How The Hindu justified not publishing anything other than the Left agenda and chided a reader in the process
Reader gets chided for asking the Readers' Editor to ensure that The Hindu publishes the opinions from all sides and not restrict itself to “left-leaning commentators”.
Troubled media house NDTV loses another ‘star anchor’, Nidhi Razdan to quit the channel to join Harvard as Associate Professor
Nizdan Razdan announced that she is joining Harvard University’s Faculty of Arts & Sciences as Associate Professor after 21 years of working at NDTV.
Media claimed that Jyotiraditya Scindia, the former Congress leader who is now with the BJP, had removed his association with the BJP from his Twitter bio.
Rajdeep Sardesai discusses the success of ‘Bengaluru model’ in tackling coronavirus, asks whether the success was due to luck
Rajdeep Sardesai tried to discredit the BJP govt in Karnataka for containing Coronavirus by saying that luck helped the state
Nobody likes a rising global power and we must ask a simple question – Who benefits the most from tearing India’s image to pieces
India got more bad press last year than North Korea did. The words “Hindu” and “Nazi” were declared synonymous.
Woman raped by Moulvi Aslam, media gives it a ‘Hindu spin’ by using image of a saffron-clad Hindu priest and describing the perpetrator as...
A Muslim sorcerer claiming to relieve people of their miseries through his wizardry was depicted as a Hindu priest by media organisations
MSNBC reporter says Minneapolis protest against death of George Floyd ‘not unruly’ while standing in front of a burning building amidst riots
On May 25, a 46-year-old ‘black’ man, George Floyd was reportedly murdered by a white police officer, Derek Chauvin
The art of lying: How ThePrint spread fake news about who is paying for Shramik trains while reporting SC proceedings
Reportage of the SC case regarding the migrant labourers and Shramik trains only exposes how ThePrint focusses on spreading fake news
How mainstream media is failing India during a pandemic: Fake news and the migrant crisis amidst Coronavirus lockdown
These days, mainstream media has been complaining about how it’s being treated. One can make the argument that Indian journalism is dominated by mainstream media via print and broadcast.
The Hindu’s ‘Readers Editor’ rebuffs a reader’s genuine concern because he interrupted the paper’s anti-India propaganda: Read how
The current Readers Editor writes a weekly column that seldom addresses the concerns of the readers. His articles are a bore and have no relevance to the “terms of reference”.
“Opening doors and windows help virus escape”: West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee shares her wisdom on fighting Coronavirus
Responding to remands of air-conditioners from doctors, Mamata Banerjee advised them to keep doors and windows open
Bangladesh: Video of Muslims destroying fence of 200-year-old Hindu temple goes viral on social media
Hindus in Bangladesh claim that fence of 200 year old Shiva temple was destroyed by Muslims, video goes viral
From Vikas Dubey has reached Nepal to he may be encountered ‘because he knows dirty secrets’: Read how conspiracy theorists spun yarns
As Vikas Dubey was on the run, the journalists kept themselves busy conjuring up various conspiracy theories.
Watch: ‘Main Vikas Dubey hoon Kanpurwala,’ the gangster announces and gets a resounding Kanpur-style slap by police in return
Dubey was arrested by Ujjain Police from the Mahakal Temple premises on Thursday.
The notorious gangster was arrested by the Madhya Pradesh police after he had managed to escape after unleashing terror on the Uttar Pradesh policemen on July 2 late night killing eight policemen including a DSP.
Australian surfer Carmen Greentree abducted and raped for 2 months in a houseboat in Kashmir in 2004, pressurised to convert to Islam
Carmen Greentree has penned a book titled "A Dangerous Pursuit of Happiness" narrating her abduction and rape in Kashmir.
Only Muslims go to heaven, Ravish Kumar-like non-Muslims can only hope for a mild level of hell: Dr Zakir Naik explains
Naik said that virtues like honesty and charity cannot ensure qualifying marks for heaven or Jannah. Only Muslims can go to heaven and non-Muslims will go to hell by default, he says.
Payal Rohatgi’s Twitter account suspended, the actress says she is being targeted by ‘liberals and extremists’
Payal Rohatgi has stated that her efforts to share facts has been projected in a bad light by liberals and extremists who control Twitter.
The dark, disturbing world of mean and hateful ‘sly’ Bollywood insider gossip featuring Rajeev Masand, PinkVilla and others
Following Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide, prominent film journalists and critics were accused of writing vile 'blinds' aka unverified, vile gossip.