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Rahul Gandhi Fan page spreads fake news about hockey captain Manpreet Singh rejecting prize money for not revoking the farm laws
The Congress' fan page politicised India's sporting achievement and tried to create a wedge between PM Modi and Manpreet Singh.
Fact-check: Did PM Modi not speak to Olympic bronze medal winner Bajrang Punia because he supported ‘farmer protest’
Propagandists tried to spread fake news that PM Modi has not spoken to Olympian medallist Bajrang Punia because he had supported the so-called farmer agitation.
Has Modi Govt launched a scheme to increase representation of Madarsa Board students in Army? Fact Check
A WhatsApp forward claims that the NDA Government at the center has launched a scheme to induct Madarsa students into the Army.
Opposition politicians have been spreading the misinformation that the Modi government has 'sold' the Mumbai airport to Adani. In reality, Adani Group has acquired the management rights of the CSMIA from the GVK Group after due process.
Did Rahul Gandhi tweet about Indian men’s hockey team playing off against Indian women’s team at Olympics? Fact Check
A tweet related to Hockey allegedly posted by Rahul Gandhi is doing the rounds on the internet and people are wondering if it is real.
The order concerned the dismissal of Davinder Singh who was under suspension at the time for alleged links to terrorist groups.
The image was also shared by businesswoman Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, who owns a multi-million bio-pharma company.
The Print uses sero survey results to claim 92.65 crore Indians were infected with Covid-19: Here is why they are wrong
The Print didn't consider that sero survey included vaccinated people and healthcare workers, which resulted in skewed result
Wrong charts, cherry-picked data: The Hindu tries to claim Muslim population growth is same as Hindus using false analysis
The Hindu used one unit for 1% fertility rate in Hindus and 2% in Muslims to wrongly claim that population growth in both communities is same
Gita Press, the largest publisher of Hindu religious text books, is not closing down. in fact, they are doing very well and they do not need charity.