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2011

Anna Hazare's fight against corruption: Battle won, war on

The instant of victory came on 11/4 /11 at 10.30am. Having humbled a government and captured the imagination of a nation, the frail 73-year-old broke his fast by first offering sips of water to women who had fasted with him. Anna Hazare then had a glass of juice.
The Gandhian leader's marathon ended on the fifth morning of his protest with a large crowd of supporters breaking into loud cheers even as hundreds more poured in at Jantar Mantar, ground zero of the campaign to ensure civil society's participation in drafting the Lokpal Bill.

Japan earthquake

Earthquake-triggered tsunamis sweep shores along Iwanuma in northern Japan on March 11. The magnitude 8.9 earthquake slammed Japan's eastern coast unleashing a 13-foot (4-meter) tsunami that swept boats, cars, buildings and tons of debris miles inland.
It was one of the most powerful to ever hit Japan. However, it appears to be nowhere near as destructive as the 9.3-magnitude earthquake that shook Indonesia – the second-largest in recorded history – and prompted a tsunami that killed more than 300,000 people in over a dozen countries.
The epicenter of the earthquake was 80 miles off the coast of Sendai in northeast Japan .
Osama bin Laden killed in Pakistan

US president Barack Obama said bin Laden, the most-wanted fugitive on the US list, had been killed on 2nd May 2011 in a US operation in the Pakistani city of Abbottabad, about 61km north of Islamabad. “Tonight, I can report to the people of the United States and the world, the United States had carried an operation that has killed Osama bin Laden, a terrorist responsible for killing thousands of innocent people," Obama said in a statement.
"Today, at my direction, the United States carried out that operation... they killed Osama bin Laden and took custody of his body. "The death of bin Laden marks the most significant achievement to date against al-Qaeda. "We must also reaffirm that United states is not and will never be at war against Islam.
William weds Kate as billions watch

With not one but two kisses and tender whispered words, Prince William and Kate Middleton smiled and blushed on 29th April 2011 as they started their life as future king and queen. 
They appeared at ease throughout their wedding day, with William fighting back giggles at times, while Kate's smile lit up television screens, especially when her new husband leaned over to say, "You look beautiful."
An estimated 2 billion people tuned into the live broadcast in what may have been the most-viewed event in history.,
Bhanwari Devi case: Rajasthan minister sacked

Rajasthan's Water Resources Minister Mahipal Maderna, who is suspected to be involved in the case of mysterious disappearance of nurse Bhanwari Devi, has been sacked from his post on 16th Oct2011. Bhanwari(36) went missing on September one. Devi was posted as auxiliary nurse midwife at a sub-centre in Jaliwada village, around 120 km from Jodhpur district, Her name had sprung up sometime back after a CD which allegedly showed her in compromising position with the minister and an MLA was circulated.
Muhammad Hosni Sayyid Mubarak

Muhammad Hosni Sayyid Mubarak served as the fourth President of Egypt from 1981 to 2011. Mubarak was appointed Vice President of Egypt in 1975, and assumed the presidency on 14 October 1981, following the assassination of President Anwar El Sadat. His almost thirty-year presidency made him Egypt's longest-serving ruler since Muhammad Ali Pasha.
Mubarak was ousted after 18 days of demonstrations during the 2011 Egyptian revolution when, on 11 February, Vice President Omar Suleiman announced that Mubarak had resigned as president and transferred authority to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces.
India Won World Cup2011

An inspired India on 2nd April 2011 night regained the coveted World Cup after 28 years as they suppressed Sri Lanka with a six-wicket victory in a nerve-wrecking final to script a glorious new chapter in their cricketing history. 
The World Cup title triumph, coming as it did after more than two decades, was doubly special for Sachin Tendulkar since it was the only silverware missing from his collection. 
It was also a fitting farewell to coach Gary Kirsten, for whom it was the last day in office as the Indian coach.
2G scam: SC rejects Kanimozhi's bail plea

The apex court said she could invoke section 437 of criminal procedure code which provides for grant of bail to women in cognizable offences. This means Kanimozhi and other accused, including A Raja and corporate biggies, must wait in jail for framing of charges before they can move fresh bail pleas. The case was heard by a bench headed by Justice GS Singvi. Kanimozhi and Kumar have been accused by the CBI to be involved in the illegal transaction of ` 200 crore to Kalaignar TV which was alleged to be a bribe given by a telecom operator which had benefited in the scam.
Muammar Gaddafi is dead

