The curious case of journalism by Ravish Kumar is that he often resorts to shooting the allegations in the dark without backing with any hard evidence,

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France firmly in India’s corner: Kashmir a bilateral issue, strong statements on terrorism

The French President also added that the first Rafale aircraft will reach India next month.

Opposition gathers to protest against abrogation of Article 370, Karti Chidambaram arrives and steals the show

As seen above, Brinda Karat (CPIM), Manoj Jha (RJD) and Ghulam Nabi Azad (Congress) aren't particularly excited at the limelight being taken away from them by Karti.

Caveat filed in Supreme Court against Radha Kumar and Air Vice Marshal (Retd.) Kapil Kak’s petition challenging abrogation of Article 370

A leading Kashmiri Pandit organisation, 'Roots in Kashmir' has filed a caveat in Supreme Court today seeking that no order shall be passed in the petition challenging constitutional validity of abrogation of Article 370 without hearing the caveator.

The Telegraph wrongly identifies pro-Kashmir integration activists as those protesting against abrogation of Article 370

The Telegraph wrongly attributing pro-Kashmir integration march held by Kashmir Youth Movement as 'protests against' the government of India's decision

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Media

PM Modi reveals how Bear Grylls understood his Hindi during ‘Man vs Wild’ show

Speaking during his monthly Mann Ki Baat radio address, PM Modi revealed that Bear Grylls had a small cordless instrument in his ear, which received a simultaneous translation of his conversation into English.

The Wire uses language of the enemy, terms Kashmir as ‘disputed’

The Wire echoes language of Pakistan, says Kashmir is disputed territory

Pakistan uses India Today journalist who created a drama at Srinagar airport to show India in bad light

The theatric by India Today journalist Mausami Singh at Srinagar airport is being used by a desperate Pakistan to further their own narrative about Kashmir.

No shortage, no overpricing: Srinagar administration dismisses rumours of medicine unavailability in Kashmir

The government along with local administration have ensured that while the restrictions are in place, there is no shortage of food, medicines, commodities or services in Jammu and Kashmir.

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Pakistan Senate chairman cancels UAE trip after PM Modi is honoured with ‘Order of Zayed’ and ‘The King Hamad Order of the Renaissance’

Pakistan Senator decided to skip its pre-scheduled trip to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) following PM Narendra Modi recent visit to the nation where he was honoured with ‘Order of Zayed’ and 'The King Hamad Order of the Renaissance'

Frustrated Pakistani Army now wants Shah Rukh Khan to pay attention to them

Major General Asif Ghafoor, the official spokesperson of the Pakistani armed forces, who thinks it is his patriotic and religious duty to be a Twitter troll, has now directed his ranting towards Shah Rukh Khan and his upcoming Netflix series.

Faced with an existential threat, forces inimical to India’s interest and the media will continue to spew venom against India

Two individuals are presently in public eye: One, a high-profile politician; the other a fringe player. Both face serious allegations. Both are under probe. Both claim vendetta. Both are relying on hidden support from within society.

Here is how these 7 opinion pieces in 4 days reveal newspaper The Hindu’s legendary level of meltdown and arrogance

Let’s take a look at the opinion pieces published by The Hindu in their print edition, in this week

Why Indians need to see more of the country they live in

Prime Minister Modi wants us to make at least 15 travels within India by 2022 when India would be a young 75.

All you need to know: Retired judge Abhay Thipsay who joined Congress launched book blaming Hindus for bomb blasts done by Islamic radicals

S M Mushrif is a controversial former Inspector General of Police. He has written a book which claimed that the then ATS chief Hemant Karkare was killed by Hindu radicals

If Congress can’t claim political martyrdom today, the Modi government has only P Chidambaram to thank

After being missing for almost an entire day post the Supreme Court rejecting immediate relief from arrest in the INX media scam case, P Chidambaram went missing.

Head caretaker of UPA castle is arrested and the common Indian is smiling

Enjoy the Whataboutism. By the way, how long before some renowned 'divider' in media tries to size up yesterday’s arrest in terms of caste or regional faultlines? Let’s see who does it first.

All that Pakistan is left with is a war of misinformation: Here are the myths and propaganda about Kashmir

Pakistan has gone to the two of the most dangerous forces for support- A fanatic faith and cruel communism, latter being more fanatic than the former.

Poetic Justice: P Chidambaram falsely hounded Amit Shah and Narendra Modi, now he is on the run for his own transgressions

When P. Chidambaram was the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah was unceremoniously arrested and slapped with charges of murder, extortion, and kidnapping among others over the Sohrabuddin encounter case.

Government & Policy

Read all the big announcements made by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to boost the economy

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced widespread reforms in order to address economic concerns.

Chidambaram hearing: ‘Don’t make false statements’, SG Tushar Mehta slams Kapil Sibal who accused prosecution of ‘handing over a note’ to HC judge

Currently, former Finance Minister P Chidambaram is in five-day CBI custody. A special CBI Court has granted CBI custody of former Union Minister for Finance and Home, P Chidambaram, in the INX Media case till August 26.
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Bollywood, Sports & more

‘Will perform in Pakistan if invited, stop me if you can’: Congress leader and actor Shilpa Shinde defends Mika Singh

Congress leader Shilpa Shinde speaking to the media attacked the two entertainment bodies for banning Mika Singh for performing in Pakistan.

Netflix issues apology: Kerala man gets unwanted calls after his number was attributed to a fictional gangster in Sacred Games 2

Netflix has managed to leave a Kerala man living in the UAE vexed after it mistakingly used his mobile number in its newly launched web series Sacred Games 2.

Akali Dal leader Manjinder Sirsa accuses filmmaker Anurag Kashyap of deliberately disrespecting Sikhs in season 2 of Netflix’s Sacred Games

Anurag Kashyap, the newfound cultural hero of the ultra-left wing, has a long history of abusing people and resorting to fake news on social media. 

BCCI retains Ravi Shastri as Team India’s head coach till T20 World Cup in 2021

The CAC reappoints Mr Ravi Shastri as the Head Coach of the Indian Cricket Team

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A history of India as it happened: Not as it has been written

The revisionism of India’s history books has gained ground in recent decades. Among many such soldiers of truth is Francois Gautier, a foreign French journalist who loved India so much that he stayed put in this country since 1971.