Afghan ambassador's daughter started going viral on social media. The woman seen in this picture has bruises and blood marks on her face. It is being said with the picture that the daughter of the Ambassador of Afghanistan was kidnapped from Islamabad and tortured after 6 hours
A news viral on social media with a claim that Edward Mordake a man born with a second face on the back of his head, Although he could not speak in full words, the second face was able to laugh, cry and make strange noises without Edward's control.
after the death of photojournalist Danish Siddiqui is going viral on social media, which claim that Danish Siddiqui sold images of mass funerals of COVID-19 victims in India to a foreign media outlet for profit.
A picture has gone viral on social media in which a man is seen sitting in a wheelchair, surrounded by some children and a woman. The picture is being depicted in such a way that it is from India and the children seen in it are of a man sitting in a wheelchair.
A couple of old images were shared on Social media, claiming that a woman was attacked by Samajwadi Party workers in 2016, incidents were from the time when the Samajwadi Party was in power in Uttar Pradesh and no action was taken.
A video shared on Social media suggesting that a man named Ajmal Khan had fallen in love with a Hindu woman in Rajasthan. He murdered the entire family for being rejected for getting married to Hindu women.
A viral claim says Google Pay is not a payment system operator hence not authorised by RBI. This is misleading. Gpay is a 3rd party operator legal in India, it is not required to be a payment system operator.
Yesterday Yogi in Kashi visit saw a child crying. He went to the child & asked the reason. The child said my parents died.I was staying with Mama, yesterday he also d!ed. Yogi Said “Beta from 2day I am ur Mama”
An image widely shared on social media showing players under age 16. In the image as mentioned, it tries to compare the basketball team player’s height from the USA to that of under 16 players from India.
NY Times Communications also took to Twitter to call out the fake story viral in the outlet’s name, “A false claim circulating in India related to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and The New York Times has been fact-checked; it is not true.”
The picture was taken in August 2015 in Punjab’s Patiala. Clashes had broken out when police tried to remove alleged encroachers on panchayat land. The image is not related to the ongoing farmers protest
Many types of messages keep going viral on social media. Now a new message is going viral on Facebook, WhatsApp, and Twitter. In this message, a claim is being made about ATM PIN.It says that before inserting the card in the ATM, press the cancel button twice. With this, your PIN will not be stolen