News reports about current affairs encompassing various topics, fields, and entities.
The left-wing lobby of India that keeps talking about freedom of alternative opinions, is trying to stifle 'Buddha In A Traffic Jam' because of ideological disagreements.
A proposal has been sent to California Board of Education in US to call pre-independence India as ‘South Asia’.
Fake videos can get people into trouble and a VP of a Radio channel should be careful.
There were no widespread protests, so who pressurized the newspaper?
Dr. Pandit reveals all about the Ishrat Jahan docudrama and surrounding controversies.
An attempt to hide some matters?
Another hitjob by Indian media
Pushp Sharma, the controversial journalist earlier arrested for extortion, has been picked for questioning.
Analysis of top stories which of February
Haters of Sri Sri are spreading rumors by editing videos and photos of the World Cultural Festival event
Arrest warrant issued against journalist Paranjoy Guha Thakurta in a defamation case filed by the Adani Group: Details
Thakurta's article was first published in the Economic and Political Weekly. After EPW's owners took down the article it was published on The Wire.
Vir Sanghvi published a column about the ‘shameful persecution’ of Munawar Faruqui and the ‘bogus controversy’ around Tandav
Mumbai Police denies permission to UP Police, disrupts probe in Mirzapur case as police reach to question Farhan Akhtar
UP Police is investigating case filed against makers of the web series 'Mirzapur' and their probe is being disrupted by Mumbai Police
Twitter refused to take down child sex abuse material because ‘it did not violate company policy’, sued by sex trafficking victim
The now 17-year-old victim has filed a lawsuit accusing Twitter of allowing the child sexual abuse material be circulated and shared on their platform for months, despite complaints, and refusing to take it down.
Members linked to George Soros and Muslim Brotherhood to now decide the fate of Donald Trump’s Facebook account: Details
Twitter and Facebook had suspended account of Donald Trump because they believed that he would incite further violence post Capitol Hill
Pakistan ‘successfully’ test-fires missile injuring people, destroying houses in civil area, say Baloch leaders
Contrary to claims of Pakistani Army's successful tests of Shaheen-III Missile, several reports coming from Pakistan suggests that the test carried out by Pakistan was a massive failure as the missile landed in a civilian area in Balochistan destroying several houses and injuring civilians
Recently, Navika Kumar said that when Arnab left Time Now, she had his shoes to fill. However, Arnab gives a befitting reply.
Rajdeep Sardesai ‘baffled’ by India Today survey that shows Modi govt winning a sweeping majority if elections held today: Details
Taking to Twitter, Sardesai said that he was 'baffled' to see that despite the economic hardships resulted by the pandemic, Indians still love the Modi government.
After multiple FIRs against ‘Tandav’, makers of another Amazon Prime web series ‘Mirzapur’ in trouble, SC issues notice
The SC notice was issued following a petition complaining about UP's Mirzapur being portrayed in a bad light in the web series
Reuters’ ‘First Dogs’ video after Trump leaves White House is quite racist, especially towards India and Japan
Reuters could have used literally any other clip of Trump while speaking about dogs in White House