Ahead of Trump’s India visit, here’s a look at 10 instances when the US president was caught sharing disinformation.
The video is from November 2019 and was shot on the occasion of of Guru Nanak’s 550th birth anniversary.
Deepfake videos were circulated in 5,800 WhatsApp groups in Delhi-NCR, according to Vice.
A viral video is being shared to claim that Chinese citizens are converting to Islam to prevent coronavirus.
The Quint identified the student seen in the second photo as Mohammad Salman Khan.
The video is originally from Panchkula violence which broke out ahead of Ram Rahim’s conviction in 2017.
The Hathras Police found that the things lying on the ground are feathers of a rooster.
Only one AAP MLA has declared a case of rape against themselves in their affidavit, as per ADR.
News agency PTI was among the first to report on these alleged cases of coronavirus in Kolkata.
As per a report in Dawn, one of the women seen in the video has been identified as Haleema Bibi.
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As per France 24 Observer, a part of the video shows a man hit in a motorcycle accident, not killed by police.
The bill was introduced as a private member’s bill by Shiv Sena MP Anil Desai in the Rajya Sabha on 7 February.
While Khan had tweeted about the leads at noon, he had nowhere referred to Shaheen Bagh or Islam in his tweet.
Facebook said it also took down separate networks in Iran, Vietnam and Myanmar.
BJP’s Raj Kumar Bhatia lost with a margin of 1589 votes and Sat Prakash Rana lost with a margin of 753 votes.
The video is actually from Kolar in Karnataka and the incident took place on 1 February.
People of Wuhan were not screaming for help, rather were chanting patriotic songs to cheer each other up.
It’s unclear when the protesters will move from Shaheen Bagh, but as of today, they continue to raise their voice.
Old images are viral with a claim that Delhi people attacked Zee News office after being termed as traitors.
The video is from Bhubaneswar and it shows an eviction drive by the state municipal corporation.
Malviya has shared misinformation at various instances, but despite being called out, he continues to do so.
The video is actually from Rajasthan’s Udaipur and dates back to 2017.
A video of bats under roof tiling has been shared as being from China’s Hubei.
There have been claims that a data leak by website Tencent shows that deaths due to coronavirus have crossed 24,000.