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Manish Tewari puts his foot in his mouth
An intellectually dishonest 'historian' couldn't write any better
It is time one stops eulogizing Jawaharlal Nehru as some apostle of freedom of speech
Misrepresenting facts to suit the agenda.
Mimicry artist Shyam Rangeela told OpIndia.com that his words were twisted by the media
Mirchi sunne wale hue nakhush!
Has social media struck another Goliath?
Twitter users remind Congress of their true legacy
Twitterati shows the pseudo liberals the mirror
Twitter wasn't too impressed with the Wire
Speculations were rife about the possible takeover of the media group
The aftermath of the whole incident also raises some serious questions
Kodnani has been accused of leading a mob during the 2002 riots, but a video shows she was in state assembly.
He has been served a defamation case by the secretary of the Karnataka BJP Yuva Morcha
Hindustan Times wasn't happy with her achievements
Another major face-palm moment for the BJP over the Chandigarh stalking incident
The partisan agenda is to fill Hindus with guilt and encourage victimhood among 'minority' communities.
All is not well between Barkha and NDTV
The media is at it again spreading fake news. Either huge incompetence or agenda driven propaganda.
Doesn't bode too well for the so called 'Kashmiriyat' of the people
Basirhat in West Bengal is boiling for the past couple of days after a Facebook post offended Muslims
They may not be directly sponsored or conceived by the party, but read why such narratives help the Congress.
After ‘Church attacks’ and ‘Growing intolerance’, usual suspects declare ‘Lynchings’ as new narrative
This the latest narrative launched to benefit those who patronised the 'journalists' and 'activists' for decades.
A needless controversy has been created owing to a BJP legislator's rational demand
S Gurumurthy has raised many valid questions about NDTV's dubious dealings that went unpunished for long.
Words we use go on to define our conscience and consciousness, look how they are chosen by 'liberals'.
Suppression of free speech or fight against an impersonator?
Ethics in Indian journalism are at an all time low
Journalism standards of NDTV hit a new low, but gets exposed on Twitter.
On Sunday night, Twitter discovered that Amnesty India's Aakar Patel was connected to Vijay Mallya.