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Newsroom, Mar 12: Enraged by the detergent brand Surf Excel’s latest advertisement which promotes Hindu-Muslim communal amity, dozens of online Hindutva activists have mistakenly taken revenge against software giant Microsoft’s Excel.

The ad that promotes Surf Excel’s ‘Daag acche hai’ campaign has also divided social media. While some people are praising Surf Excel for the advertisement, the ad has...

New Delhi, Jan 18: Come January 26, new news television channels and a weekly newspaper will add to the ever growing list of players in the Indian media space.

Republic Bharat, a Hindi offering from Arnab Goswami's stable, will debut on Republic Day. Ahead of its launch, the channel has launched a new campaign ‘Poochta Hai Bharat', aimed at...

Newsroom, Dec 29: A pro-Sangh Parivar journalist, who had earned the wrath of Muslim community in Karnataka by making derogatory remarks against Prophet Muhammad, has tendered an apology publicly.

Ajit Hanumakkanavar, a Kannada journalist, who appears on Suvarna News Kannada TV channel, during a debate, had unwarrantedly hurled offensive remarks against whom Muslims believe the God’s final...

Newsroom, Nov 15: The mainstream media in Karnataka has once again toed the Sangh Parivar line and showed its unwavering loyalty and unconditional allegiance to the self-proclaimed saviours of Hindutva by unhesitatingly twisting the facts in the case of arrest of a Kannada journalist, who had allegedly made offensive remarks against Prophet Muhammad at an event in communally sensitive...

London, Nov 13: People in India share fake news stories with nationalistic messages for "nation-building" purposes without any attempt at fact-checking a report, according to a BBC research released on Monday.

The findings come from extensive research in India, Kenya, and Nigeria into the way ordinary citizens engage with and spread fake news, the British public broadcaster said....

New Delhi, Nov 13: Jack Dorsey, the CEO and co-founder of Twitter has said there has been no perfect solution to deal with the problem of “fake news” and “misinformation” on social media in the context of the upcoming general election.

Speaking at an event in IIT-Delhi, he likened the problem to that of security and said that even...

Newsroom, Aug 31: An extremely rare video of Indian and Pakistani soldiers dancing to Bollywood tunes has now gone viral on social media. Soldiers from both sides seem to be having a good time matching their steps to the Punjabi music.

The scene was captured on the sidelines of the recently-concluded mega anti-terror drill of the Beijing-based Shanghai Cooperation...

Newsroom, Aug 24: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a history of mispronouncing the names of great personalities. At least twice he had called the ‘father of the nation’ as Mohanlal Karamchand Gandhi instead of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Now, a popular television journalist of the country has sparked a controversy by giving a wrong name to Mahatma Gandhi.

In a...

Newsroom, Jun 25: Senior BJP leader and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj became the latest victim of hardline Hindutva troll brigade on social media platforms after she voiced support for an inter-faith couple from Uttar Pradesh that faced harassment by a passport official.

An upset minister “liked” numerous abusive and offensive tweets and wrote: "I was out of India...

It was neither a malapropism nor a Freudian slip-up. The Times of India’s headline screaming that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping will “mate” six times in 24 hours was mere a photoshopped version of a mischievous netizen – either an Indian or a Chinese citizen!

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