Topic: Media

Shivam Vij’s flagrantly contradictory articles claim all possible outcomes of an event, maybe so he could later claim that he was right in 50% of the instances.
AAP's Sanjay Singh was reacting to a clip by Arnab where he was mocking the Opposition for their EVM drama
Latest updates and reactions: Who will win? What do the exit polls say? How is media reacting to exit polls?
The TMC has written to the Election Commission of India alleging that the PM's visit to Kedarnath and the media coverage of it is a 'gross violation of the model code of conduct'.
Shockingly, instead of condemning the intimidation and heckling of the journalists, some Twitter users supported the act and even stated that they should be beaten up.
Readers deserve better, not a gossip queen passing off figment of imagination as news
Three media houses have been sent show-cause notices yesterday by the poll body for publishing Exit Polls in a violation to Representation of the People Act.
A crime story is given a communal headline by IndiaTimes, giving a colour of hate crime to a road rage incident
One can almost see the colour leave Prannoy Roy's face and his usual studio glow disappearing into the Uttar Pradesh heat.
Indian Express has published a harrowing tale of how vindictive Rajiv Gandhi shot back at the paper after the story of his INS Viraat vacation was published
Congress leader Manish Tewari said that he has been the Union Information and Broadcasting Minister in the past and he knew for how much the conscience of journalists could be purchased.
A visibly livid Francesca took to Twitter to point out how Thapar lied blatantly to her
On Wednesday, The Wire published an article by Swati Chaturvedi that is riddled with exaggerations and staggering lies.
Digvijaya Singh even reportedly stopped Computer Baba from interacting with Times Now journalist
Shekhar Gupta's ThePrint gives space to Shahid Afridi's vitriol, chooses to publish portions of his book 'Game Changer' where he singles out Gautam Gambhir and indulges in personal attacks
After 2014 elections, efforts to resurrect his sorry career continued after every speech he gave in the parliament, after every odd election wins and after any success during news cycles.
The image of Cyclone Hudhud hit Visakhapatnam airport used as photo of Cyclone Fani hit Bhubaneshwar airport by Times of India
Rahul Gandhi has accepted that he has no idea where the Rs 30,000 crore figure he keeps throwing around as 'Rafale scam' has come from
Now, as if the India Today interview fiasco wasn't bad enough, another pliant journalist has got the "once in a lifetime" opportunity to interview Rahul Gandhi.
Priyanka Gandhi was in Amethi to address election rallies when she urged her supporters to heckle Rajdeep Sardesai as he tried to ask her why Amethi has shown no progress over the years.
TMC candidate Moon Moon Sen verbally attacks and threatens to break the camera of journalist for bringing the name of her opponent Babul Supriyo in front of her. 
Media outlet run by the Chief of the Editors Guild himself, The Print, hasn't found the time to highlight the matter of the journalists who were attacked yesterday and the violence in West Bengal
Pallavi Ghosh was told by a Congress leader that journalists are self-obsessed and that they don't matter.
This is about a larger problem of a certain caravan of ‘election astrologers’: journalists posing as ‘experts’, speaking with little regard for the truth and getting away with it
The fourth phases of Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal have been mired in controversy as sporadic instances of violence have been reported throughout the state
They ensure you remember “Hemant Karkare” because Pragya Sadhvi has taken his name—and never Tukaram Omble.
The media first put its eggs in the Rahul Gandhi basket, and when that appeared to have holes big enough to fit chickens, they decided to pin their hopes on Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.
NDTV has reported horribly against Narendra Modi right since 2002. But among all stark lies spread by NDTV, one which needs to be immediately exposed is this.
Journalist helps spread a rumor that booth number 151 in Kovalam, Kerala was taking votes only for 'Lotus'.
Today, the Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi was accused of sexual harassment by a former employee.

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