As Netizens trend #NoPropagandaHoli, here are 7 examples of when brands made the Hindu festival an excuse to peddle the liberal agenda
Social media users have strongly opposed the virtue signaling by brands and 'influencers' centered around Holi.
Nike, H&M, Uniqlo and other brands face fire in China after comments on forced labour camps in Xinjiang
Shares of H&M, Nike Inc. and others have said to have plummeted after Chinese government officials endorsed the boycott and celebrities cut ties with brands including Adidas, New Balance and Japan’s Uniqlo.
Rihanna apologises to Muslim community for using a song with Hadiths in virtual runway show for lingerie collection
Rihanna receives criticism for using a song with Hadith during a virtual runway show of her Savage X Fenty lingerie collection.
An interesting pattern has emerged through Tharoor's tweets, especially when he is condoling a famous person's death.
Media spreads fake news about Parineeti Chopra being removed as Haryana Brand Ambassador due to anti-CAA tweets. Here is the truth
Parineeti Chopra’s contract as brand ambassador with Haryana govt ended in 2017 and was not renewed
There are way too many controversies related with The Quint. Does Bloomberg not care about its brand image?
Subramanian Swamy had earlier claimed that the name ‘Republic’ was in violation of National Emblems act.
The term ‘Republic’ is among names not allowed by the government to be used for commercial purposes.
The ad around demonetisation exposed the phoney concerns of privileged activist class.
Digital wallets, e-commerce websites, banks, etc. are using the opportunity to push their products.
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