Muammar Gaddafi, who ruled Libya from 1969 until August this year, has been killed by forces loyal to the country's new government. The Libyan government has confirmed his death. Gaddafi 69, was reportedly found hiding in a drain outside Sirte, where he and and others had taken shelter after their convoy was hit by a Nato airstrike as it attempted to escape. An NTC representative said up to 17 senior members of the Gaddafi regime have been apprehended or killed. There have been reports that his sons Mutassim Gaddafi and Saif al-Islam have been killed but other reports say Mutassim has been captured alive and that al-Islam has fled.
Rupert Murdoch's phone-hacking scandal

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch told UK MPs investigating the phone-hacking scandal that "this is the most humble day of my life." Appearing before British MPs to answer questions about hacking by News of the World journalists, the News Corp Chairman said he had "lost sight" of the paper's management.
He said he was "absolutely shocked, appalled and ashamed" when he heard that a phone belonging to murdered teenager Milly Dowler had been targeted by the News of the World. He explained he had to axe Britain's best-selling Sunday paper because he felt "ashamed at what happened".
2010

Obama's visit

This year in November 2010, the US President Barack Hussain Obama's visit to India was one of the most important international new events in the global media. Apart from announcing support for New Delhi's bid for a permanent seat in the UN Council, he also asked Pakistan to bring culprits of 26/11 attacks to justice. In a three-day historic trip Obama announced $ 10 billion (nearly Rs 44, 000 crore) in business deals, aiming to reassure at home that countries like India offer benefits for US jobs rather than causing unemployment through outsourcing

2G Spectrum Scam

The year 2010 has been turbulent for the government. Scam in distributing 2G licenses and spectrum allotment in 2008 which allegedly deprived the government of an estimated 1.76 lakh crores in revenue occupied the media headlines whole of the year. A Raja, the Minister for IT & Communication became the centre of the storm having given preferential treatment to some companies bending all the rules and policies. Raja issued 122 new 2G mobile licenses to many ineligible companies with least experience in the telecom sector at a price set in 2001.
The scandal rocked the nation involving even the PM and the UPA government who were targeted by the opposition in the Parliament, stalling its winter session demanding a JPC to probe the scam. The matter was highlighted after the 3G auctions in April 2010 brought in about Rs 68000 crores for the government compared to only Rs.1650 crores from 2G licences.The scandal forced A Raja to resign.

Commonwealth Games (CWG) Scam

2010 was an year of scams. A major scam also hit the Commonwealth Games (CWG) hosted by India in New Delhi in October 2010. The allegations included kickbacks and favouritism in granting contracts for the Queen’s Baton Relay in UK, hiring and purchasing overlay equipment for the game venues etc. The blame went to the OC and its senior officials including none other than the sports administrator Suresh Kalmadi.
The Chief Vigilance Commissioner is investigating the scam now. Media has tried hard to bring into limelight all the inadequacies related to the games including contracts given by Delhi Government and departments like MCD, PWD and DDA.

Radia Controversy

Until November 2010 Nira Radia was in oblivion but thanks to phone transcripts leaked by a media company, exposing brains behind the 2G scam. She talked to India's top brasses (Politicians, bureaucrats, corporate people and senior journalists) and came into the headlines as the PR consultant/ lobbyist who masterminded the appointment of A Raja as the Minister for IT and Communication and also influenced the distribution of 2G licenses by communicating directly with the Telecom Minister A Raja in 2008. She made her channels through senior journalists like Barkha Dutt and Vir Sanghvi. She runs PR firm Vaishnavi Corporate Communications and her clients include Ratan Tata, Mukesh Ambani and Prannoy Roy (NDTV). Recorded tapes of her conversations became a big draw on all news channels. Radia phone lines were under surveillance by the income Tax Department between 2008 and 2009.

Adarsh Society Scam

Adarsh Housing Society controversy erupted over how the Adarsh Society in Colaba, Mumbai, originally meant to be a six storey structure to house Kargil War heroes and their families made politicians, bureaucrats and their kins as its members allotting flats to them at dirt cheap rates. Scam involved two ex-chiefs of Army, Maharashtra CM Ashok Chavan and many other politicians and many other senior state officials and politicians who got favours from the Society. Ashok Chavan had to resign. The scam came into the public eye because of endless efforts by the media. 

