Kapil Sibal attacks OpIndia, defends IndiaSpend, hails AltNews: What it says about him and Congress’ incestuous relationship with media
Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal has made a habit of defending Fake News in the highest court of the country.
Kapil Sibal in SC defends fake news spread by IndiaSpend, whose founding trustee is the Data Analytics head of Congress
Kapil Sibal defended fake news about Kashmir by IndiaSpend while arguing a case in the SC
Solicitor General cites OpIndia report in SC to debunk misleading report by IndiaSpend and The Wire on Kashmir
The Supreme Court (SC) is hearing cases related to the so-called communication shut-down in Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370
The Wire uses 2015 survey and laces it with lies to say mental health issues on the rise in Kashmir post abrogation of Article...
The Wire on 14th September 2019 published an article headlined, "Ground Report: Kashmir Blackout Is Triggering a New Wave of Mental Health Issues".
Cow has become cause of terror for some: Abhisar Sharma’s deranged rant on cows is also factually incorrect
Purveyor of fake news, Abhisar Sharma, who likes to identify himself as a 'journalist', through the propaganda website NewsClick's YouTube channel has gone on a deranged rant against cows.
The 'Hate Crime Watch' had gone to the extent of giving a clean chit to Islamic terrorist who was responsible for the Pulwama terror attack.
The Wire and IndiaSpend’s Factchecker journalist caught trying to manipulate Dalit victims who were attacked by local Muslims to prove ‘no hate crime’
While the date of the recording is not clear, it can be inferred from above conversation that it took place sometime in July.
IndiaSpend’s ‘FactChecker’ twists facts again, portrays Muslims as victims in the Hauz Qazi temple desecration case
FactChecker claims tensions flared between two the communities on 2nd of July after bike rallies by Bajrang Dal and VHP.
Times of India whitewashes Aligarh murder, downplays brutality, blames social media for ‘communal spin’
Since AltNews' attempts to whitewash the crimes and downplay the brutality has failed, elements in mainstream media has taken it upon themselves to push the narrative.
The award was presented to the FactChecker by the Global Editors Network in their Data Journalism Awards for 2019.