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Independence Day Writing Contest for Citizen Journalists

Citizen Matters, Bangalore’s own e-magazine , is looking for your experiences this Independence day – what did you do? Did you go to see the parade? Or attended the flag hoisting in your apartment complex? Or participated in your school function?

Best Entry wins Rs.2500 and a certificate.

Email your entries to editors@citizenmatters.in

Contest opens Aug 15th … closes Aug 18th midnight.

Rules:

* Submissions should be based on original and actual experiences
* Professional journalists are not allowed to participate
* Length of submission should range between 500 to 1000 words
* Enclose your full name, age, address and contact numbers

In two newspapers…

Being more used to writing for the newspapers, it was nice to be featured in two newspapers today; but I have an observation to make about that….

Today’s “Mint” newspaper carried an article by carries an article Kirti Pandey, in the “Life” section, about birdwatching in Bangalore. I have been quoted in the article, as have the two other youngsters who went with me for the associated shoot at Lalbagh.

It’s here

There’s a photograph of the three of us, though it does not show up in the online version.

Also, today’s Economic Times carried an article called “Bird Whisperers”, carries an article Kirti Pandey, about a birdwatching trip that I had organized in Lalbagh a few days ago.

It’s here

(Click on “Live it up” in the list on the left-hand side, and the article will appear.)

The photographs, for which proper credit has been given, were all taken by me during the course of that morning.

But…the thing is…both these articles, are, in a sense, not “real”.

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