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Media and Scientific Outlook in Culture:

Apart from sharing of deeper values through history and continuous interaction,  the contribution made by  all sections of the people in  our struggle for freedom needs to be emphasised. Under Gandhiji's leadership, people belonging to all faiths and coming  from different parts of the country, participated in  the freedom movement. Gandhiji himself was adeeply religious man but he was  symbolised tolerance and faith in one nation. In. fact, he was a symbol of our composite culture. Jawaharlal Nehru had a vision of modem India. In his vision, the people of India with all their cultural, social and religious diversities had to develop a scientific outlook in  their personal  lives as well as in  the affairs ofthe state. Communication media have  important contribution to make  in creating knowledge of each other's beliefs, in emphasising  the common bonds of history and in developing an objectwe.-not  a prejudiced; a rational,-not  an obscurantist  and an open minded,-not  a rigid or fanatical attitude of mind.  

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