The Twitter was abuzz with messages that the Janasena Party of actor-turned-politician Pawan Kalyan is giving away 1,000 Oneplus 6T phones, each at a cost of Rs.38,000. Here are some tweets captured by Digiteye India: It reads: “Pawan Kalyan’s Janasena is providing Rs.38,000-worth smartphone each to its social media team members free of cost. The total amount is Rs.3.8 crore. ...Read More »
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Kapil Sibal waiting Outside Supreme Court to urge the SC to Postpone #MallyaExtradition till after 2019 Lok Sabha polls, citing “huge political ramifications”#VijayMallya #ModiGetsMallya #mallyacomingback pic.twitter.com/hpj4u7B25f — President of Dracula’s (@PresidentDrMK) February 4, 2019 A surprising claim about Kapil Sibal went viral on social media on Thursday claiming that the Congress leader, who is also a lawyer, was representing Vijay ...Read More »
A video on Youtube was going viral on social media stating that there was a terrorist attack at the Tirumala-Tirupathi bypass road and that one person was killed and three were arrested. See the Youtube video headline: Here’s a twitter message that reiterated that one person died on spot while three others were arrested. See the message below: Near Tirumala ...Read More »
A message that surfaced on social media, two years after a similar event, made many people fall for it and rush to pay half penalty in Hyderabad for traffic violations. The message in WhatsApp claimed that the Hyderabad Traffic Police will reduce 50% of the challan or traffic violation penalty amount at a special Traffic Lok Adalat event to be ...Read More »
TDP among most corrupt parties? Familiar fake news hits social media ahead of Telangana elections 2018
Just five days before the elections for Telangana Assembly are to be held, a fake image has started appearing in social media targeted at Telangana voters. Based on a fake BBC website survey, it showed the Telugu Desam Party as the fourth most corrupt party in the world. A tweet by @TweetsBrock was among the first to push out this tweet ...Read More »
Pakistan has published 20 so-called commemorative stamps under caption ‘Atrocities in Indian-occupied Kashmir’, including a fake stamp that uses the photo of Kashmiri Pandits’ protest photo in Delhi that has nothing to do with the alleged atrocities. In a letter addressed to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, a Kashmiri Pandit group called ‘Roots in Kashmir’ (RIK) claimed that one ...Read More »