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Biased Journalism

‘Charampanthi nahin aatankwadi’: Netizens correct BBC for watering down terror attack

BBC referred to the terrorists who killed the former SPO of J&K and his wife in a terror attack on Sunday evening as 'charampanthi' (extremist)

‘Neutral’ The Quint publishes video promoting Congress’ work during Covid ‘coincidentally’ just day before Rahul Gandhi wants his party to help in pandemic

Quint sets ground for Rahul Gandhi to come and take moral credit for Youth Congress' efforts amid coronavirus pandemic.

Anti-India bias in reporting on Indian economy is destroying the credibility of the New York Times (and others)

Despite global media houses claiming doom in economy of India, investors continue to show confidence on the country

I-T Dept initiates probe against the Hindu for running Chinese propaganda, complaint filed against Hindustan Times too: Report

The complaint seeks an investigation into inflow of Chinese money that might have be received by these newspapers for publishing the Chinese advertisements.

Times of India hides identity of Dilbar Qureshi who posed as a Hindu man and kidnapped a minor Hindu girl in Delhi Love Jihad...

The Times of India report merely says that a 13-year old girl was kidnapped by a 25-year old man, hiding his identity completely

No ‘witty’ headline on first page: Scared of Mamata Banerjee, Telegraph ignores police brutality on BJP workers during protests

The BJP protest and police crackdown on it was carried on sixth page of Telegraph, with first devoted to article on cotton and silk sarees

‘Vinod Dua said that quarantine centres were detention centres, justified stone-pelting on doctors by certain community’: Mahesh Jethmalani in SC

Vinod Dua, in his YouTube videos on pandemic, had allegedly urged people to come out on streets like the American people.

Barkha Dutt issued notice by Delhi HC in plea seeking transfer of her criminal complaint against Kapil Sibal to special PMLA court

Barkha Dutt had accused Kapil Sibal of firing the journalists at Tiranga TV without prior notice and also of withholding the salaries of journalists for a year.

‘Shed your political bias or quit BBC’: New chief Tim Davie promises radical changes after constant complaints of Left bias

Tim Davie has recently taken charge as BBC's new director general from Tony Hall.

If a journalist says she is neutral, she must be lying: Shekhar Gupta shatters the sham of ‘neutrality’ in a rare moment of honesty

Shekhar Gupta, one of the foremost faces of supposed "neutrality" in the world of journalism and the chief of the Editors Guild of India recently acknowledged that journalists naturally had political biases

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