When it comes to having the right information we always trust on the newspapers and online news portals but journalism in action is actually the process of telling as many people as possible, "Guess what happened today!" Many journalists are in a constant race to keep track of what is going on in their towns, their states, their countries, and the world. "Breaking news" is the term used for stories about things that are happening fast—things that people look to journalists to tell them about.
Journalism itself is born with many of its side hustles. It is not easy to just jot down the events that just took place and share it in the form of news. It is not easy to keep up with the ongoing events at the accurate point of time. It also takes an honest individual to see things with an unbiased mind and share the news in its raw form. But there are people who have prepared themselves for these challenges in advance. They have, in other words, programmed themselves for this specialized function. The name is Dharmendra Rajpoot, a TV journalist who has never failed to stick to his work ethics and has been delivering news about the world with his unbiased point of view. His work has now gained a wide recognition and his name is name to honour in the field of journalism.
Setting his firm foundation in the media industry, Dharmendra started his career in 2014 with a passion to bring change in society. His passion tied him up with esteemed news organizations like APN News, News1 India and is currently in close link with TV9 Bharatvarsh.
His vivid point views encapsulate the news of various stories like terror funding from Nepal, Illegal smuggling from Nepal, and Dudhva National Park Me Awaidh Pedo ka Katan.
On being asked about his work experience, Dharmendra Rajpoot said, “ When I work, I don't think of it as a job that needs to be done in order to earn money. For me, it is far more than that, and it is my responsibility. That way, I can always guarantee that I give it my all and that my work is free of flaws. Working in the industry for many years now, I would advise any aspiring journalist to create their own style in order to connect with the public; your distinct identity is what makes you stand out from the crowd.”
His journey of journalism has seen renowned figures from various fields on the channel delivering their own thoughts and opinions on the active crisis. A revolution starts with the reformation of a single person.