-NTR in If TDP is in power during covid times......   
    If TDP was in power during this time, then it would have been a PR disaster.  
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from Nandamurian in Entha kalam bhayapadataru   
    Expecting too much from people who live and die for caste hatred. 
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from Gunner in If TDP is in power during covid times......   
    If TDP was in power during this time, then it would have been a PR disaster.  
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    dusukochadu reacted to bharath_k in If TDP is in power during covid times......   
    TDP sangatemo gaani ,  jaggadikimatram pandaga 
    kavalasinanni sevalu vuntai gaa .... 
    eka odarpu yatralani roadla meeda padi dorle vaadu ....   savam chooste sivalettutadu gaa 
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from Sunny@CBN in kulaniki puttam anukoni vote veste ilaage untadi akka   
    Next elections ki inko 2K pension penchutaadu le aunty. 
    Don't worry, u still have vote power which u can sell. 
     
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    dusukochadu reacted to Bittu_77 in Hi Rajakeeyam Uncle   
    You never disappoint me bro.. 

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    dusukochadu got a reaction from Ntr-Cbn-Nbk in Kumbhamela disaster ni emi cover chestunnaru ra   
    Pedda Bhajan Lal la unnadu ga 😀
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from r_sk in BJP Toolkit?   
    Jolted by bad press, Modi govt drafts plan to show it is ‘responsive, hard-working’
    I&B Minister Prakash Javadekar and I&B Secretary Amit Khare have been holding video-conferences every day with senior govt officials for over a week now to review negative press.
    New Delhi: As India grapples with the massive surge in Covid-19 cases, with a shortage of beds and oxygen and increasing fatalities only compounding the problems, the Narendra Modi government is working on different strategies to counter the criticism and bad press it has been getting surrounding the pandemic, ThePrint has learnt.
    Sources in the government told ThePrint that Information and Broadcasting (I&B) Minister Prakash Javadekar, along with Secretary Amit Khare, have been holding video-conferences every day with senior government officials for over a week now, to discuss the negative press against the government and ways to counter them.
    In a separate media worskshop for government officials Tuesday, MyGov shared a presentation suggesting a robust communication strategy to ensure the government is seen as “sensitive, bold, responsive and hardworking”.
    The presentation, a copy of which was accessed by ThePrint, highlighted that the government communication should comprise larger use of data, infographics, videos and testimonials, amplification of the government’s messaging on social media platforms. It also suggested that social media influencers are leveraged to spread the government’s word.
    MyGov shared its presentation at a virtual media and social media workshop Tuesday on effective communication in the times of the pandemic, the sources said. Chaired by the I&B minister, the workshop was attended by over 350 senior government officials.
    The sources said the negative publicity received across print, television and online media has been a major cause for concern for the government, and that is being discussed extensively during the frequent virtual conferences lasting for about 45 minutes.
    For instance, at one of the video-conferences I&B minister has been holding, he expressed displeasure over the inadequate government messaging during the crash of CoWin portal during the initial days of the vaccination registration process last month, an official familiar with the discussions said.
    During the reviews, the official added, it was also discussed that there should be specific Covid-related press statements that should have specific references to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, such as usage of phrases like “under the leadership of PM Modi” or “as decided by PM Modi”.
     
    It was also discussed that high quality videos of the efforts put in by the armed forces to contain the pandemic should be shared and highlighted on various social media sites to create a positive messaging.
    “There were also concerns raised not only about the massive negative media coverage in the global press of India’s handing of the crisis, but also about some Indian publications republishing them as they are or extracts from them,” a second official told ThePrint.
      Among other media coverage discussed in the meetings, according to the official, was “positive news coverage” by the state-owned Doordarshan.
    ThePrint reached the I&B ministry spokesperson via email for a comment. This report will be updated when a response is received.
     
