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UK Labour MP Barry Gardiner who had taken NDTV’s Nidhi Razdan to task over her Modi-hate comes out in support of revocation of Article 370
Gardiner had in 2013 invited the then Gujarat CM Narendra Modi to address the UK house of commons. He has penned an op-ed highlighting how the abrogation of Article 370 will bring justice and equality for the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Nidhi Razdan of NDTV twists Piyush Goyal’s statement to claim Railways failed in fulfilling jobs creation promise
Nidhi Razdan conducted an entire debate on misinformation regarding a statement by Piyush Goyal on jobs creation in the railways
Nidhi had earlier conducted an entire debate on NDTV based on fake news.
Nidhi Razdan, later on, accepted her tweet was misleading and deleted the same. Nidhi Razdan has been caught many times previously for spreading disinformation.
Various facts were highlighted to Nidhi Razdan
Twitter user followed by Nidhi Razdan and Congress spokesperson spreads fake news about Mumbai floods
He has since then deleted the tweet
Nidhi Razdan needs to think harder before her snide remarks
The nuances have been explained with an easy to understand example
Not friends anymore?
We have to admit, Barkha Dutt was smarter
NDTV helps an abusive troll masquerading as a journalist further her blatant lies.
Throw these people in jail. Don't you dare touch Nidhi's air conditioner.
Why let facts come in way of propaganda?
Nidhi Razdan didn’t jump inside a tub like some other reporters, but in spirit, she was right there
NDTV journalist Nidhi Razdan questioned Election Commission about the ongoing Gujarat assembly elections.
Assorted Lutyens’ journalists and their sympathisers join hands to defend Pallava Bagla’s boorish behaviour
NDTV journalist Pallava Bagla heckled an anxious senior scientist at ISRO who had come out to address the media to explain about the failure in communication of the Vikram Lander.
Incompetence or malice? Journalists mistake BJP press conference to the PM’s, attack PM Modi for not taking questions
PM Modi was present in BJP president's press conference, but media thought it was PM's press conference and wondered why PM didn't take questions
Robert Vadra posts inked selfie with Paraguay flag instead of Indian flag, deletes tweet after gaffe gets called out
Robert Vadra deleted his tweet with Paraguay flag after being pointed out
Perhaps the union of Dhruv Rathee and NDTV is destiny after all, like a river eventually merging with the sea, individual fake news peddlers probably have to merge one day with the ocean of lies and fake news that is NDTV.
Congress-friendly journalist tries to shield Dynasty, but Rahul Gandhi spoils the party by pulling a Rahul
Even though journalist Pallavi Ghosh sends out feelers to Congress President, he goes ahead and does completely the opposite.
Pulwama attack: Justice doesn’t give a tiny rat’s furry posterior about the sensibility of elites who go where the money takes them
Pulwama attack victims' mortal remains weren't even cold yet. The candles lit by the nation has not even been blown out by a sorrowful sigh of the nation, that the vultures started circling the remains
The TIME has run an insidious article insinuating that the BJP uses volunteers to spread fake news on Whatsapp
Here is what made it to the news today
Picture of Bollywood artists with Modi ruin the carefully crafted narrative of the Left-Liberal cabal, and they can’t handle it
Karan Johar, Ranveer Singh, Ranbir Kapoor, Ekta Kapoor, Alia Bhatt among those posing for a selfie with Modi
In a ridiculous tweet, Nandy said that he finds GST offensive. He said that the State is deciding what is "good for us" and what is "sinful"
News has emerged that 83 retired IAS officers had penned an open letter demanding the resignation of Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.
A tale of two mobs: Rioting mob in Bulandshahr does not garner media sympathy, but in Kashmir it does
Why are some innocent lives less equal than others?
The SC today dismissed all the petitions over the Rafale deal.
If Congress has not forgotten the 1996 elections, they would very well know they are on a sticky wicket here.