Saturday, March 2, 2024

Topic: Sudarshan News

Hate speech: Suresh Chavhanke posts cartoon depicting Muslims throwing stones at Chandrayaan 3

Suresh Chawhanke, the editor of Sudarshan News, known for his anti-Muslim remarks, posted a cartoon on X, previously known as Twitter, accusing Muslims of throwing stones at the recently launched Chandrayaan 3

Exposed Sudarshan TV’s fake news; UP court sends Mohammed Zubair to jail

A local court in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri on Monday sent Alt News co-founder and prominent Muslim journalist Mohammed Zubair to 14 days’ judicial custody in a case registered against him last year after he tweeted about Sudarshan TV’s fake news.

Tweet on iftar hosted by Army in J&K deleted after ‘criticism’ by hatemonger Suresh Chavhanke

The defence ministry’s public relations officer (PRO) in Jammu deleted the photographs of Indian Army’s iftar party in Jammu and Kashmir which was tweeted by Army's official handle, after the tweet came under attack from right-wing journalist and hatemonger Suresh Chavhanke.

Supreme Court dissatisfied with Delhi Police’s stand that ‘no hate speech at dharam sansad’

The Supreme Court on Friday expressed its dissatisfaction with the affidavit filed by Delhi Police which stated that the speeches made by right-wing journalist Suresh Chavhanke at the Hindu Yuva Vahini meet held in Delhi in December 2021 didn't amount to hate speech against any particular community.

Suresh Chavhanke’s oath “to kill for Hindu Rashtra”: Delhi court seeks action taken report

A Delhi Court on Wednesday sought an action taken report from the city police on a plea filed against right wing journalist Suresh Chavhanke for giving hate speech against Muslims and promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, at an event organized by Hindu Yuva Vahini in December last year.

Let this message go to media as well that any community shouldn’t become a target: SC on Sudarshan TV row

The Supreme Court on Friday questioned right-wing media Sudarshan TV over its 'UPSC Jihad' programme, which had claimed to be a big expose on the conspiracy by Muslims to infiltrate into government service, and said that any community should not become a target.