Union Public Service Commission, UPSC has rejected claims made in a news report which stated that applicants appearing for Civil Services Prelims examination this year will have to get tested for COVID-19.
PIB was quick to reject his claims, which tweeted, “The photo is of a private Dreamliner model by Boeing 787 and not of PM's aircraft.”
The anticipation around CBSE results are at all-time high. Nearly 18 lakh students have appeared in class 10 CBSE board examinations.
According to the report, an employee named Walter Powell (alias) revealed that he has been peeing inside the beer tanks for the last 12 years.
A fake tweet was doing the rounds on social media in the name of Shah that read, "Fixed Line Broadband and Mobile Internet services to be snapped in the UT J&K and Ladakh from tonight."
We all know that their is tension on the border between China and India, and some people are engaged in spoiling the reputation of the PM Modi.
The same news was carried out by several other websites like- newstracklive.com, india.com, news4nation.com, Navodaya Times, krkboxoffice.com and verified YouTube channel Fact Diaries. India.com later altered its story into a fact-check.
'PIB Fact Check' is a verified handle on Twitter that continuously monitors trending messages on social media platforms and conducts a comprehensive review of its contents to bust fake news.
The announcement was welcomed by most people and now some of them have also claimed to have found a not-so-logical reason behind Modi’s ‘9 baje 9 minute’ request.