Wife Pramila Dixit launches Rohit Sardana Foundation to support independent journalism: Here is how you can support the campaign
Pramila Dixit announced the decision to launch the Rohit Sardana Foundation in honour of the deceased journalist.
Safoora Zargar celebrates Aaj Tak anchor Rohit Sardana’s death, says ‘maut ka tamasha’ is trailer for ‘Godi Media’
Safoora Zargar today took to Twitter to celebrate the death of Rohit Sardana and hurled abuses against him and 'Godi Media'.
‘Love jihad’ laws not anti Muslim, says Yogi Adityanath, narrates story of Dilshad who pretended to be Amit to marry Hindu woman
Yogi Adityanath speaks on 'love jihad' laws, law and order situation in UP and Bengal elections
“Samachar Tamasha Nahi” – 5 instances in recent history when India Today group had indulged in drama, fake news and shoddy journalism
While Aaj Tak runs 'Samachar Tamasha Nahi' campaign claiming to be no-nonsense channel, 5 incidents when it was caught spreading fake news
‘We are converting labourers into farmers in Brazil’, BKU leader Rakesh Tikait confirms his global links
Rakesh Tikait inadvertently discloses the larger conspiracy behind the ongoing agitation against the three farm laws
Truth bomb by Rohit Sardana triggers AltNews Islamist apologists, complain to Rahul Kanwal who they think can understand their angst
During a live QandA session with viewers on farmer protests, one Shaukat Ali tried to solicit a reaction from Rohit Sardana.
For the Bharat Bandh segment streamed on Reliance Jio's Fibre TV, a distorted map of India was displayed on AajTak channel.
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting asks NBSA to take action against Aaj Tak for violating HC order on Hathras case reporting
The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting had asked the authority to take appropriate action against the channel after received a complaint filed by Congress party supporter Saket Gokhale.
NBSA orders AajTak to apologise live on October 27 for spreading fake news on Sushant Singh Rajput case
The NBSA had earlier asked Aaj Tak to pay a fine of Rs 1 lakh and had asked the broadcaster to air an apology admitting on national television that it did not conduct the due diligence required prior to telecasting the tweets.
The benign gibberish on AajTak: How a clueless anchor and a clueless journalist discussed how clueless they are
Since no news channel seem to have any prior information about the PM's message, Aaj Tak probably decided to share random sentences repeatedly.