It can be quite funny when photo captions get mixed up by mistake. Take the current front page of Moscow Times online version here
A soldier serving hot tea to participants of a rally organized by United Russia on Manezh Square on Saturday.
Must be the wrong demo, surely? So many to choose from these days.
And down below in the same article:
OMON riot police detaining an opposition demonstrator during an anti-government protest in Moscow on Saturday.
So OMON are already out, not just ordinary police.
The article also includes the following
A handful of protesters from the anti-Kremlin youth group My, or "We" in English, rallied outside the White House with blank signs and their mouths taped shut. Police detained all the participants.
So presumably My is a group counter-inspired (if you see what I mean) by the Kremlin-backed Youth Group Nashi (Ours).
Apparently the state TV is only covering the pro-Putin rallies, but I don't really suppose that fools people any more than in the days of Pravda (Truth). What's more important is what's happening on the internet and the mobile phone. More tricky to control those.