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With most newspapers in India controlled by large business groups, a code of silence used to prevent any publication from openly taking a swipe at the editorial policy or business practices of another. So even if the leader failed to guard the reader or misled her with paid content, the media limited itself to an academic debate on the issue. With competition for the advertising buck getting...

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