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A recap of claims around COVID vaccine and social media users linking a video from Jahangirpuri to the Loni assault.
A video is being shared to claim that a group of people beat up the men accused in the Loni assault case.
The article claiming that viagra-inoculated mosquitoes had escaped a Wuhan lab was published by a satirical website.
The man vandalised the Ain El Fouara statue in Setif city in Algeria in 2017.
While the Covaxin’s COVID-19 vaccine does use new born calf serum (NBCS), it is not present in the final product.
The clip of a ‘soldier saying goodbye’ to his family during war is actually from a 2015 short film called ‘Dialing’.
After the Rajasthan HC’s order on 28 May, the state started vaccinating all refugees, including Rohingya Muslims.
The 3D image of the Himalayas was created by Christoph Hormann.
“There are no ingredients in any COVID-19 vaccines that could be ‘magnetic’,” says immunologist Dr Satyajit Rath.
We found that the four viral images of PM Modi meeting different leaders were taken on four different days.
The image has been edited to add Sanjay Raut’s image from March 2020 where he could be seen playing a harmonium.
The video shows a demolition drive by Lakes & Waterways Development Authority to remove illegal construction.
Sarma pointed out that Muslim women need to adopt better family planning measures, but the data shows a discrepancy.
The video from Assam has been shared to falsely claim that ‘Bangladeshi Muslims’ are demanding their own state.
The accused driver was identified as Ishwar Dhruv, whereas owner of the tractor is one Sonu Yadav.
From an edited picture of a matrimonial ad to misinformation around COVID-19 testing kits.
The ABP news bulletin has been morphed to claim that Narottam Mishra has rebelled along with 30 MLAs.
The widely shared clip incorrectly identifies the man, who was an MP, as the Prime Minister of Azerbaijan.
PM Modi picked the 2014 data from NHFS and the latest from HMIS, which, experts say, is not reliable.
The picture went viral in 2016 as well with the same claim that the MLA’s car was displaying the flag of Pakistan.
The Iraqi man seen in the images indeed survived a bullet shot, however, the incident dates back to 2014.
Congress MP Shashi Tharoor also shared the matrimonial ad, asking if this is going to be the ‘new normal’.
We found that the video is an old one from 2019 from a day when CM Ashok Gehlot visited a mosque and a temple.