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Organisers postpone TM Krishna’s New Delhi concert, the event had faced backlash for Krishna’s Hinduphobia and bigotry
Several members raised their objection against using public money to hold music shows involving TM Krishna, who allegedly holds objectionable views about India, its culture and art forms
On October 24, the Bhubaneswar-Cuttack Police arrested him in connection with a criminal case filed for his tweets in 2017
Rajdeep Sardesai has an unmatchable reputation in the Indian Journalism Arena.
Sardesai's tweets are too similar to tweets posted by many popular Twitter users.
OpIndia has long advocated that Editors and a media house should be held accountable by its readers and that, it is the responsibility of the media house to respond to feedback and/or criticism. We believe no entity has the right to advocate such accountability when it shies away from the mirror being held to itself. To that end, we have decided to form a Readers’ Board. The board would consist of people who we know are our well-wishers but would never hesitate when it comes to asking us for answers, and would also be fair in dealing with, and forwarding to the...
Organised and planned by Mangaluru Literary Foundation, the running theme of the maiden edition is "Idea of Bharat"
3-judge bench led by CJI Gogoi stated that Iyer Mitra cannot be granted bail as his comments have incited religious feelings.
Arrested ‘Urban Naxal’ spewed venom at event by same organisation that called Amarnath Yatra ‘militarised pilgrimage’
Navlakha can be seen glorifying Kashmiri separatism in his speech.
Not to put down achievements of HAL, but perhaps it was not ready for Rafale.
As of now, it appears that the allegations of a scam by either side are merely political rhetoric
There is more to life than the game of Oppression Olympics and Victimology Poker
'Mother Teresa was not a friend of the poor. She was a friend of poverty.'
Those who like to speak the truth, don't have stomach to hear it.
Who you think was being ‘served’ at this Media rumble: the establishment or the people?
Using this to target journalists whose opinions are starkly against you is fascism
This is not the first time satire has been mistaken for 'news'
Madhur Bhandarkar summarizes his sufferings during “Indu Sarkar” by the Congress, headed by “the benefactor of freedom of expression”
Madhur here recollects the harrowing experience he had when he was hounded by the Congress workers
Congress President Rahul Gandhi could try practicing before tweeting
The statements of the former Vice President raises questions on the credentials of the ability and intellectual level of the person
Patron Saint of hypocrisy, Rajdeep Sardesai, downplays human trafficking charges against Mother Teresa’s charity
This is not the first time that Rajdeep Sardesai has displayed his hypocrisy
Modi giving Rs 1000 crores to Ambani’s Jio Institute? How lies were spread over ‘Institutes of Eminence’ list
No private institutions will receive the government grant, but vested interests took no time to spread 'Modi giving 1000 crores to Ambani'.
The decision to set up the parallel courts could be a blow to the respect and integrity for India's secular judiciary.
Gauri Lankesh and Shujaat Bukhari: a tale of two murders
Barkha yet again proves that she is the torch bearer of shoddy, dishonest journalism.
Remember the commentary when Prashant Poojary was murdered?
How ‘journalists’ used terrorist attack on one of their own to score a political point and bully others
Unfortunate that journalists were busy playing bullying individuals instead of mourning the loss of a life.
The power of narrative building is immense.
Irony died and went to hell when Rajdeep Sardesai advised others to ‘not play politics over dead bodies’
Hypocrisy has a way of being exposed, especially on social media
Politicians and lost sense of humour: Jyotiraditya Scindia falls for satire ‘dowry calculator’ website
The line between reality and satire is so blurred, it has become increasingly easy to mistake satire for real.
The silence of the lambs.