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SIMI encounter tapes prove terrorists too fired at police, but media claims opposite

The tapes help the cops more than they hurt them. It is clear that they were engaged in a gun battle.

SIMI terrorists killed, skepticism among some in media and social media

How people reacted to the killing of SIMI members who had killed a policeman and fled from Bhopal jail earlier.
The Print founders Barkha Dutt and Shekhar Gupta

The curious case of Barkha Dutt and Shekhar Gupta’s joint venture

Has Barkha Dutt left or been removed from a company she founded with Shekhar Gupta?

Decoding NDTV’s mysterious U-Turn: India above Politics

Buckling under pressure, a nationalistic turn, or something else?

This is how a politically correct surgical strike will be carried out by Indian Army

If Indian Army decided to address all the concerns of so-called liberals and opposition leaders, this is how next strike will look like.

The India I discovered after traveling across it to spread knowledge on gravitational waves

What I learnt after lecturing on Einstein & Black Holes across India

Why Are Delhi’s Roads Flooded? – Some Solutions

Every problem has a solution, just that one must try to solve

Media and “Intellectuals” sympathise with Terrorist Wani, Social media rebukes

Some apologists of terror still present in mainstream India

Cabinet reshuffle: How the media got it completely wrong

Parrots or even Tarots maybe better predictors than Indian MSM
Saba Naqvi, Outlook

Saba Naqvi: The line between being a journalist and being an AAP cheerleader

Ethics in Indian journalism are at an all time low

Harsh Mander: The obsessive Ishrat apologist

It is time some people hide behind lies to defend the indefensible.

Mr Home Minister – Time to go all-in to end Left wing extremism

"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.

Rectifying Washington Post bias about the Indian Media

Washington Post creates a story on journalism in India based on half-baked data.

Kejriwal shared fake “Pakistan Zindabad” JNU video to target ABVP, will he apologise?

Will action be taken on those who spread falsehoods on social media?

Top Lies spread by Indian Media in December 2015

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...

“First Day First Show”: Did Odd-Even work? and how Media played its part

Call it a novel idea, call it "Tughlaq-esque", Delhi's Odd-Even plan caught the eye of many in India and most on social media. One of the reasons for this could be our Delhi based media's infatuation with the Delhi state Government which often leads it to conflate stories which are important to Delhi, with stories which matter for India as a whole. Add to that Arvind Kejriwal's penchant for making a media spectacle out of anything he does (based on advice from his Guru Rajdeep Sardesai) and you have a sure shot prime-time debate topic. So did this Odd-Even experiment work based...

Journalist and old friend of Sanjiv Bhatt asks: Did you use me Sanjiv Sahab?

A journalist feels betrayed by former Gujarat IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt. Read his first hand account of what happened.

Sorry Rahul Gandhi, the various claims about your whereabouts don’t add up

Rahul Gandhi is missing and his alibi doesn't seem to hold ground

Attacking Modi’s mother shows the intellectual bankruptcy of Congress

A pathetic attack from Congress which will backfire on them some day

Top Lies spread by Indian Media in August 2015

Indian MSM has erred on 25 counts in August 2015

Last day of APJ Abdul Kalam – He went away teaching all of us

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam lived his last day emulating all that he stood for.

Are we wasting huge money on IITians or are we victims of our myopic perspective?

"Are IITians contributing as much it is expected from them?"

South Africa lost another World Cup Semifinal, but this time I feel emotionally choked

I wanted South Africa to win against New Zealand, not only because I love the game, but also because it was an emotional desire.

Is a community under attack? Or a Prime Minister?

Are the "repeated attacks on Christians" a conspiracy to defame the country and the PM?

India’s SAHEB – Batman or Bait-man

Is SAHEB a hero or a villain? or someon stuck in between? Waatho takes a look at all his "accomplishments" and "shortcomings"

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