In a rare gesture, PM Modi publicly praised Yogi Adityanath for a scheme amid the manufactured reports about rift between the two
Wife Pramila Dixit launches Rohit Sardana Foundation to support independent journalism: Here is how you can support the campaign
Pramila Dixit announced the decision to launch the Rohit Sardana Foundation in honour of the deceased journalist.
Many international media websites were down for about half an hour due in a major outage.
SMaRT, a collaboration of nationalistic media outlets to challenge the monopoly of left-liberal media, launches its website
SMaRT aims to support its members through various initiatives that can help the nationalistic media to challenge the mainstream media
During the second wave, did these columnists charge a “surge fee” to foreign newspapers? Or was it that so many people offered to write columns that their wages got depressed?
Delhi High Court refuses to entertain PIL seeking to stop ‘media trial’ of wrestler Sushil Kumar in murder case
The Delhi High Court said that a PIL can't be filed on behalf of wrester Sushil Kumar as he himself can approach the court
New York Times ‘COVID reporter’ wants the world to stop talking about the ‘lab leak theory’ because of its ‘racist roots’, retracts
New York Times 'COVID-19 reporter' took to Twitter to say that the world should not talk about the 'lab leak theory' as far as COVID is concerned because it has racist roots.
Times Group and The Wire’s editor spread misleading claims over FICCI letter to NDMA about ventilators: Here is what FICCI said
FICCI clarified they never suggested any negligence by the government in distribution of ventilators manufactured under PM CARES Fund
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.
Tragedy porn amid COVID-19 crisis: Photographs of funeral pyres from India selling for Rs. 23,000 each on stock image sites
Stock image site Getty Images is hosting dozens of photographs depicting Indian funeral pyres, selling them for up to Rs. 23,000