In journalism, information is power and the basis of the news. Every bit of news adds to the existing pool of knowledge. A responsible citizen must be adequately informed about the local, national, and international events to make rational choices. Any lacunae or distortion in information hampers the process of correct assessment and correct judgment. Yet, accurate, relevant, and timely information is not just required for the public alone. Even governments and private bodies need correct information. This book is designed to help budding journalists perfect the finer nuances of media writing.