Monday, January 18, 2021

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journalistic ethics

‘COVID, cancer or both’: Another ‘journalist’ previously associated with TOI, DNA found wishing death upon the Home Minister

Earlier an NRI 'journalist' had wished death upon HM Amit Shah by stating that his lipoma surgery transformed into a “full-blower cancer"

AAP cheerleader and NRI ‘Journalist’ of US-based news portal wishes cancer and death upon Home Minister Amit Shah

Spewing her inner vitriol against the Home Minister, Nadar said that his death that ought to be "celebrated in the larger interest of humanity."

Journalist-cum-troll Vidya Krishnan displays ignorance by mocking PM Modi with ‘mask tokenism’ jibe: Here is why she is wrong

Vidya Krishnan was schooled by netizens that even during video conference, PM Modi is surrounded by people, and that's why he was seen wearing a mask

Readers deserve better journalists, not the trolls-cum-gossipmongers who appear mentally unstable

Readers deserve better, not a gossip queen passing off figment of imagination as news

This is why Neena Gupta wants no one to wish Pritish Nandy even a Happy Birthday

Pritish Nandy 'stole' Masaba's birth certificate and printed in his magazine without Neena Gupta's permission

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.

Dear Gujarat Samachar editor, how do you live with yourself?

Gujarati daily Gujarat Samachar Newspaper's insensitive headline today over Pulwama attack has got readers upset

N Ram of The Hindu blatantly picks up the work of another journalist on Rafale to brand it an “exclusive”

N Ram of The Hindu has not only stolen another journalist's work on Rafale and called it his own, but he has also skewed his work to give it a narrative spin that suits him

Rajdeep says sorry for calling Parliament attack a ‘great day’, but then, it WAS a great day for vultures

A video went viral recently where Rajdeep Sardesai was heard calling Parliament Attack a 'good day' and he faced severe backlash for it

Viral video shows Rajdeep Sardesai admitting journalists are like vultures

Sardesai says how the exclusive story of parliament attack made the team forget the wine and kababs they were planning to picnic on.

Latest News

Pakistan claims India staged Pulwama attack after Mumbai Police leaks chat to embarrass Arnab, Republic hits back: Details

Pakistan has now issued a statement on the nonsensical controversy surrounding the private WhatsApp chats of Arnab Goswami

Fake letter on Delhi BJP’s letterhead circulated containing derogatory comments and inciting violence against protesting farmers

The fake letter from BJP leader Rajesh Bhatia contains derogatory remarks for farmers and incites BJP workers for violence against farmers

Shiv Sena to contest West Bengal Assembly elections

Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut today took to Twitter to announce that the party will contest upcoming elections in West Bengal.

Bihar: Transgenders to be recruited into police either through direct appointment or competitive exam, reservations to be provided

The Bihar Police will now recruit people from the transgender community into its ranks and provide them reservations.

‘Azadi’ slogans raised at Azad Maidan in Mumbai as thousands of Muslim protestors gathered to protest against farm laws

The protestors raised 'Azadi' slogans in support of the farmers at the 'Kissan Alliance Morcha' that was held at the Azad Maidan yesterday

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All you need to know about Jhanvi Kukreja murder case, the teenage girl who was brutally killed at a New Year party in Mumbai

Reports suggest that the injuries incurred by Jhanvi Kukreja were homicidal and not accidental

What the Nidhi-Harvard story reveals about our world: Get off your high horse, you are not that special, anyway

Liberal journalist, Nidhi Razdan, thought she had received an offer from Harvard University to become an Associate Professor of journalism.

Ravish Kumar apologises for spreading fake news about paddy procurement by govt after letter to NDTV by PIB: Here is what he said

After getting caught for peddling fake news about paddy procurement by govt, controversial NDTV news anchor Ravish Kumar has apologized

Condom over Shivling: Netizens slam actress Sayoni Ghosh for desecrating Hindu symbol, expose her dubious ‘account hacked’ claim

Saayoni Ghosh claimed that her account was hacked and she didn't posted the image in 2015, but netizens proved she is lying

British-Pakistani singer Zayn Malik says he loves India and fans can’t keep calm

Recently, Zayn Malik was heard singing Mohammad Rafi's Chaudavi Ka Chand in the track Tightrope.

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