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media bias

Understanding issues around Fake News

There have been plenty of instances where the reportage by a media house turns out to be false or if the reportage is not false in its entirety but therein elements deliberately introduced to cater a narrative of the which media house try to propagate, the reporter reporting such news piece cannot be said to be a reporter rather can be said to as an opinion influencer.

Influence or ignorance?

Finding Bilkis Dadi in 100 influential people for 2020, I started my research on her and was astonished to see except for a convenient interview with Rana Ayyub, she literally has no idea what she is fighting for.

An open letter to the fellow countrymen why I chose to contribute to Opindia

I have decided to do extra work as well by contributing to OpIndia, I have donated to this website as well as I believe it does bring out bitter truths that are hidden and it is deemed as communal because certain media outlets and the western press as well cannot digest it

Media: A stain on democracy

if media houses (considered as fourth pillar of democracy) really want to help migrant workers they should have done that and this crisis was got resolved till now, but what they worried for is just only for their so-called "prime time show reports".

Truth through a reverse image search – Satire

Satirical way to show an information propaganda which works very powerfully, even today.

Which is more dangerous – Coronavirus or Communal virus?

A history of communal riots has taught little to revive comatose media which proliferates venomous rhetorics, polarizing and inflammatory agendas.

Tamilnadu media’s hate propaganda against NEET while they kept quiet for other suicides

The pathological hate which the leftist and Dravidianist ideologists have towards Modi government is to be seen as the reason behind the media outrage against NEET.

The Arun Shourie column – The real reason why Narendra Modi hates Karan Thapar

Modi is known to hold grudges for intellectuals. And Karan Thapar is the top intellectual.

The shadow politics of death threats to Indian journalists

All these sudden 'death threats' conveniently coming up before the run-up to the 2019 elections is eerily suspicious

The cycle of violence in Bengal and why it refuses to end

"The end comes soon. We hear drums, drums in the deep. They are coming."

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