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JCDR. 2021; 12(3): 416-422


INDIAN PRESS PROPAGANDA AGAINST PAKISTAN: AN ANALYSIS OF PULWAMA ATTACK AND BALAKOT AIRSTRIKE

Dr. Muhammad Haseeb Sarwar, Asad Ur Rehm, Ayesha Nawal.


Abstract

The Pulwama attack and Balakot Airstrike were two major issues that affected Pak India relations in 2019 and both countries indulged in these issues. The present study is conducted to examine Indian press propaganda against Pakistan on these selected incidents.The study aimed to analyze the nature of propaganda of the Indian press to highlight the selected issues.Two national Indian newspapers are selected to conduct this study, The Times of India and The Telegraph, from February 2019 to July 2019. Application of under Propaganda, Agenda and Framing theory, content analysis is used as a research methodology. The results showed that Indian media used black propaganda to influence their audience negatively and create hate among the people for Pakistan. Indian media and the Indian government always seek a chance to speak against Pakistan, showingIndia's abominable face and crooked government. India's Indian press and press misguided the Pulwama attack and Balakot Airstrike failed in hybrid warfare (Media War) against Pakistan. The government policies strongly affect the newspaper's policy and ultimately, it's creating hate against Pakistan among their p

Key words: Pulwama attack, Balakot Airstrike, Print Media, Propaganda






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