    Communication strategies being planned
    Since the beginning of the devastating second Covid wave, the Modi government has received a lot of bad press over what was perceived as its “mismanagement” of the pandemic, including allowing the Kumbh mela and election rallies that fuelled the surge in the cases.
    It has also been criticised for an apparent lack of preparedness to deal with a second wave of the pandemic, with both the national and the foreign media highlighting inadequate oxygen and hospital infrastructure.
    The Press Council of India (PCI) had earlier issued an advisory, which said foreign content should be only published after due verification by Indian media houses, drawing flak from various quarters including the Editors Guild of India.
    Highly placed sources in the government said the departments under the I&B ministry are keeping a tab and collating all negative news reports and opinion pieces across media, which are being circulated within the government.
    The second official quoted above said there has also been an emphasis on countering what the government feels is fake or misleading news by way of issuing timely rejoinders.
    At the workshop on Tuesday, government officials were told that authentic and real time information should be ensured during pandemic.
    The MyGov presentation mentioned above highlighted that the strategy should involve effectively communicating to people the different steps taken by the government to manage the pandemic and monitoring the effectiveness of the outreach through a feedback mechanism.
    It also emphasised that a positive image of the government should be created by way of highlighting its achievements and putting out positive stories.
    The presentation at the workshop is also learnt to have highlighted the importance of unified approach to government communication, ensuring real time updates of the critical events of the day to ministries, use of other social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube, aside from promoting key government decisions, campaigns and cabinet decisions on Twitter.
    It also highlighted the most and least engaging posts on different social media platforms.
    https://theprint.in/india/jolted-by-bad-press-modi-govt-drafts-plan-to-show-it-is-responsive-hard-working/652622/
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    dusukochadu reacted to OneAndOnlyMKC in Chinese Rocket   
    Take modi guidance he will tell when clouds will be there and he can attack that and dismantle before reaching us
     
