Some expected headlines if Ravish Kumar or Prannoy Roy were investigated, much less kicked with boots, choked, tortured by police like Arnab Goswami
Arnab Goswami was assaulted by the Mumbai Police and yet, the silence of the mainstream media is deafening.
No ‘witty’ headline on first page: Scared of Mamata Banerjee, Telegraph ignores police brutality on BJP workers during protests
The BJP protest and police crackdown on it was carried on sixth page of Telegraph, with first devoted to article on cotton and silk sarees
Netflix's Cuties has been slammed by people across the board for the sexualisation of children but the media has continued to defend it.
In a bid to prove that Central government ban on Chinese apps like TikTok was a bad decision, Kolkata based leftist portal 'The Telegraph' today reported a satirical tweet as real.
Ambedkarnagar Police busts fake news spread by UP Congress, Samajwadi Party and others regarding death of young boy Rizwan amidst coronavirus lockdown
Ambedkarnagar Police has refuted claims made on social media that one Rizwan Ahmad died after being beaten by the Police.
How the Telegraph, Logical Indian and assorted propagandists blamed Hindus for a Muslim man refusing to eat food prepared by a Dalit
Seraj Ahmad refused to eat food cooked by a Dalit but for the Telegraph, Logical Indian, and other propagandists, Hindus are at fault
Press Council of India raps The Telegraph for comparing President Kovind to COVID-19, says ultra-left wing media violated journalistic norms
The Press Council of India has issued a showcase notice to the Bengal based ultra-left wing rag Telegraph for comparing President of India Ramnath Kovind with the deadly global pandemic COVID-19.
Bengal-based media house The Telegraph, in full display of casteism, has shown its hate for the Dalits.
Uttar Pradesh: Saadat madarsa children deny media reports of police assault, say they did not suffer from rectal bleeding
Media houses and propagandists join hands to allege that UP Police had assaulted minors from Saadat madarsa during anti-CAA riots
On 18th December, Delhi University professor Nandini Sundar tweeted about 'stun grenades' being used on students at AMU.