Why does the Indian Mainstream Liberal Media (MSM) outsource its issues, while the Liberal political parties outsource their political fights ? One of the most â€œout of place doubtsâ€ I recently saw being raised on the Internet was on Quora, a Q&A website. A question was posed, obviously by one of the so called Indian liberals #adarshliberal, to Jimmy Wales the founder of Wikipedia and a contributing member of Quora as to what he thought about the whole Nirbhaya documentary incident being played out in India. The answer was quite predictable, a western sermon to Indians from a supposedly high moral pedestal. Which brings us to the topic of this column â€“ What exactly does a Jimmy Wales have to do with the Nirbhaya documentary episode? With all heartfelt sympathies to the family of the innocent victim in a ghastly episode of violence by an animal in the guise of a man, the way this whole story about the documentary and its purported ban by the government unfolded was an unfortunate chaotic twist to this sad tale of grief and suffering. Without getting into the merits and demerits of filming such a documentary letâ€™s look at the repercussions of invoking foreign players into teaching us the changes that we need to make as an Indian society collectively. What good has this cacophony in the international arena done to us? Nevertheless how much of grief did it lessen for the near and dear ones affected by this dreadful incident? How would an innocent Indian Ph.D. student being denied an admission in Germany after beingstereotyped as a rapist fromIndiahelp the cause of preventing such crimes on the fairer sex in the future? Or rather would effective policing help in India in any way? Do we need a BBC reporter to tell us that there is a problem with mindsets that is triggering wrongs against our women? What about the claims of a sustained campaign against India by a section of the stakeholders inBBCowing their loyalties to our unfriendly neighbour? Are we giving them more ammo for a smear campaign against India and Indians? The solution to one issue may not lie in creating another. Indian liberal Mainstream Media (MSM) and their outsourcing In the not so distant past there was an episode that trumped all acts of liberal imprudence. A certainMs. Duttwho has a knack for figuring out if anything is against the idea of India and of the â€œtruth vs. hypeâ€ fame asked Tulsi Gabbard the lone Hindu senator from US if she was going to be a Hindu her whole life? What kind of logic drives such a question coming from a journalist of such senior repute? The same media house that also proudly claims to be an Indian channel has never even projected the Kashmiri Pandit problem to a detail that it deserves. Yet they have given extra space to secessionists from Kashmir, who wanted separation from India. They also gave space to several controversial figures like Teetsa Setalvad (who is currently being probed for corruption) and Arundhati Roy (who in spite of all her literary acumen did make many statements that can definitely be argued upon!) While in a democracy it is important to give a chance to all voices, but to what extent? At the extent of not giving an equal amount of opportunity to those who actually believe in the idea of India contrary to those who do not? Even in the USA there is an equally big divide between the left leaning liberal mainstream media (MSM) and those who are on the right side of the political spectrum given credence by a select few media houses. Has an Indian politician or media house ever been invited to play judge to the debate between Republicans and Democrats in the US? This particular Indian liberal Mainstream Media channel (MSM) is also considered to be a lighthouse in the sea of Indian liberal waters for strayed over liberal intellectuals and opinion-holders returning from foreign lands who have everything except an Indian passport that has been forsaken (any guesses?). Further continuing about the travails of such liberal indiscretions another famed journalist of the same channel Ms. Nidhi was wrong-footed by a no nonsense British Member of Parliament Barry Gardiner after being egged on by the anchor about the moral standing in dealing with a person like Modi after the 2002 riots? For Godâ€™s sake does it take a foreign MP to put some sense into this liberal journalist with a certain agenda that a person who is exonerated by the Indian courts and is well respected by his own people (the ballot boxes in Gujarat proved this time and again!) isnâ€™t to be commented or judged by a foreigner. More so it would amount to foreign interference! Does this channel or this journalist have a liberal or left leaning agenda that is worth going to any extent?