How AltNews ‘fact-checked’ the pregnant elephant story to shield Muslim suspects, quietly changed copy but continued to peddle agenda
AltNews tried to 'fact-check' the brutal incident that resulted in the death of an elephant in Kerala with the aim to shield the Muslim suspects
While subtly peddling Islamic propaganda, AltNews keeps up the veneer of fact-checking to make their propaganda far more palatable to their already gullible readers.
Coronavirus: AltNews founder, Shekhar Gupta and others spread unverified claims by a fake twitter account
Self-proclaimed fact-checker AltNews founder Pratik Sinha and ThePrint chief Shekhar Gupta today retweeted a tweet from a fake account, thereby spreading misinformation to millions amidst coronavirus outbreak.
IFCN rejects Fact Hunt’s application based on their founders’ past tweets but overlooks open political prejudice of Altnews founders
The rejection of Fact Hunt’s application and acceptance of Altnews’s application despite its flagrant violations of IFCN policies reveals the dual standards espoused by the organisation
Amidst all the controversy, AltNews was engaged in a dedicated effort to shield the rioters at the Jamia Milia Islamia University.
“Media Houses that have amplified a report by so called ‘Fact-Checker’ AltNews may take note”: Prasar Bharti debunks fake narrative on JNU violence
AltNews co-founder Pratik Sinha caught sharing false narrative on JNU violence
From ridiculous conspiracy theories to incredulous lies: 12 lies spread by The New Yorker in its anti-Modi propaganda piece
Dexter Filkins' report for The New Yorker requires the reader to engage in a suspension of disbelief in an attempt to malign PM Modi
AltNews’ Pratik Sinha helps New Yorker water down Pulwama attack, cast aspersions that Balakot airstrike was fabricated
Dexter Filkins was assisted by none other than the founder of AltNews, Pratik Sinha, in his efforts to malign India.
Bombay HC and Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace: Another embarrassing chapter in the inglorious history of Indian mainstream media
As it turned out, the Bombay High Court judge was not referring to Leo Tolstoy's classic but an entirely different book.
The buzzwords for today's liberal meltdown appears to be 'vultures' and 'glee'.