Can mustard oil cure the deadly coronavirus? Some messages doing the rounds on social media do claim so, but how true are they?
Delhi Police has refuted claims that a fine would be charged of those who violate the 'Janata Curfew' announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday, March 22.
Face masks don't guarantee a cent per cent guarantee of not being infected from coronavirus but...
Social media is abuzz with several claims on coronavirus. The latest claim sparking buzz among people is to avoid ice creams to prevent the deadly novel coronavirus.
It was reported that Ronaldo has transformed his chain of hotels into makeshift hospitals to fight against the global pandemic and bo charges will be taken from the patients.
Messages are being widely circulated on social media platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook and YouTube claiming that the RBI will discontinue ₹ 2,000 notes and issue new ₹ 1,000 notes. But, has RBI issued new Rs 1000 currency notes?
Can spraying alcohol help kill the deadly coronavirus? Rumour mills are abuzz with claims that alcohol could prevent the novel coronavirus infection that has claimed over 3,000 lives across the globe so far.
Several social media posts are doing the rounds claiming that a runny nose and sputum secretion are not symptoms of the novel coronavirus. The claim contradicts several health advisories issued by prominent and reliable health watchdogs.
US President has yet again claimed that he expects six to 10 million people to line up the streets of Ahmedabad. Only the total population of Ahmedabad is just over 5 million
A sensational video has hit the social media showing Donald Trump suggestively posing with bikini-clad women. Referring to the video, people are questioning as to why Prime Minister Narendra Modi is spending crores of rupees to welcome him.
US President Donald Trump is visiting Ahmedabad on February 24. As the day draws nearer, media is rife with news reports about a wall being built in the city to 'hide' slums from Donald Trump's eyes.
US President Donald Trump has stated that he is going to India to meet No 2 on Facebook Prime Minister Modi of India. However, the US President got it wrong as it is PM Modi who is number 1 on Facebook and Trump comes second.
Fact Check: Sambit Patra Shares Video Claiming Congress leader Naseem Khan
With coronavirus claiming multiple lives in China, there is rumor-mongering on the methods of prevention of the epidemic. A message going viral on social media claimed that doctors found garlic and the water it was boiled in, as a cure for coronavirus. It further went on to say that the disease will be treated overnight after consuming it. But before you believe it, here's a reality check.
If you have come across a controversial letter "addressed" by India's first Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Bipin Rawat, then you are completely mistaken. The letter carrying General Rawat's photograph and the Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) insignia is only to make you fall into the trap.
A message doing the rounds on social media urges people to not accept Rs 500 currency notes which have the green strip close to the image of Mahatma Gandhi. The message claimed that such notes were fake.
A video circulating on social media shows police shooting at people protesting against Citizenship Amendment Act in Assam.
Delhi Police has clarified that the cops were actually dousing the fire rather than igniting it, as is being claimed on social media
As protestors torched four public buses and two police vehicles in a clash with police in New Friends Colony near Jamia Millia Islamia during a demonstration against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act on Sunday, a viral video surfaced on social media allegedly showed law enforcement personnel emptying jars into a vandalised bus. The video was shared widely on various social media platforms. Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, referred to the video, to allege on Twitter, "BJP is setting fire in Delhi out of fear of defeat in elections. The AAP is against violence of any kind. This is cheap politics of BJP. In this video, see how the fire is being set under the protection of the police." The Delhi Police, however, issued a strong denial.
India TV reporter Pawan Nara on Monday visited the vandalised bus and tried to remove the cover over the viral video.
Will the government withdraw ₹ 2,000 notes? This is the most heard concern these days. Some messages are being widely circulated on social media platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook and YouTube claiming that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will discontinue ₹ 2,000 notes and issue new ₹ 1,000 notes.