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After ‘Dalit’ journalist of ThePrint gets blue tick, Muslim editor Shahid Siddiqui too complains to Twitter about religious bias
The Muslims on Twitter have threatened that till the time Twitter verifies these accounts, they will spam Twitter with the hashtag.
Columnist with Shekhar Gupta’s ThePrint bullies his way to ‘blue tick’ by accusing Twitter of being casteist, then demands the blue tick be taken away
After bullying Twitter into giving him blue tick and accusing it of being casteist while doing so, ThePrint columnist has urged Twitter to take it back
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.
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.
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
Shivam Vij’s flagrantly contradictory articles claim all possible outcomes of an event, maybe so he could later claim that he was right in 50% of the instances.
Shahid Afridi’s disturbing analogy in Shekhar Gupta’s ThePrint: Destroy Indian players almost like ‘a suicide bomber’
Shekhar Gupta's ThePrint gives space to Shahid Afridi's vitriol, chooses to publish portions of his book 'Game Changer' where he singles out Gautam Gambhir and indulges in personal attacks
Shekhar Gupta’s ThePrint eulogises a serial fake news peddler and habitual anti-India, anti-Hindu bigot
While trying to portray anti-India, anti-Hindu propagandist CJ Werleman, ThePrint seems to have forgotten that he is also a fake news peddler
Winner of Nobel Prize in Economics rubbishes ThePrint report about him helping Rahul Gandhi on election promises
Yesterday, media reports had also surfaced that Congress leaders had allegedly 'planted' the Army coup fake story back in 2012
This is not the first time ThePrint's ethics are questioned
Chetan Bhagat accused the author of the post for lying about his research on the book.
Even though a ‘Dalit’ A Raja was acquitted recently, Yadav and Gupta tried to play caste card.
Anuraag Saxena is a Singapore-based CA & MBA, who runs India Pride Project, which was termed 'communal' by ThePrint.
We perform Purohit Karm, we do not want Sanatan Dharma studies get influenced by Islam or Christianity: Protesting students at BHU
BHU students of Sanskrit Vidya Dharma Vigyan faculty are protesting against appointment of Muslim professor, Dr Firoz Khan
#MosquesofIndia, trended by Islamists, reveals a few more Hindu Temples on which mosques stand today
The Twitter hashtag #MosquesInIndia revealed many other mosques which were built after destroying temples.
In the viral video, DM Sharma was seen first dragging a person by his hand, then by his shirt and literally shoving him, all the while talking to him in a menacing and threatening manner.
No sooner was the Ayodhya verdict out, the usual suspects were busy playing caste politics over caste of the priest at the Ram Mandir.
Twitter India says it is impartial in enforcement of rules and does not take action based upon ideology or political viewpoint
Twitter India issues clarification regarding rules of usage on their platform.
Yogendra Yadav claims a verdict in favour of Ram Mandir will test ‘secular politics’ in India: Pro Majority is Anti Minority?
Yogendra Yadav in The Print has exercised intellectual overreach by saying the impending verdict on Ram Mandir along with some other crucial proposals will test secular politics in India.
In 2017, Sanjay Hegde had shared a Gorakh Pandey poem on first execution in independent India with a title 'Hang him'. Last week, his account was suspended over this old tweet.
Dilip Mandal has gone on to urge people to trend 'Brahmanvadi Twitter' on the social media platform.
Columnist working for ‘blue tick Baniya’ Shekhar Gupta attacks Twitter for not giving blue ticks to Dalits
The blue tick is now being referred to as 'neeli janeu' because ThePrint columnist Dilip Mondal thinks he deserves a blue tick but Twitter is casteist in not giving him one.
Gopal Kanda: From abetment to suicide to beating up a cricketer, read all the accusations against the newly elected Haryana MLA
Gopal Kanda is at the centre of a massive controversy after he announced support for BJP in Haryana
Falsely accused of harassment and molestation by AAP member Jasleen Kaur, Sarvjeet Singh finally acquitted by court
Sarvjeet Singh was accused of passing obscene remarks and harassing Jasleen Kaur, an AAP member at a traffic Signal in Delhi in 2015.
Barkha Dutt demands Rs 74 lakh plus interest from Kapil Sibal backed Tiranga TV for terminating her contract early
Kapil Sibal and Promila Sibal had recently faced flak for arbitrarily sacking employees of Tiranga TV without serving them notice
It’s not that Islam is all about violence. That will be as unfair as saying Hinduism is all about caste. However, currently, the political and mythological aspects of Islam are prevailing over the philosophical and mystic ones.
Home Minister Amit Shah made the statement at the fifth International Ramayana Festival.
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.