Propaganda by media
Scroll journalist mischievously shares misleading, old report to insinuate that union govt is funding a trial of using Gayatri Mantra to treat Covid-19
While AIIMS Rishikesh is testing using gayatri mantra along with usual treatment for Covid-19, fake news claims it as standalone treatment
As international media turns into vultures, MEA tells diplomats to not get overpowered by negative reports: Here is why he is right
S Jaishankar has spoken to diplomats to not get bogged down by negative reports in international media about India and COVID-19 and take charge.
TV actor Sushant Singh abuses mental health experts who wanted Covid patients not to be exposed to negative news
Television actor Sushant Singh on Wednesday abused the mental health experts who suggested that the media should have some restrain and focus on reporting facts instead of sensational and hysterical reportage.
How many European parliaments are discussing how to help India during the Covid-19 crisis like they supposedly did for “farmers” of Punjab?
From sitting on upturned dustbins to photo ops at crematorium grounds, Barkha Dutt gets questioned for her ‘vulture journalism’
While the situation on ground is indeed grim, people on social media have been calling out the dramatics by journalists who could have perhaps focused on the news instead of their brand building.
Let us get into the dirt and start pointing fingers, if that is what everyone wants. How did the second wave come to be?
After 2 long months, Washington Post retracts fake news about ‘find the fraud’ quote, Donald Trump calls calls it the ‘Georgia Hoax’
Attributing it to 'anonymous sources', Washington Post had claimed in January that Donald Trump had asked the top election investigator to 'find the fraud' and that she could be a 'national hero' if she did so.
If anyone was looking for 'Godi media', look here, peacefully nestled in the lap of Yuvraj Rahul Gandhi.
‘Warriors will destroy your kingdom’: UK fines Khalistani network that called for violence against India, showed flames superimposed on Red Fort
UK media watchdog imposed a fine of 50,000 pounds on a pro-Khalistan network - Khalsa Television Ltd or KTV for broadcasting terror content