Journalists are expected to report facts without exaggerations. They do not have the liberty to exaggerate. Poets and writers of fiction have the liberty to exaggerate. “De Villiers was quick to get to the ball, running Dravid out at the striker’s end by a mile.” (Aditya Iyer — Gambhir, Tendulkar keep India in hunt —…
I come across repetitions in The Indian Express.
The article â€œThe hormone of laddishnessâ€ that appeared under Science and Technology section on 3/5/2010 was a repetition of the article â€œThe CSI effectâ€ that had appeared on 30/4/2010.
The article â€œThe long march â€“ The yuan and global imbalancesâ€ with a picture of Chinese currency that appeared on 1/7/2010 was a repetition of the article â€œMecca vs Las Vegasâ€ about a Saudi tower with a graph of heights of towers that had appeared on 30/6/2010.