How to spot a fake news

article The Times Of India article A fake news story in a newspaper is like a virus that can spread rapidly through social networks.

We have to identify these fake news stories.

What you need to know about fake news in India article How to detect a fake article on the Internet:  The most basic thing you need is to be aware of the fact that the article you are reading is fake.

The other key thing is to look for the text of the article, especially the titles and the body of the story.

This is how you can detect a real article.

Here are some examples of what to look out for in a fake story: 1.

The headline is not correct.

It is misleading.

A fake article might contain headlines like: “Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi is dead.

The Bihar Chief Minister is dead!”

2.

The article is written in a manner that it makes it difficult for readers to understand what is said.

A newspaper with a headline like “The Indian Air Force is a ‘terrorist’ and not a part of the Indian Air Forces” or a headline such as “Congress party leader Jitendra Singh is facing death threats” or similar headlines is a fake.

3.

The text of a story is not complete.

If you read the article and are not able to tell if the content is true or false, you are probably reading a fake or fake news.

The next step is to try and decipher the text.

A good way to do this is to search for the words that you think are related to the subject of the text (i.e. the words अंग्रगार् or अेट् मे मां), which are all part of English.

In other words, you should search for all the words in the article that could possibly be related to अाद् (अदिश अ), अ ती (स्), की ता (पर) or कि (तर), etc. 4.

The content of the content of articles, especially in the headline and body of a news article, is incorrect.

In the case of a fake, this is because the article was written in an overly simplified way.

It does not have enough information to explain how it came to be, or why the news was published.

The next step in the process is to seek out the sources for the information, either through Google, Wikipedia or other websites.

If it does not come to the conclusion that the information is fake, then it is time to delete the article.

5.

The wording of the title is misleading and does not provide a clear explanation.

For example, the headline says that the Prime Minister is not in charge of the railways.

What you need from a fake report: It is a very easy thing for a person to write a fake newspaper article.

There are many ways to write fake articles and many of them are easy for a young person to follow.

However, the main way for someone to write something fake is through an online portal like Google, Facebook, Twitter, etc. In fact, a fake piece of news article is actually easier to write than any other article on Facebook or any other website.

For instance, you can write a piece of fake news that is more or less like the fake news piece from the Times of Ireland, the fake article about a real news article that was published in The Hindu, or a piece about fake stories in other fake news pieces.

You need to take some of these steps to find a fake content article.

For most people, the process of identifying the content and the type of content is simple.

However for others, the details of the process will vary.

For the purpose of this article, let us look at the process in detail.1.

Check the headline.

There are many reasons why a headline should not be a fake and how it should be changed.

For this, a journalist might want to change the headline to something that is less provocative or even not true.

For instance, if a news story from a news portal is written by a journalist who is known for his provocative headlines, this might not be enough for a reader to detect the fake.

However if it is written and published by a news outlet that has a reputation of being very professional and honest, the article might not seem to be as sensational as a fake that is written from the point of view of someone who is well versed in journalism.

2.

Search for the title.

A headline should contain at least one word of truth in it, and a line of the headline should be long enough to show that the title of the piece is accurate.

The title should not read as if it was a headline that is a copy of