Topic: Media Lies List

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.
Did BJP's Kailash Vijayvargiya know about the amount in IT raids before the official disclosure made by CBDT?
Dainik Jagran's Vishvas News, which spread the misleading information, is part of Facebook's independent 'fact-checker' roster.
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
Rajdeep Sardesai, the "journalist" who had once said that the Parliament attack back in 2000 actually "excited him" took to Twitter to shamelessly twist PM Narendra Modi's statement.
In most cases, commentators have tried to be factual and present as accurate an account of the aerial battle as possible. A noted exception has been an article carried in The Print and written no less by Shekhar Gupta.
The 'bribegate' that Congress and The Caravan tried to cried falls flat on its face on several counts. 
The Caravan story alleging that BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa had paid crores to other BJP leaders was also picked up by the Congress party
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
A crew member of the film confirmed to OpIndia that no train coach was set on fire to recreate the Godhra carnage scene.
The article published by Yogendra Yadav in The Print can be viewed as an indirect recognition of Prime Minister Modi coming back to power so we must welcome it.
Other than Congress leader, the photoshopped image was shared by numerous other people, it was retweeted by propagandist Rohini Singh of The Wire and was also picked up Pakistani media
The website which was amongst the first to spread the fake news is run by a former SFI district secretary.
It appears even at a time when there are national security concerns, The Wire prioritizes prefers subjecting the Indian state to infringement of its sovereignty by international organizations rather than the welfare of its citizens.
He was earlier hand-picked by Aam Aadmi Party government for Delhi Dialogue Commission, but he soon turned against AAP.
CNN News 18 reported this morning that a Kashmiri family was not allowed to board a flight by Indigo Airlines on 'flimsy pretext' of their surname not being mentioned.
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.
All Assam based family members of Bhupen Hazarika has welcomed the decision to confer Bharat Ratna upon Dr Bhupen Hazarika.
Yesterday, media reports had also surfaced that Congress leaders had allegedly 'planted' the Army coup fake story back in 2012
FactChecker.in decided to 'fact-check' the Budget 2019 speech, and in the process, ended up spreading fake news themselves
The government has denied that it has received any IB report against universities selected for IoE status, as alleged by The Print report
It is indeed worrisome how big media like The Print, which is run by the Editors Guild chief Shekhar Gupta, no less and The Telegraph spread rumours and lies about the Polio vaccine
The media reports about the movie 'No fathers in Kashmir' meeting a roadblock with CBFC seems to be patently false
The Print published an alarming report saying that India doesn’t have polio vaccine for the next round of immunization, which turned out to be fake
A journalist with Navbharat Times, Damodar Vyas tweeted to Tajinder Bagga wondering how the Railway Ministry was serving food marked for 20th January on 19th January itself
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
Fake news: In the article titled, "How India Votes: The news media is helping BJP win elections – and the public does not mind", Scroll has used 'research' to make spectacular claims about PM Modi and BJP win, that is not evidenced at all by the research they have cited
The East Coast Railways Spokesperson has said that no trees were felled to make a temporary helipad for Prime Minister Modi in Odisha, only some shrubs and saplings were removed
Swati Chaturvedi, an abusive troll who masquerades as a journalist who is known to spread fake news, in an article for Gulf News claimed that Rahul Gandhi had finally shed his 'Pappu' image

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