Social media users shared old images from Northeast Delhi violence as the incident of violence in Bengaluru.
Here’s a quick round-up of all that misled the public this week.
We found out that the video is from Jaipur, Rajasthan and not Delhi as claimed.
Locals told The Quint that the said hoarding actually shows an advertisement of Bandhan Bank.
A post containing a fabricated quote of US VP Candidate Kamala Harris threatening Trump supporters went viral.
We found that this figure of 60,000 was a vastly exaggerated claim based on a sole witness account published by ANI.
Speaking to The Quint, IPS officer Vinay Tiwari categorically denied that he has been sent to the CBI on deputation.
This video shows a young volunteer who took part in the clinical trial for the vaccine in the country.
The video was shared by the temple’s Facebook page but nowhere mentioned that the visit was related to COVID.
This is an old image and shows a Guernsey marine ambulance.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has denied that the Giza Pyramids were lit to show support to Lebanon.
The video is from 2015 when an argument broke out between priests and government officials over a collection box.
We found that this is actually an old video of a mock funeral procession for Amit Shah held in Kolkata.
This is not actual video captured of the plane but a simulation of the last moments of its journey using real data.
The image is from Boris Johnson’s visit to the Hindu temple of Neasden in London in 2019.
This photo is actually the blueprint of a hospital in the USA and does not show ‘Babri Hospital'.
The man in the video is retired Vice Admiral Girish Luthra and not Air India pilot Deepak Sathe.
The message with the video claims that it is from Pipleshwar Mahadev Temple in Rajasthan’s Sirohi.
An old unrelated video from 2016 is being shared with a false claim to malign PETA.
While one video is old and does not show Bandra-Worli sea link, the other video, too, is not related to Mumbai.
One month on, the conspiracy theories around Sushant Singh Rajput’s death have refused to die down.
Trump’s self-congratulatory half-truths and misleading claims in the Axios interview caused an uproar worldwide.
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.