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Rahul Gandhi admits having ‘journalists’ on his side doing Congress’ bidding

Congress President admits having journalists on roll who could perhaps run errands on the party's behalf

Former Congress I&B minister Manish Tewari says he knows which journalist’s ‘zameer’ gets sold for how much

Congress leader Manish Tewari said that he has been the Union Information and Broadcasting Minister in the past and he knew for how much the conscience of journalists could be purchased.

Arnab Goswami buys back Asianet shares, transforms Republic Network with a landmark valuation of Rs 1,200 crores in just 2 years

As the Republic TV is on the verge of completing its 2 years, Managing Director and Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami has bought the minority shares held by Asianet Media Network

‘Bofors ka dalal kaun hai? Rajiv Gandhi,’ How the Opposition back in the late 80s chanted ‘Rajiv Gandhi Chor Hai’

Congress workers had abused and beaten up Sagar University journalism department head for a question asked in an examination

Sex and cheap thrills: When ‘The Print’ struggles, Shekhar Gupta pulls a ‘coup’ on journalistic integrity

Shekhar Gupta's 'The Print' has now come up with an article that is asking the readers a question 'if Narendra Modi is a sex symbol for village women?'

Invasion of the Sacred: If you embarrass your family on social media for being pro-Modi, you could be featured in next TOI story

Mainstream media journalists have fallen to reporting on personal squabbles within families with a political slant to peddle agenda

More stories about terrorist and his family than martyrs – what does it tell about the media?

The English language Indian media has focused more on ‘human stories’ about the terrorist than about the Pulwama martyrs.

Is the Odisha government trying to muzzle the media?

However, in the last 2 occasions in the case of Abhijit Iyer and OTV, the state assembly seems to move such motion, which is to be used rather judiciously, at its whims.

Cambridge distances itself from The Print report after OpIndia fact-check, The Print continues to obfuscate

Reacting to our report, CAIE said that they are aware of the inaccuracies in Shekhar Gupta led The Print article

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