Topic: The Print

Yashwant Deshmukh of CVoter, putting the record straight said that CVoter has respected the Election Commission embargo and has not released any vote or seat numbers once the election process started.
Shekhar Gupta's 'The Print' has now come up with an article that is asking the readers a question 'if Narendra Modi is a sex symbol for village women?'
In most cases, commentators have tried to be factual and present as accurate an account of the aerial battle as possible. A noted exception has been an article carried in The Print and written no less by Shekhar Gupta.
The politicisation of the Armed Forces is a phrase being bandied about a lot in the recent past.
The article published by Yogendra Yadav in The Print can be viewed as an indirect recognition of Prime Minister Modi coming back to power so we must welcome it.
A quick round up of things that made it to news today.
Selected stories of the day for your evening reading.
The government has denied that it has received any IB report against universities selected for IoE status, as alleged by The Print report
It is indeed worrisome how big media like The Print, which is run by the Editors Guild chief Shekhar Gupta, no less and The Telegraph spread rumours and lies about the Polio vaccine
The Print published an alarming report saying that India doesn’t have polio vaccine for the next round of immunization, which turned out to be fake
Alok Verma had already submitted his response to CVC report on him, hence the select committee need not hear him
Shekhar Gupta led The Print has been known to spread several lies since its inception. This time they have decided to spread fake news about the Information and Broadcasting Ministry.
India is set to get its longest rail-road bridge today, NDTV finds an excuse of 'boatmen losing jobs' to belittle the achievement.
Not only is the media sowing seeds of divisions within the country, outlets like Shekhar Gupta's The Print are also providing a platform to Khalistanis to further their anti India agenda
Reacting to our report, CAIE said that they are aware of the inaccuracies in Shekhar Gupta led The Print article
The Print led by Shekhar Gupta has published an article based on a census report by Cambridge Assessment International Education with conclusions which appear completely made up
Sandeep Tamgadge, the chief investigating officer in the 2006 Tulsiram Prajapati encounter case, has named BJP president Amit Shah as “principal conspirators”
The article by Shivam Vij in question talks about an economic slowdown that is being projected for the year ahead.
The Print publishes two contradictory reports by the same journalist just to desperately trash the Statue of Unity with ridiculous arguments
Sardar wanted to create a strong and modern India, we’ve made considerable progress on that front so isn’t it time that we gave our unsung heroes their due?
Taslima lies about Hindu temples that don't allow women
Surely, we all must ponder who is being “unimaginative” here!
It makes for a catchy line to promote a TV show but it is far from the truth.
This is not the first time that the media has used a tragedy to further their sinister agenda
The Print's article is really a word salad and the author ends up talking a lot and saying very little.
In a Twitter thread, Mihir Shah calls out factual inaccuracies in Shekhar Gupta's column
This is not the first time ThePrint's ethics are questioned
The Asian Games of 1951 and 2018 were very different, comparing the two and projecting the success from a political perspective is unfair to the athletes and their hard work
About time the journalists understand the difference between institutes and startups incubated by them.
How about Pakistan handing over Hafeez Saeed and Lakhvi to India for their role in 26/11 and Masood Azhar for Parliament attack?

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