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IPL 2019 मुंबई इंडियंस-चेन्नई सुपरकिंग्स: 'मोदी राज में अंबानी की टीम कैसे हार सकती है?'

(translation-> MI-CSK: How can Ambani's team lose under Modi's reign?)

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The BBC is the world’s leading public service broadcaster

We’re impartial and independent, and every day we create distinctive, world-class programmes and content which inform, educate and entertain millions of people in the UK and around the world.

Mission, values and public purposes

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Our mission is "to act in the public interest, serving all audiences through the provision of impartial, high-quality and distinctive output and services which inform, education and entertain".

The Charter also sets out our five public purposes:

1. To provide impartial news and information to help people understand and engage with the world around them

The BBC should provide duly accurate and impartial news, current affairs and factual programming to build people’s understanding of all parts of the United Kingdom and of the wider world. Its content should be provided to the highest editorial standards. It should offer a range and depth of analysis and content not widely available from other United Kingdom news providers, using the highest calibre presenters and journalists, and championing freedom of expression, so that all audiences can engage fully with major local, regional, national, United Kingdom and global issues and participate in the democratic process, at all levels, as active and informed citizens.

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The BBC should provide high-quality output in many different genres and across a range of services and platforms which sets the standard in the United Kingdom and internationally. Its services should be distinctive from those provided elsewhere and should take creative risks, even if not all succeed, in order to develop fresh approaches and innovative content.

4. To reflect, represent and serve the diverse communities of all of the United Kingdom’s nations and regions and, in doing so, support the creative economy across the United Kingdom

The BBC should reflect the diversity of the United Kingdom both in its output and services. In doing so, the BBC should accurately and authentically represent and portray the lives of the people of the United Kingdom today, and raise awareness of the different cultures and alternative viewpoints that make up its society. It should ensure that it provides output and services that meet the needs of the United Kingdom’s nations, regions and communities. The BBC should bring people together for shared experiences and help contribute to the social cohesion and wellbeing of the United Kingdom. In commissioning and delivering output the BBC should invest in the creative economies of each of the nations and contribute to their development.

5. To reflect the United Kingdom, its culture and values to the world

The BBC should provide high-quality news coverage to international audiences, firmly based on British values of accuracy, impartiality, and fairness. Its international services should put the United Kingdom in a world context, aiding understanding of the United Kingdom as a whole, including its nations and regions where appropriate. It should ensure that it produces output and services which will be enjoyed by people in the United Kingdom and globally.

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We have established a set of values for everyone working at the BBC. They represent the expectations we have for ourselves and each other, they guide our day-to-day decisions and the way we behave.

Our values are:

  • Trust is the foundation of the BBC. We’re independent, impartial and honest
  • We put audiences at the heart of everything we do
  • We respect each other and celebrate our diversity
  • We take pride in delivering quality and value for money
  • Creativity is the lifeblood of our organisation
  • We’re one BBC. Great things happen when we work together

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We must not get agitated just because its from BBC. This article is quite clearly written by a sicular Indian who happens to work in an hindi outlet for BBC and does not represent views of Britain towards PM Modi. Its similar to how times magazine potrayed Modi as 'Divider in chief' but a little research led to the fact that the writer is a Pakistani.



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45 minutes ago, Austin 3:!6 said:

We must not get agitated just because its from BBC. This article is quite clearly written by a sicular Indian who happens to work in an hindi outlet for BBC and does not represent views of Britain towards PM Modi. Its similar to how times magazine potrayed Modi as 'Divider in chief' but a little research led to the fact that the writer is a Pakistani.



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BBC Hindi is still under BBC. Look at the tone of BBC Hindi and compare it to BBC Urdu...coincidentally both are aligned in thoughts. BBC has a well documented history of Indophobia and Hinduphobia whilst having pro-Islam/Pakistan/Muslim World tilt. We have every right to call out their hypocrisy because they claim to be impartial, and have a long history, global reach, acceptance etc. 

 

I am not sure British people have positive view about India or our ruling party, but since I don't live there won't comment much. I always notice some caution/jealousy/bitterness/insecurity/racism when it comes to British opinion about us. 

 

Coming back to this article, how silly it sounds? Next time Liverpool wins some big title should Indian news channels link it with their politics...I mean this is just moronic at so many levels. 

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17 minutes ago, Gollum said:

BBC Hindi is still under BBC. Look at the tone of BBC Hindi and compare to BBC Urdu...coincidentally both are aligned in thoughts. BBC has a well documented history of Indophobia and Hinduphobia whilst having pro-Islam/Pakistan/Muslim World tilt. We have every right to call out their hypocrisy out because they claim to be impartial, and have a long history, global reach, acceptance etc. 

 

I am not sure British people have positive view about India or our ruling party, but since I don't live there won't comment much. I always notice some caution/jealousy/bitterness/insecurity/racism when it comes to British opinion about us. 

 

Coming back to this article, how silly it sounds? Next time Liverpool wins some big title should Indian news channels link it with their politics...I mean this is just moronic at so many levels. 

Most British people don't care and most people don't like BBC and their leftist tendencies (which includes their bias for Islam). India launches satellites into orbit and they come up with trash lining on our streets. Now this. They can't tolerate success from any country other than their anglosphere. I dont know if its racist as they do similar hits on Russians and Poles. They are definitely pro-anglo countries and islam

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