A rumour about a plane catching fire while in Sharjah’s airspace went viral on social media. Authorities in Sharjah today rubbished the rumours as baseless.
New Delhi, Jan 16: The alleged WhatsApp chats of Arnab Goswami, editor-in-chief of Republic TV with former CEO of Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC), which were leaked on social media, suggest that the controversial journalist was least stricken by the news of Pulwama attack which shook the entire conscience of the country, on February 2014.
New Delhi, Dec 20: At a time when at least 22 farmers have lost their lives and lakhs of farmers are camping in the deadly winter at various borders around Delhi, demanding the repeal of the contentious farm laws, PM Narendra Modi’s meeting with a delegation of farmers in Kutch, Gujarat dominated the headlines last week. Media reports said the prime minister met farmers (of his own choice) to...
New Delhi, Dec 9: India's health ministry rejected reports on Wednesday that the country's drugs regulator had declined emergency authorisation for the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine candidate and one developed locally by Bharat Biotech.
Mangaluru, Dec 5: City police chief Vikash Kumar Vikash has rubbished the media reports on arrest of suspect in connection with the provocative graffiti case.
New Delhi, Oct 8: Republic TV, headed by Arnab Goswami and two other channels are manipulating Television Rating Points (TRP) through bribing.
The Press Information Bureau (PIB) on Monday denied reports which claimed that another nation-wide lockdown will be imposed from September 25 and cinema halls will be re-opened from October 1. An order stating that National Disaster Management Authority and Planning Commission have "directed the Prime Minister Office" to impose a strict nationwide lockdown of 46 days from September 25, was doing...
Newsroom, Aug 17: A doctored image of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath sitting with a plate full of pork on his side is now going viral on social media platforms.
Newsroom, Aug 15: A one-and-a-half-year-old video has now started going viral on social media platforms with a claim that the King of Bahrain arrived in Dubai with his robot bodyguard.
A fake circular suggesting Saudi Arabia will resume international flights in October has been condemned as “completely baseless and fabricated” by the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA).