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What do Mia Khalifa, Hindenburg and Greta Thunberg have in common? Is the opposition falling for a trap set up by anti-nationals to destroy the Indian economy? Is the Adani crisis over?

This week we look at all the crazy stuff we heard on TV news about the Hindenburg-Adani saga. Adani Group’s stock prices witnessed ups and downs this week. Meanwhile, Team Newsance is here with the downs and downs in the quality of journalism on many of our TV news channels.

Usual suspects like Amish Devgan and Sudhir Chaudhary jumped to defend Adani. Times Now Navbharat’s Sushant gave a challenge to Hindenburg Research firm that we’re sure is giving them sleepless nights. Meanwhile, we saw Arnab Goswami hedge his bets: he questioned Adani while the stocks were down, and declared the crisis was over as the stocks went down. Needless to say, the story isn’t over yet.



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