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USA Today, ‘fact-checker’ with Facebook, fails to ‘fact-check’ own content, removes 23 articles after their reporter fabricated sources: Details

After an internal investigation revealed that the writer who authored the items misattributed comments and, in some cases, faked interviews and sources, USA Today pulled 23 news stories from its website

As Rana Ayyub gets called out by netizens from Saudi Arabia, here is a list of lies, chicanery and biases of the Islamist propagandist

Yesterday, the controversial journalist Rana Ayyub came under attack on Twitter by Saudi Netizens after she posted a Tweet about Yemen

Do positive stories, get advertisement: Video shows Mamata Banerjee luring journalists with taxpayer money, asks them to send a copy of paper to DM

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was heard directing a journalist to fall in line in exchange for government advertisements.

‘Journalist’ with monster level IQ claims there’s an unofficial ‘internet ban’ in Srinagar while chatting on WhatsApp and tweeting

Social media users were quick to point out the contradictions in the Srinagar internet story of Adnan Bhat.

Media propaganda 101: How Times of India turned positive news about India’s vaccination drive into a gloom and doom headline

Calculating that 75% of adults will be fully vaccinated by year end, Times of India chose to highlight that 25% will remain unvaccinated

Bombay HC stays provisions of new IT Rules requiring digital media houses to follow Code of Ethics, refuses to stay other Rules

The Bombay High Court stayed Rules 9(1) and 9(3) of the new IT Rules that deal with adherence to Code of Ethics by digital media

Journalist deletes Facebook post maligning Champat Rai of Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, court warns journalist to be ‘careful in future’

Journalist Vineet Narain has now deleted a Facebook post where he had maligned the reputation of Champat Rai, VHP leader and the general secretary of Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust

The Print tries to malign scientist Govardhan Das based on anonymous comments on PubPeer: Here is what happened

The Print had conceded that critical comments against Govardhan Das on PubPeer were not proof of research fraud.

The Hindu’s claims about ‘minor faceoff’ with Chinese PLA in the Galwan Valley debunked by the Indian Army

"The article (by The Hindu ) seems to be inspired by sources who may be trying to derail the ongoing process for early resolution of issues in Eastern Ladakh," the Indian army emphasised.

Journalists told Maharashtra minister to slow down Covid testing because it was showing state in bad light: Watch what Minister Nawab Malik said

Nazab Malik claimed that journalists said rising Covid-19 cases were bringing ridicule for Maharashtra govt, and tests should be reduced to prevent this

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