Congress mouthpiece’s obituary on Arun Jaitley is the worst in recent memory and an absolute disgrace
The entire National Herald obituary is made up of thoughtless remarks.
India Today journalist plays victim after being accosted by security personnel for video recording at Defence airport in Srinagar
Journalist Mausami Singh from India Today went berserk when a security personnel informed her shooting videos on Srinagar airport is prohibited
No shortage, no overpricing: Srinagar administration dismisses rumours of medicine unavailability in Kashmir
The government along with local administration have ensured that while the restrictions are in place, there is no shortage of food, medicines, commodities or services in Jammu and Kashmir.
Here is how these 7 opinion pieces in 4 days reveal newspaper The Hindu’s legendary level of meltdown and arrogance
Let’s take a look at the opinion pieces published by The Hindu in their print edition, in this week
NDTV interim CEO Suparna Singh, whose appointment as CEO was not approved by I&B ministry, has stepped down
It appears that the INX Media case, the new FIR against NDTV and arrest of P Chidambaram are all interconnected.
India Today flagship DailyO seems to have folded its operations and sacked its Editorial Staff
‘Liberal’ hearts bleed as CBI arrests Congress leader Chidambaram after court calls him “kingpin of crime”
Within a few minutes of Chidambaram's arrest, the liberal heart bled for their fallen hero, who once had once co-opted the very same intelligentsia, media and other opinion-makers.
Enjoy the Whataboutism. By the way, how long before some renowned 'divider' in media tries to size up yesterday’s arrest in terms of caste or regional faultlines? Let’s see who does it first.
Political Editor of The Hindu condones violence by Congress workers who beat up a man who shouted ‘Chidambaram Chor Hai’
Congress worker beats up a man for shouting 'Chidambaram Chor Hai', The Hindu Political Editor Nistula Hebbar shows excitement at the unruly behaviour.
Fact-Check: Unlike Chidambaram who tried to escape from law, Amit Shah resolutely faced trial and was acquitted
Hartosh Singh Bal equated P Chidambaram's disgraceful escape with Amit Shah's tenacity to face the law
After filing a new FIR in money laundering case, CBI conducts raids at NDTV’s former CEO Vikram Chandra house
Vikram Chandra along with NDTV founders, Prannoy Roy and Radhika Roy have been charged in a case related to money laundering
NDTV sings an old tune: Calls charges in new FIR ‘fabricated’, claims it’s not about NDTV but ‘larger battle’ of freedom of press
CBI has filed a new FIR on Wednesday against NDTV and its founders, Prannoy Roy and Radhika Roy and former CEO Vikram Chandra.
Read full details of new FIR filed by CBI: Prannoy Roy, Radhika Roy and Vikram Chandra accused of criminal conspiracy, cheating and corruption
A new FIR has been filed by the CBI against Prannoy Roy, his wife, Radhika Roy, and former CEO of NDTV, Vikram Chandra in a case related to money laundering.
Dear mainstream media, If YOU hadn't sold your pen, we wouldn’t have to pick ours
Here is why Prannoy Roy and Radhika Roy were stopped at the airport and were not allowed to leave the country
Radhika and Prannoy Roy of NDTV have said that they were not allowed to leave the country because of a concocted ICICI loan case. Read about that case in details
The Telegraph wrongly identifies pro-Kashmir integration activists as those protesting against abrogation of Article 370
The Telegraph wrongly attributing pro-Kashmir integration march held by Kashmir Youth Movement as 'protests against' the government of India's decision
Jharkhand BJP leader denies media reports that his son committed suicide due to fear of losing job, says it was family matter
BJP leader says his son killed himself due to family problem, not in fear of losing job
Faulty FactChecker’s statement on their reporter’s attempt to prove ‘no hate crime’ further exposes their bias
IndiaSpend's faulty FactChecker.in does have a rather dubious track record.
SC refuses to quash charges against rape accused journalist Tarun Tejpal, directs lower court to finish trial in six months
A journalist colleague of Tarun Tejpal had accused him of raping her on November 7, 2013, inside an elevator in a Hotel Grand Hyatt, Goa, during Tehelka magazine's THiNK 2013 festival in Goa.
J&K administration rubbishes India Today report that SPOs in Kashmir maybe involved with terrorists and their weapons have been seized
Meanwhile, India Today journalist Abhishek Bhalla who wrote the story has brazened it out and said that his sources were 'credible' and not based on rumours.
Abhisar Sharma complaints about few memes, Pakistani journalist circulates the video
The Wire and IndiaSpend’s Factchecker journalist caught trying to manipulate Dalit victims who were attacked by local Muslims to prove ‘no hate crime’
While the date of the recording is not clear, it can be inferred from above conversation that it took place sometime in July.
Watch: Indian Journalist confronts Pakistani protesters in London vandalising Indian flag, recovers torn flag
Poonam Joshi crossed to the Pakistani side, snatched the torn flag from the hands of the man and brought it back
Habitual offender Prashant Kanojia shares news from Akhilesh era to stoke caste tensions, blame Yogi govt of caring about temples but not Dalit girls
Controversial journalist Prashant Kanojia tweeted the screenshot of a news report from 2015 in an effort to stoke caste tensions and malign the Yogi government
Deplorable ‘journalists’ further Pakistan propaganda and undermine India: Why should their patriotism not be questioned
Indian 'journalists' and 'intellectuals' have taken up the mantle of peddling the Pakistan narrative on Kashmir it appears.
India’s stand on abrogation of Article 370 and 35A and dilution of Jammu and Kashmir from a state to a Union Territory has dropped the baby of pretence.
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".
Sagarika Ghose shares an old report to insinuate that the Army is using brutal measures to suppress rebellion in Kashmir after abrogation of Article 370
Toeing Pakistani line, Sagarika Ghose implied that Indian Armed Forces have been employing brutal methods to suppress protestors in Kashmir