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'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.
The more things change, the more things remain the same.
He urged Shabana Azmi to call out the Muslim community for the orthodoxy and anti-vaccination propaganda.
Kapil Sibal was against the impeachment process then, what changed now?
Conviction of Bajrang Dal leader Babu Bajrangi has been upheld
This appears to be a classic case of drawing a target after the arrow has landed on a spot.
Shashi Tharoor claims Kerala High Court judgement, which is available on official website, is ‘fake’
A line Kerala High court judgement raises questions on Shashi Tharoor's claims about him being a Hindu.
The women are currently undergoing treatment at a hospital
Mainstream media blurs the line between satire and real news
Himachal doctor’s prophylaxis to prevent Rabies which reduced treatment cost from Rs 35,000 to Rs 350 gets WHO nod
A big achievement for the Indian doctor
Rahul Gandhi can't blame Modi for the sins of his Govt
Dalit leader Jigesh Mevani hasn't yet launched any agitation against this matter