An image shared by PM Modi back in 2017 has been edited onto another image shared by Goswami, of a rally in 2020.
We found several red flags in the said Twitter profile to ascertain that it’s an imposter account.
Here’s a round-up of all that misled the public this week.
The said video could be traced back to the Jharkhand Assembly election held in 2019.
The only losing AAP candidate secured more than one-sixth of the total votes, thereby not losing his deposit.
India’s second education minister was Dr KL Shrimali – a Hindu – who held the post for two consecutive terms.
Social media users falsely alleged that Kangana Ranaut passed off an image from a recipe site as self-made food.
We found that the video, which dates back to 2018, is from Detroit, US.
Local reporters confirmed to The Quint that both the religious structures are located on two separate hillocks.
The image has been taken out of context, however in the video, the President can be seen walking on the red carpet.
We investigate how disinformation is being used by the BJP to push a narrative through a trending hashtag.
An image of a marble statue of PM Modi has been edited onto another image of a fountain in Faisalabad, Pakistan.
A study published in December 2020 revealed that COVID-19 fake news can lead to formation of false memories.
Social media users claimed that it shows Israeli forces attacking a mosque in Palestine over the sound of Azaan.
The dates and locations specified in the post exactly match the election schedule for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
The SHO at the Hussainganj Police Station confirmed that the constable’s name is Adesh Kumar.
Some Congress and Left functionaries shared the image with the same misleading claim.
We spoke to the journalist who had covered the incident in 2011 and he confirmed that the accused was not a Muslim.
This video of police lathi-charging those violating the lockdown in Maharashtra’s Amravati is from March 2020.
The CMO confirmed that there has been no announcement for closure of schools or colleges in Andhra Pradesh.
Among other things, it doesn’t mention states such as MP and Karnataka, ruled by BJP, and had price above Rs 90.
Several news reports had published articles about a brawl inside Turlock Gurudwara in California, USA.
Kapil Mishra has been a repeat fake news offender and we’ve debunked several of his claims around the Delhi riots.
Old video of a flyover collapse in Varanasi has resurfaced with a false claim that it is from Hyderabad.