‘Mischief managed’: After keeping him off-air for a month for spreading fake news, India Today brings back Rajdeep Sardesai
In January 2021, Sardesai was taken off-air by India Today group for 'two weeks' after he spread fake news about the death of rioter Navreet during the Republic Day riots.
The Supreme Court website was inadvertently updated to state that suo moto contempt of court proceedings were initiated against Rajdeep Sardesai.
SC takes suo motu cognisance, registers criminal contempt case against Rajdeep Sardesai: Read details
Supreme Court has taken suo motu cognisance and registered contempt case after Rajdeep Sardesai tweeted undermining judiciary
Shashi Tharoor, Rajdeep Sardesai, others move Supreme court after multiple FIRs are filed against them for peddling fake news
As per reports, they were booked for spreading the fake news that one protestor was shot dead by Delhi Police during the tractor rally on Republic Day.
‘He is a habitual offender’: The victim of fake sting operation has his say on the speculated resignation of Rajdeep Sardesai
Recently, Rajdeep Sardesai had peddled blatant lies over the death of a farmer during the tractor rally violence. He had also spread misinformation about Rashtrapati Bhavan over the Netaji portrait.
After UP and MP, Delhi Police files case against Shashi Tharoor, Rajdeep Sardesai for peddling fake news during Republic Day riots
During the Republic Day riots, one rioter Navreet had died after the tractor he was driving to break police barricades turned turtle. Tharoor and others tweeted that he died after Delhi Police shot at him.
The life and times of Rajdeep Sardesai: Multiple apologies, repeated ‘mistakes’ and dedicated propaganda, from Sohrabuddin to Coronavirus
Speculations are rife that Rajdeep Sardesai has resigned from India Today after he was taken off air for spreading fake news
Rashtrapati Bhavan pulls up Rajdeep Sardesai, India Today for Netaji portrait blunder, to review further engagements with media house
On January 23, 2021, the President of India unveiled a portrait of Netaji on his 125th birth anniversary. However, Sardesai, along with other prominent 'journalists' had asserted the portrait was of Prosenjit and not of Netaji.
Editors Guild of India whitewashes spreading fake news to incite riots, calls it basic principle of journalism: Details
Editors Guild of India condemned the FIRs against 'journalists' for sharing fake news during the Republic Day violence in Delhi.
Mamata Banerjee is ‘shocked’ after Rajdeep Sardesai faces flak for spreading fake news during Republic Day violence
Mamatas Banerjee tweeted today, "I am shocked at what is happening to senior journalist Rajdeep Sardesai"