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How ‘liberals’ twisted Union Govt’s statement to claim it is lying about lack of oxygen deaths during COVID-19 second wave

A host of left-leaning liberals misquoted the Union Govt's statement to claim it was denying deaths due to lack of oxygen.

Here is how the mainstream media amplified the lies of Akhilesh Yadav to claim that a cop assaulted a woman in Kanpur

Media spreads lie of Akhilesh Yadav who had claimed that a cop had attacked a woman, while the woman had attacked the cop

While Twitter has a policy of removing anti-vaccine tweets, its refusal to remove such posts by Congress leaders shows its bias in India

Even though Twitter has been prompt to remove anti-vaccine tweets, it still allows them when posted by Congress leaders in India

Why so-called ‘fact-checkers’ are a greater evil than random misinformation that they claim to fight

In his speech, the PM also took veiled jibes at a few CMs as well as loudmouthed opposition politicians with no skin in the game.

Harvard University and DW News had published lies and misinformation peddled by Licypriya Kangujam: Details

Harvard University and DW News had published the false claims made by Licypriya Kangujam without verifying them

Turkish govt-owned news portal publishes misleading photograph with Indian Covid stats

Photograph of Nepalese cremation ground passed as India's while publishing Covid-19 stats by Turkish News outlet TRT World

The Scroll publishes misleading headline to attack the UP govt for filing FIR in fake oxygen SOS case in Amethi

The concerned person had created sensation over a false emergency. The police served him a notice under section 41 of the CrPC and has let him go with a warning.

TMC, Kashmiri Journalist and propagandists found posting fake images and videos amidst Covid-19 crisis

TMC's campaign handle 'Banglar Gorbo Mamata' was found spreading deliberate lies and fake news during the Covid pandemic.

Columnist says Foreign Policy editors had forced him to write that the farm laws were “rammed through the Indian Parliament” by Modi govt

Columnist Salvatore Babones said that Foreign Policy Editors insisted on adding that the farm laws were rushed through the parliament

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