Seldom do you find the virtues of restrain and responsibility amongst news media amidst the cut-throat competition that exists now a days. Mediaah reports that Times Of India's Pune team had uneartherd the CAT entrance test paper leak the previous evening but chose to exercise restraint and help the police nab the culprits. I think this is one of the finest examples of ethical journalism. Reminds me of the picture of a drowning woman at sea that was published by TOI many years ago that had cause some furore; good to see that they have set some good behest that others may, hoepfully, emulate.