     
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from Ntr-Cbn-Nbk in vaccine production santha biotech vara prasad reddy views   
    Power lo undi opposition vaccination meeda negative publicity chestunte em peekaru
    Inkenduku mandate teesukundi. 
    Opposition's job is to find fault in everything that gov. does. BJP opposition lo unnappudu petrol price perigithe em chesindi. Gola cheyyaleda? 
    Power loki vachi malli antha kante double prices increase chesaru. 
    Power lo undi opposition meeda padi edavatam endo artham kaadu  
    Adi kuda malli Indian political history lone weakest opposition. 
    Also, going into history. Remember how Indira Gandhi force family planning operations when she was in the power. Sanjay executed the whole thing. 
    At that time, Vajapyee and all Jan Sangh opposed those actions which is correct. Still Indira went ahead with her plans on people since she had power and mandate. 
    That's a ruling gov. should do if they are serious on a policy. 
    Anthe kaani weak opposition ni reason ga chupinchi, chetulu ettadam kaaadu. 
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from Nfan from 1982 in vaccine production santha biotech vara prasad reddy views   
    Power lo undi opposition vaccination meeda negative publicity chestunte em peekaru
    Inkenduku mandate teesukundi. 
    Opposition's job is to find fault in everything that gov. does. BJP opposition lo unnappudu petrol price perigithe em chesindi. Gola cheyyaleda? 
    Power loki vachi malli antha kante double prices increase chesaru. 
    Power lo undi opposition meeda padi edavatam endo artham kaadu  
    Adi kuda malli Indian political history lone weakest opposition. 
    Also, going into history. Remember how Indira Gandhi force family planning operations when she was in the power. Sanjay executed the whole thing. 
    At that time, Vajapyee and all Jan Sangh opposed those actions which is correct. Still Indira went ahead with her plans on people since she had power and mandate. 
    That's a ruling gov. should do if they are serious on a policy. 
    Anthe kaani weak opposition ni reason ga chupinchi, chetulu ettadam kaaadu. 
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from Flash in vaccine production santha biotech vara prasad reddy views   
    Power lo undi opposition vaccination meeda negative publicity chestunte em peekaru
    Inkenduku mandate teesukundi. 
    Opposition's job is to find fault in everything that gov. does. BJP opposition lo unnappudu petrol price perigithe em chesindi. Gola cheyyaleda? 
    Power loki vachi malli antha kante double prices increase chesaru. 
    Power lo undi opposition meeda padi edavatam endo artham kaadu  
    Adi kuda malli Indian political history lone weakest opposition. 
    Also, going into history. Remember how Indira Gandhi force family planning operations when she was in the power. Sanjay executed the whole thing. 
    At that time, Vajapyee and all Jan Sangh opposed those actions which is correct. Still Indira went ahead with her plans on people since she had power and mandate. 
    That's a ruling gov. should do if they are serious on a policy. 
    Anthe kaani weak opposition ni reason ga chupinchi, chetulu ettadam kaaadu. 
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from Naren_EGDT in vaccine production santha biotech vara prasad reddy views   
    Power lo undi opposition vaccination meeda negative publicity chestunte em peekaru
    Inkenduku mandate teesukundi. 
    Opposition's job is to find fault in everything that gov. does. BJP opposition lo unnappudu petrol price perigithe em chesindi. Gola cheyyaleda? 
    Power loki vachi malli antha kante double prices increase chesaru. 
    Power lo undi opposition meeda padi edavatam endo artham kaadu  
    Adi kuda malli Indian political history lone weakest opposition. 
    Also, going into history. Remember how Indira Gandhi force family planning operations when she was in the power. Sanjay executed the whole thing. 
    At that time, Vajapyee and all Jan Sangh opposed those actions which is correct. Still Indira went ahead with her plans on people since she had power and mandate. 
    That's a ruling gov. should do if they are serious on a policy. 
    Anthe kaani weak opposition ni reason ga chupinchi, chetulu ettadam kaaadu. 
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from LION_NTR in Catching Wild Pigs   
    Karl Marx once said, "Remove one freedom per generation, and soon you will have no freedoms and no one will have noticed."*
    One day while the class was in the lab, a professor noticed one young man, kept rubbing his back and stretching as if his back hurt.
    The professor asked the young man what was the matter. The student told him that he had a bullet lodged in his back. He had been shot while fighting communists in his native country, who were trying to overthrow his country's government and install a new communist regime.
    Then, the student looked at the professor and asked a strange question,
    "Do you know how to catch wild pigs?"
    The professor thought it was a joke and asked for the punchline. The young man said that it was no joke.
    "You catch wild pigs by finding a suitable place in the woods and putting corn on the ground. The pigs find it and begin to come every day to eat the free food.
    When they are used to coming every day, you put a fence down one side of the place where they are used to coming. At first, they are scared, but when they get used to the fence, they begin to eat the corn again and you put up another side of the fence.
    They get used to that and start to eat again. You continue until you have all four sides of the fence up with a gate in the last side.
    The pigs, which are used to the free corn, start to come through the gate to eat that free corn again. You then slam the gate on them and catch the whole herd.
    Suddenly, the wild pigs have lost their freedom. They run around and around inside the fence, but they are caught. Soon they go back to eating the free corn. They are so used to it that they have forgotten how to forage in the woods for themselves, so they accept their captivity."
    The young man then told the professor,
    "That is exactly what he sees happening in many countries. The governments keep pushing us towards Communism/Socialism and keep spreading the free corn out in the form of programmes such as supplemental income, tax credit for unearned income, tax exemptions, tobacco subsidies, dairy subsidies, payments not to plant crops, welfare entitlements, medicine, drugs, etc., while we continually lose our freedoms, just a little at a time."
    One should always remember two truths:
    1. There is no such thing as a free lunch, and
    2. You can never hire someone to provide a service for you cheaper than you can do it yourself.
    If you see that all of this wonderful government 'help' is a problem confronting the future of democracy, there is hope.
    If you think the free ride is essential to your way of life, then God help you when the gate slams shut!
    Most of the problems we face today are there because the people who work for a living are now outnumbered by those who vote for a living!
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from LION_NTR in vaccine production santha biotech vara prasad reddy views   
    Power lo undi opposition vaccination meeda negative publicity chestunte em peekaru
    Inkenduku mandate teesukundi. 
    Opposition's job is to find fault in everything that gov. does. BJP opposition lo unnappudu petrol price perigithe em chesindi. Gola cheyyaleda? 
    Power loki vachi malli antha kante double prices increase chesaru. 
    Power lo undi opposition meeda padi edavatam endo artham kaadu  
    Adi kuda malli Indian political history lone weakest opposition. 
    Also, going into history. Remember how Indira Gandhi force family planning operations when she was in the power. Sanjay executed the whole thing. 
    At that time, Vajapyee and all Jan Sangh opposed those actions which is correct. Still Indira went ahead with her plans on people since she had power and mandate. 
    That's a ruling gov. should do if they are serious on a policy. 
    Anthe kaani weak opposition ni reason ga chupinchi, chetulu ettadam kaaadu. 
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    dusukochadu reacted to bharath_k in firestar solomon   
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from Flash in TIME on Modi goru   
    https://time.com/6033152/india-media-covid-19/?utm_source=reddit.com
    As India’s COVID-19 second wave began to surge last month, the country’s largest-selling newspaper, the Hindi-language Dainik Bhaskar, splashed its Apr. 15 front page with a night-time shot of a crematorium in the city of Bhopal, dotted with the ghoulish orange glow of pyres. The banner headline declared, “The government’s data are fake, the pyres tell the truth.”
    That day, Bhopal officially reported four COVID-19 deaths. But the paper found that the three crematoriums in the city had conducted the funerals of 112 COVID-19 victims. Similar under-reporting in other parts of the country was called out by newspapers, television channels and online media. In Gujarat, the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the city of Ahmedabad declared 20 COVID-19 deaths on Apr. 12. Local paper Sandesh reported that at just one city hospital, 63 people died of the virus that day.
    The COVID-19 catastrophe unfolding in India is being painstakingly chronicled by Indian journalists, who are holding the government to account for it. For India’s mostly servile media, this is a striking break from the usual after seven years of Modi. It’s also a little late.
    Many Hindi- and English-language news channels, as well as regional news outlets, are unabashedly pro-Modi. They have routinely exaggerated the government’s successes and either glossed over its failures or spun ways to pin them on Modi’s discontents: the opposition, liberals, Muslims, activists, leftists, protesters, NGOs, and other assorted “anti-nationals.”
     
