Good News vs Bad
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There is a general consensus the print media these days features violent crime and bad news as their major headlines. The first few pages of any leading daily have detailed coverage of news related to crime, accidents and mishaps in the city/ country. Good news, if any, finds very brief mention somewhere on an inside page. This is a depressing start to the day; moreover it does nothing to provide positive examples for citizens to emulate.
I suggest that this trend be reversed and newspapers should be made to only feature political news and good news in and around the city/country on the first few pages. News related to crime, accidents should be restricted to a page or two after the mid-section. More coverage should be be given to new scientific developments that affect our daily lives in a positive way.
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