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It’s not that Islam is all about violence. That will be as unfair as saying Hinduism is all about caste. However, currently, the political and mythological aspects of Islam are prevailing over the philosophical and mystic ones.
Home Minister Amit Shah made the statement at the fifth International Ramayana Festival.
Two articles, one dangerous agenda: Shekhar Gupta led The Print furthers the ‘righteous Jihad’ narrative
Chitralekha Zutshi begins her article in The Print in a sombre and sad tone, stating Kashmiriyat is dead, while Zainab Sikander lamented the loss of voice of Muslims because of Jinnah
Shekhar Gupta’s The Print says Muslims silent over Tabrez Ansari, after multiple violent protests by Muslim mobs rocked parts of India
In the article, titled 'Indian Muslims are silent over Tabrez Ansari because of Muhammad Ali Jinnah', Shekhar Gupta led The Print argues that the Indian Muslim community has been beaten into silence by the all-encompassing Evil Hindu Fascism.
No ‘Aryan Gene’ in Rakhigarhi skeletons, Indus Valley population largest source of ancestry for South Asians: Study
The study involved the inspection of DNA samples of the skeletons found in Rakhigarhi, an Indus Valley Civilisation (IVC) site in Haryana.
Preparing military action for the last 20 days, Pakistan quietly gathers supplies in PoK and near LoC: Reports
Pakistan has been strategizing a military response to India's decision to revoke Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir.
Enjoy the Whataboutism. By the way, how long before some renowned 'divider' in media tries to size up yesterday’s arrest in terms of caste or regional faultlines? Let’s see who does it first.
Deplorable ‘journalists’ further Pakistan propaganda and undermine India: Why should their patriotism not be questioned
Indian 'journalists' and 'intellectuals' have taken up the mantle of peddling the Pakistan narrative on Kashmir it appears.
Shekhar Gupta claims protests in Kashmir are Pakistan’s best hope, then asks govt to lift restrictions so protests can happen
It is not clear why Gupta, who just days ago claimed that protests in Kashmir will be Pakistan's best hope is now urging the government to lift restrictions and allow protests.
Shekhar Gupta and The Print sell their soul, blame Yediyurappa for a Kumaraswamy era scandal that names Congress leaders
Bengaluru Commissioner Bhaskar Rao is now under the scanner for using power brokers close to the Congress party to get himself a job. The Print released the transcript, but not without adding its own lies
Incompetence or malice? Indiatimes twists Ranvir Shorey’s comments against Congress to target Modi Govt on abrogation of Article 370
IndiaTimes took a comment by actor Ranveer Shorey against the Congress government opposing abrogation of Article 370 and said that he 'slammed' the Modi government instead
The Wire journalist reduces Dr APJ Abdul Kalam to his religious identity of being a Muslim, compares him with her former boss ex-VP Hamid Ansari
Twitter users pointed it out that any Indian regardless of his/her political leanings respects Dr Kalam because of his achievements and his contributions to the nation's development.
Rahul Gandhi visits the family of Sheila Dikshit after coming from vacationing in USA
Kapil Sibal backed Tiranga TV channel disappears from some platforms, fired employees file complaint to Press Council, Editors Guild
Launched ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, English News channel Tiranga TV that started off as Harvest TV, has landed in fresh turmoil.
Fact Check: Is the Finance Ministry restricting media entry in its premises as claimed by the media and Congress?
The Finance Ministry has even set up an air-conditioned waiting room where adequate seats and charging points are provided for electronic gear. Arrangements for tea and coffee have also been made. However, media persons have to seek prior appointments before entering the ministry premises.
Fired employees of Tiranga TV stage protest outside Kapil Sibal’s house, demand six months salary as compensation
Tiranga TV employees alleged they have been abruptly sacked from their jobs without being served any prior notice
Shekhar Gupta’s The Print pronounces punishment for the convicted in Kathua case even before the court does
In one of its reports, the Print, which has a habit of distorting facts, proclaimed the judgement even before the honourable court did. The court is scheduled to deliver the sentence this afternoon at 2 PM.
Amidst fierce political slugfest, the Indian media dismissed Modi's re-election as PM, only at their own peril
Here are the 5 excuses Congress will use to deflect attention from the Gandhi Parivar’s failure if the Exit Polls hold true
If the Exit Polls hold true and Rahul Gandhi faces defeat, the Congress party will deflect attention from the utter failure of the leadership of its party and look for scapegoats to blame.
Main ullu hoon, lekin itna bada ullu nahin hoon: Mani Shankar Aiyar brazens out after justifying his ‘neech aadmi’ comment
Mani Shankar Aiyar has no regrets about his casteist slurs against PM Modi
Mani Shankar Aiyar justifies his ‘neech aadmi’ comment, BJP supporters ‘welcome back’ their lucky charm
Mani Shankar Aiyar is prone to putting his foot in his mouth when it comes to scoring self-goal by making controversial statements
Shahid Afridi says he will not allow daughters to play outdoor games because of social and religious reasons
They have permission to play all the indoor games they want, but my daughters are not going to be competing in public sporting activities, Afridi has written.
Delhi government schools have had disastrous results for class 10 board exams in the last two years, but AAP is not taking any responsibility for it
Editors Guild whose chief hailed Mamata for fighting ‘fire with fire’ condemns violence against journalists in Bengal without naming her
The Editors Guild has today issued a statement condemning the violence unleashed upon journalists in Mamata Banerjee led West Bengal during 2019 Lok Sabha Elections.
Chairman of Editors Guild justifies TMC’s violence in West Bengal, showers praise for fighting ‘fire with fire, venom with venom’
Shekhar Gupta has this to say: "Fight fire with fire, venom with venom... Mamata in Bengal shows how offence is the best defence to stop the Modi-Shah cavalry..."
The Print, headed by the chief of Editors Guild, maintains stoic silence as Bengal burns with poll violence
Media outlet run by the Chief of the Editors Guild himself, The Print, hasn't found the time to highlight the matter of the journalists who were attacked yesterday and the violence in West Bengal
Two AAP MLAs lunged towards Kejriwal and one punched him such that his glasses fell off, claims Kapil Mishra
AAP MLAs reportedly beat up Kejriwal so much that he has injured his knees and could not walk properly
The Print publishes a bogus and statistically inaccurate ‘research’ to claim retweeting PM Modi increases chances to get LS ticket
Titled “Retweeting Modi increases BJP MPs’ chances of getting a Lok Sabha ticket: Study,” The Print article was written by Barbara De Alfaro, a student of political science at UC Berkeley
Shekhar Gupta says ‘latest’ CVoter survey predicts BJP getting 220 in 2019 elections, Yashwant Deshmukh calls it fake news
Yashwant Deshmukh of CVoter, putting the record straight said that CVoter has respected the Election Commission embargo and has not released any vote or seat numbers once the election process started.
When NDTV deleted interview of ex-Navy Chief because Shekhar Gupta was possibly angry at ‘darling of foreign vendors’ comment
Admiral DK Joshi had given an exclusive interview to NDVT, but that was soon deleted by the media company.