FIFA World Cup

The 19th FIFA World Cup took place in South Africa for the first time from 11 June to 11 July, 2010. The occasion was marked by magnificent global promotion by the hip-shaking Shakira and her “Waka Waka” FIFA theme song. It was also the first FIFA World Cup broadcast in High Definition format (HD) and also 3D. Paul, the oracle octopus from Weymouth, England became an international hero after it predicted the game results 100 % correct. Paul died soon after 2010 FIFA World Cup was over. At last, it was Spain that won the glittering trophy of FIFA World Cup

Ayodhya Verdict

Ayodhya verdict remained of the dirtiest of disputes in the history of Independent India. Speculations of communal violence were rife once the verdict of the court case was in the Media. Security was beefed up across the country before the Court gave their decision on September 30, 2010. Thanks to the restraint shown by the media in not spreading the rumors and reporting responsibly that the verdict of dividing the land in three equal parts giving each to the warring factions was accepted peacefully.

Maoist Attacks

Year 2010 witnessed resurgence ofMaoist attacks on civilians and on the police force. There have been sporadic Maoist attacks in Andhra Pradesh, west Bengal, Orissa, Jharkhand and Bastar regions of Chhattoisgarh. Dantewada bus bombing and many such attacks witnessed the worst-ever massacre of the CRPF jawans and civilians. On 28 May, 2010 Maoist sabotaged a railway track to derail the Gyaneshwari Express, killing at least 65 people. 
The news channels covered the attacks in detail highlighting loopholes in the administration and the laxity of security forces. Media resorted to objective reporting rather than relying on sensationalism.

Success of Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2010

At the start, Commonwealth Games appeared to look as a catastrophe with everything going wrong. Matters had reached such a stage that there was a probability that the sporting extravaganza would not take place at all. Poor preparation of the venues, heavy rains flooding the venue areas, falling bridges and snakes in the games village made many countries threaten to pull out of the games. However the opening ceremony, showcasing India's culture and entertainment using the latest technology captured International attention and the focus was put back on sporting performances. For the first time Prasar Bharati broadcast live in High Definition (HD).
Hosting CWG in Delhi became a pride of the country, comparing it with the Beijing Olympic Opening. Another silver lining was the record 100-plus medal tally that Indian team got for the country.

Big Bang of 2010-Wikileaks

Wikileaks have angered governments, leaders, and citizen all over the globe. They reveled the US government's internal attitude in dealing with various international issues in contrast with what it pretends outside. It revealed the double standards of the US officials in dealing with Indo-Pak conflict, Afghan war, nuclear deals etc. It has ripped open the face of US by releasing over 250,000 diplomatic cables from 274 U.S embassies leading to red faces around the world. The leaks are the brainchild of Julian Paul Assange, an Australian journalist, publisher and Internet activist, who is being termed a high tech terrorist now and hounded by the American Government.

2009

Satyam Scam

In the very first week of January, 2009, India got stunned after the founder-chairman of one of the country's largest IT services companies R. Raju admitted to a financial fraud worth 1.5 billion dollars. Of the revenue reported as of Sep.30, 2008, almost 1.03 billion dollars, or 95 percent, never existed, Raju revealed. 
The scam dominated not just the Indian media but the global media as well since Satyam's stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange, it had business operations in 66 countries and counted 185 companies in the Fortune 500 list as its clients and customers. The events related started unfolding when Raju has failed to merge his son's companies Maytas Properties and Maytas Infra with Satyam. The failed attempt acted as a red flag for international investors, with a host of companies accusing Satyam of fraud, forgery and breach of contract.

26/11 attack on Mumbai

The 26/11 attack on Mumbai in 2008 ruled the media reports throughout 2009. The year began with the Pakistani media revealing the lone alive terrorist involved in 26/11 Ajmal Amir Kasab's Pakistani identity which the Pakistan Government was denying, initially and accepetd it only in January 2009. Events related to Kasab's conviction, confession to the court, his lawyers leaving his case etc. were ruling the media reports until the involvement of David Coleman Headley along with his aide Tahawwar Hussain Rana came to the fore. The two were captured by the American Intelligence Agency FBI. The Indian intelligence agencies are yet to interrogate the two accused for plotting the 26/11 attack. The Indian media especially electronic media gave extensive coverage to the first anniversary of 26/11 in a way exagerating the event that has actually overshadowed the US visit of Dr Manmohan Singh who was the first state visitor during Obama's presidency as the latter event, coinciding 26/11 anniversary got less coverage in Indian electronic media.