    The government’s handling of the pandemic has now made the scale of COVID-19 damage difficult to hide for even the staunchest of its media friends. But it is that media’s Pavlovian obeisance to power that helped the build-up of this epic tragedy. A media trained to amplify the ruling party uncritically failed to hold it to account when there was time, and force real action. All that has happened—the collapsing healthcare system, the mountains of corpses, the nationwide hunt for oxygen and the scramble for a piece of earth to give the dead the dignity denied to them in life—is as much on the media as it is on the government.
    How watchdogs became poodles
    The taming of India’s media began with Modi’s rise to national power in 2014. His ascent was accompanied by a remaking of the editorial leadership of some of India’s major news organizations, in particular national-level television networks. The previous crop of senior editors, seen to be more loyal to the liberal vision of India rather than his Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Hindu nationalist worldview, were eased out and new channels and news leaders, with fealty to the party and Modi, were established.
    Democratic governments elsewhere seek validation from the media, and their spin doctors toil for favorable headlines. In India, Modi has ensured it is the media outlets—with a few honorable exceptions—that seek the government’s approval. For a dominant section of the media, derisively called “godi media” (Hindi for “lapdog media”), every news show is as much a competition for ratings as it is for gaining the master’s affections.
    India’s federal and provincial governments wield enormous power over media corporations because of their hefty state and party advertising budgets. The federal government alone spent about $270,000 on advertisements every day in the 2019 to 2020 financial year. Access to power and business favors add to the inducements to stay on message. Modi has used these levers to turn some of the biggest names in India’s news industry from barking watchdogs into obliging poodles. Today India ranks 142nd out of 180 territories in the World Press Freedom Index, below the military-ruled states of Myanmar (140) and Thailand (137).
     
