The controversy over a JNU event and its fallout has officially snowballed into the year's biggest political debate with politicians, historians, journalists, students, writers, universities, 'nationalists' and 'anti-nationals' jumping into it. In the midst of all this, a battle of words has begun between news channel Times Now and the news portal The Wire

All over the allegedly doctored video of JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar.

Here's a brief timeline of the events in this exchange of barbs between the two editors: 

In an earlier version of this article, Times Now was listed as one of the channels that broadcast the doctored tape of Kanhaiya Kumar. The channel’s head, Arnab Goswami has clarified that a BJP spokesman, Sambit Patra, sought to play the clip on his iPad during a debate but was not allowed to as the clip was not verified, and the clip was never played on the channel.
Source: b"A screengrab of the note published by 'Times Now' on February 19, 2016, accusing 'The Wire' of inaccurately reporting that the TV channel had aired a doctored video of Kanhaiya Kumar\xe2\x80\x99s speech."
Watch: The Newshour clip where BJP Spokesperson is told video put on Hindi channel had to be examined and could not be taken at face value.