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AAP's CM candidate Elvis Gomes has been summoned by the Anti-Corruption Board for an alleged land scam
Making a point via cartoons
How do the Modi Government's achievements stack up against its manifesto's promises
Parasmal Lodha is no stranger to controversy and was responsible for an attempted hostile takeover of the Pearless Group.
Wish the best for your baby, and because the name you chose exposes the ‘liberals’.
During Digvijaya Singh's tenure as Madhya Pradesh CM, a scam to the tune of 719 crore rupees took place.
Rahul Gandhi delivered his earthquake in a rally in Mehsana in Gujarat and people took to social media to analyse it.
While various reports point to communal riots, Rajdeep Sardesai insists on not probing it.
Announcements include a lot of awards and discounts to encourage adoption of digital payments.
CA who wrote the open letter to Kejriwal, talks about a new idea
Modi should take lessons from him
Pass the buck onto the truck
China’s two faced reaction after Goa was liberated from Portugal by freedom fighters backed by India.
BHU start-up trying to reduce water crisis in industrial and domestic space.
Social Media head of AAM Aadmi Party spreads rumors about Lt. General Bipin Rawat.
This comes days after the BJP govt in Assam denies Madarsas a special weekly off on Fridays.
The government announced chiefs of armed forces, but some could only see religion in it.
Journalist turned author Nirwa Mehta shares her experience with book publishing.
At least two men have been dismissed from their services because they refused to cut their beard.
How the media spread rumours about an old rule, as if it was introduced by the new govt.
Its economic effects will be known in long run, but milk of human kindness is flowing in short run.
Do parties pay tax? Do they keep records of donations? And more FAQs.
As per rules and the IT law, any person is welcome to file a cyber-crime complaint with CBI.
Find out when a reporter should legitimately use anonymous sources in his reportage.
How hatred for Modi is causing the so-called left-liberals to lose all objectivity.
Twitterati didn't spare the bank, where many fake accounts were found by the taxmen.
While Congress in Delhi is accusing the minister of corruption, local leaders are backing him.
How the proposed GST system will make sure that generation of black money is curbed.
Delhi government has often blamed the bureaucrats whenever an issue of governance is raised.
How a rumour about Shah Ghouse using dog meat made into local news media.
Rahul claims to have information on corruption by Modi, but he will speak only in the Parliament.
Are corruption charges against the union minister tenable?
A former member has asked not to donate to the party till it makes donors’ list public.
Manmohan Singh’s must talked about article debunked by Bibek Debroy and S Gurumurthy.
Owaisi has claimed that Muslims were being discriminated during the demonetisation drive.
Screenshots live forever
Many banks like Axis Bank is under the scanner for helping money launderers. Government must take strict actions against such banks.
Merit over seniority argument might appear tempting, but it has its pitfalls.
NDTV fears that emails will be used ‘out of context’ to damage their reputation.
There seems to be a design to all the raids
AAP started well, but as the election dates are approaching, it seems AAP is losing ground.
Comments of a judge were creatively interpreted to report something else.
A group calling itself ‘Legion’ hacked the account and sent warnings to Rahul Gandhi.
The news channel misquoted the HDFC Chairman, and later quietly changed the report.
AAP government in Delhi claims to have made magical turnarounds. A reality check.
A Mumbai based NGO, Sukrta, tried to find out problems the poor are facing due to demonetisation.
Latif was a communal gangster and Dawood’s aide. Will the movie show the truth?
The Hindu twisted answer given by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to mislead people
Farooq Abdullah gives support to separatists in desperation to win support.
Media does Yoga with Baba Ramdev's statement on Mamata
"Flights" of fancy from the media?
We trusted this man with the country's finances!
This one boomeranged on them
The reporter was fired from his job, but he could get a job in another media organisation.
The Hindu should try harder in inventing facts.
Army was carrying out survey of civilian trucks that could be used for contingency measures during wartime, but Didi saw Emergency.
That awkward moment when some media houses couldn't differentiate between hacker and Rahul Gandhi.
Finance Ministry’s poorly drafted clarification, aided by media spin, leads to rumours of “surgical strike” on Gold
Everything that 'Twitters', is not a strike on Gold.
Another 'hacking' on yet another digital asset of the Congress party
TMC's flights of fancy: A TMC MP raised this issue in Parliament even as Indigo Airlines clarified that it was a normal hovering.
Was it some hacker, some disgruntled employee, or was it all a planned drama by the party?
Instead of blaming the team that handles Rahul Gandhi’s account, Congress blamed everyone else.
A man in Bhopal went to watch the Sharukh-Hrithik starrer, and he came out to fight a legal battle.
World Vision rears its head again
IRCTC has been a success story in getting people adopt online transactions, another story is needed.
On Monday, a bill in Lok Sabha was introduced to change some taxation rules. Find why.
BJP won more council heads in Western Maharashtra, an area they were largely non-existent till that historic May of 2014.
Modi haters and supporters both discuss 2014 elections intensely, but perhaps Modi doesn’t care.
The relationship between Zakir Naik and the Congress doesn't end with donations.
While traveling across Bihar, I talked to people regarding demonetisation, liquor ban, and Gathbandhan Sarkar.
People who termed corruption a monster are now finding it a mouse, because they can't hate Modi enough.
Curbing corruption and countering insurgency could appear as chief goals, but that’s not all.
From ‘new politics’ to same old, or worse, ‘caste politics’ – the journey of Arvind Kejriwal.
Raghav Bahl is back with yet another simplistic and stupid article. This time even more stupid.
Here's how you can go cashless with UPI payments: Noob to UPI Jedi in under 10 minutes
Yet another demonetisation scare spread by irresponsible media busted.
Modi Government will have to repay the political cost of demonetisation.
Twitter reacts to Manmohan Singh’s speech on demonetisation in parliament.
Aiding and abetting the dawn of gutter level politics in India.
The leaders on the ‘right’ are often called ‘demagogues’, which is true in the ancient sense of the word.
Dr. Oscar Rebello said that demonetisation drive had good some effects, though implementation is faulty.
After Janardhana Reddy's daughter's wedding, a Congress leader hosts lavish wedding for his son.
For many months now, poor have been dying of starvation in Bengal under Mamata’s rule.
If you skimmed media reports, you’d think that terrorists have huge cache of new currency notes.
Kejriwal's plan is clear: Lie to win
Speaking at a launch of book Unreal Aliens, Swamy trained his guns at Gandhis and Arun Jaitley.
From contradictory news to wrong images
No attempts were made to hide the fact that this was a softball interview
The rumour mills just wont stop
A known face will replace Arnab on Times Now
A constant push is needed to completely weed out black money
Not the usual suspects this time around
Blinded by hatred, Rajdeep is playing with the fundamentals of journalism
Arvind Kejriwal tried to claim yet another death due to demonetisation. And he was lying.
In short term, no immediate benefits were expected, but there are some good side effects.