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Two articles, one dangerous agenda: Shekhar Gupta led The Print furthers the ‘righteous Jihad’ narrative
Chitralekha Zutshi begins her article in The Print in a sombre and sad tone, stating Kashmiriyat is dead, while Zainab Sikander lamented the loss of voice of Muslims because of Jinnah
Shekhar Gupta’s The Print says Muslims silent over Tabrez Ansari, after multiple violent protests by Muslim mobs rocked parts of India
In the article, titled 'Indian Muslims are silent over Tabrez Ansari because of Muhammad Ali Jinnah', Shekhar Gupta led The Print argues that the Indian Muslim community has been beaten into silence by the all-encompassing Evil Hindu Fascism.
Shekhar Gupta and The Print sell their soul, blame Yediyurappa for a Kumaraswamy era scandal that names Congress leaders
Bengaluru Commissioner Bhaskar Rao is now under the scanner for using power brokers close to the Congress party to get himself a job. The Print released the transcript, but not without adding its own lies
Shekhar Gupta’s The Print pronounces punishment for the convicted in Kathua case even before the court does
In one of its reports, the Print, which has a habit of distorting facts, proclaimed the judgement even before the honourable court did. The court is scheduled to deliver the sentence this afternoon at 2 PM.
The Print publishes a bogus and statistically inaccurate ‘research’ to claim retweeting PM Modi increases chances to get LS ticket
Titled “Retweeting Modi increases BJP MPs’ chances of getting a Lok Sabha ticket: Study,” The Print article was written by Barbara De Alfaro, a student of political science at UC Berkeley
The Print article by Shekhar Gupta on air battle after Balakot airstrikes peddles faulty analysis, half truths and whole lies
In most cases, commentators have tried to be factual and present as accurate an account of the aerial battle as possible. A noted exception has been an article carried in The Print and written no less by Shekhar Gupta.
Yogendra Yadav’s malicious article in The Print should be welcomed: It is almost an admission that Modi is coming back to power
The article published by Yogendra Yadav in The Print can be viewed as an indirect recognition of Prime Minister Modi coming back to power so we must welcome it.
It is indeed worrisome how big media like The Print, which is run by the Editors Guild chief Shekhar Gupta, no less and The Telegraph spread rumours and lies about the Polio vaccine
The Print indulges in scaremongering, spreads fake news about shortage of polio vaccine in the country
The Print published an alarming report saying that India doesn’t have polio vaccine for the next round of immunization, which turned out to be fake
Not only is the media sowing seeds of divisions within the country, outlets like Shekhar Gupta's The Print are also providing a platform to Khalistanis to further their anti India agenda
Cambridge distances itself from The Print report after OpIndia fact-check, The Print continues to obfuscate
Reacting to our report, CAIE said that they are aware of the inaccuracies in Shekhar Gupta led The Print article
The Print concocts Cambridge survey conclusions about ‘most Indian girls students aspiring to become journalists and psychologists’
The Print led by Shekhar Gupta has published an article based on a census report by Cambridge Assessment International Education with conclusions which appear completely made up
The article by Shivam Vij in question talks about an economic slowdown that is being projected for the year ahead.
‘Liberal’ meltdown for Statue of Unity is getting more creative with Shekhar Gupta’s The Print leading the charge
The liberal meltdown against the 'Statue of Unity' has been flush with myriad excuses.
Fact-Check: The Print publishes drivel by a YouTuber running the Statue of Unity down, here is the truth
Sardar wanted to create a strong and modern India, we’ve made considerable progress on that front so isn’t it time that we gave our unsung heroes their due?
Taslima lies about Hindu temples that don't allow women
After trying to divide India on caste lines, Shekhar Gupta’s The Print resorts to fuelling regional divide
This is not the first time that the media has used a tragedy to further their sinister agenda
Congress and the ecosystem nurtured by it would love to see Hindus persecuted should Congress come to power.
The Wire, in its 26 August video, had claimed that no newspapers are being printed in Kashmir and it is a situation 'worse than the emergency'.
Journalist Aunindyo Chakravarty says govt should print money and distribute among people to revive economy, Ravish Kumar agrees
Ravish Kumar and Aunindyo Chakravarty suggest the government to randomly increase currency circulation in the country to counter ongoing slowdown
Columnist at Shekhar Gupta’s ThePrint spreads Pakistani and Khalistani propaganda about London protests on Article 370 abrogation
Zainab Sikander of ThePrint has dubbed the Pakistani and Khalistani protests a "movement by the people for the people of Kashmir".
Shekhar Gupta led ThePrint publishes fake news again, USA denies reports of India informing USA before abrogating Article 370
Shekhar Gupta's The Print resorted to peddling false news after it claimed that the Modi government had briefed the US about its plans to scrap Article 370 twice.
Gajanand Hosale is likely to submit his application on the 23rd of July to the city unit president of Congress Ramesh Bagwe.
[Video] Sprinter Dutee Chand creates history, wins gold at the Universiade, the World University Games in Naples
Dutee took 11.32 seconds to finish the 100 mtrs sprint
Author lashes out on Shekhar Gupta’s ThePrint for distorting and misinterpreting his talk and lying in the report
The report was about a speech that the author had given at the India International Centre in Delhi last week. Instead, it turned out to be riddled with multiple factual errors and lies.
Union Budget 2019: Govt imposes 10% custom duty on newsprint and 5% on printed books to encourage domestic industry
The duty would be levied on both the uncoated paper used for printing of newspapers and lightweight coated paper used for magazines.
When you don’t understand cricket, don’t tweet, else you’d sound like this journalist from The Print
Jyoti Malhotra, a journalist at the Print, which often peddles fake news, wore the hat of a cricketing expert during the India-Afghanistan World Cup match on Saturday.
The 20-page weekly English print edition was launched eight years after the company launched its online news portal.
Shekhar Gupta’s ThePrint distorts history: Claims Mughals introduced grapes to India, social media schools the author
Grapes have been part of Indian cuisine centuries before the Mughals invaded India
Arnab Goswami talks about some unPRINTable facts: Who got free flats and land? Who are the people now promoting freebie culture?
Arnab slammed the comment "It is an era of freebies" and stated that India has stated through votes that it is an era of aspirations, ambition, merit and not freebies.