M K Venu
50 left-liberals, ‘journalists’, actors, former judges and Urban Naxals come out in support of NewsClick over Chinese funding scandal
The Wire's Sidhharth Varadarajan, MK Venu, John Dayal, actor couple Naseeruddin Shah and Ratna Pathak Shah and others came in support of NewsClick.
Siddharth Varadarajan of The Wire, MK Venu, Swati Chaturvedi join hands with ‘independent media’ funded by western govts against Pegasus, NSO Group
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and two other journalists had filed a complaint with prosecutors in France against NSO Group.
Founding Editor of The Wire attends convention to fight ‘truthophobia’ organized by Indian Catholics Press Association
MK Venu attended the 25th National Convention of Christian Journalists organized by the Indian Catholic Press Association (ICPA) held at Don Bosco Centre, Okhla, Delhi on Saturday.
The Wire Founding-Editor has an insightful conversation about Delhi elections with a ‘former Delhi CM and Congress leader’: Here is the problem with that
The Wire MK Venu wrote about a conversation he had with a 'senior Congress leader and former Delhi CM'
Watch: ‘Hypothetical’ question to ANI Editor Smita Prakash at a lit fest leaves journalist Barkha Dutt uncomfortable
The ghosts of Niira Radia tapes which revealed nexus between journalists, politicians and media persons in 2010 come back to haunt Barkha Dutt.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a rally in Mathura remarked upon the blatant Hinduphobia that is rife in the Liberal world.
MK Venu calls ‘aggressive’ chants of ‘Jai Shri Ram’ provocative in The Wire, justifies Mamata Banerjee’s reign of violence
Propagandist MK Venu, in his recent article for The Wire, has defended, even justified, the great violence that Mamata Banerjee has unleashed in West Bengal in her bid to retain power in the state.
Liberalism is a mental disorder: M.K Venu proves it in his latest article about Pulwama attack for The Wire
Leftist propaganda outlet recently published an article about Pulwama attack by 'Eminent Intellectual' M.K. Venu which defies common sense and basic knowledge.
This is not the first time that The Wire has been sued
Sidharth Bhatia has neither refuted nor apologised on the allegations
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