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NDTV peddles fake news about Rajasthan running out of Coronavirus vaccines: Here is the truth

While replying to the PIB tweet that called out their lie, NDTV said, "we reported the Rajasthan Health Minister's comment."

The Wire publishes fake news regarding new guidelines for digital media sites, gets fact-checked

The Wire falsely claimed that the ministry will select members for the self-regulating body of the digital media portals under the guidelines

Has the govt increased interest rate on Kisan Credit Card loan from 7% to 12%

The Press Information Bureau has 'fact-checked' the claims made by some media portals that interest on Kisan Credit Card loan has been increased.

Priyanka Gandhi had to remove a Facebook post spreading misinformation, but here’s how she can continue lying like her brother

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was forced to back-pedal on her attempt to fearmonger after Facebook flagged her tweet as "misleading" content.

Fact Check: Has the government sold the Indian Railways to Adani Group as alleged in a viral video? Read the truth here

Congress leader Hardik Patel had shared the misleading claims on Twitter. General Secretary Priyanka Vadra had shared the fake claims further.

Will UPI transaction be more expensive in 2021? Here are the facts

In a report, Amar Ujala had claimed that UPI transaction will get expensive from January 1 as the Union government has decided to charge more.

Union govt announces level playing field for digital media including PIB accreditation and other benefits, issues clarification on FDI policy in the sector

Personnel working in digital media outlets will be eligible for PIB accreditation, health benefits, concessional rail fare etc

Union govt says Business Standard report claiming retrenched workers will have to return reskilling fund if not reskilled is fake, rules not yet framed

Business Standard spreads fake news on Reskilling fund for retrenched workers as per Industrial Relations Code 2020

Fact-check: Is government giving free internet to students for online classes during coronavirus lockdown

A message has been circulating over the messaging apps and social media platforms that the government has decided to provide 10 GB of free internet to students so that they can attend online classes.

PIB fact-checks Hindustan Times: Report claimed an army soldier died due to injuries sustained in the Galwan clash

PIB debunked the claims made by the Hindustan Times connecting the death of Havaldar Bishan Singh to the injuries he sustained during Galwan stand-off

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