The Kia Controversy is refusing to die down. With the State Governments and Kia management confirming that the industry is not going anywhere, everyone thought it will die down. But it is not the case, International News Agency, Reuters stood by its exclusive article once again.
Giving an indirect clarification, Reuters just changed the title of the article a bit. It has deleted the tweet with the old title name and posted the same article once again. However, Sakshi seems to have misread the entire situation and tweeted saying that Reuters withdrew its story.
Buzz is that the Government is evaluating the options to go legal on Reuters. But then, it is not easy since it is an international agency. Reuters refusing to take down the story is creating doubts in the minds of the people that something is going wrong behind the scenes.
So, the Government is keen on doing something about it. Meanwhile, there is so much bad press about the State Government which is sending bad signals to the investors, the government feels. There are already challenges from Regional media and this coming from National and International media is something unexpected. This is happening despite having a costly and robust mechanism to handle the media from the YSR Congress side as well as the Government. But going legal would only increase the enemies and make things worse.Don't MissHuge Security Concern as YSRCP Tries to Block Naidu in Vizag AirportRuling YSR Congress Party seems to be doing all that it can to showcase Chandrababu...Don't MissPrabhas’s Unpredictability And Parallel With PK To End Number 1 DebateOnly yesterday we were talking about the headaches for top stars (Check here) due to...Don't MissBJP Will Now Need TRS and YSR Congress More Than EverElections for 55 Seats of Rajya Sabha will take place on March 26th and the...Don't MissShraddha Kapoor Sizzling StillsShraddha Kapoor Sizzling StillsDon't MissView: 'Never Before' Headache for Top Stars!As soon as the buzz regarding Superstar Mahesh Babu’s next with Vamshi Paidipally being put...