Budweiser Fake News: Here’s the truth behind the viral claim of Budweiser employees pissing into beer tanks for the last 12 years
Rumours on the veteran singer’s health, citing that she has passed away, started doing rounds on social media. Here’s the truth!
Recently, one such rumour that surfaced on social media was about Sushant’s pet dog Fudge passing away. Here’s the truth!
Maviya tweeted about the picture when the violent clash between India-China was at the Galwan Valley in Eastern Ladakh.
A video shows gym equipment swinging on its own with police officials standing beside it and recording the ghostly activity. Here’s the truth!
A fake prescription form of Sir Gangaram Hospital is going viral on social media, in which many claims have been made about the coronavirus.
The screenshot also claims that air and train travel will once again take a halt.
A viral claim states Kolkata police issuing guidelines to be followed post lockdown. Here’s the truth!
A video was also shared on Facebook showing a car explosion with hand sanitizer as a cause of the explosion. Check it out!
A viral claim is doing rounds on social media which says that IIMC (Indian Institute of Mass Communication) has re-opened forms for PG Diploma in Urdu Journalism as the number of seats was not filled. Here’s the truth!
A claim is doing rounds on social media which states that labourers who have been working between 1990-2020 will get Rs 1.2 lakhs. Here’s the truth!
The DCP East Delhi dismissed the false claims and tweeted that “This is totally false. An old video is being used with a malicious intent to spread rumour. Please verify before posting and spreading rumours.”
However, when a fact-checking website checked, they found no unreleased film in the works about Tipu Sultan that starred Shah Rukh Khan
The same video was shared by Bharatiya Janata Party National Spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia. However, he did not mention any date.
According to the article, published by “News NT” website, Granato “died two days after the vaccine was administered”.
A copy of an order is doing rounds on social media which is issued by the Tourism Ministry which says that hotels and restaurants will remain closed till October 15. Here’s the truth!
Posting a photo of a woman, social media users are claiming that she died while being treated for coronavirus infection.
The news has been going viral on social media platforms since the coronavirus outbreak in January
In one of the case, a post has been doing rounds which says that a COVID-19 positive has been found in Bihar’s Purnia. Here’s the truth behind it!