Manisha Pande (@MnshaP )

Manisha Pande

Bio Some people do drugs, I watch Republic.

Anchor TV Newsance: bit.ly/TVNewsance
Journalist at @newslaundry. Previously with @dna & @BSindia.

Location New Delhi
Tweets 13,6K
Followers 24,0K
Following 1,9K
Account created 14-01-2013 12:52:40
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Android : "Though #ShahFaesal has reportedly been detained under the Public Safety Act, many believe it’s a pre-planned bid by the Indian establishment to build him up as a hero in this political vacuum."
This what you call a dispatch. By Praveen Dhonti.

caravanmagazine.in/conflict/one-s…

Twitter Web App : Greater Kashmir journalist Irfan Amin Malik detained, his parents says they have not been informed why and that 10-15 men in uniform came at 11:30 pm to their house to take him to the local police station.

@sighayushs report: bit.ly/GreaterKashmir…

Android : Greater Kashmir journalist Irfan Amin Malik detained, his parents says they have not been informed why.

Ayush Tiwari speaks to the journalists family.
Read here: bit.ly/GreaterKashmir…

Android : Pakistan's media says it is banned from covering opposition politicians, their views, and dissent in general, on pain of vanishing off-air. For Al Jazeera English, I documented cases of censorship, how it happens, and how journalists are internalising red lines: aljazeera.com/indepth/featur…

Android : .Mumbai Mirror has added another 20,000 readers in the last one quarter as per the latest Indian Readership Survey. The newspaper now has a readership of 8.20 lakh, making it the 5th largest-read English language newspaper in the country
mumbaimirror.indiatimes.com/mumbai/other/t…

Android : Here TIMES NOW tries to fact check a meme by a parody account run by a bhakt. Ends the fact check declaring that twitter handle is run by Pakistani ISI handle. 🙆🙆🙆

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Android : A newsroom filled with ‘yes-people’ is a perfect recipe for bad journalism. This is true, very very true. Reporters and others in newsrooms have to tell their Editors or anyone senior -'stupid story'. Ragamalika writes thenewsminute.com/article/newsro…

Android : a bogus investigation, a complete police botch up. will the rajasthan cong govt act against those who messed the case up? in reality the govt is culpable as well twitter.com/thecaravanindi…

Android : Mihir Shah BBC uses India Administered Kashmir which is pretty neutral. I think there can be a valid critique on how they cover things, blindspots etc. But calling a video fake with no evidence was just silly.

Android : Wow, really good clickbait. Use a picture of Rekha and . Amitabh with this quote. Just that the article has nothing to do with either of them or even Bollywood for that matter. twitter.com/DailyO_/status…

Android : "Those who think BBC cannot make a mistake should have a healthy scepticism and those who think the govt of India can never tell a lie—I don’t even know what to say."

Abhinandan Sekhri on the #BBCFootage dispute.
newslaundry.com/2019/08/14/bbc…

Android : Ayush Tiwari What is clear in even this report is the sheer anger (hate) Kashmiris have for the Indian media. I don't blame them. But this makes life very difficult for those who have actually gone there to report and not act as PR agents for the govt.

newslaundry.com/2019/08/13/kas…

Android : “We have two enemies: the Modi government and the Indian media. One makes life hell for us, and the other comes here to say that everything is normal.”

A detailed #GroundReport from Kashmir by Ayush Tiwari on just how tough it is to report from the Valley.

newslaundry.com/2019/08/13/kas…

Android : Mihir Shah Sadanand Dhume Also, no proof so far these were unrelated videos. They could have shot for hours and reduced it to the 2-3 minute clip they put up. That's pretty standard. I would have liked more detailing on the timeline etc. But that doesn't make the story fake or motivated.

Android : Exclusive: More than 140 incidents of stone pelting have been reported in the Kashmir Valley in the past one week and 40 paramilitary personnel were injured, according to government data available with The Hindu. #kashmir
thehindu.com/news/national/…

Android : Mihir Shah Sadanand Dhume I didn't see that critique anywhere man or may be it was drowned in the #BBCfakenews hashtags. As I saw it, the point of contention was the authenticity of the video and how dare a foreign publication show India in bad light.