Fake news and Left bias: Essay by assessor is testament to not just her bias, but also that of IFCN and websites it certifies
Kanchan Kaur in the employee of IFCN (International Fact-Checking Network) who decides which website gets the IFCN certification in India and which portal does not.
IFCN accredited ‘fact-checker’ Boom Live peddles fake news about Justice Muralidhar’s alleged “overnight” transfer days after it was debunked
A week after fake news on Justice Muralidhar's transfer was debunked, IFCN accredited 'fact-checker' Boom Live spreads them
BoomLive wrongly ‘fact-checks’ OpIndia on ‘Hinduon se azaadi’ slogan video. Watch the Jamia Nagar protests where communal slogans were raised
BoomLive, a fact-checker empowered by Facebook, wrongly 'fact-checks' OpIndia on 'Hinduon se azaadi' video to indulge in propaganda
Destined to fail: BBC’s ‘Fake News’ research relied on sources with a political bias and one with a Congress connection
The BBC has been busy removing its Fake News research from its website, uploading it, then removing it again.
London: South Hall’s Havelock Road, named after British general who fought Sikhs, renamed as Guru Nanak Road
The name change of a part of Havelock road in London's Southall district will come into effect early in 2021
Yogi Adityanath to visit Maharashtra to attract investments to UP, Uddhav Thackeray says will not let anyone forcibly take away businesses
Yogi Adityanath will meet several industrialists and celebrities during his visit to Maharashtra to encourage them to invest in UP
Blocked roads, shut shops, water scarcity: Delhiites suffer due to farmer protests while the state govt welcomes the protesters
Several roads connecting Delhi with nearby states have been blocked by police due to farmer protests, increasing traffic on other ones
As Justin Trudeau interferes in India’s internal politics, ‘liberals’ invoke ‘Howdy, Trump’ event to again spread lies on PM Modi
Leftist liberals started hoping on one leg after some social media users slammed Justin Trudeau for interfering in India internal matters
Indian security forces entered 200 meters inside Pakistan to unearth starting point of the tunnel used by JeM terrorists
On November 22, a 150-meter tunnel used by terrorists was detected by security forces in Samba sector of Jammu and Kashmir
Indian man proposes to his Australian girlfriend during Ind vs Aus cricket match, here is what happened next
While India's performance has been below par, netizens found happiness in the unusual proposal that became the highlight of the match.
Shiv Sena to organise Azaan recitation competition, party leader calls it as important as ‘Maha Aarti’
Shiv Sena is to bear the cost of the event and will also reward the contest winners.
SFJ ads appear on YouTube offering $10m support for farmers, in return, wants Sikhs to join ‘Khalistan movement’: Details
Amid ongoing farmers’ protests in Punjab, Haryana, and Delhi, it is evident that Khalistani supporters have hijacked the protests and now, they are running ads on YouTube
Indian Idol contestant reveals how she faced opposition from conservative Muslim society as singing is ‘not allowed’
The Indian Idol contestant revealed how women in her society are looked down upon if they try to excel in any field.
Wife of late Wajid Khan writes on her sufferings in an inter-faith marriage, says anti-conversion law should be nationalised
Wife of late music composer Wajid Khan wrote how her husband and his family had been forcing her to convert to Islam after their marriage