The image that is being claimed to be from the Samajwadi party-led government shows Bihar’s tableau from 2011.
We found that the Indian ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu was in attendance at Biden’s inauguration.
Clipped video was shared by many, including actor Kangana Ranaut, to claim that Delhi’s tableau only played azaan.
Visuals and reporters on the ground confirmed that the flags that were raised were not Khalistan ones.
The pilot will first be offered in the US, where users can write notes and provide informative context to a tweet.
A claim viral on the internet says that a person named Arbaz Khan was responsible for the death of the elephant.
The video is actually from 2018 and the incident took place in Ghaziabad’s Loni, not Bareilly as claimed.
From discrimination to violence, real danger of online hate against LGBTQ+ community lies in repercussions offline.
This was done after she refused to speak at Victoria Memorial when she was interrupted with ‘Jai Shri Ram’ chants.
We found that the tweet was posted by an imposter account and President Biden made no such comment about PM Modi.
We found that the video was actually an old one and was taken at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
Here’s a round-up of all that misled the public this week.
The photo of him in the viral image was from a speech he made on 30 October, before the farmers’ protest started.
The accident took place on Pune’s Warje Bridge on 5 December 2020.
A clipping has been edited to ascribe false quotes on Ram Mandir, Muslims and farmers to Amit Shah and PM Modi.
Donald Trump has left a letter for his successor Biden, but the text of that letter isn’t in the public domain yet.
The image showing a house put on fire that is used in the infographic is neither recent nor from West Bengal.
We found that the visuals are being falsely linked to the farmers’ protests and could be traced back to 13 December.
The murder actually took place in Hyderabad, where an AIMIM leader, Mohammed Khaleel, was hacked to death.
Social media ‘influencers’ affiliated to Inter Services Public Relations pushed the narrative, the report mentions.
The video is viral with the claim that it shows how a person is killing people to take out “vital organs.”
We couldn’t find an official order on the Ministry of Home Affairs website making the said announcement.
The said video is a one-off incident which took place in 2018 in Haryana’s Fatehabad district.
The Public Relations Officer of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams confirmed that the claim is false.
The concluding paragraph in the fact sheet itself says that “the virus’s origin remains uncertain”.