When UK broadcaster found Arnab guilty of biased coverage, we informed India

Keeping an eye on the global media landscape, CrowdNewsing was the first organisation in India to access UK broadcaster Ofcom’s report where they slammed anchor Arnab Goswami and Times Now for their biased coverage of the Uri attack in 2016.
CrowdNewsing shared the findings of the report with other media organisation and within hours, the story started trending on so

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