A picture says a thousand words, and for media, words which they cannot otherwise say.
Indian Express and NIA at loggerheads over report on Hindu Terror
Rahul Yadav and Times Group are in an interesting fight
Rajdeep and Sagarika got constant criticism on Social Media in the past few days
Will the mainstream media get any fairer in the times of social media?
Firstpost article hides facts to make the case against Smriti Irani look similar to that against Jitendra Tomar.
Journalist Mihir Sharma from Business Standard is not new to twisting facts, but this time he lied through his teeth.
Twitter tells journalist Rajdeep Sardesai that he is not neutral. He should gracefully admit.
NDTV covers Jan Dhan Yojna based on rumors and absurd statistics and concludes that India must stick to medieval banking systems
Indian MSM resorts to lying once again to defame Modi Government
Individuals are using mainstream media as a platform to inject fear-mongering and lies among minorities. This must be checked.
Abhigyan Prakash criticized Modi for all the problems even without understanding the role of Center and State.
Disclaimer: This post is (obviously) a spoof and not real.
Indian Express fakes another story defaming Modi
A satire piece to show how media could have covered Salman's case judgement
Prannoy Roy spoke while receiving the the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Mumbai Press Club. I explain why his speech was all gas.
Indian media misreports Nepal direction to withdraw rescue teams
Things which Arun Shourie never said get attributed to him by India Today
Newslaundry.com uses idiotic arguments to defend Evangelical Soul Vultures
Twitter user @doubtinggaurav challenged Sagarika Ghose and Rajdeep Sardesai. People joined him and the bet amount crossed lakhs within 24 hours.
Blatant lies being used to manufacture stories against Narendra Modi.
A never-seen-before profile on Saba Naqvi, which bares some of the hitherto unknown "facts" about her.
Indian Express does it again, that too twice on the same day!
While Modi is discussing "petty" issues, Indian media is looking at the broader picture. Find out how.
Times of India makes a U-Turn in face of facts.