When a magazine saw the Outlook of Indians
Opinions are masquerading as "fact-check"
NDTV and Firstpost were the first to exploit a soldier's death
How media glorified a Pro-Afzal and anti-BJP reporter who resigned from Zee News as a neutral journalist
Ravish Kumar's sanctimonious rant is hypocritical
Has Scoopwhoop, which is essentially an Indian buzzfeed, plunged into news making and reporting now? From their latest video "Inside JNU - In search of the truth", it certainly seems so. In the afore-mentioned video, Scoopwhoop has tried to present what they call the "truth" behind the anti-national sloganeering. The result is pathetic and hilarious. The video starts off with a JNU student, Pankhuri Zaheer, narrating how JNU has been branded as anti-national and how they are being targetted by people. Nothing like an emotional tug to start the propaganda. By the way, Pankhuri Zaheer's facebook posts show she addresses...
Kejriwal is being accused of insulting Hindus and Lord Hanuman
When a fake tweet was source of real news
The website was not giving the option of India at all when users searched for Jammu or Kashmir.
The truth about Ishrat Jahan is out, but some still dont want to see it
Anti-National activities on the rise in India - JNU and Kashmir
A grand international event on world peace
Big Lies: 1. Multiple media houses: Arunachal Governor cites 'Cowslaughter' as the reason of President's rule Reports such as the above have been circulating in many media houses which say Cow Slaughter was the reason cited by the Governor as reason for imposing Presidents Rule in Arunachal Pradesh. We had written a separate post how such news reports were highly misleading. First of all, the Governor has himself denied this and has said he had mentioned the slaughter of a Mithun, and not that of cow. Secondly, the real reasons for President's rule was the break down of the constitutional rules. Congress party had...
Smriti Irani catches Rajdeep Sardesai's spin
An obtuse argument has been floated in the name of Right to Pray.
Not just media, even social media can be a fertile place for hitjobs.
Man arrested for a facebook post against Tipu Sultan; Media doesn't care about him
Shramdaan India team goes across different corners of India; makes the Clean India mission larger than previous time
Even though it's part of declassified files, Congress claims the letter is fake.
Massive twist to Rohit Vemula "Dalit" "Suicide" case as the father speaks up on various issues
Haryana's turnaround is really inspiring
StartUp India, an ambitious move in the right direction
Rahul Gandhi inconveniences Mumbaikars on his comeback
Masood Azhar finds sympathizers and apologists in India.
Kiku Sharda is arrested for mimicking Gurmeet Ram Rahim.
Big Lies: 1. 9 December 2015: Zee News - Where's the Indian Flag at Sushma Swaraj-Nawaz Sharif Meet in Islamabad In an attempt to blindly follow and spread the propaganda being spread by controversial AAP leader Kumar Vishwas, Zee News carried a news item which asked why India's flag was missing. It said that generally in such meetings when leaders of 2 countries meet formally, flags of both nations are displayed. What they did not think about was the fact that this was not a bilateral meeting between equally ranked people. Hence the flag was missing. Soon social media was abuzz...
National Media was clueless about the featured image used by them. To hide their incompetence, they made it a political story.