The case study being referred to was co-authored by UP government officials and does not make any such assertions.
A 2012 image of a Gujarat riots convict has been falsely linked to the NRC list in Assam.
There is no data or study to prove that onions can be used as therapy/cure for COVID-19.
The visuals show BAPS Swaminarayan temple in Atladara in Gujarat’s Vadodara being converted into a COVID facility.
We found that the video is from an unrelated case when one Neelu Mehta was stabbed to death in Delhi on 10 April.
These pictures were shared with ‘#BanRamzanGatherings’, which became one of the top trends on Twitter.
We spoke with pulmonologist and chest specialists who called this claim a myth.
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The image dates back to 2019 when the Telangana Police arrested five people for exchanging fake Rs 2000 notes.
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The Quint analysed the said video and we found that it was shot approximately 6 km away from the Har Ki Pauri Ghat.
The image is of the 2013 Kumbh Mela in Allahabad (now Prayagraj) and not of the ongoing festival in Haridwar.
The said video was staged by one Raghvendra Kumar to spread awareness on road safety.
We found that the politician in the viral video was Congress MLA Jagat Singh Negi from Himachal Pradesh.
The original image was taken during Shah’s door-to-door campaign in Bhabanipur.
We found that the video was actually form a 2019 incident that occurred at a polling station in Manipur.
We spoke to the cafe owner, one of the actors & Karnal police, who told us that the video wasn’t of a real incident.
After analysing the visuals, we found that the window of the car was broken by a stone thrown from outside.
The viral image is from Jharkhand when ASI SP Sharma who was on duty at a CISF camp was attacked by langurs.
The conspiracy theorists and COVID-19 deniers have found a new home in closed messaging services like Telegram.
The original Aaj Tak bulletin on PM Modi’s conference on rising COVID-19 cases has been edited.
The said video is at least 2 years old and has been in circulation since the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
We found the paper was a hypothesis by one doctor that had not been reviewed nor was backed with scientific proof.
The video shows behind the scenes footage of a Russian music video and is not related to deaths due to COVID-19.
However, the accused and the victim belong to the same community.