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1/D-96
Feb 24, 2012
03:51 PM

the only thing that should be done for media, is stop paid news, and if they call themselves 4th pillar of democracy, they should not be working for profits, make them non-profit organizations, that way they won't be after money, so they wont get corrupt to publish paid news.

Rajesh, Bangalore
2/D-120
Feb 24, 2012
07:36 PM

 Can we have some regulation to shut up Sibal's mouth? I am willing to pay for the tons of plaster that would be required to shut this man up.

Ganesan, Nj
3/D-130
Feb 24, 2012
08:44 PM

Indira had BV Keskarji,

Sonia has Sibalji,

Social media needs controlji,

So says this brain with zero lossji,

Ever waiting for the next orderji,

Han, karega madamji.

S.S.Nagaraj, Bangalore
4/D-141
Feb 24, 2012
10:37 PM

Politicians and their politics need strict regulations than anyone else.. Media comes second.

Lalit Jha, Houston
5/D-2
Feb 25, 2012
12:15 AM

>> I don't understand how I am an enemy

Because you are also an idiot.

>> My only question is why should social media not be a subject

Because it's different.

Movies are subject to censorship. Why are books, theater and paintings not subject to the same?

Whats InAName, San Francisco
6/D-6
Feb 25, 2012
12:42 AM

With Sibal at the helm, they have only two choices:

1. Turn into a 'Banned Social Media'; or

2. Toe his line to turn into 'Anti-social Media'

The Irreverent Indian
Online, India
7/D-36
Feb 25, 2012
09:31 AM

Ganeshan,

Plaster may not be enought to shut up this jackass.

Amit, Tucson
8/D-100
Feb 25, 2012
04:51 PM

 "Social Media Too Needs Regulations: Kapil Sibal"

This is the social media speaking and we don't need your services. Goodbye. *Slam door shut*

nobody inparticular, Mumbai
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