June 19, 2024 05:39 (IST)
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Double standards: Unmasking western media’s bias against India

The recent slew of reports by American media outlets, notably the Washington Post and The Guardian, concerning alleged actions of the Indian government, has underscored a troubling trend in international journalism. With an “exclusive” report on an assassination plot on American soil purportedly linked to India during its national elections, questions arise not just about the timing of such revelations but also about the inherent biases they may reflect.

'They think they are political players in our elections': Jaishankar slams Western media's coverage of Indian democracy

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar came down heavily on the Western media over its coverage of Indian democracy, asserting that their disapproval arises from a misplaced sentiment that they are political players in our elections, media reports said.

Clouds on the Horizon: Why western media’s anti-India narrative threatens democracy

As India’s vibrant democracy gears up for its next general elections in 2024, a worrying trend is emerging: the rise of Western media narratives that paint a deeply negative picture of the nation.