Media is considered the fourth pillar of democracy. This section presents news and views about the state of Indian media.
DIGIPUB, with VC accused of money laundering and links to Gautam Navlakha, wants new Digital Media rules repealed: Details
The letter was signed by Dhanya Rajendran of TNM, Prabir Purkayastha of NewsClick, Ritu Kapur and Abhinandan Sekhri.
Turkish Intelligence agency and Pakistan’s ISI creates anti-India propaganda team by hiring Pakistani and Kashmiri journalists through TRT World
Turkish state-owned media houses such as TRT World and Anadolu Agency have hired a large number of Pakistani and Indian Kashmiri journalists
“Samachar Tamasha Nahi” – 5 instances in recent history when India Today group had indulged in drama, fake news and shoddy journalism
While Aaj Tak runs 'Samachar Tamasha Nahi' campaign claiming to be no-nonsense channel, 5 incidents when it was caught spreading fake news
Varun Gandhi warns YouTube news channel for spreading fake news against him, the media group apologises
Varun Gandhi objected to videos published by SPN9 News and said it was important to take a stand and put an end to conspiracy.
If anyone was looking for 'Godi media', look here, peacefully nestled in the lap of Yuvraj Rahul Gandhi.
‘Mischief managed’: After keeping him off-air for a month for spreading fake news, India Today brings back Rajdeep Sardesai
In January 2021, Sardesai was taken off-air by India Today group for 'two weeks' after he spread fake news about the death of rioter Navreet during the Republic Day riots.
Mainstream media runs with lie that Kangana Ranaut featured in ‘item number’ to give Swara Bhasker precious ‘befitting reply’ points
Swara Bhasker claimed that Kangana Ranaut had starred in an 'item number' titled 'Julmi re Julmi' in the movie Rajjo.
Geo News headquarters in Karachi vandalised by protestors after its journalist called Sindhi people ‘bhukhe nange’
Geo News claimed that the protestors harassed the staff in the building, which included women employees.
The Quint quietly changes headline after hailing China’s Galwan Valley casualties as ‘martyrs’: Details
China has admitted, finally, that the PLA did suffer casualties during the Galwan Valley Clash with Indian troops.
West Bengal: Jan Ki Baat team attacked for reporting on alleged irregularities in Mamata Banerjee’s Swasthya Sathi scheme
Speaking to OpIndia, Pradeep Bhandari said that reporters and data analysts of Jan Ki Baat - Aman Verma, Avik Bhattacharya and Kritarth were brutally attacked in Durgapur for exposing lapses in the 'Swasthya Sathi' scheme