The video is actually from 2019 of a military exercise in Russia’s Luzhki military range, not Iran’s border.
The woman was arrested for allegedly pouring soup on man’s head and biting his hand in Singapore’s Novena Square.
The incident is actually from Pakistan where a man who taught Quran in mosques was arrested for harassing a student.
The video is from Kuala Lumpur where a woman was assaulted inside a lift by a robber.
A fake account of Luv Sinha – the Congress candidate from Bankipur – is gaining traction on Twitter.
Human rights orgs have documented how governments are curbing free speech on the pretext of controlling fake news.
Syed Shaban Bukhari, vice Shahi Imam at Jama Masjid, said that no fatwa will be issued against the Tanishq ad.
An old image of Priyanka ringing a temple bell has been revived as a recent one of campaign for Bihar elections.
We found that the image is from 2017 when Ghosh was admitted at a private hospital with neurological complaints.
The couple in the viral video is actually of the same caste and religion, CSP Juni Indore Dishesh Agrawal confirmed.
Several accounts have revealed that the portrait has been on the wall in the university from 1938.
There is a common reliance on emotions while believing whether a piece of information is true or false.
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Bihar’s Minister of Urban Development shared a photo a Hyderabad flyover to show development in his constituency.
Here’s a quick round-up of all that misled the public this week.
Both candidates took on questions from voters and made several misleading statements. Here’s what they got wrong.
The inconsistencies in the tweet prove that it is edited and doesn’t show a real tweet posted by Vaidya.
The woman is Kiran Yadav, a popular social media user from Bihar who claims to be a social worker.
The original photograph was from December 2019, which was edited by several social media users.
The video is CCTV footage from Ecuador and was recorded in January when a former cop was shot to death in public.
No such video has been shared or found, and it is evident that the message is a hoax.
Both the videos in question are old and not from Hyderabad. While one is from Gujarat, other is from Mexico City.
“It does not have any micro-electronics in it, as a real chip does. At best, it’s a rectangular piece of cow dung.”
The image is actually from 2017 when a mob protesting the alleged rape of a teenager in Kanpur attacked cops.
The images show carvings of the holy city of Mecca designed by artists from Mahajati – a Singapore based company.