US should have its own ‘worldwide network’ to counter CNN’s unfair and false portrayal: President Donald Trump

US should have its own ‘worldwide network’ to counter CNN’s unfair and false portrayal: President Donald Trump

Moscow: US President Donald Trump fired a salvo of criticism at CNN saying, ‘The CNN news channel is projecting the wrong and inappropriate image of the United States, all over the world. The United States needs an independent worldwide network to counter it.’ Therefore, it indicates an official US channel launching very soon. President Trump […]

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‘Who do you think ‘owns’ the ‘media’?’ Entrepreneur Elon Musk’s question sparks off a Twitter War

‘Who do you think ‘owns’ the ‘media’?’ Entrepreneur Elon Musk’s question sparks off a Twitter War

Washington: The Tesla Motors and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk created a sensation with his question, ‘Who do you think owns the (international) press?’. All kinds of reactions are being received on this question asked in a tweet by Musk. He is being criticised of targeting the Jews as most of the media houses are owned […]

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Turkey orders arrest of 47 journalists

Turkey orders arrest of 47 journalists

The initial purge after the failed coup in Turkey resulted in the detention of thousands from the police force and the military. Expanding the purge, Turkey has by now suspended, detained or placed under investigation more than 60,000 soldiers, judges, teachers, journalists and others. The attempted coup on 15th-16th July was staged by a faction […]

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On expelling of Chinese journos, China’s Global Times warns India of dire consequences

On expelling of Chinese journos, China’s Global Times warns India of dire consequences

Beijing : India expelled 3 senior Chinese journalists employed at ‘Xinhua News Agency,’ by refusing to renew their work visas. The journalists have been ordered to leave the country by 31st July.  No official reason was given for the Indian government’s decision, but sources said the three were indulging in activities beyond their journalistic brief. […]

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