Meet Tahaffuz-E-Deen India YouTube channel, calls Khalistani terrorist ‘Hindu’, uses BBC’s misleading report against Kashmiri Pandits and more
Islamic channel Tahaffuz-E-Deen India spreads fake and misleading reports about Hindus. Uses false claims to spread misinformation.
Half-truths, false claims and lies: Rana Ayyub’s speech and interview at the IJF in Italy are the same as her book and articles
While being fully aware that the predominantly Western audience knew nothing about the internal affairs of India, Rana Ayyub used the platform to peddle misinformation and false narratives.
After ‘Ghost of Kyiv’ and ‘legendary sniper Wali’, lady sniper ‘Charcoal’ becomes the latest mythical hero for Ukraine
Ukrainian Army posted a series of images of a female sniper, "Charcoal", seen in camouflage, covering her face with a green mask.
Pakistan using Karnataka hijab row to spread misinformation and communal divide, created hundreds of fake Twitter accounts to push anti-India propaganda
Hundreds of fake Twitter accounts with the the name Muskan Khan was created in Pakistan to incite the hijab row
Congress propaganda on the burqa row gets support from Pakistan again, Shah Mahmood amplifies the misinformation spread by Priyanka Gandhi
Priyanka Gandhi had earlier conflated the Karnataka hijab row with women's rights issues, falsely insinuating that the hijab-clad girls are being denied their 'constitutional rights'. The reality is that the college administration in Udupi has been trying for weeks to convince the girls to follow the dress code and start attending classes.
‘There is more that can be done’: White House asks Spotify to take ‘further’ action against podcaster Joe Rogan
Joe Rogan had stated that young Americans were not at risk of contracting COVID-19 and therefore should not take vaccines.
Neil Young’s content removed from Spotify after he called on the streaming giant to choose between him and Joe Rogan: Details
Neil Young had asked Spotify to made the choice after an infectious disease expert on Joe Rogan's podcast had opposed to COVID-19 vaccines for children
Before NDTV journalist Vishnu Som rushes to cast aspersions on the shelf life extension to Covaxin, he should read his own channel’s report: Details
Vishnu Som had recently taken to Twitter to question the extension of shelf life granted to Bharat Biotech's Covaxin
‘Turkish Army enters Delhi’, ‘Indian soldiers forced to read Kalima’: The bizarre stuff that Pakistani YouTube channels were spreading
20 YouTube channels and 2 websites were found spreading misinformation, and Pakistani propaganda against India. GOI has blocked these websites and channels.
Daughter of Brigadier Lidder informs that she deactivated her account on her own accord, shuts down conspiracy theories of Liberal media
Opindia had earlier reported how an NDTV journalist by the name of Arvind Gunasekar was at the helm of peddling the fake news.