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Rana Ayyub tells Harvard University students how to speak ‘truth to power’, after spreading fake news over Ghaziabad fake hate crime

Rana Ayyub interacted with the students of Harvard University over challenges facing journalism and 'speaking truth to power'.

Here are some tricks used by “fact-checkers” and how to call them out

Like so many other things, fact-checking might have begun with a handful of good intentions at heart but that is not what it is now

Journalism: The new performance art

With the COVID-19 pandemic, journalists have screamed "Beware of the Ides of March" to anyone who would listen - Barkha Dutt for example.

MeToo accused and co-founder of leftist propaganda website The Wire Sidharth Bhatia elected as President of Mumbai Press Club

The co-founder of leftist propaganda website Sidharth Bhatia secured a victory against Sudhakar Kashyap to be elected as the President of the Mumbai Press Club.

Kerala High Court quashes defamation case against Malayala Manorama, says media has the right to publish news with necessary commentary

Court observed that the report published by Manorama Daily mentioned complainant as an accused in a case registered by police

Dainik Bhaskar uses NITian Anita Bharti’s image in an article about actress Preetika Chauhan’s arrest by NCB in drug case

Anita Bhati is a student of NIT Patna, who had recently started an online portal of 'TuOn', providing free coaching to students from 7th to 12th grade and those preparing for competitive exams

Marathi channel Loksatta censured by Press Council of India for publishing a fake story about the State of Unity

PCI Inquiry Committee found that claims made by Loksatta were 'absolutely incorrect' and 'figment of imagination by the newspaper'.

Battle for SSR: How different media channels put out conflicting reports about AIIMS report and how one doctor is at the heart of it

Amidst the contradictory reports and distinct narratives peddled by different news channels following Dr Sudhi's claims, the Sushant Singh death case continues to be surrounded by controversy.

NDTV journalist of ‘chhota mota bomb blast’ fame is incensed at speech he finds uncomfortable: Read how

During one of his shows on NDTV, Sreenivasan Jain had claimed that terrorist Ishrat Jahan wanted to do a 'chota-mota' bomb blast.

“You are supposed to be unprejudiced,” investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala schools BJP-hater NDTV journalist Sreenivasan Jain

Without nothing left to say, Sreenivasan Jain laughed aloud and claimed, "I would love to think that I am unprejudiced."

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