Don’t let ‘fact-checkers’ confuse you, here are some pictures they didn’t fact-check, and they show tragedy befallen due to Taliban
As chaos and panic grips Afghanistan following the Taliban takeover, we fact-check a few images that have come to describe the humanitarian crisis in the country
Ever Given: Ship that blocked Suez Canal has since been held by Canal authorities, they wanted 916 million dollars
After demanding 916 USD initially, the canal authorities had later lowered the demand amount to 550 million. A final settlement is expected to be reached soon.
The 400-metre (430-yard) long Ever Given was successfully re-floated at 4.30 am local time (0230 GMT) and was being secured, Inchcape, a global provider of marine services, said on Twitter.
Congress party struggles to cope with its financial crisis, sends SOS messages to the party’s strongholds to come to its rescue
For Congress party, which has lost political significance in almost all states, upcoming Assembly elections in 5 states are of prime concern
Bihar Assembly elections: NDA set to return to power as migrant workers may put their weight behind Modi
From migrant workers crisis to Citizenship Amendment Act - what will sway the Bihar elections
Maharashtra and Delhi governments not interested in implementing migrant workers welfare enactments: Supreme Court
The Court had acted on application of the NHRC highlighting that some states have not implemented migrant workers welfare enactments.
China's unilateral move in Ladakh triggered a new wave of hostilities with India, even as the country is beset with a host of domestic problems–Food crisis, devastating floods and bleeding banks
Amidst unprecedented economic and political crisis, Imran Khan supporters urge its citizens to buy 'Made in Pakistan' products
Mayawati blames Congress for migrant crisis, says the videos shared by the party is less empathy and more drama
Bahujan Samaj Party supremo and former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati today took to Twitter to call out Congress for its stand on the migrant crisis amid coronavirus outbreak.
Ultimately, we are all in this together: Psephologist Pradeep Bhandari talks about his month long ground reporting on coronavirus and migrant crisis
Psephologist Pradeep Bhandari traveled for over a month to understand and get to the bottom of the ground realities of the migrant crisis. In conversation with OpIndia, Bhandari talks about how the governments fared and what more they could do to mitigate the crisis.