Founding editor of TheWire, Siddharth Varadarajan, his fictitious tales and agenda journalism: How he spun a yarn yet again
“I’m not easily given to pessimism” declared Siddharth Varadarajan this morning while doing, what he does best - manufacture an imagined story
Siddharth Varadarajan rants, repeats a probably fictitious sob story about a Hindu-Muslim couple he met in Italy: Here is the problem with it
Siddarth Varadarajan who is an American citizen and the editor and co-founder of The Wire made one such innovative attempt today, through a tweet thread.
‘Godhra carnage a lie, nobody saw anyone setting railway coach on fire,’ says Siddharth Varadarajan: Longstanding effort of the Left to blame Hindus
The Wire founder Siddharth Varadarajan insinuated that Godhra train burning was a conspiracy to target the Muslim community
Court orders The Wire to take down 14 articles against Bharat Biotech and Covaxin, not to publish any more defamatory reports
A court in Telangana has ordered The Wire to take down 14 articles it had published against Bharat Biotech
The Wire gives legitimacy to Islamist apologist by teaming up with Turkish propaganda website to further ‘Muslims unsafe in India’ narrative
The Wire decided to toe the line of an apologist of Islamist behaviour, who had recently even indulged in spreading Taliban propaganda only to make PM Modi, the BJP and its supporters in poor light and further the anti-Hindu rhetoric.
The Wire’s Siddharth Varadarajan has a meltdown after Telangana institute cancels sessions with him meant to ‘train officers’: What happened
After widespread outrage on Twitter, Siddharth Varadarajan confirmed that the event had been cancelled, however, he proceeded to have a meltdown
Telangana institute headed by CM KCR invites Wire’s Siddharth Varadarajan, who had sought US sanctions against India, to ‘train’ officers
An institute headed by the Telangana CM has invited Siddharth Varadarajan, who wanted the US to out sanctions on India, as one of its guest lecturers for training govt officers.
The Taxi Driver archetype: How intellectual yet idiots from the media fraternity have invented a new genre of anti-Hindutva fictional literature
The protagonist in these stories is usually a taxi driver and the narrator is usually an intellectual yet idiot (IYI) from the media.
Spinning fiction? Siddharth Varadarajan’s ‘Paris cafe’ claims on vaccine certificate don’t quite add up, what the authorities say
Whether Varadarajan was just spinning stories or indeed telling the truth is a not something we could fact-check till someone puts us in touch with that particular waiter from that cafe, here is what the French authorities say about vaccination certificates.
Who are the ‘Hindu IT Cell’ because of whom Rana Ayyub and her American friends are losing their cool
The conglomeration of liberal 'journalists' on social appear to have found their new enemy. It is the Hindu IT Cell.