Mainstream media seems to be singing praises of Congress's new social media head, despite faux pas
National Herald picks up from where thewire left
Business page of The Hindu newspaper gave prominence to an article, which made no logical conclusion.
Basic errors? or malafide intent?
The Fourth Estate's credibility is at its lowest level ever.
Is the job of a journalist to give clarity or muddy the water?
Astounding that a person with scant regard for facts is the Deputy Editor of The Hindu
She has again created a controversy
Senior journalist who does not believe in fact checking while writing opinion pieces.
The left-leaning newspapers can't even support India because it hates Narendra Modi too much.
Speculations were rife about the possible takeover of the media group
The journalist has demanded an apology
NDTV and some interesting theories.
A columnist named Sadanand Dhume is on this Goebbelsian mission to spread a lie about Gauri Lankesh’s murder.
The pressure that journalism today is feeling, is the resounding ask by a billion people to be responsible and honest.
Will UP schools stay open for Modi's birthday? Will Rahul Gandhi really talk on Artificial Intelligence?
How the liberal and feminist media persons reacted to Sitharaman being the Defence Minister
Rather than apologising, the Newslaundry columnist decided to stoop even lower.
Indian magazine The Week runs an 'irresponsible' cover story on Doklam standoff.
Twitterati slam attempts to drag Hinduism after triple talaq verdict
Financial Chronicle falsely claimed that some bureaucrats quit because they were at unease under new minister.
The bigotry and hate that some people can easily get away with under the garb of 'liberalism' is horrifying.
CNN News 18 does an NDTV
They tried to exploit the tragedy to peddle their agenda
The reports were based on his biography which was published in 2015
Ayudh Puja, also known as Astra Puja in some parts of India, was linked to Mahatma Gandhi's assassin.
Instead of weaving story around data available, journalist tries to find data for an already established storyline.
Misleading headline from Indian Express draws criticism on Twitter.
Kerala CM appears on NDTV reading out prepared responses to "Questions" right on air!
A news agency should ideally NOT be in the news for such reasons.