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
Perhaps Congress would do well to get their information straight before making a mockery out of themselves by spreading lies that are so easily caught.
HUL is the top advertiser for the week ending November 16, not BJP, which is not even in top 10
John's diary reveals he knew he was violating rules, but media trying to prove he did not break any law
After expressing displeasure with toilets and cooking gas, The Wire now trains its gun against Assamese Gamosa
Wire is wrong in saying that Gamosa has become a symbol of insecurity in Assam
The promise of providing broadband connectivity to 1 lakh Gram Panchayats made by the Modi Government was fulfilled as per the deadline, in December 2017 under BharatNet
Media reports wrong in claiming that the US Christian missionary did not violate rules by visiting North Sentinel Island
The soul harvester did violate the rotection of Aboriginal Tribe (Regulation), 1956 and other rules by going to the island
BBC’s choice of fact-checkers and its reliance on accreditation by IFCN reveals extensive bias in its Fake News research
The BBC must come out clean and admit that it's research on Fake News on does not adhere to academic standards and issue an unconditional apology.
The BBC in its amended report on its research on Fake News has corrected only minor mistakes while ignoring the great flaws in their research.
The BJP leader, Gyan Dev Ahuja, had earlier quit the part after being denied a ticket.