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The Print article by Shekhar Gupta on air battle after Balakot airstrikes peddles faulty analysis, half truths and whole lies
In most cases, commentators have tried to be factual and present as accurate an account of the aerial battle as possible. A noted exception has been an article carried in The Print and written no less by Shekhar Gupta.
Netflix's Delhi Crime reminds us that in a country of a billion people, a horror story is always around the corner.
Discussion around ‘politicisation of Army’ deeply flawed: An apolitical army does not mean a disenfranchised Army
The politicisation of the Armed Forces is a phrase being bandied about a lot in the recent past.
Congress responds to Smriti Irani’s press conference on Rahul Gandhi’s dubious land deals with a hitjob against her
The allegations against Smriti Irani appear to be a rather desperate on Congress' part to deflect attention from its President's links to arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari.
The report estimates a total of 13.5-14.9 million job additions per annum by the Narendra Modi government. These estimates are again indicative of robust job creation in the economy over the last five years.
Congress leader P Chidambaram gives veiled threat to the journalist asking him uncomfortable questions
Is there more to the threat by P Chidambaram to The Print journalist than what meets the eye?
A quick round up of things that made it to news today.
Rahul Gandhi has lowered the bar of basic human decency in the current political landscape.
It is indeed worrisome how big media like The Print, which is run by the Editors Guild chief Shekhar Gupta, no less and The Telegraph spread rumours and lies about the Polio vaccine
The axiomatic call of duty rooted in a soldier has always been respected by this Government and given utmost importance
The new News channel is reportedly expected to counter Arnab Goswami's Republic TV.
Justice AK Sikri declines honorary judicial position: Here is how lies were spread about his appointment
A K Sikri was nominated for Commonwealth Secretariat Arbitral Tribunal in November 2018, much before any knew that he would representing CJI Gogoi in CBI Director selection committee
‘You are supposed to inform people’: Rajyavardhan Rathore slices through Shekhar Gupta led The Print’s misleading article
Shekhar Gupta led The Print has been known to spread several lies since its inception. This time they have decided to spread fake news about the Information and Broadcasting Ministry.
Chief Mentor at Live Law files contempt petition against Sabarimala Tantri for closing the Shrine after entry of women
PV Dinesh is the founder and Chief-Mentor at Live Law, the news portal for legal journalism. He has previously filed another contentious petition regarding Sabarimala
Justice Mudgal has denied all the allegations of sexual assault against him calling them "utterly false and baseless"
Not only is the media sowing seeds of divisions within the country, outlets like Shekhar Gupta's The Print are also providing a platform to Khalistanis to further their anti India agenda
Cambridge distances itself from The Print report after OpIndia fact-check, The Print continues to obfuscate
Reacting to our report, CAIE said that they are aware of the inaccuracies in Shekhar Gupta led The Print article
The Print concocts Cambridge survey conclusions about ‘most Indian girls students aspiring to become journalists and psychologists’
The Print led by Shekhar Gupta has published an article based on a census report by Cambridge Assessment International Education with conclusions which appear completely made up
It is alleged that NFDC funded movies which were not co-produced by them
Controversial poster Jack held was not ‘rhetorical’ but entirely about caste, confirms the person who gifted the poster
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has got himself in a pickle after posing with a "Smash Brahminical Patriarchy" poster
The article by Shivam Vij in question talks about an economic slowdown that is being projected for the year ahead.
‘Celebrity’ lawyer in Kathua rape case attended just 2 out of 110 hearings, removed by victim’s family
Deepika Singh Rajawat says she can't go to Pathankot for daily hearings
Politicians are, at the end of day, guided by electoral considerations.
Barkha Dutt uses fake data and biased rhetoric to deny the institutional discrimination Hindus suffer in India
The only thing that Barkha does get right in her video is the fact that Hindus are not hapless victims.
Fact-Check: The Print publishes drivel by a YouTuber running the Statue of Unity down, here is the truth
Sardar wanted to create a strong and modern India, we’ve made considerable progress on that front so isn’t it time that we gave our unsung heroes their due?
It is about time the Delhi Government takes cognizance of the need to find a solution to the chronic problem of pollution that the citizens face.
Taslima lies about Hindu temples that don't allow women
Abhinav Khare has claimed that the findings if the internal committee were not as Sonam is portraying
He has said that the victim is a Dalit Bahujan survivor and afraid of disclosing her identity