In late 1950’s we were school going children. ‘Show me where it is written’ was an often heard phase. It simply meant that if you are able to show something in print only then it will treated as truth.

Fast forward to 2018. This is an age of information overload. Substantial part of the information available on print, electronic, TV and internet could be mis-information, mis-leading and rumours too.  Even statements made by eminent political leaders need not be true. Such is the age we are living in…

How does trust develop in such an age?



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