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I worry about Yogendra Yadav’s mental health and his The Print article on the 2021 Bengal elections proves I am not wrong

As BJP rises in Bengal, a panic attack was detailed in The Print, written by our very own Icchadhari protestor, Yogendra Yadav.

How new CCTV footage debunks The Print’s malicious narrative that tried to blame Rinku Sharma for his death

New CCTV footage has emerged that shows the brutal manner in which Rinku Sharma was murdered in Delhi.

From Delhi Riots to Rinku Sharma: How the media blames the victim every time the accused is from the minority community

The Print on Monday published a report that appeared to be an attempt to whitewash the murder of Rinku Sharma.

Shekhar Gupta’s The Print deletes report about YouTube taking down video that argued how George Soros anti-India fund benefits media outfits

The Print deleted report about YouTube taking video by String down, which exposed links between George Soros and media platforms

Russian Government metaphorically spanks Shekhar Gupta’s The Print for peddling fake news, advises editors to focus on facts, not flashy headlines

MFA, Russia said that The Print's "attempt to create a sensation from nothing failed and looked ludicrous and helpless."

Roasting Raghuram Rajan, talking about economic upswing, forced conversion to Islam and Christianity: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala bursts ‘liberal’ bubble

The big bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala was uninhibited his in his freewheeling interview with The Print founder Shekhar Gupta

Rahul Gandhi peddles The Print’s lies about India-Russia relations, gets ‘fact-checked’ by the Russian Embassy in India

Rahul Gandhi's attempt to mislead people on India-Russia annual summit caused another 'egg-on-the-face' moment for Congress.

The Print tries to brazen it out after quietly editing their report, gets called out again by IIT professor: Here is what happened

Prof. Agarwal accused the Print of misinterpreting the report by giving a spin to his original observation to imply that India had deliberately missed reporting cases.

The Print misquotes IIT professor just to propagate India bungled up in its response to Covid-19 and ‘underreported’ cases

IIT professor Manindra Agrawal said that The Print has misquoted him on Covid numbers and changed the direction of his conversation

Pakistani journalist reporting on atrocities against Hindus and other minorities declared ‘imaginary person’ by Mehr Tarar and others

Some Pakistani Twitter users even went on to claim that the lady journalist was actually Shekhar Gupta.

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