The arrest of a serial offender convicted for running a kidney racket is being shared with a false coronavirus spin.
The Quint reached out to Sheoran, who confirmed that none of these accounts belonged to her.
“Many diverse groups were working simultaneously. Some but not all of them were Muslim,” protesters told The Quint.
The victim was not a BJP MLA, but a complainant at the Munak Electricity Department in Karnal.
The Quint‘s WebQoof team had debunked at least 35 fake news stories in the months of August and September 2019.
We found three viral videos with misleading claims of the Rafale jet being refuelled mid-air en-route India.
The account has put out misleading posts demanding Justice for Sushant Singh Rajput.
WhatsApp is piloting a way to double check forwarded messages by tapping a magnifying glass icon in the chat.
Although the video was shot ahead the festival of Eid al-Adha, it’s from the city of Casablanca in Morocco.
The Times Square in US will showcase 3D images of Lord Ram and the Ram Temple at Ayodhya on 5 August.
The video shows a man tied to a tree, being made to drink something out of a bottle, while people surround him.
The video is from 2018 and shows Italy celebrating its Republic Day and not France’s farewell to Rafale.
The Quint’s WebQoof team has debunked at least seven fake news stories around the Ram Temple in just seven days.
A local reporter confirmed to The Quint that it is an old video, of Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple in Hyderabad.
The image shows the Boeing-787, also known as the ‘dreamliner’ and not Boeing-777, as claimed.
The person in the car alongside Aaditya Thackeray is not Rhea Chakraborty but actor Disha Patani.
This account does not belong to Macron and is actually a parody account with a history of changing its username.
The message begins by saying “Very important decision by Modi Government..New Education Policy 2020 is announced”.
The video, which amassed 14 million views within six hours, was live-streamed by conservative news outlet Breitbart.
Here’s a quick round-up of all that misled the public this week.
A 2014 animated video of a Jain temple has gone viral as the plan for the upcoming Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.
SHO Chanda told The Quint that it was a case of suicide and that there is no communal angle to the incident.
The video was falsely shared by Pakistani reporter Murtaza Ali Shah as belonging to India.
A study found that there is no evidence that any smartphone technology is accurate for the measuring oxygen level.
The video is actually from 2018 when a Pune-based group had gone to Spain for an International Folk Festival.