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JJC report on detention of minors in Kashmir slams reports by media portals, calls it 'fictional imagination'

Read details: Juvenile Justice Committee report on ‘minor boys arrested in Kashmir’ calls out lies of Quint, Scroll, and Washington Post

Interestingly, the 'activists' Eenakshi Ganguly and Shanta Sinha had based their petition not on actual complains but on reports by news portals such as The Quint, The Scroll, Caravan and Washington Post.

Anti-BJP accounts on social media, including Huffpost, Scroll journalist, celebrate death of Manohar Parrikar

As the sad news of passing away of Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar came in, social media was filled with condolence messages from people in every spectre of life, from politicians to celebrities to ordinary netizens, irrespective of their political affiliation. Manohar Parrikar was known for his simplicity and no-nonsense attitude, and most people expressed their genuine grief to the tragic news. But that was not true for all people, as many people on Social media seemed to celebrate the death of BJP leader. And obviously, these comments came from such people who oppose the political ideology of BJP. As can...

Fact check: Did Modi govt hold telecom companies responsible for abusive messages to journalists, as alleged by Scroll?

The government has not held the telecom companies responsible for offensive messages, only they are asked to take action against senders of such messages

Scroll whitewashes celebrations of Pulwama attack, instead targets those who complained about celebrations

Reporting identities of those who celebrated terror attack to law enforcement agencies is a bigger crime than the terror attack

After BBC, Scroll uses ‘research’ to make fantastical claims that the research itself does not support

Fake news: In the article titled, "How India Votes: The news media is helping BJP win elections – and the public does not mind", Scroll has used 'research' to make spectacular claims about PM Modi and BJP win, that is not evidenced at all by the research they have cited

Scroll blames Tripura government for implementing law on cannabis

Tripura government attacked for stopping illegal ganja cultivation.

The recurring myth of breast tax doesn’t seem to die down, this time propagated by ‘Scroll’

sensationalised, vulgar hype to elicit strong response

Scroll takes down article that attempted to whitewash barbaric Khalji’s crimes and malign Rajputs

Scroll takes down a malicious article vilifying Rajputs

Scroll now says that it is ‘Hindu nationalism’ to speak for Hindu riot victims in Bangladesh

From 'terror has no religion', the 'liberals' have now gone to 'expressing concern for human rights has a religion'.

How Sonam Kapoor attacked Sri Sri over a report in Scroll.in which misquoted him

And the media misquotes Sri Sri Ravi Shankar yet again

Why Scroll’s article on Vivekananda is a textbook case of Hinduphobia

Scroll had published an article which accused Swami Vivekananda of laying the foundations of India's politics of sectarianism

How this Scroll reporter tried desperately to give communal spin to a criminal incident

Even though the evidence was there on video, a Scroll reporter was hell bent on proving what he imagined.

After being exposed, Scroll changes headline & body of article on UP’s Kabab shop

How the same story can be told in two different ways

Scroll spreads lies about Kabab shop closing down due to UP Govt ‘crackdown on meat’

The joint was just temporary closed on Wednesday and is now open

This Scroll reporter can write reports on anything just by imagining things

Find out when a reporter should legitimately use anonymous sources in his reportage.

Scroll at it again, spins Child Labour amendments in all possible ways

Indian MSM resorts to lying once again to defame Modi Government

How Scroll and Firstpost falsely blamed Modi for acts of an NGO

Blatant lies being used to manufacture stories against Narendra Modi.
RSS linked govt employee data

Congress govt in Rajasthan begins process to identify RSS members, asks employees to declare affiliation details

A BJP MLA from Ajmer called this unprecedented action 'vendetta politics' which could not be tolerated.
Unidentified woman raped, shot dead and burnt in Buxar, Bihar

Bihar: Burnt body of girl recovered with bullet wound on head, police suspect rape

The post mortem report hints that the girl was raped before being shot dead and burnt by the perpetrators.

West Bengal: BJP District President’s house, car vandalised, alleges TMC goons also beat up party workers when they tried to intervene

West Bengal: BJP-TMC clashes have been occurring with remarkable frequency ever since the saffron party emerged as a threat to Mamata Banerjee’s political power

Three questions that should be asked and debated around Sadhvi Pragya calling Godse a deshbhakt

Sadhvi Pragya, the BJP MP from Bhopal has landed in yet another controversy by calling Nathuram Godse a patriot
The cyber cell of police informed about the objectionable posts on Sunday

Uttar Pradesh: Police officer suspended for posting ‘indecent photographs’ of PM Modi on social media

Social media has often been used as a platform to thumb a nose at Modi and his policies
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi remains silent on 26/11

Partying then, silent now: How Rahul Gandhi continues to insult the victims of 26/11 carnage

While the country remembers 26/11 in horror and mourns the trail of dead bodies, Rahul Gandhi has maintained a stoic silence.
west bengal

West Bengal assembly by-poll: BJP candidate manhandled and thrashed in Karimpur allegedly by Trinamool workers

Vice President of West Bengal BJP manhandled and assaulted allegedly by Trinamool workers
Muslim personal law board member supports hanging Jinnah's portrait inside Aligarh Muslim University

Supreme Court judgment in Ayodhya case against the Shariah: Sunni Waqf Board Lawyer beats a dead horse yet again

Sunni Waqf Board Lawyer Zafaryab Jilani has issued another controversial statement on the Ayodhya Verdict.
JNU says it is facing a deficit of Rs 45 crores and since UGC rules prevent payment to contractual staff from salary budget, the feel hike is necessary

JNU facing deficit of Rs 45 crores, says fee hike is necessary to pay contractual staff

The UGC rules do not allow the university to pay the salaries of contractual employees of hostels from the salary head of the budget.
Piyush Goyal

Piyush Goyal slams Congress over its allegations on electoral bonds: Here is how new system is better than the old one

Union Minister Piyush Goyal, in a press conference, has refuted the allegations made by the opposition parties regarding electoral bonds.

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