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Ministry of Home affairs has come out to rubbish the claims made by these leftist media portals
The entire nanny ecosystem jumped in to try and pacify the situation between the two warring children: Rahul Gandhi and Arvind Kejriwal
For every question which sick media asks of Modi and his government, there are ten questions which logically emerge against the Congress and its opponents
Several army veterans have refused signing any such letter about the politicisation of the Indian Army, say consent was never taken and brand it 'fake news'
Times of India journalist Piyush Rai has resorted to false propaganda to target the BJP by reporting that the 22-year old Meerut Law College student, Umam Khanam, was suspended after she refused to wear a BJP cap.
'One question that always used to bother me was will we ever held the media accountable for the chokehold they helped maintain on Indian Democracy?'
An interesting video has gone viral, in which senior journalist Ashok Shrivastav can be heard describing anecdotes, which explain the murkier relationship between the media and the past Congress government
Speculating why the opposition was getting so intimidated by just another movie, he said that "I don’t need to make Narendra Modi look like a hero. He is a hero".
In the Congress manifesto, in a very subtle manner, the party has made it clear that it tends to enforce a crackdown on media should it win the elections this year.
Rajdeep Sardesai, one of the leading faces of the left-leaning Lutyens cabal Media, has openly shown his disdain towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi ever since he was the Chief Minister of Gujarat.
In a hurry to mock Prime Minister Modi, the Congress journalist Mrinal Pande said that PM Modi instincts were to garner votes of the "Kinnars"-the transgender community.
'Neutral' journalist Supriya Shrinate, Executive Editor of ET Now, on Friday joined Congress party after the party leadership announced her candidacy for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections from Maharajaganj, Uttar Pradesh.
Indian Express has a massive interview of Union Minister Nitin Gadkari in its March 23, 2019 edition.
Punya Prasun Bajpai and his team of 25 had joined Surya Samachar last month
The Hindu, after getting caught for deliberately cropping off an internal note of the Ministry of Defense to do a hit job against the Narendra Modi government, the media organisation has yet again resorted to peddling half-truths
According to the National Criminal Bureau Record (NCRB) data, in 2015, the total road accidents in India accounted for 4,64,674 accidents which have resulted in 1,48,707 traffic-related deaths in India.
Sadhguru, who is often known for prudent and logical argumentation has suggested in a Times Now 'Frankly Speaking' interview, that the enemy within the country must be dealt with 100 per cent before seeking solutions to the existing problems
Congress President Rahul Gandhi had used the event of technical slag of Train-18 to target the NDA government and had mocked the Prime Minister Narendra Modi over reports of India’s fastest train, Vande Bharat Express suffering a breakdown.
Pulwama attack victims' mortal remains weren't even cold yet. The candles lit by the nation has not even been blown out by a sorrowful sigh of the nation, that the vultures started circling the remains
The veteran journalist who is currently running his own news portal in Hindi revealed that media coverage of the hijack incident created undue pressure on the central government and they had to accept the demands of the hijackers, which included the release of three terrorists.
Air Marshal Sinha has questioned the selective appearance of such dubious notes and has asserted that its singular aim is to malign the Rafale Deal
Air Marshal SBP Sinha, who headed the Indian Negotiation Team in Rafale deal said that said that defence ministry note was not about price
Vadra is alleged to be the actual owner of a posh London property brought through laundered money via a Dubai firm.
BJP says Congress tried to subvert the Indian Army by planting the fake 'coup' story
Congress party president's meal is now national news. What next?
India Today journalist later tried to defend herself by saying they were not Congress workers but the 'people of Prayagraj' and she was not feeding them words but was telling them what Rahul Gandhi had to say about it
The new News channel is reportedly expected to counter Arnab Goswami's Republic TV.
Only a few years ago, celebrity editors in Delhi would laugh off calls from common people to cover even the worst tragedies in the North East.
The SC today dismissed all the petitions over the Rafale deal.
The paeans being sung by the mainstream media that Imran Khan has taken a historic step in the Kartarpur issue is highly misplaced.

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