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Mainstream media targets Hindus, paints Temple foundation ceremony a ‘waste of resources’: Details

Hindustan Times harangued Hindus over the foundation ceremony of Devnarayan temple to be constructed in Rajasthan.

Bengal elections can finish career of Prashant Kishore, and he is desperate, can his media friends save him?

While BJP wants to win 200 seats in Bengal, TMC is confident of retaining its majority in the state, bolstered by inexplicable Prashant Kishor.

After The Hindu, Indian newspaper Hindustan Times publishes Chinese propaganda supplement amidst border standoff

Hindustan Times publishes a 4 page supplement prepared by China Daily containing propaganda material by China

Brewing controversy: Internal group of Muslim employees of Facebook complain over anti-Muslim content, media forgets to mention it is a Muslim group

Muslim employees of Facebook have raised the matter of the platform's silence on alleged 'anti-Muslim' bigotry with top leadership.

Mahesh Bhatt plants a paid article praising himself after finding himself at the centre of nepotism debate in Bollywood

To counter allegations of nepotism, Mahesh Bhatt plants paid article praising himself saying he gave opportunity to many newcomers

PIB fact-checks Hindustan Times: Report claimed an army soldier died due to injuries sustained in the Galwan clash

PIB debunked the claims made by the Hindustan Times connecting the death of Havaldar Bishan Singh to the injuries he sustained during Galwan stand-off

Suspended Hindustan Times reporter issues apology after Hinduphobic tweet goes viral, says her comment is being taken out of context

Suspended Hindustan Times reporter Shristi Jaiswal has issued an apology after her Hinduphobic tweet went viral on social media.

Hindustan Times distances itself from journalist Srishti Jaswal’s Hinduphobic tweets, suspends her from duties and orders probe

Hindustan Times said that Srishti Jaswal was suspended after her Hinduphobic tweet and a code of conduct committee has been set up

Post mortem reports prove that migrant workers did not die of starvation as claimed by sections of the media

Numerous media reports have claimed that migrant workers died due to hunger and starvation in Shramik Trains.

Media reports that TRAI has recommended moving to 11-digit mobile number system, TRAI says it is fake news

While TRAI recommended adding 0 before the number while calling mobile from landline, media misinterpreted it as new 11 digit number system

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