The Quint reached out to Prathap, who confirmed that he has not received any communication from the PMO.
Speaking to The Quint, Jianli Yang confirmed that he has not made any such statement.
The claim is misleading and the images used along with it are old with one dating back to 2015.
No such announcement has been made by the airlines.
Jyoti Kumari Paswan, rose to fame after she cycled 1200 km in seven days, with her ailing father on the back.
Bharat Biotech issued a clarification stating that the image shows a routine procedure of drawing a blood sample.
In reality, Lt General Aurora retired from the Army in 1973 and passed away in May, 2005, at the age of 89.
The person in the photo is BJP leader, area head of Kanpur-Bundelkhand of Bhartiya Janata Yuva Morcha, Vikas Dubey.
Here’s a quick round-up of the WhatsApp forwards and fake tweets that misled the public this week.
The video is from 2018 and it was not shot in India but Utah in United States.
The news is not true and it appeared on a satirical website called ‘Foolish Humour’.
These are actually Apache choppers belonging to the US military flying over a Lake Havasu in Arizona.
The incident is from 2017 when a couple from the Bhil (tribal) community were paraded naked in Rajasthan.
The claim that Nostradamus predicted COVID-19 finds no backing of experts of French philosophy and literature.
The images are from 2017 when Revathi cleared the Andhra Pradesh sub-inspector exams.
The truck accident happened in Russia’s Chelyabinsk and is now being shared in India as an accident in Mysore.
FM Manekshaw’s daughter Maja Daruwala confirmed to The Quint that Arya’s claim about her father’s pension was false.
Researchers found that if a message is considered persuasive, it doesn’t trigger doubt in the mind of the recipient.
The image is from 2016 when a Reuters photographer had captured a demonstrator during a protest in Chile’s Santiago.
The two-minute clip shows a mob vandalising equipment seen in the petrol pump, shouting and creating chaos.
The Quint found that this video is as old as 2016 and contrary to the claim, was shot in Malaysia.
Several news outlets claimed that the actor is now forced to sell vegetables to make ends meet.
There are multiple red flags which make it evident that the account in question is fake.
The move comes when advertisers have pulled their ads due to the platform’s inability in dealing with hate speech.
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