|Thanks for sharing your insights about the importance of newspapers. I agree with you that there is nothing quite like holding the daily news in your hands, flipping its pages and enjoying a cup of coffee.
On the plus side, I like the last part. It's witty yet straightforward.
I'd like to, however, offer some suggestions for making this piece more effective. I'm approaching this as a former English teacher, so I hope you'll take my advice as it's intended: to help.
1. I don't understand why the first all-caps line, which you bolded, is not the title of your piece. I don't think you need both.
2. It doesn't seem that you intended for the whole piece to be in bold print. This should be easy enough to fix. Check and double check your work.
3. The first sentence is long and unwieldy. ("We are living in a global village where every news spreads like a wild fire whether it is about a video of a Syrian kid found dead at a seaside in Turkey or the handshake of Nawaz Sharif and Narendra Modi and we are at click away from them through a number of apps our androids have.") This could easily be broken up into two or three sentences.
4. Since an Android is a brand name, it should be capitalized.
5. "Every news" should be "Every news story."
6. For this topic, you should probably keep the tone professional, since your intended audience is probably adults. (Use "child" instead of "kid.")
7. I recommend running this article through Grammarly or another grammar checker to identify mistakes in usage and punctuation. This piece has several issues that make it hard to read.
8. Remember to indent when you begin a new paragraph. The layout is hard on the eyes.
9. To make your point more effective, be sure to support your general statements. How, for example, are newspapers "spokesmen of human conscience"?
10. To arrange your ideas more clearly, I'd consider rewriting this as a five-paragraph essay: ¶ 1 for introducing the topic, ¶s 2-4 for covering three topics (one paragraph per topic), and ¶ 5 for summarizing and concluding your piece. One topic could be about how many are unaware of world events, another could be about how newspapers prepare the readers for the day, and another could be about how newspapers influence public opinion.
This piece has potential, so I hope you'll give it the TLC it needs to be as effective as possible.