Bias in reporting?
With all due respect to Gulf News, I am sorry to say that recently, I have been noticing that there are many anti-India posts published through Gulf News’ Facebook account.
There are already a few Indian news agencies doing this, but it’s like dropping a hammer on your own foot. I have always looked up to Gulf News as a good institution. Please do your best to keep it up. All the best.
From Ms Preetu P.
Thank you for your feedback. Gulf News has always remained neutral in its stance and takes great care to report facts on the ground objectively. However, when this is done, it may hurt the preconceived notions or biases of some of our readers. This is purely unintentional.
Why is Gulf News insulting our leaders by making cartoons (“Imran’s best shot at power in Pakistan”, Gulf News, June 25)? Don’t sketch pictures of Imran Khan. He is bold, handsome and a smart man in the history of Pakistani men. Don’t humiliate our heroes.
From Mr Malik Kamran Aziz
Political cartoons and caricatures are an essential part of Opinion columns around the world. Gulf News is no exception. The illustrations that appear every day in these pages are not meant to denigrate any leader. It’s merely to enhance story-telling and reader experience. There has never been any intent to offend.
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