Kuber had made some controversial remarks about Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj, son of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in his book "Renaissance State: The Unwritten Story of the Making of Maharashtra".
‘Media orgs are like dogs snapping at heels of bullock cart’: Girish Kuber after Devendra Fadnavis accuses media of acting like power brokers
Devendra Fadnavis accused Loksatta and Express Group of relinquishing its legacy of being anti-establishment after Maha Vikas Aghadi government came to power in Maharashtra
Loksatta quietly edits its ‘fact-check’ on RSS Swayamsevak’s supreme sacrifice, claims the report was based on an unverified Tweet
Loksatta had also quoted the original Tweet from where it had picked up the story, that tweet has been deleted by the user now
Marathi channel Loksatta censured by Press Council of India for publishing a fake story about the Statue of Unity
PCI Inquiry Committee found that claims made by Loksatta were 'absolutely incorrect' and 'figment of imagination by the newspaper'.
Loksatta deletes its Twitter poll after people vote in favour of BJP’s demand to impose President rule in Maharashtra
Within 5 hours of the 24-hour Twitter poll, the LokSatta deleted its tweet after 51 per cent of voters voted in favour of the BJP's demand.
Plagiarism row: Social Media users expose Loksatta editor Girish Kuber for passing off a blog post by UK based economist as his editorial
Loksatta editor Girish Kuber copied UK PhD expert Andrew Lilico's blog post titled "A sense of proportion" and reproduced it in his Marathi editorial piece- 'Covidscope'
LokSatta and Karan Thapar scolded by Press Council of India for peddling fake news against the RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat
While Thapar maintained that his mistake of wrongly attributing quotes to Dr Mohan Bhagwat was bonafide, the PCI has taken a tough stand against Thapar.
Marathi newspaper claims RSS chief had justified murder for beef eating, retracts ‘in small font’ later
The apology appeared in small fonts which could be easily missed
The editorial for which a Marathi daily's editor had to apologize - Not Intolerance