Ban all reality shows

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Almost all channels have been conducting reality shows in which the main attraction is big prize money. Lakhs of aspirants have been sending their candidature through SMS and mobile calls. A very few of them are getting the chance. The remaining aspirants are disappointed.

Recently the government banned the reality shows with children which is a welcome step. The other reality shows are also need to be verified about their credentials.

The most attracting game show is KBC in which lakhs of aspirants from every nook and corner of the country are trying their luck by spending their hard-earned money through SMS and phones.

This is the time to stop and discourage all the reality shows.

S.R. Krishna


Expose the corrupt

The recent Commonwealth Games has stirred every Indian who is concerned about proper spending of public money. The persons whom we elect to run our country are indulged in corruption.

Every media organisation is training its gun on Suresh Kalmadi who is being made the scapegoat. Those who handled thousands of crores of rupees have already planned their escape route.

I am not defending Mr. Kalmadi. But who are the people that supervised the making of bridges, eight-lane roads and stadium? Who are the persons who sold television rights and who are the persons who released over-estimated money? There are lot of questions doing rounds in the country.

We request media organisations not to be part of the game of cover-up attempts by these culprits. They must continue their tirade against the large-scale corruption.

Narendra Mohanty


Corporation appointments

Naveen Patnaik government recently made appointments for various corporations which have become worthless over the years.

I don't know why the State government is continuing with such corporations which are of no use. Politicians who have been rejected by people are being rehabilitated by the government in these corporations.

The State government must come out with a white paper on benefits received by people by these corporations. These organisations are nothing but bugs which eat into healthy government exchequer.

Biju Janata Dal should pay the salary of new chairmen. They must be made honorary head of corporation and deprived of authority on financial matter. Their only work should be to make people aware. And all these efforts should be made by use of party fund.

If State government really wants these corporations achieve their objective, it should have gone for appointment by seeking professional through newspaper advertisements.

Susant Kar




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