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After being questioned on Agusta and abusive messages, Rajdeep Sardesai deactivates “hacked” Twitter account
My account was hacked says Rajdeep who sent abusive message to Agusta trollers
When the going gets tough, senior editors resort to abuse and victimhood.
While the Chief Justice of India says that the judges were overworked, courts are admitting and entertaining frivolous PILs.
The leftist elites frown upon the unwashed masses, whom they considered casteist and communal. But why do they love Kanhaiya?
An interview conducted by a reporter, but a leading newspaper refused to publish it.
Another day, another MSM attempt to obfuscate the truth
How a social media rumour becomes news for some news portals.
Was it an ordinary brawl between two individuals converted into a political slug-fest?
A Twitter user @KyaUkhaadLega has replied to tweets by journalist Rajdeep Sardesai many times, and the replies are absolutely hilarious.
Unique problems require unique solutions, has the time come for this?
Advaita Kala writes about her experience of being in Kannur in Kerala, where communists have killed many Hindu activists.
Though Harsha had bitter experience of late in his professional life, he believes Indians should stay positive.
Did the national media take the entire country for a ride based on a WhatsApp message?
Some have begun redefining the role of journalists
Another MSM hitjob which is result of either utter incompetence or malafide intent.
A simple explanation in a layman’s language on why the move by the Kejriwal government is counterproductive.
In Kejriwal Raj, journalists have to tow his line
In 10 years, this company in Uttarakhand would have sold land at 15x the price, but...
Was it Justin Trudeau manipulating media to his advantage?
In the age of rumor mongering on social media, political leaders must be more responsible in their communication.
Is the Jungle Book really scary for children?
Scared students want to go home and come back to a campus that has been shifted to a safe city.
Police ruled out caste angle in a case which was promoted by media as Dalits vs Upper caste
Students under attack for standing up to a group who was chanting anti-India slogans
A deep dive into the books used for teaching our children reveals much work is needed
The low-down on the excise on jewellery controversy
No jokes on Kanhaiya please, say Indian "left liberals"
An alleged 'joke' on the Pope, a legal notice, and an apology from a star.
Anti-India slogans were raised in NIT Srinagar after India lost to West Indies in the World Cup
"Left wing extremism" must be put to a complete end now. Else, people will conclude that this government has been equally inept in tackling this menace.
Will the moral compass of gatekeepers of Freedom of Expression allow them to speak out on this?
Sonia, Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi, all find a mention in India's school books. Catching them young?
Pakistan media authorities take a dig at Indian media even as Indian journalists spread propaganda
A fake picture of a survey showing PM Modi in poor light was circulated on social media
Washington Post creates a story on journalism in India based on half-baked data.
A grand International event took place in Delhi but India media was fixated only on the negatives
The editorial for which a Marathi daily's editor had to apologize - Not Intolerance
'absolute falsehood & utter garbage' was the response of the CEO of Niti Aayog to a journalist's claims
Quick to Abuse/ defame and late/negligient in apologising is what is driving media these days
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’.
Sagarika had misguided viewers by misusing a Sri Sri Interview in 2011
Ind vs Pak T20 match: a “chance to humiliate India” and a “key to PM Modi’s policy” says Indian media
Indian media has officially lost it?
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.
Joining the dots of ideology
The scenes over RSS shorts
An analysis of what Ghulam Nabi Azad said
Analysis of top stories which of February
On Sunday night, Twitter discovered that Amnesty India's Aakar Patel was connected to Vijay Mallya.
Haters of Sri Sri are spreading rumors by editing videos and photos of the World Cultural Festival event
The issue of marital rape, and why India is not ready to make it a criminal offense.
A retelling of the scam
A young graduate of IIMC struggled for his livelihood for years, just because he shouted slogans against Barkha Dutt
Jhanvi Behal became a victim of cyberbullying for expressing her views.
In a free-wheeling interview, HH Sri Sri Ravi Shankar speaks to us on a variety of issues
Will action be taken on those who spread falsehoods on social media?
A detailed documentary on Ishrat Jahan was purposefully ignored by the Indian media in 2014
The outrage over EPF and the genesis
A shocking video of an AAP MLA publically using abusive words for the Modi Government has surfaced out. A video posted on a blog named TheLotPot shows AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan jubilantly saying, "Jis tarah se ye Haramkhor Modi Sarkar..." in a public rally and gathering applause from the audience. The controversial MLA of AAP was supporting and defending Mufti Qasmi, who was arrested for delivering provocative and inflammatory speeches in support of the Caliphate. Not only that, as shown in the video, Amanatullah Khan also provoked the Muslim community to do gherao of the Home Minister's residence. He can be clearly heard emphasizing on the Muslim...
This budget presents a believable picture on the numbers and outlines the priority area of government spending without doing anything fancy.
A case for more tolerance
Its time for the Red Maoist Carpet
ABP News caught is the lies of "Viral Sach"
An effort to redeem our children's education
When a magazine saw the Outlook of Indians
Opinions are masquerading as "fact-check"
Rajdeep Sardesai didn’t call Dawood Ibrahim a patriot, but he virtually painted him a victim.
Barkha Dutt's letter is a consortium of lies and half-truths
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
Adarsh Liberals have today filed a PIL in the Supreme Court demanding the national flag be declared a dangerous weapon.
Rajdeep's open letter is a desperate attempt at survival in media.
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...
Is nation greater or religion for the "FoEktards"
Discuss, debate, dissent but please, don’t be disloyal.