The Election Year

Barack H Obama becoming the first Afro-American President of the United States got the maximum coverage in media across the world and India was no exception. Though, often the blame was put on the Hindi news channels for exageration but this time, all the English new channels left no room for a “fair coverage” as some of them even broadcast the innaugural ceremony live and continued running the stories associated with Barack Obama, days after his innugural on January 20. In India, Dr Manmohan Singh took oath as the Prime Minister for the second consecutive term and has become the second PM after Pt. J .L .Nehru to get this honour.

Moon Mission

India's maiden moon mission Chandrayaan-I has ended four decades of speculations whether there is water on moon when the NASA scientists on September 24, 2009 announced that Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3), a NASA instrument onboard Chandrayaan-I had detected wavelengths of reflected light that would indicate a chemical bond between hydrogen and oxygen in materials on the thin layer of upper soil. The findings were highlighted as “One Big Step for India” and “A Giant Leap for Mankind” by the Indian media including print as well as electronic hailing the role of Chandrayaan in the finding. Interestingly, the media along with other had raised questions on the mission as it was aborted on August 29, 2009 as opposed to the intended two years.

Chand-Fiza

The story of Chand-Fiza is no less than a funtoosh Bolywood masaala movie and gave the perfect blend to news media especially electronic media to garner the highest TRPs. Chander Mohan, the former Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana resurfaced after marrying to his beloved Anuradha Bali alias Fiza and converted to Islam with her, adopting the name Chand Mohammad to facilitate a legal second marriage. He was disowned by his father Bhajan Lal, the former CM of Haryana. The two-month old marriage, however landed into a break-up. During the ups and down in the high-profile drama, Fiza had also attempted suicide at her residence in Mohali on January 29, 2009 after the missing reports of Chandr Mohan. While Chandr Mohan was re-admitted to the Bishnoi community, Fiza sticks with her muslim identity. She has also filed a case against her ex husband and even announced to join politics.

Swine Flu

Swine Flu, a new strain of H1N1 influenza virus has become familiar to most of the people across the globe as the virus spread across the continents. The outbreak began in Veracruz, Mexico, with evidence that there had been an ongoing epidemic for months before it was officially recognized in April 2009. It has killed over 11,000 people and there were 6.2 lakhs people infected with the virus worldwide. In India, the death toll has crossed 500. The Indian media played a very significant role in spreading the awareness about the flu as well as highlighting the government's preparedness to deal with the pandemic ever since the first case was reported at the Hyderabad airport on May 13.

Global Warming

Climate change was the buzz word during most of the year as the developed countries were lobbying against the developing nations such as China and India, asking them to put a curb on their greenhouse emmissions. The Inter-Government Pannel on Climate Change (IPCC) has said that the greenhouse emmission has resulted in an increase of 0.56 to 0.94 degree celcius in the earth's average temperature since mid 20th century and even predicts for a further 1 degree celcius increase by the end of 21st century.

Asaram Bapu

Asaram Bapu, the “so-called” saint having millions of followers remained in trouble till the end of 2009. The Supreme Court had turned down his application on December 18, 2009 seeking stay on his arrest in an attempt to murder case, last year. The mysterious deaths in his ashrams in Gujrat and Madhya Pradesh invited the public ire as well as the media attention. Even, his former aide Raju Chandok who had served in his Ashrams for 20 years had come out in open against him. Though, the matter is still subjudice.

V Parbhakaran

It became official when Sri Lankan president Rajapaksha declared the four-decade old war to an end of LTTE geography in Sri Lanka with the death of their legendary leader Vellupillai Prabhakaran on May 19, 2009. The media around the world carried the news of his death. The Military, though had already declared that the rebel leader had died while trying to escape advancing Sri Lanka Army troops in the north of the country on May 17, 2009. Indian media has given special attention to the events. Prabhakaran was also accused of killing former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi

Michael Jackson dies

Michael Jackson's funeral was touted to be one of the biggest events in the history of world media, with over one billion people from across the globe tuning in to watch the final farewell to the King of Pop. The TRP ratings for international channels such as Star World, CNN and BBC, which telecast the two-hour event live touched sky high ratings. In India too, there was an increase of about 50 per cent viewership for the channels telecasting this event on July 7 night. Several people who were unable to tune into television turned to web TV where numerous websites had millions of people logging in to watch the star's final moments.

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