BBC apologises for its coverage of footballer Eriksen’s collapse, it is time they apologise for their grotesque reportage on India’s Covid outbreak too
The western media outlets, including BBC, ought to apologise India for perpetrating racism with their egregious coverage of country's COVID-19 pandemic and linking it with morbid images of burning funeral pyres.
Washington Post journalist deletes his racist tweet against Indians, blocks everyone who calls out his racism
Washington Post's Dave Weigel's problematic tweets raise eyebrows, netizens call out the racism.
During the second wave, did these columnists charge a “surge fee” to foreign newspapers? Or was it that so many people offered to write columns that their wages got depressed?
From America to Europe to Australia, no human being on the face of this earth is safe. Because the "Indian variant" is coming for everyone.
Rana Ayyub, Barkha Dutt and the funeral pyre of journalism: How western media has attacked Modi Sarkar in 7 years of its rule
For seven years since it came to power at the centre, Modi government has been ceaselessly subjected to attacks by western media outlets.
Congress toolkit: The uncanny resemblances between the actions of Congress supporters and instructions in the AICC document are hard to miss
Several comments and actions by Congress leaders and supporters show that they were following the toolkit prepared by AICC
Congress may have rubbished the toolkit as ‘fake’ but there are enough reasons why people find it authentic
A toolkit was recently in circulation that highlighted the Congress party's devious attempts to tarnish the Modi government.
It’s a classic case of projection. Liberals see their opponents as they themselves are. Fawning over their leaders in a way that would rival North Korean state television.
Here is how the international media called Osama Bin Laden ‘a warrior building road to peace’ 27 years ago
Years before the gruesome 9/11 attacks, Osama Bin Laden was hailed by the international media as a philanthropist who emancipated Muslims in the Afghan war and was helping build roads for the poor in Sudan
Daily Telegraph had been publishing the Chinese state-funded section China Watch for more than a decade now
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