From Grooming Jihad, Hathras case to exposing ‘drone boy’: Here are the top 10 articles of 2020 by OpIndia
These are the top 10 articles on OpIndia that you helped go viral and made them the most read this year.
Caravan Magazine asked us about our coverage on Wikipedia and its Left bias – Here is our detailed response
OpIndia coverage of Wikipedia lies started after Delhi Riots and Caravan Magazine, with its strong Left bias, is clearly not happy about it
OpIndia Vs Facebook: Reducing page reach from 20 lakhs to 2 lakhs, taking months to respond to emails
After sending 22 emails (yes, 22 emails), most of which were to remind that our previous mails were not addressed, they sent us some of our posts from December 2019 and told us that our page did not follow the image policy.
Wikipedia vs OpIndia: The crusade launched against OpIndia by Wiki, the left-bias and the players involved
This is a question that OpIndia has often been asked - why is the Wiki page of OpIndia so negative, and the answer is rather simple - We dared to take on the Leftists
That you have lost readership and your peers doubt you, is not our problem: Read our response to Swati Chaturvedi’s defamation notice
Recently, OpIndia.com got a legal notice from abusive media troll Swati Chaturvedi. At the onset, we would like to reiterate that such intimidatory tactics won't work with OpIndia.
OpIndia’s response to International Fact Checking Network’s rejection of its application for accreditation
OpIndia.com's rejection by IFCN further confirms that the organization of fact-checkers is merely another liberal echo-chamber. It also shows that IFCN is concerned less about the quality of fact-checking and more about the political inclinations of the applicant.
2018 has flashed past, and we at OpIndia fall short of words to thank you for your unconditional support
2018 was a remarkable year for the OpIndia team. We grew as a venture but the team also matured with a deep sense of duty.
OpIndia hitherto was part of the Swarajya magazine group, but now we start a new innings.
Not only Pratik Sinha wrongly accused OpIndia of spreading misinformation, he exposed another chink in the BBC's armour.
The BBC research on ‘fake news’ is shoddy, unethical, dishonest, and actually an example of fake news
BBC published a research paper on 'fake news' that itself can be termed as fake news
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