AltNews exposes itself, accuses police officer of lying but won’t pull down ‘fact-check’ based on his quotes
Self-proclaimed fact-check website, AltNews had recently tried to dilute the charges of brutality heaped on the 3-year-old victim in Aligarh.
Massive push for healthcare benefits: Modi govt reduces contribution of employees and employers for Employee State Insurance scheme
The Modi government has reduced the rate of contribution under the ESI Act from 6.5% to 4%
Action against ‘anti-NDTV’ officer result of various transgressions, cases against NDTV founders to continue
One name in that stood out in the list of 12 officers and created quite the flutter, was SK Srivastava, the man who had been leading the charge against NDTV.
Rahul Gandhi’s campaign was a disgrace, only slaves and assorted pen-pushers will see it as principled and passionate
Rahul Gandhi has been stripped of his made-in-Thailand shining armour and the op-eds by pen-pushers eulogising him don't make sense
While Bengal is the land of Maa Durga and Maa Saraswati, 'Jai Shree Ram' soon became a symbol of political protest.
Election commissioner Ashok Lavasa had kicked up a storm earlier after he alleged that he did not agree with the ECI decisions to clear PM Modi and Amit Shah of charges of violating the MCC
Out, damned liar: The Quint crawls in its interview of Rahul Gandhi. Here is what Raghav Bahl never bothered to ask
Propaganda website The Quint, which is often caught lying and pandering to Rahul Gandhi, got the opportunity to interview Congress President Rahul Gandhi and they went out of their way to crawl
After OpIndia fact-check, IndiaTimes changes headline where it had turned road rage into an anti-Muslim hate crime
After OpIndia.com's report on the shameless twisting of the incident by IndiaTimes and its journalist Shweta Sengar, IndiaTimes seems to have amended its headline and the story to give a more accurate representation of the incident.
NDTV’s Prannoy Roy says youth voting for a strong leader is ‘worrying’, twists voter’s statements to further his own agenda
One can almost see the colour leave Prannoy Roy's face and his usual studio glow disappearing into the Uttar Pradesh heat.