If anyone was looking for 'Godi media', look here, peacefully nestled in the lap of Yuvraj Rahul Gandhi.
‘They attacked a sovereign nation’: Australia refuses to buckle under pressure, says won’t change new legislation despite Facebook block
Australia's new law requiring social media giants to pay news outlets has triggered a war between Facebook and Australia
West Bengal: Jan Ki Baat team attacked for reporting on alleged irregularities in Mamata Banerjee’s Swasthya Sathi scheme
Speaking to OpIndia, Pradeep Bhandari said that reporters and data analysts of Jan Ki Baat - Aman Verma, Avik Bhattacharya and Kritarth were brutally attacked in Durgapur for exposing lapses in the 'Swasthya Sathi' scheme
Facebook banned linked to news sites on its portal in Australia after a law passed requiring it to pay news organisations for news shared on it
‘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
After UK bans Chinese state media, China retaliates by banning BBC for violating ‘true and impartial’ reporting guidelines
It is unclear how the ban would affect the BBC as it is not allowed to broadcast in mainland China or into Chinese homes.
ED raid at Newsclick's offices unearth foreign investments worth crores for unexplained purposes.
Abrahamic religions good, Pagan cultures bad: How liberal media is cheering Biden and Christian godmen taking over America
The other day, US President Joe Biden led his nation at the National Prayer Breakfast. He quoted extensively from the Bible
Abusive troll masquerading as journalist accuses BJP of ‘insulting’ its leaders because she doesn’t understand how Google translate works
Not just Swati Chaturvedi, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh too joined the imaginary controversy to drag in BJP MP Raksha Khadse.
It’s a classic case of projection. Liberals see their opponents as they themselves are. Fawning over their leaders in a way that would rival North Korean state television.