Cow has become cause of terror for some: Abhisar Sharma’s deranged rant on cows is also factually incorrect
Purveyor of fake news, Abhisar Sharma, who likes to identify himself as a 'journalist', through the propaganda website NewsClick's YouTube channel has gone on a deranged rant against cows.
The Wire falls off a cliff: New article on the propaganda site claims Dalits will be next victims of ‘Shah’s lethal strategies’
The Wire article desperately tries to connect the abrogation of Article 370 with the issue of reservations.
After The Hindu joins hands with BBC to combat fake news, its journalists spreads fake news about OpIndia
The Hindu journalist Vijaita Singh spreads fake news about OpIndia report
After being subjected to genocide, Kashmiri Pandits are being called ‘vicious’ and are the new villains for the woke-folk
Abrogation of Article 370 has unleashed the bleeding hearts both on social media and TV channels.
One can imagine the New York Times newsroom, the eggheads sitting around, racking their brains, trying to come up with a way to mention 9/11 without any reference to Islamism. Language is a funny thing.
Faulty Factchecker shuts down hate crime database possibly due to lack of funds: Consequences of a new political order?
IndiaSpend’s faulty FactChecker.in, which has a track record of manipulating facts to suit their preconceived agenda, has finally decided to pull down the ‘Hate Crime Watch’ (HCW) after being exposed several times for Hinduphobia and bias.
The problem is not simply one of reckless individual's abuse of Hindus but also one of the systemic exclusion of Hindu voices and lives from the news.
Committed to holding transparent recruitment: Railways rubbishes Ravish Kumar’s claims on RRB Group D exams
In the post addressed to Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, Ravish Kumar claimed that many students have been left behind and have not ben able to fill the forms of RRB Group D exams.
The 'Hate Crime Watch' had gone to the extent of giving a clean chit to Islamic terrorist who was responsible for the Pulwama terror attack.
NPR producer Furkan Khan, who uses the language used by Pulwama terrorist against Hindus, has 'resigned' from NPR.
New York Times blames aeroplanes while downplaying the 9/11 terror attacks, updates article after backlash on social media
“Airplanes took aim at the World Trade Center and brought them down”, NYT said on 18th anniversary of 9/11 terror attacks
The Chandrayaan mission and the excited media coverage around it have done tremendous good.
NPR’s silence over their producer’s bigotry shows that Radical Islam is the dominant partner in the Left-Radical Islam alliance
Producer at National Public Radio (NPR), Furkhan Khan, sparked an outrage on Twitter on Tuesday after she made deeply Hinduphobic comments on the social media platform.
The Wire, in its 26 August video, had claimed that no newspapers are being printed in Kashmir and it is a situation 'worse than the emergency'.
NPR producer Furkan Khan uses the language used by Pulwama terrorist against Hindus, deletes tweet after outrage
Furkan Khan, a producer from NPR, National Public Radio which is a USA based media organisation, has displayed her true colours and used the language used by the Pulwama terrorist against Hindus.
‘Journalist’ Abhisar Sharma spreads fake news by morphing images to target other journalist, deletes after getting caught
Despite resorting to peddling outright lies on other journalists, Abhisar Sharma has not apologised yet for spreading fake news.
As ‘liberals’ fear monger about ‘fearless voice’ Faye D Souza ‘quitting’, Times Network clarifies that she is still associated with channel
Times Network has issued a statement clarifying that Faye D Souza will continue to be associated with Times Network and Mirror Now
For all the sermons of ‘tolerance’, invite to journalism talk shop withdrawn after Bhutanese journalist retweets ‘welcome Modi’ tweets
Tenzing Lamsang, a Bhutanese journalist lamented how invites to ‘prestigious talk shops’ had suddenly stopped after he retweeted some ‘welcome’ messages on Twitter during the Indian Prime Minister’s visit to Bhutan.
19 lakh names excluded from NRC, but Lallontop and Rajdeep Sardesai says 41 lakh excluded
In opposing Narendra Modi, progressives at Washington Post reveal they are a mirror image of the ‘AltRight’
Progressives including those at Washington Post are protesting against the Gates Foundation's decision to present Narendra Modi with an award for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
Dangerous reporting with use of Hindu-Muslim binary fanning religious polarisation: Kashmiri Americans write a scathing letter Washington Post
A group of overseas Kashmiri Pandits under the banner of ‘Global Kashmiri Pandit Diaspora’ (GKDP) wrote to the editor of the Washington Post calling out their biased reportage.
NDTV journalist who insulted ISRO scientist found selling ISRO images on Getty, social media users question whether it’s allowed
Social media users question whether Pallava Bagla is violating rules by selly IRSO images on Getty
Uttar Pradesh: Journalists made Dalits write ‘house for sale’ in Bijnor, claims police; books two for ‘manipulation of news’
A journalist Vishal and another Rashid were booked by Bijnor Police over allegations of spreading fake news
The Hindu has a front-page anchor today where it has grandiosely announced that it is partnering BBC and other global media outlets to fight the “misinformation” in public domain.
Assorted Lutyens’ journalists and their sympathisers join hands to defend Pallava Bagla’s boorish behaviour
NDTV journalist Pallava Bagla heckled an anxious senior scientist at ISRO who had come out to address the media to explain about the failure in communication of the Vikram Lander.
The Hindu today announced that it was partnering with BBC to protect its readers from disinformation.
NDTV journalist apologises for being uncouth and screaming at ISRO scientist after Vikram Lander lost signal
After widespread condemnation for the NDTV journalist's uncouth behaviour, Pallava Bagla has now taken to Twitter to apologise for his conduct to ISRO scientist.
NDTV journalist decided it was time to arrogantly scream at the ISRO scientists who were already going through enough.
NDTV, Reuters and AP journalists occupying palatial govt bungalows in Srinagar asked to vacate, Kashmir Press Club miffed
Journalists have their government allocated bungalows taken back, Kashmir Press Club issues statement against the government.
The tragedy of Ravish Kumar: A creative and deranged poet desperate to be a ‘hero’ in the world of journalism
Ravish Kumar constructs a fictional narrative about the country and the world at large without ever realizing that the portrait he has painted is entirely the creation of his own mind.