The Print is another mouthpiece of ultra left-left-islamic combine. It’s founder Shekhar Gupta is a well-known Indian journalist who was earlier with The Indian Express. The Print was launched on August 2017 and is supported by Printline Media Private limited. It is received grants from The Independent and Public Spirited Media Foundation (IPSMF). Alt News, The Wire and Scroll.in also have received grants from IPSMF. Just before it was launched The Print received an undisclosed sum of money from the following sources:
Infosys co-founders N.R. Narayana Murthy and Nandan Nilekani,
Biocon founder Kiran Mazumdar Shaw,
the Uday Kotak Family,
Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma,
Bengaluru-based tech entrepreneur Rajiv C. Mody,
chairman of LVMH Asia Ravi Thakran, and
IIFL founders Nirmal Jain, R. Venkatraman, Karan Bhagat and Yatin Shah.
The Print calls terrorist in Kashmir ‘militants’, a muslim when arrested for wrongdoing becomes ‘man’, Intelligence Bureau officer Ankit Sharma’s death was made to look less ‘gory’, did not give enough coverage for Hindu victims of anti-Hindu Delhi riots, same for loss of property of Hindus during the riots, gave a humane touch to the face Delhi riots calling him a ‘PBUG addict and tik-tok buff’.