    This lowly status is most acutely felt in the poor quality of public information. The media echo chamber ensures that bad news never sticks to the government. Or better still, never gets out. The diversions are blatant and often laughable. When Modi suddenly pulled high-value banknotes from circulation in a supposed war on dark money in 2016—a crippling shock from which the economy never recovered—some news presenters gushed that the replacement notes would come embedded with “nano GPS chips,” making them impossible to hide.
    Amplifying Modi’s narrative on the pandemic
    Just as common as misinformation is the cheerleading for Modi’s every move. Whatever the prime minister does is a “masterstroke.” And so it has been with the handling of the pandemic. India’s first COVID-19 case was confirmed in January last year, but his government dismissed the opposition’s warnings about the coming disaster well into March. “There’s no need to panic,” the country’s health minister tweeted on Mar. 5, 2020. “India DOES have a robust healthcare system which is being appreciated globally.”
    But just a couple of weeks later, Modi declared one of the world’s most severe lockdowns with a mere four hours’ notice. The incomes of millions living in precarity vanished in an instant, triggering an unprecedented mass migration of daily wage earners from the cities back to their villages. Hundreds died trying to get home amid the lockdown. The economy crashed 24%. The number of poor people increased by 75 million, accounting for 60% of the global increase in poverty that year.
    The media protected Modi from any proper public scrutiny of his initial handling of the pandemic. He made repeated television appearances in which he said little of substance and offered no concrete plans to tackle the crisis. Instead, he called for festivals of sound and light, and ordered the armed forces to shower flowers on hospitals—all of it hyped up by doting anchors as proof of Modi’s strong leadership.
    The series of spectacles helped keep the attention away from the crisis affecting migrant laborers and a meltdown of the healthcare system and the economy during the first wave. “Godi media” also chipped in with reports blaming Muslims for spreading COVID-19, following the Delhi gathering of an apolitical Islamic organization called Tablighi Jamaat. The media happily disseminated the idea that this was a deliberate superspreader event, with daily reportage suggesting a wider “corona jihad” by Muslims.
    As the virus waned after the first surge, Modi set the media narrative that it was his “decisive” lockdown that had saved the country, and prematurely declared victory against the disease. Then, even as scientists warned another wave was imminent, Modi led state after state into elections, with every election rally a chance for unmasked crowds to gather while the media whipped up campaign fever with wall-to-wall coverage. While his government stopped preparing for a second wave, television channels gave it prime time slots for the promotion of snake-oil cures for COVID-19 rather than tracking the progress in building up oxygen and hospital capacity.
    The media also amplified Modi’s propaganda touting Indian vaccine leadership. One of the two “Indian” vaccines is homegrown but the major one, the Oxford-AstraZeneca one, is as Indian as Mercedes-Benz is Chinese—simply made in India under an outsourcing contract. Modi wasn’t “giving away” vaccines to the world, as the headlines suggested. Except for a tiny amount of Indian handouts, vaccines manufactured by two Indian companies were sent abroad either as part of an agreed global program of equitable vaccine distribution, or as commercial exports. And there was a lot to export, because Modi wasn’t buying much for his own people.
    Neither did Modi help the two Indian companies scale up production to meet India’s needs, nor did he allow in foreign vaccines, as that would jar with his India vaccine story. Now vaccines are in short supply and the vaccination rate is abysmally low. If the media had demanded to know what exactly he was doing to vaccinate his people, apart from talking about it, India might have tackled the second surge better.
    At every step of the COVID-19 saga over the past year, major sections of the Indian media have abdicated their oversight responsibility. They refused to question Modi, and allowed him to use a national disaster to bolster his image, consolidate power, stifle dissent and masquerade grandstanding as governance. Like Modi, they failed India when India needed them most. Indians and the world now blame Modi’s government for dropping the ball in the fight against COVID-19. Media houses that rolled over for India’s rulers are equally culpable.
     
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    dusukochadu reacted to vk_hyd in Next Goa elections ki ready   
    Avuthunna universal star 😜

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    dusukochadu reacted to rajanani in Lollest 😂😂😂   
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from Ntrforever in Prasanth kishore Team Work in AP ...bumping again   
    Next elections ki intha kante double chestaru. 
    Opposition lo undi anni chesinodu, power lo unte inkenni chestadu. 
    TPT elections was just a preview. 
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from sskmaestro in Serum Institute CEO Jump   
    Not fake
    https://m.businesstoday.in/story/serum-institute-of-india-ceo-adar-poonawalla-plans-to-begin-vaccine-production-outside-india/1/437996.html
    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/adar-poonawalla-aggression-over-covid-vaccines-is-overwhelming-everyone-expects-to-get-theirs-first-bfqbgcm96
    https://www.msn.com/en-in/news/other/covid-19-vaccine-adar-poonawalla-claims-aggressive-calls-from-indias-powerful-as-reason-for-leaving-india/ar-BB1ggoiU
    I never post rumors and hear-says. 
     
     
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    dusukochadu got a reaction from Royal Nandamuri in Parakala on Modi   
    If international media hadn't highlighted the original situation, then this gov. would have completely painted the opposite picture. 
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    dusukochadu reacted to Raaz@NBK in Choose your government wisely   
    Ayana Canada lo kurchuni keyboard ni pisukuta vuntadu bro.. 
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