The usual suspects fell for the parody account of news agency ANI just to hate on PM Modi.
Swati Chaturvedi has been accused of plagiarizing an article by Zia Haq, Associate Editor at Hindustan Times.
Liberals trend #NathuramGodse on Mahatma Gandhi death anniversary while condemning those trending Nathuram Godse
Abusive troll masquerading as a journalist Swati Chaturvedi, while trending #NathuramGodse said that those trending the same are 'perverts'
Abusive troll masquerading as journalist accuses BJP of ‘insulting’ its leaders because she doesn’t understand how Google translate works
Not just Swati Chaturvedi, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh too joined the imaginary controversy to drag in BJP MP Raksha Khadse.
‘Investigative journalist’ Swati Chaturvedi’s midnight ‘goggling’ is more humiliating than her conversations with ‘sources’
Swadi Chaturvedi was googling about Modi’s marriage at midnight. Read how she ended up humiliating herself
Swati Chaturvedi wants to sue Twitter user and send him to jail for exposing her history of manipulated media
Swati Chaturvedi wants to sue someone for pointing out she shared photoshopped image after having apologised for sharing the same photoshopped image.
Fight! Fight! Fight!!! Swati Chaturvedi attacks Rana Ayyub, this time asks her to stop plagiarising content. Read details
Swati Chaturvedi vs Rana Ayyub: Things escalated quickly and how
From ‘she is a small-time actress’ to ‘you are the biggest feminist’, defence pours in for Anurag Kashyap who is accused of sexual assault
Accusing Anurag Kashyap of sexual assault, actress Payal Ghosh stated, "I went to meet him and the next day when he took me to the other room, he opened his zip and tried to force his c**k (penis) inside my vagina by opening my Salwar Kameez.
Abusive troll masquerading as journalist Swati Chaturvedi spreads misinformation by sharing cropped image to further Congress agenda
Not only Swati Chaturvedi but mostly all leftists use carefully cropped or edited images, video to suit their agenda
Some ‘liberals’ who wanted ‘contempt of court’ proceedings against those they did not agree with, but are now defending Prashant Bhushan
The guilty verdict against Prashant Bhushan has, along expected lines, set the proverbial cat among the pigeons.