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The U.S. State Department wants to set up a media ethics course for journalists in India, the Weekly Standard reported.

The program is titled “Blurred Lines: A Media Ethics Course for Indian Journalists.” The State Department is currently looking for people to submit proposals for the course.

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The U.S. consulate general in Hyderabad, India wants the course, according to the Weekly Standard. The goals of the course include providing journalists with a “baseline understanding of the international industry standards,” and “accuracy, honesty, transparency, impartiality, and accountability.”

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