Scroll gives space to journalist who writes drivel for Pakistani papers to blame India for tensions between the two countries
Scroll has republished an article initially published on Pakistani media outlet Dawn where India was blamed for the tensions.
Deaths aboard Shramik Special trains not due to starvation: Railway Minister Piyush Goyal puts facts on record in parliament
The Railway minister’s forthcoming response on the nature of the death of these migrants on-board Shramik trains comes as an extremely important amidst all the misleading reports pushed by the left-wing media outlets in the last few months attributing the deaths of these people to hunger and starvation.
Times Now’s Rahul Shivshankar slams “Rajdeeps of Lutyens” after Scroll publishes an article against him for interrupting a panellist digressing from debate topic
Scroll had published a critical article against Rahul Shivshankar after he had interjected a panellists from speaking on economy while the debate was on SSR
Scroll spreads fake news claiming central govt’s health cards will collect ‘sensitive information’. Here are the facts
Scroll published a report claiming that the new unique Health ID which will be issued to citizens will collect and store sensitive information such as medical history, finances, genetics and even sex life.
Editors Guild slams UP police for filing FIR against Scroll journalist following a complaint by Dalit woman for publishing a fake report on her
The Editors Guild has hit out today at the Uttar Pradesh Police for registering an FIR against Scroll.in Executive Editor Supriya Sharma.
Varanasi: Dalit woman files FIR against Scroll journalist for falsely portraying her as starving and struggling for food
The woman has alleged that Scroll Journalist has made fun of her poverty and caste by writing such malicious claims about her which has hurt her mentally and damaged her reputation in society.
Scroll publishes misleading article claiming that Modi govt is actually charging extra for Shramik Special trains, here are the facts
Scroll publishes misleading article on Shramik Special Trains claiming they are costly and they take more time than regular trains
Post mortem reports prove that migrant workers did not die of starvation as claimed by sections of the media
Numerous media reports have claimed that migrant workers died due to hunger and starvation in Shramik Trains.
Food Corporation of India fact-checks Scroll, calls out its deliberately misleading report claiming 65 lakh tonnes food grains wasted amid lockdown
The FCI has slammed Scroll after the latter published a report claiming that India had let 65 lakh tonnes of grains go to waste.
Ajai Shukla, a known conspiracy theorist of the Congress era, brazened out to peddle the same misinformation to claim that Defence Minister Rajnath Singh publicly admitted that Chinese soldiers had crossed into India's side of the LAC in large numbers.